StudentShare solutions
Triangle menu
A CURSORY JOURNEY: BEFORE
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic responses to each of the three ideas, content, and information (Six total responses). Definitions A thick response is a “responses that goes beyond the mere or bare reporting of an act (thin description... ), but describes and probes the intentions, motives, meanings, context, situations, and circumstances of action” (Glesne, 2006, p. 27), ideas, content or information. An efferent response is a response that “pays more attention to the cognitive, the referential, the factual, the analytic, the logical, the quantitative aspects of meaning” (Rosenblatt, 1994/2005, p. 12); and An aesthetic response is a...
Preview
Essay on 'psychical distance and 'significant form' in artwork (Bullough and Bell)
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic work or object. Significant form refers to significant associations between color, shapes, lines and other sensory elements. There have been a number of thinkers who have illustrated what they presume to be the adequate aesthetic reaction. While some of the thinkers’ views differed largely, there were also connections amongst them. Thinkers Bell and Bullough were among the most prominent philosophers who gave their views on the aesthetic response. While Bell and Bullough’s notion differed, connections could also be established...      Essay on 'psychical distance and 'significant form' in artwork (Bullough and Bell) Physical distance refers to the connection that an individual has with an...
Preview
Relativism vs. Objectivism in Aesthetic Evaluation
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic evaluation, it would be necessary to refer primarily to the key elements of the above two concepts. Then, their role in aesthetic evaluation would be made clear. It should be noted that the existing theory on relativism and objectivism, especially regarding the aesthetic evaluation, is based on different approaches, mostly because of the extensive use of these concepts in explaining the response of individuals to their external environment. It should be noted that the relevant views will be presented and analyzed, as possible, especially... ? Relativism vs. Objectivism in Aesthetic Evaluation The criteria on which personal views on objects or events are based are usually differentiated, being...
Preview
Visual Politics Writing Responses assignment
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic response and rhetoric response are different. Aesthetic response is designed towards providing visitors with pleasant sensory feelings, especially the visual aspects in terms of color, shape, design etc. But the rhetoric response tends to explore hidden meaning to the shape, color and environment. The difference between the two is important because aesthetic and rhetoric responses... Olson, Finnegan and Hope strongly assert that acts of remembering and memorializing are distinct in their features like rhetoric past and material practices. They ensure that memories of historically significant events and individuals are kept alive through visual rhetoric artefacts. The main purpose of the...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response to three articles The four articles feature contemporary artists and their styles. The artists are Diana Guerrero-Marcia and Morel Darrel. According to the articles, contemporary artists are now using the old art styles in their work. Formerly, old artistic styles were viewed as a taboo in the modern art world. However, currently the combinations of the old and modern styles seem to create new aesthetic styles. This is true because both male and female artists are now using some of the old art styles such as needlework which many artists especially males undermined. Needlework was not valued because many people viewed it at women work. However, Darrel uses it in the modern world... Task:...
Preview
Computational Aesthetics: Evaluation of Computer Ability to determine Human Aesthetic Reaction
32 pages (8000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response the product would get after the full launch. The reaction to any particular product is expressed in the form of emotions and computational aesthetics faces the challenge of subjective evaluation because the subjective reaction needs to be converted to objective computational terms to measure and understand the reaction. In traditional method of product evaluation, this was done by a small launch or what is known as ‘beta testing’ (Keller, 2002). Beta testing is the method that marketers use to gauge the opinion and feedback of the customers befoe going into the mass production stage. This is a useful way as it required... ?Computational Aesthetics: Evaluation of Computer Ability to determine...
Preview
Philosophy of Art Monroe Beardsley's Aesthetic Definition of Art
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response. Here he understands "establishment" above all as the placing (of something in a particular spot) and distinguishes the aesthetic placing or establishment of the earth as something self-secluding from the process of producing a "tool'. "Deweys' prime use of authentic experience is aimed not to distinguishing art from the rest of life, but rather... 05 October 2009 Philosophy of Art: Monroe Beardsley's "Aesthetic Definition of Art" In the article, "Aesthetic Definition of Art" Monroe Beardsley describes unique philosophy of art and its meaning for a modern man. Monroe Beardsley states that modern art has eschewed the representation of people, things, and events. Modern art does not offer us...
Preview
Video response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response: Running Fence al Affiliation Video Response: Running Fence What far reaching results did the Running Fence Project have on the local community? The Running Fence Project reportedly undertaken by Christo and Jean-Claude in 1976 apparently energized the local community in such a way that it enhanced the aesthetic value of the landscape where the running fence was installed (Running Fence Revisited, n.d.). As emphasized by Christo, the art was not the fence, per se; but the various interpretations of the viewers who could have seen and described the fence as a ribbon of light; or an artistic contour that effectively traced the...
Preview
Aesthetic Essay
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic Essay Introduction The essence of beauty has astounded and intrigued various aspects of human lives for centuries. Random House Dictionary(2009) defines beauty as “the quality present in a thing or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from sensory manifestations (as shape, color, sound, etc.), a meaningful design or pattern, or something else (as a personality in which high spiritual qualities are manifest).” Aesthetics, on the other hand, solicit diverse meanings, to wit: “the study of art and beauty” (Steinbauer 2006); “....""Aesthetics"" or esthetics is a branch of philosophy...
Preview
Aesthetic relativism versus aesthetic objectivism
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic Relativism versus Aesthetic Objectivism. The notion of anesthetic was introduced in the eighteenth century, and the term aesthetic has now become used to designate things like, kind of object, kind of experience, kind of judgment as well as a kind of value. In general, theories of aesthetic have divided over queries specific to forms of designations: whether works of arts are necessarily aesthetic objects and how to square the purportedly basis of judgments of aesthetic with the fact that reason is given in support. In addition, what is the best way to capture the elusive...
Preview
Aesthetic Perspectives
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic Perspectives This paper purports to discuss the aesthetic perspectives in art by comparing and contrasting two pairs of artwork. The first pair to be analyzed is the “Mystic Package” by Claudio Bravo and “Rabbit” by Jeff Koons. “Mystic Package” is a painting on paper by Claudio Bravo made in 1967 (Horsley, 2003). It is an artwork using the media chalk, conte crayon and ink on paper, and is an example of a Realist painting (Horsley, 2003). In fact, Bravo was touted as the greatest Latin American realist (Horsley, 2003). The painting depicts a paper package of considerable size wound around by wire, seemingly in order to keep it secure... ?Harris Kamran Visual Arts Exploratory Paper 5 April...
Preview
Reading response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response The article covers different issues regarding photography. There is also coverage of different views, arguments, and perception as photography is concerned. In the first section, there is a reflection on Robert Adams photography. Adam’s work is noted to focus on changes that occur in the landscape due to human activities. Hence, it is clear that such work helps society reflects on changes they are making to the landscape. In the other sections, there is a detailed analysis of Adams work. In one of the picture, his work is shown in giving understanding of the relationship between natural and human worlds. The picture helps in showing that both natural and human may have some... Reading Response ...
Preview
Reading response 7
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response Epstein is giving an analysis on his understanding on the emergence of punk rock in Korea. Punks musical form is violent and its stylistic aesthetic includes Mohawk hair, bondage gear, and safety pin earrings. Korean punk songs rarely invoke romantic motives. Punk dancing encourages physical release and full-body response to the music and generates bonds of solidarity among its participants. Epstein observes that recently punk rock has emerged in South Korea and other progressive artistic movements with little fanfare. He quotes that punk music in Korea, is not a threat to Korean society, but has a desire to proclaim a specifically Korean identity. Punk rock has grown among... Response Epstein...
Preview
Abstract aesthetic standards
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...AESTHETIC STANDARDS Overview of the ment There is an old saying that goes that, do not judge a book by its cover. It could perhaps be on the basis of this good old saying that George Orwell made his statement that “abstract aesthetic standards are all bunkum and… a book is only a “good” book if it preaches the right sermon” (Hooks, 2001). Clearly abstract aesthetic standards tend to take a more philosophical position on the value of a piece of written literature rather than paying much attention to the core message of the written literature, which is often hidden in the writings rather than the general perception of the work. In my...
Preview
Aesthetics Methodology:Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus
2 pages (500 words) , Download 0
Free
...Aesthetic Response One of the major sources of the aesthetics of Salvador Dali’s artwork is the effective use of warm color tones to depict the expression and feelings involved during the transformation of Narcissus. For example, the left part of the painting is slightly warmer and the color dies down towards the right side of the painting. Additionally, the chess board helps put a great tough to the artwork particularly because it helps draws the attention of the audience towards the background of the painting rather than just... ? Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Other (s) Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Pertinent Contextual Information...
Preview
Aesthetics Methodology
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic Response One of the major sources of the aesthetics of Salvador Dali’s artwork is the effective use of warm color tones to depict the expression and feelings involved during the transformation of Narcissus. For example, the left part of the painting is slightly warmer and the color dies down towards the right side of the painting. Additionally, the chess board helps put a great tough to the artwork particularly because it helps draws the attention of the audience towards the background of the painting rather than just... Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Other (s) Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Pertinent Contextual Information T...
Preview
Fashion Function & Aesthetic
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic Digital Technologies and Innovative Materials for Fashion Applications (Stella McCartney Case Study) ID No.: Introduction Clothing may have been a way of covering our bodies or a form of protection from weather but not anymore. Different stages in the development of human race have been marked with different ways of dressing. Even in today’s world as one progress in age, the choice of clothes he or she wears change. Even movement from one place to another seems to have a considerable influence to the choice of clothing one makes. It is evident then, that people’s way of dressing can be used define their personality, culture, belief, social status and so much more (Maeda... Fashion Function &...
Preview
Aesthetics and the Arts
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response to beauty exists in the structure of one's mind." Here we see two distinct different views of the meaning of art. Aesthetic Realism During a market day on April 26, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, the town of Guernica, with a population of about 7,000, saw the frightening speed and destruction of war when "Hitler supplied planes, tanks, technicians and the Condor Legion, an air force... Aesthetics Throughout the annuals of recorded history and given consideration of prehistoric artifacts (i.e., such as cave drawings and the implementation of primitive tools), aesthetics and the arts have played a major and prominent role in the development and cultivation of not only cultural ideas of...
Preview
Aesthetics
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response to beauty exists in the structure of one’s mind.” Here we see two distinct different views of the meaning of art. Aesthetic Realism During a market day on April 26, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, the town of Guernica, with a population of about 7,000, saw the frightening speed and destruction of war when “Hitler supplied planes, tanks, technicians and the Condor... Aesthetics Throughout the annuals of recorded history and given consideration of prehistoric artifacts (i.e., such as cave drawings and the implementation of primitive tools), aesthetics and the arts have played a major and prominent role in the development and cultivation of not only cultural ideas of fledging and developed...
Preview
Anthropology: Japanese Body Aesthetic
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic in regard to beauty and reflects the nature of individuality as it begins to separate from the importance of wisdom within a culture. Japanese Modern Culture and Beauty It is a fallacy to think that it has been the influence of Western culture that is responsible in the shifts of the perceived nature of beauty within the Japanese culture. Events that have taken place within... Beauty Up: Exploring Contemporary Japanese Body Aesthetics: The Normalcy of Cultural Change Introduction Through influences that include internal and external forces within and from outside of Japan, the aesthetics of beauty within the culture has been in a constant state of transition in which change has occurred. In...
Preview
Personal Aesthetic Preferences
18 pages (4500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic Preferences The three informants for this project were chosenfor their relevance in the following categories, all male, Caucasian, and had at one time or currently been in a steady relationship (more than 6 months) but would now consider themselves single. The age range from 22 to 41 may seem a little broad, but the events in their lives have the similarities. Having known the individuals I was able to select them more carefully and have a bit more rapport to begin with. This echoes the viewpoint of participant observation that Bronislaw Malinowski states is really the focus of modern anthropology. The filmmaker calls this a move... "from the armchair out on to the verandah."...
Preview
Eyck, Jan van The Arnolfini Portrait 1434; oil on oak
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic response, formal and historical theories, as discussed in Preble’s Artforms will be applied in this artwork. Aesthetic or functional theories of art are in many ways the most perceptive theories of art. At its base, the word ‘aesthetic’ is used to denote to a category of phenomenal occurrence and aesthetic explanations recognize artworks with artifacts projected to produce aesthetic experiences. Nature can be attractive and it can bring into being aesthetic experiences, but nature does not hold the function of bring into being those experiences. For such a function, an aim is essential... Eyck, Jan van The Arnolfini Portrait 1434 This paper discusses The Arnolfini Portrait painted by Jan van....
Preview
Chapter Four Reading Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response Question Reading the assignment was exciting, particularly, I learnt the following two interesting pieces of new information: the innermost value of monuments and arts as compared to the physical or aesthetic value and the historical origins of engineering expressions in relation to religion. Question 2: I responded positively to the Lion Capital Sarnath Uttah Pradesh India of the Maurya Period and Alexander the Great with Amun Horns. This is give that, they both signify the underlying power and devotion for a collective course, for example, Alexander fought for the conquest of Egypt whereas Ashoka fought for power and control in India in addition to devotion... Chapter four reading response...
Preview
Discuss ideas from Understanding Comics- What did you learned
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic response in them and enjoys being in the role of a clown rather than a troubleshooter hero. This clown often reveals profound truths, often in a satirical form. His messages are the true reflections of the goings on in the society, and he pictures them without malice to anyone, without fear or favor. The criticism is often enjoyed by the one against whom it is directed and the societal response to his actions is light-hearted. The comic demands less space but the ‘built-up’ area within it is massive. McCloud writes, “Space does for comics what time does for film!"(7) The word has a specific meaning, but the million... Visual Arts and Film Studies, Essay Topic: Discuss ideas from Understanding...
Preview
Choose one art piece , and a theory that can be related to that art piece and relate the theory and the art piece
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic response within the audience (Jahn 1). The Last Supper Retrieved November 27, 2014 from http://www.leonardoda-vinci.org/The-Last-Supper-1498.html The painting was done by Leonardo da Vinci in the period 1495-1498 and forms part of famous artworks in the world. Leonardo, an artist, engineer, scientist, humanist, author, inventor, and architect... Imitation Theory of Art Art refers to the medium by which human beings express emotions, ideas and intellect. It allows individuals to pass inner feelings as well as creativity to the world (Winona State U 1). Art is important in society since great cultures and civilizations attribute success to presence of advanced arts. There are many forms...
Preview
Analyse the development of the police/crime series in terms of a move toward a 'realist' aesthetic (in terms of form and theme)(you may identify some exeptions to this development)
16 pages (4000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...responsibilities, their mission and position at the local and national levels. The aesthetic norms of the police force and crime administration vary from country to country. So also, every country has external and internal police profiles. The symbols and general administrative cultures are also different. For example, the United... Realist2 Order 350473 Topic: analyze the development of the police/crime series in terms of a move toward a realist aesthetic (in terms of form and theme)(you may identify some exceptions to this development) The US prison system, to put it bluntly, is in doldrums. It is exacting an increasingly heavy toll, both in terms of human and financial. The United States has to...
Preview
Musical investigation of the Faahae Tabu using concepts of Music
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic response, the linguistic parallel to musical surface structure is still generally ignored. Models of transformational grammar tend to predominate when any comparison is made between music and language. For those whose main interest is theoretical (as traditionally defined), linguistic approaches which are based upon transformational grammar as applied to semantics are limited in their relevance to music. The reaction of many... Musical investigation of the Faahae Tabu using concepts of music (rhythm, duration, tonality,texture, melody, harmony, dynamics, instrumentation and expressive The relationship of music to language has been a topic of renewed debate in recent years. Many orientation...
Preview
Critical Analysis of the Documentary My Kid Could Paint That
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic response from the audience. Hence, in creating art, the artist does not only want to provoke or please audience but also want to communicate something and the artwork would not only be perceived by the senses (Hermanson, pp. 2-3). The criteria also include the quality of the work, which means that it should be closely associated with the idea of skill wherein there is technical competence as well as traditionally associated with the idea of beauty... Paint and Canvass is Not Art Introduction My Kid Could Paint That is a documentary film showed in 2007 which was written, produced, and directed by Amir Bar-Lev under the Passion Pictures and A&E Indie Films. The film is about Marla Olmstead, a...
Preview
Aesthetic Analysis of English Metaphors
8 pages (2000 words) , Download 1
...aesthetics of metaphor are usually not tangible. The cognitive processing that has researchers looking at figures of speech very closely... Metaphors and Similes Carry the Weight of Their World Metaphors and Similes carry much more meaning than the one or two words they employ. The is connected to the audience, and uses those symbols that will touch that audience the most deeply and carry the most meaning. It uses the cultural content within the imagery to communicate on a much deeper level than mere words. Kate Chopin was intimately familiar with her audience, and used metaphors and similes to imply character, and to govern the mood and emotional content of her stories. Chopin knew which images and...
Preview
Does the ever present popularity and cross over of 'ethnic crafts' and products signify a new aesthetic interchange or simply another form of cultural appropria
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetics and amplify appreciation or criticism through a contrived alienation of something utterly unfamiliar or full of newer imaginative possibilities. Say for instance the African Period of Picasso (between 1907-1909) when he was heavily influenced by African Sculptures that was also engendered by an interest... Cultural appropriation by the Western world of the styles and artefacts of other communities is not new. Infact, since the oldest times Western Art has tried to represent the voices of the other cultures through its own cultural narratives. The consequences may have been different in various cases, but it was for a common target: to induce greater variety or exoticism to the present idea of...
Preview
Two Works Response
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response What about these works \" captured \" your attention The field of contemporary art and culture has the emergence of Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein, who became influential figures in the field of arts. Andy, through his better imagery and art cultivated celebrity, he made his artwork one of the best. Andy’s artworks discussed in this paper is the Campbell soup cans alongside Roy’s pop style in cartoon imagery whose maturity came in 1963 with the release of drowning girl. The two were common to the people thus having an art concerning them could be of utmost interest to the people. Describe and analyze your selected works (using the terminology of visual... Insert Project about art two works...
Preview
Aesthetics: Using Aesthetigrams
11 pages (2750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Aesthetic Response. University of Illinois. Print. Part B – Expository/ Evocative Writing Entering the world of Gabriel Max artistry was a truly monumental experience. Perhaps such monumentality is precisely his intention, as his work ‘The Rise of Jairus’ Daughter’ is firmly rooted in a Baroque era that implemented broad ranging gestures as a means of artistic expression. In my initial impression of the work I was immediately drawn... Part A – Aesthetic Encounters The experience of encountering this specific painting was highly moving and inspirational. The work itself is Gabriel Max’s ‘The Raising of Jairus’ Daughter’. Max was a 19th century bohemian artist residing in Prague who completed this work...
Preview
Response
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response Introduction A response refers to the process of proving an answer to something the answer in this case, can be in form of words or in form of actions. This essay therefore, seeks to give a response to an article by Carr Nicholas. The Crisis In Higher Education. This is the title of the essay and the response is given in form of words. This is because it is written response giving a clear impression that it is not a response in form of action. In this response essay, I will give an answer to the writing strategy of the author, giving my own opinion of how his strategy is and the impact it has to the readers. The Crisis In Higher Education is an article pointing out on various... Lecturer’s...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response In response to the book “Enormous House in the Wilderness: Moratoriums on Building and Individual Irresponsibility" by Tracy Webster. The writing starts with Webster depicting hunting season where she resides. She clarifies how there are numerous creatures, for example, deer, elk, moose, bison, and joggers in the park where she stays. At times, the animals will wander outside the park center permitting the hunters to kill them. The farmers admire the hunters in light of the fact that the hunters shoot the buffalo before it can harm the farmers cattle and infecting it with brucellosis, a buffalo carrying sickness. Amusing enough there has never been a record of a buffalo infecting... Reading...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response as a discussion get straight to the point and make it your response short since im onlyordering page so divide both responds to equal one page ) 1. Human Development Report. What are the key indicators of well-being? Where is progress being made? Where are we losing ground?  According to United Nations Human Development Report 2011 the key indicators of well being are; 1.  Sustainability which means looking at a site’s natural land, water, and energy resources as integral aspects of the development. It integrates natural systems with human patterns and preserve continuity and uniqueness. 2.  Equity  which means equality between gender... ?Please reply to these 2 people posting write your...
Preview
Response
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response No The U.S. has a well-qualified workforce which can fill the jobs needed for high and medium technology production, which is how most manufactured goods are produced these days. There is also a long tradition of school and university education that values work experience as part of training, and this means that the companies do not need to spend so much time training their workforce in work skills to match their academic skills.There is also a large and relatively prosperous local market for most manufactured goods, which brings cash flow into the company. Ameirca also has a long tradition of exporting to other countries, and so there are opportunities for...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response The judge’s verdict was just with respect to Absalom. The law clear emphasizes on protection of people’s rights and punishing wrongs committed by individuals in the society. Absalom was part of an armed burglary, carrying a fully loaded gun with him when they break into their target place of robbery. The fact that Absalom carried a fully loaded gun is a clear indication of his intention to killing whoever stood on their way. On the other hand, the judge’s verdict was unjust with respect to the two friends of Absalom. While Absalom is found guilty, the judge declares Johannes Pafuri and Matthew Kumalo not guilty, when they probably took part in the burglary. There is clearly scanty... Response...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response The point of view that the uses is that of the first person, that is in the perspective of Katniss. However the also tells the story in a well-organized structure in which the story flows from one piece to another. The scenes are arranged organized in relation to one another to ensure that the reader’s attention is captured throughout the novel. The story begins with Katniss seeking Prim’s warmth only to find that she is absent since she had a bad dream because “this is the day of the reaping” (page 1, chapter 1). This sets the tone for the story to come. She goes ahead to introduce her role she plays in the family and reasons as to why she is the bread winner. Her description... response The...
Preview
Response
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response Paper While I was reading the required reading material for this I could not help but think back to the times when I was still in early education school and how the principal of my school was feared by the students because of the strict discipline that he made sure was followed on the school premises. He was the kind of person who was more like an office manager instead of an educator. That is why I am glad to read about the development of the skills of a school principal as an educator. I have always believed that the school principal is the most crucial component of the educational system and the way their responsibilities and training have...
Preview
Response
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response The news article, “Henan Delegates Protest Inequality in Admissions” by Chris Buckley is aboutthe education inequality faced by the province of China, Henan. Even in a system where higher education is allotted quota so that everyone has the equal opportunity to get into a good university, there seems to stem an inequality because government tends to focus more on the students who belong to the city and ignore those from the country side. The main comparison in the article is made of Henan to big cities like Beijing and Shanghai where the urban population is much developed and forward as compared to the countryside. In the university entry tests many students fail...
Preview
Response
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response to conflict. New understanding in early childhood education The first few years of a child’s development are a significant time for growth and development. During early childhood education, molding the personality of a child is easily achieved, as the child has not been socialized into a particular culture. However, children are competent beings who can understand and react to their surroundings; thus, children at this stage are vulnerable to the equation of unhealthy culture. Due to the competency of children in early childhood education, a new understanding is that a teacher is not able to give a child... Socialization Socialization is the process of disseminating and inheriting norms,...
Preview
Are there any reasons, beyond the purely aesthetic, for us to be interested in the sounds of animals
16 pages (4000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetics. There are also arguments by Rothenberg (2013) that opine humans got their notion of dance, rhythm... Animal Sounds Animal Sounds Introduction Vibrating objects produce sound by sending out energy waves that are altered by the solid, liquid or gaseous medium they go through. Such sound waves can be described by either their volume or pitch which, respectively, define how high or low the sound is and the intensity. Basically, sound is used by humans and animals for communication and can either be natural or unnatural. However, although one of the most widely used function of sound is entertainment, there are various other reasons people are interested in the sound of animals apart from pure...
Preview
Response
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response Paper History: Response Paper Introduction War, violence and conflicts are realities of the current world. Conflicts bring death and miseries. History of Japan revealed the country engaged in different wars. The country’s physical, spiritual and mental preparation for war was incredible. Response to Article 1 The cornerstone of Japan’s culture was Zen Buddhism that focused and emphasized in the reality of existence. The Samurai was cajoled into believing the philosophical teachings regarding the inevitability of death. They were mentally prepared to be ready for death anytime; to believe they are ‘already dead’ and the only mission they have is to at least die with their targets... History:...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...RESPONSE Natalie’s post on Theories of Work Motivation and Job Attitudes My response will offer and support an opinion in this post. With regards to a job attitude as a set of evaluations of ones job that constitute ones feelings toward, beliefs about, and attachment to ones job", I hold an additional opinion that the overall job attitude can also be conceptualized as effective job satisfaction by an individual that may constitute their general or even global personal feelings about the given job. Further, it could also be conceptualized as a composite of purposeful cognitive assessment of certain specific facets of the job which may include pay, work...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response Paper Science really did serve a vital part in the making of Battlestar Galactica (BSG). In the article entitled 3 Reasons Why Battlestar Galactica is the Best TV Show of All Time the author tries to explain to the readers how BSG applied science not as a mere façade, but as a major thematic element for creating most of the narratives of the different characters. The author skillfully applied physics to establish and highlight the dramatic and intense chances and form a truthful background for the show. BSG did not avoid science and choose the easy path, but, instead, took advantage of it to create perspective and to intensify and stress the dramatic subjects, which is the artistry... Response...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...RESPONSE I do agree with Charles Duhigg thoughts. The took the readers on the exciting journey that explain the existence of habits and how they change. It is true that people can change their human nature and their potential in transforming their lives. The transformation and change are not easy because some companies and persons strive to improve, despite endless trying. Others tend to remake themselves in the shortest time possible. Additionally, some visit the neuroscientist to explore how their habits work and how the habits reside in their brains. These people seek help because they understand how crucial the right pattern influences their daily activity... DD Month YYYY THE POWER OF HABIT...
Preview
Response
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response of Response The article en d ‘Seeing’ written by Annie Dillard is a philosophical account of the fact that not every person can look at things clearly like a person who is blind from the birth, lovers and infants. The author’s thesis in the paper is ‘Seeing-is-believing’ for those who can observe the obvious without prejudgments. The author has claimed that a person may look at things differently as he or she grows older. The assertion about sight is merely author’s own viewpoint and may be different in the opinion of others. The question remains that if there are two ways of looking at the world then which one is the correct? Is not that we look...
Preview
Critical response for spelling bee
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...aesthetic distance, meaning the audience’s general response with the story must be more of involvement. On the other hand, the technical aspect of the performance corresponds to the stage elements. First is to evaluate the stage background. The stage background is a wall made of bricks installed with bulletins displaying protocols... Number> 08 October An Assessment on a Spring Musical En d “The 25th Annual Putnam County SpellingBee” The musical production performed by Newburgh Free Academy in the year 2010 is considered worth watching. However, similar to other theatrical productions, it also has its flaws. Hence, this paper aims to evaluate the pros and cons of the entire musicalin terms of three el...
Preview
Response
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Response Toulmin Argument Revision plan: Euthanasia should not be legalized Euthanasia is the process of ending life prematurely with an aim of ending suffering or pain. Euthanasia should not be legalized (claim). This is because it changes the role of the physicist from that of saving life to that of ending it (ground). It is against major religious beliefs like Christianity, Christians believe that taking of life is murder no matter the reason and is interfering to God’s plan. Islam Medical Association is also against the mercy killing (ground). The terminally ill deserve love, human comfort and care in their dying moments as compared to ending of their lives. Euthanasia...
Preview
Response
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...response to the argument. In such socialistic economy, the means of production are owned by society and are used in a planned manner... Reading Journal for "Why Socialism?" by Albert Einstein Write a one sentence summary of each paragraph in the essay Advisability of speculating on economical and social issues. 2. The discovery of general economical laws influenced by causes of different nature. 3. The real purpose of socialism is precisely to overcome "the predatory phase". 4. Role of science in creating of social-ethical ends. 5. Overestimation of science and experts. 6. Individuals and a crisis. 7. Social isolation. What is the cause? 8. Double nature of a human in the concept of society. 9. Role of c...
Preview
1 - 50 results of 500 items
Contact Us