Artifact
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...Artifact Truth of a Three-legged Stool Introduction Material culture refers to cultural manifestation through the manufacture of objects. The main purpose of studying material culture is to enable us to discover various importance, beliefs, thoughts, and assumptions of a certain society or community in a given period. The mere truth is that objects produced by human beings portray the cultural beliefs of those who produced or used the object as well as the cultural beliefs of the society in which the producer belongs (15). The present paper analyzes a particular artifact ‘three-legged stool’ to show the reflected culture and beliefs. Physical...
Artifact
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...Artifact Some things are extremely precious; they don’t just lead a profound impact on your personality but shape your individuality overall. An artifact that I would like to discuss here is a “Rocking Chair.” This rocking chair is not any ordinary piece of wood that I bought and restored at my residence but it has a really important place inside my heart. This rocking chair belonged to my grandfather and it has been at my place since then having immense significance. Rocking chairs are an epitome of peace and serenity. The squeaky voices in silence harmonize together and become a source of indulgence inside your soul. They are a source of comfort and give us the opportunity to connect... ...
Media Artifact
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...Artifact Before analyzing the media artifacts, it is pertinent to that media as an infrastructure, is petitioned into three parts. One is the artifact, in other words, it is a device that is used to both convey and communicate information. The second part is the activity, or rather practices that people usually use to either share, or engage a communication. Thirdly, it is the social arrangement. Social arrangements can also be organizational forms that actually develop around artifacts and activities. Having put that across, this essay will illustrate a media artifact that obeys the theory of Marxist, in the book “Critical Media Studies: An Introduction by Ott and Mack”. The chosen artifact...
The Artifact
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...Artifact story: The artifact that I love the most and that is very dear to me, is my Kindle. When the device was first rolled out, I was a little skeptic about purchasing it. I thought it was very expensive for a reading device and felt that I could have bought another fifty books for the same price. Secondly, I did not like the look of the second kindle. The first Kindle was slim. This next one was far from slim. I had my own reservations about the kindle. I wondered if I would be able to hold it in bed, when on train or while sitting on the poolside. There were a lot of questions that I had about the economic feasibility of the product in my book....
Popular Culture Artifact
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...artifact in the context of popular culture Art, like any is any form of human creativity is an imaginative reproduction of reality.The understanding of popular culture enables artists to connect profoundly with audience through various modes that have become known as formulas. All works of art share certain elements which enhance the definition of the general patterns as a formula creating specific recipient expectations which the popular artist must meet to accomplish effective conveyance of intended message. Formulas are made of two broad categories which are conventions and inventions. The former entails elements which each genre shares with every other model of its type... .Inventions on...
Rhetorical Artifact Term Paper
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...Artifact Analysis: Advertisement Introduction All around us people are convincing and persuading us into doing something in a certain way. Everyone has their own tactics of selling something whether it a commodity or just an idea. Either way, both types of marketing audiences need to be addressed accordingly. This achieved through the use of rhetoric strategies or artifacts in advertising. A rhetorical situation is the way in which peoples perspectives are transformed by convincing them of something else. Most company thus use rhetoric artifacts when advertising their products. An example of such an advertisement is Always commercial, like a girl(Always). This advertisement... Collage: Rhetorical...
Cultural artifact analysis
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...Artifact With the advancement of the science & technology, everything else progresses as well. Man has come out of Stone Age & has reached the skies only because of the development in technology. The first simple machine the man of the Stone Age ever invented was of the utmost importance, the wheel. With this very first invention, man gradually devised ways & methods to make his life comfortable & to resolve the various mysteries that the nature enfolds. With this insightfulness & thorough hard work, man was finally able to achieve today’s heights. Even so, the experiments are carried out continuously for achieving best results and eradicating the previous flaws. In the older times when... Cultural...
Popular Culture Artifact
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...artifact in the context of popular culture Art, like any is any form of human creativity is an imaginative reproduction of reality. The understanding of popular culture enables artists to connect profoundly with audience through various modes that have become known as formulas. All works of art share certain elements which enhance the definition of the general patterns as a formula creating specific recipient expectations which the popular artist must meet to accomplish effective conveyance of intended message. Formulas are made of two broad categories which are conventions and inventions. The former entails elements which each genre shares with every other model of its type... .Inventions on...
Pop Culture-one artifact
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...artifact used http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-A5XCPn3l8FI/UI3gPcglH9I/AAAAAAAAAB8/jDSsja6q-sw/s1600/image0231.jpg... Shary Zhou CMJR 205 Louisa Edgerly 17 Avoid Drunk-driving Advertisements principally use posters, videos and audios to influence, lure and attract people to buy certain goods. They can also promote a product or service as well as educate, caution and warn people. An epitome of the usage of pathos and logos in a cautionary advertisement is one done by Bavarian Motor Works (BMW), a German car manufacturer. It warns people about the dangers of drunk driving. This is an advertisement that reminds people that life is not permanent, and that drunk-driving can take a life. Thus, people must not drive...
Cultural Artifact Analysis
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...Artifacts Analysis Introduction Games are crucial activities that any society enjoys and identifies themselves with. Gaming has a long history, since some are passed from every generation making them difficult to face out and some are developed as per the needs of the society and creativity. Similarly, different communities or societies have developed games, which they use in identifying themselves as well as in socializing their young ones. In many cases, games bring people together, more so, those who share certain values, as well as the strangers or visitors. Because of this, some cultures identifies with certain games. For instance, Lithuanian has a game called Blind Chicken... and it...
Visual Arts - Cultural Artifact
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...artifact paper Cultural artifact paper Introduction: History of humankind has shown that certain objects made or modified by men and women reflects the culture that exists during the time. Such objects which can be seen, felt, read or heard have endured the test of time and can still be used to analyze the period during which it was created are often referred to as cultural artifacts. Examples are numerous and include inventions, works of art, literature, music and even famous orations. Studying such artifacts are important for a student of history because they provide a solid proof which can establish or substantiate a historical and cultural fact. This paper reviews one of the most... ? Cultural...
Rhetorical Artifact Term Paper
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...Artifact Analysis: Advertisement Introduction All around us people are convincing and persuading us into doing something in a certain way. Everyone has their own tactics of selling something whether it a commodity or just an idea. Either way, both types of marketing audiences need to be addressed accordingly. This achieved through the use of rhetoric strategies or artifacts in advertising. A rhetorical situation is the way in which peoples perspectives are transformed by convincing them of something else. Most company thus use rhetoric artifacts when advertising their products. An example of such an advertisement is Always commercial, like a girl (Always). This advertisement... Collage: Rhetorical...
Media Artifact Analysis Paper
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...ARTIFACT ANALYSIS affiliation Introduction Media artifacts can be defined as infrastructures that comprise three components working as one, there is the artifacts or rather devices which are used to communicate or in another language convey information, this involves the activities together with practices that attract individuals engage to communicate as they share information. Then there is the component of social arrangements or in other words organizational forms which at the end of the day develop all around the above devices and practices in general. Nowadays there is new technologies on digital media is becoming more complicated...
Artifact
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...Sombrero – the Mexican Hat Sombreros originated as a response to the demands of the natural environment and hence found widespread application in theMexican region. The climate of Mexican-American border is generally steamy and hot with a high level of humidity during most of the year. Mexican central plateau maintains a higher temperature even during the winter period. Historically speaking, the earlier part of the nineteenth century witnessed conflicts and injustice due to different co-existing social entities in the region. Mexican sovereignty was lost and labor used to work on both sides of the border. Originally developed by the Mestizo workers (Latino people who used to work... – the Mexican Hat...
Create a Popular Culture Artifact
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...Artifact A Fashion Website I would like to create a website as an artifact. The website will be about fashion and the latest trends in casual and formal outfits, both for men and women. It will also include information about latest designer accessories such as designer handbags, designer shoes, designer jewellery, wrist watches, hair accessories and makeup. Information about latest fashion shows and reviews by famous designers will also be included. The overall concept of the website will revolve around style and fashion, and the targeted lot will be fashion-savvy people. The website will also include the option of designer accessories shopping online. Popular Culture... Creating a Popular Culture...
Artifact #1: Needs Analysis/Context Narrative
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...Artifact Needs Analysis/Context Narrative ENGL 754/854: World Englishes in Composition & Applied Linguistics Dr. Gloria Park September 12,2012 Artifact #1: Needs Analysis/Context Narrative 1. Description of Work Contexts My native land is Saudi Arabia, a country rich in natural resources, particularly oil deposits, but also in people resources who possess talents as well as skills, and dream to be active contributors to the Kingdom’s future growth. Having graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in English from the Jeddah Teachers' College, I was immensely excited to teach middle school students. The educational environment in Saudi Arabia has acknowledged the need to focus on improvement...
Cpca comunication phenomenon and concept or artifact
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...artifact Perspectives on Communication Phenomenon and Concept or Artifact (CPCA) necessary entail the role of communication in utilizing signs, objects, and ideas to create meaning. The task of creating meaning within the concept of CPCA entails the manipulation of signs in order to determine the orientation in accordance with the underlying objectives of communication (Littlejohn and Karen 40). Normally, understanding the nature of CPCA involves the incorporation of a range of theories that expand on the value and impact of communication to the targeted audience. The functional theory of communication supplies the terms of understanding the content... phenomenon. As such, it becomes...
Cultural artifact about Korean War in 1950
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...artifact: Korean War in 1950 The Korean War began in 1950 and unexpectedly lasted a period of three years, during which high unanticipated deaths occurred both for the military and for the civilians (Australian War Memorial n.p.). Thus, by the end of the war in 1953, the war had cost the parties more than they had planned for both in human capital and economic resources. The war was triggered by the matching of the 75,000 military troops from North Korea across the 38th parallel boundary that separated North Korea from South Korea (History n.p.). However, this invasion quickly turned into a full-blown war pitching the USA against international communism, considering that North Korea... Cultural...
Cpca comunication phenomenon and concept or artifact
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...Artifact The CPCA identified is a swimsuit video advertisement entitled “Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Las Vegas.” This video advertisement features different slim bodied girls dressed in swimsuits of varying colors and all made to combine the quality of the swimsuits with feminine beauty. The aspect of beauty is explored in multiple directions consisting of colorful images of the girls drawn from Asia, Europe, America, Africa, and other parts of the world. The background of the videos is panoramic and picturesque in its representation of tranquil oceans, beaches, and colorful vegetation. The girls are shown either walking leisurely along the beaches... CPCA Communication Phenomenon and Concept or...
Portfolio artifact :empowerment in the leadership environment in my organization
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...Artifact It is important for the organization to adapt new ways and fresh ideas. This can be done by making all employees participate in decision-making so that everyone comes up with innovative ideas to help achieve a better solution to a specific problem. To make the employees feel free in raising their voices, it is important for the management to hold sessions with them individually and in groups so that their problems are listened to and solved (Brown, Travino & Harrison, 2005). The management must be aware of the fact that employee empowerment is a necessary ingredient of high productivity and progress. Employees should be encouraged to question because this increases job satisfaction... Portfolio...
Critical analysis of an Artifact of popular culture
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...artifact of popular culture There is no doubt in the idea, according to which the human civilization features a considerable number of different characteristic features that are not found anywhere in the world. Indeed, a good example of such is the notion of Ethics which is though to be unique to the human nature. This paper will prove that journalists can easily cross the borderline of Ethical behavior in pursuit of their personal goals as it was depicted in the movie Nightcrawler. The essay will analyze the thesis of the movie in question as well the context in which it should be viewed, following with examination of two artifacts taken from it as well as identification... Critical analysis of an...
Artifact Essay
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...? Oedipus the King is one of the most influential stories that helped shape Western literature. The great Greek tragedy tells the story of the hero Oedipus and his fate. The entire plot of the story takes place in a short span of time but chronicles decades in the lives of the characters. The play is regarded as a classic and most noteworthy among the ranks of Greek tragedies. Like many others within the same category, there is the underpinning theme of the inescapability of the destiny of the main characters of the play. But beyond this can be seen the conviction that is enveloped in the dramatic irony that is revealed in the climactic end of the story. It starts out with the caucus... Oedipus the King ...
Artifact Assignment
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...The Tomb in Poland The Tomb in Poland Background Narratives and ritual practices of soviet’s supporters after the crisis in1993 Russian constitution brought about The Tomb in Poland. There are two issues revolving around the special interests. The first issue is on a given time where it determines the monument. The second one is ways in which the monument testify a given time. The process of displacing death from memory corresponds to the modern society development especially in Serbia. Physical description In the modern world, many people fear tombs and graves and shun any doing that could lead to death. Death is the only occurrence that can send one into The Tomb in Poland. Jesus Christ... Tomb in...
Cultural Artifact
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... Paper Cultural Realities of South Asian Muslim Societies: A Critical Review The culture is software of human mind and therefore, it is imperative for the organizations to understand and comprehend the cultural realities of the geographical areas in which they are operating or planning to operate. The emerging economic sector of South Asia is believed to have profound role and contribution in the economic future of the global village. The international companies have been engaged in outsourcing their production facilities to the emerging economies of India and Bangladesh. Both of the abovementioned countries have Muslim population in abundance (Murayama and Murayama pp.75). The Muslims... Paper Cultural ...
Artifact 12.2
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...How does modern America reflect the influences of Greek, Roman, and Hebrew cultures? The United s can best be described asa cosmopolitan nation with diverse cultures from the entire world. Over the past centuries, individuals with great thoughts have been able to migrate to the United States. The culture of these people was blended with the American one. Cultures that gradually arrived were imbedded into the American society. The modern American society reflects over the influx of different architectural styles brought about by the Romans, which in essence has had a significant influence on the American architecture. This contemporary American culture also through its daily practices... does modern...
Discussing the Role of Museums in Developing the Relationship between "Art" and "Artifact"
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...artifact'. Introduction While cultural artifacts have existed since the earliest moments of Western culture, the exact definition of art has shifted dramatically over the centuries. Even as theoretical perspectives on art have prominently functioned as a means of defining ‘what is art,’ perhaps an even more substantial contribution has been the role of museums in developing the relationship between 'art' and 'artifact'. This essay considers traditional perspectives on institutional theory and then examines ways that radicalism has operated to call... into question the role of the museum as mediating between art and artifact. Analysis Even as what constitutes art has been...
Communications Studies - Analysis of the structural and cultural forces that shape a particular media artifact
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...Artifact THESIS MENT The paper intends todiscuss the structural and the cultural forces of a media artifact i.e. Fruitvale Station, one of the most acclaimed movies in 2013. Furthermore, it will also provide an idea about the relationship existing between the structural and the cultural forces with reference to the media artifact i.e. Fruitvale Station. ANALYSIS OF THE STRUCTURAL FORCES THAT SHAPE FRUITVALE STATION The movie i.e. ‘Fruitvale Station’ represents an American drama, which released in the year 2013. Ryan Coogler is the director and the writer of this particular story. Oscar Grant... ?Communications Studies - Analysis of the Structural and Cultural Forces That Shape a Particular Media Artifact ...
Technological Artifact Analysis
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... Technological Artefact Analysis The technological artefact under analysis is a cell phone manufactured by Nokia. The model number is 6700, andthis particular version has a distinctive silver metal casing, with a dark plastic trim and smooth glass screen. Its dimensions are 109.8 x 45 x 11.2 mm which makes it one of the smaller types of cell phone. In particular the slim 11.2 mm depth of the phone ensures that it slips easily into a pocket or handbag. It feels heavy in the hand, despite its small size. The corners of the phone are rounded, and the surface is very flat, with no raised keypad buttons or volume control or any other feature that would interfere with its sleek contours. The only...
Visual artifact description
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...Visual Rhetoric Prof. ________________ "The Schoolmaster Abroad" At Last Published by T. W. Strong, New York, March 1861; no. 4 in Strongs Dime Caricatures series (www.indiana.edu). Today we think of Abraham Lincoln as one of the greatest U.S. political leaders of all time. Yet he was assassinated and, even in early 1861 prior to the Civil War, was threatened with assassination. His office was a turbulent one which moved him into this nation’s most costly war. Political cartoons were many and showed varying sides of Lincoln. Yet, in terms of visual imagery, the man is generally pictured as unnaturally taller than those surrounding him. Whether a comment about his political activity... Rhetoric...
Choose an artifact from contemporary culture that you find interesting, compelling, problematic, or suggestivein short, an artifact that you find worth thinking about a little more deeply. This could be a novel, short story, play, childrens book, po
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...Artifacts in culture Introduction Preservation of a region’s culture is an important component to the inhabitants. People have diverse ways of learning about culture and cultural events of the past. Maintenance of culture is important because of a number of reasons. For instance, customs in the olden days brings to light what need to do to enhance morality. Another reason is that preserving of cultural events helps in passing of traditional ways of undertaking various tasks purposely for the societal growth. The primary purpose of this writing is to give a picture of artefacts. The essay also entails perception of God and Human beings within the society. Additionally... , there are the...
CLASS ROSTER PROJECT and Summary Grade by Artifact
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... Roster Project Introduction If we analyze then we come to know that generating a database logical design is one of the initial significant steps in designing a database. No doubt, there are four rational database models that can be worn hierarchical, network, relational, or object-oriented. 1. Hierarchical: The primary significant rational database model. Still found in lots of mainframe-based, inheritance systems. Records are agreed in a top-down parent/child arrangement. Every child can be linked to only one parent 2. Network Residential to conquer the incomplete range of the hierarchical model. Analogous to the hierarchical model only there's no parent/child difference. Any record kind... Roster...
Compare Hatshepsut's obelisk(s) with the Harburg Monument in Germany within the cultural context of each artifact.
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...artifacts. It is the second tallest of all obelisks in Egypt and constituents comprises pink granite standing 28.58 meters tall, weighing about 342 tons (Blyth, 57). It finds its location in the famous temple of Amon situated in Karnak (Brand, 82). The monument was built as a dwelling of the Egyptian sun god, Amon Ra and its construction relayed this concept through its unique structural composition. The obelisk’s upper part is in the shape of a pyramid and has a different structural composition of metal alloys like gold to shine... Task Comparison between Hatshepsut and Hamburg monument Hatshepsut's obelisk The obelisk was constructed in 1457BC by the Egyptian people of the time as part of the royal...
Museum Rebort
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...artifact portrays his diverse and in-depth analysis of specific features of the society that he criticizes through the sculpture. The sculpture therefore embodies the development and revolutionary nature of the art as the artists strives to maintain originality while using the readily available material in the society. Ceramics have provided artists with an effective medium through which to express their feelings and thoughts about the society. Artists use ceramics to develop... Museum Report Ken Price sculpture: A retrospective of the work Ken Price sculpture: A retrospective is an art displayed at the Los Angeles Museum of Arts that epitomizes the artist’s perfection in sculpturing. Additionally, the...
Hip Hop in the African American culture
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...artifacts that are a representation of culture surround the way of life of most individuals. From one generation to the other one is likely to find an artifact. Hip hop music is an artifact that has dominated America, especially for the African Americans. The hip hop artifact origin was at a precise cross street subculture within South Bronx ethnic group during the 1970s in New York City. Four distinct elements characterize this artifact. The hip hop culture manifestation is represented by these four elements (Chang, 2005). These four elements include rap music, turntablism, breaking, and graffiti art. African America people find unity... in this artifact, which was born in a...
Research Paper ( Fine Art)
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...artifacts from diverse cultures. The museum of arts, just as its name suggests preserves artifacts from different cultures ranging from paintings to sculptures among other most common forms of products of arts (Sporre 20). Art provides an effective platform for the portrayal of the society; artists therefore produce artifacts that are of relevance to their cultures and the economic practices in either their societies or those of their audiences. This way, their works earn familiarity with the target audience thereby preserving the cultural practice. This therefore implies... ?Research Paper (Fine Art) Topic one The Metropolitan Museum of Art in the of New York is a facility that stocks an assortment of...
Analyzing Communication
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...Artifacts employment can occurin either a no verbal communication or a verbal communication. Their interpretation can occur as objects shaped by human crafts. In communication, an artifact is something that viewing can occur as the result of human conception. Artifacts are not easily detectable thou under intense cooperation, and observation one might recall the usage of artifacts in communication all the time. Artifacts also indicate the human workmanship. They also provide an idea about the personality of the speaker and the audience. In mass media, artifacts can be heard as the disruption of a speech... ? Analyzing Communication Journalism, mass media and communication Analyzing Communication...
A Day in Pompeii
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...artifacts, a society is able to define its culture religion, beliefs, and ways of life. My visit at Denver Museum of Nature and Science was driven by anticipation and need for discovery. As much as I wanted to have a firsthand experience of life in ancient Rome, I was interested in identifying the unique aspect of the ancient artifacts or a secrete feature of style that has not yet been discovered by present day artists. This paper presents my experience with A Day in Pompeii through a descriptive and critical approach. The title of the artifact was coined from an ancient... ? A Day in Pompeii 9th, November, A Day in Pompeii Art has a significant role in defining the identity of a community. Through...
Buddhist art at Asian art Museum in SF
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...artifacts that peeked my interest during visit in the Asian Museum was the artifact entitled "Bodhisattva crossing over". This artifact is made... Affiliation) Buddhist art at Asian art Museum in SF Buddhism began its early roots in India during the time of Siddharta Buddha in 560 B.C. Through his teaching and spiritual inspiration, he had many followers which spread to different countries like China and several countries in East Asia. To preserve and continue the legacy of his times, there had been a lot of magnificent and priceless worked of art, crafts, pottery, sculptures, and others that have displayed the image of Buddhism. Today there had been a lot of museums that preserve this history and one ...
Separating by Leon Stokesbury
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...artifact gives information on a people’s culture and it describes their ethnic practices and beliefs.It also referred to as social artifact since it entails the general behavior of a people in a society and how they relate one another. They also depict how they exchange their information (McClure, 19). Therefore, a cultural artifact holds a special relation to the people. They can identify with the cultural artifact in their ways of living. John Updike’s story “Separating” is a valid cultural artifact for old and contemporary life. John Updike writes about the Maple family that is about to be separated by the virtue of a divorce. Richard is a father of four children... and is particularly...
E-Portfolio
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...artifact shows my development while learning this It is an image ofpeople from different cultural backgrounds thus, shows cultural diversity. The image shows that I have learnt to accept and appreciate people from diverse cultures different from mine. Table of Contents ASSESSMENT ARTIFACT PURPOSE SLO 1 Shaolin Temple To analyze geographical trends of human culture. SLO 2 Field trip pamphlet Critique cultural patterns SLO 3 Religious conflicts Formulate research questions and provide solutions. Essay reflection Demonstrate skills learnt and the importance of these skills. SLO Assessment 1 The picture above shows the Shaolin Temple in Henan Province, China... ? E-portfolio Introductory Page The above...
Garden art through the ages
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...Artifacts An art is the application of human skill and creativity in visual form. It studies the processes and products of human creativity and social life. An artifact refers to the product of human artwork. Art is described as the study of visual and tangible objects made by human beings and even the structures that human beings build. Art has been categorized into architecture, sculpture, pictorial arts and arts of design. A pictorial arts example is printmaking and photography whereas arts of design include metal, ceramics, and other accessories that are used in the daily lives of a human being. Art history has the major objective of determining the originality of various works... Art versus...
Analyzing Communication
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...Artifacts employment can occur in either a no verbal communication or a verbal communication. Their interpretation can occur as objects shaped by human crafts. In communication, an artifact is something that viewing can occur as the result of human conception. Artifacts are not easily detectable thou under intense cooperation, and observation one might recall the usage of artifacts in communication all the time. Artifacts also indicate the human workmanship. They also provide an idea about the personality of the speaker and the audience. In mass media, artifacts can be heard as the disruption of a speech... Analyzing Communication Journalism, mass media and communication Analyzing Communication...
Core Professional Competencies
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...artifact showing the signatures of the students on those rules and their pictures is an excellent implementation of the features of CPC 6. The artifact shows... CPC 6 - To plan, organize and supervise a in such a way as to promote learning and social development. CPC 6 focuses on planning, organizing, and supervising class activities in such a way that it promotes the social development of a child and make him realize his rights and responsibilities while in the classroom, school, and the overall environment. Moreover, CPC 6 also focuses on identification of problems by the teacher as well as their eradication. In this regard, the classroom rules jot down by the students themselves as well as the...
Artifacts of our own cultures surround us. From art and music to architecture and literature, from philosophy and religion to laws and economics, we live among cultural artifacts that have deep roots.
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...artifact that represents the culture of the U.S. It discusses the details of how the flagcame into being, how it relates to the values and beliefs of the American Culture, and its historical roots. It also identifies the significance of the flag to representing the people of America, as well as its rich culture. The Star-Spangled Banner An artifact is an object that is designed “for a certain purpose” (“Artifact,” 2011). It embodies the culture of a place and is often developed through human art and workmanship. The word artifact came from the Latin words arte (art) and factum (to make) (“Artifact,” 2011). The United States of America has its rich... This paper looks at the Star-Spangled Banner as an...
Intelligent Life
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...Artifact Construction Before an artifact is to be constructed, it should have the goal of contacting and eliciting a response from an intelligent life, and it has to be carried into space by any spacecraft. It should then be left on the surface of Mars or left to float in space. Moreover, apart from these conditions, the artifact must obey certain principles set by the NASA regarding communication with alien life. Firstly, it would be more plausible to use vision and images than sounds in communicating with aliens (Diaz). Secondly, we should not in any way make aliens angry (Gonzalez). Thirdly, aliens may actually have a totally different type of sensory organs... Messaging Intelligent Life Project:...
Artifacts in vancouver
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...artifact. Whether it was placed intentionally as some form of unexpected decoration or the leaves naturally fell and left their mark... Autumn Leaves Location: Mainland St. and Smithe St. “Every leaf speaks bliss to me/ Fluttering from the autumn tree” (Bronthe 3-4). In these lines, Emily Bronthe speaks of nature’s positive effect on emotions. Imprinted on the pavement where an actual tree stands are these leaves ubiquitously placed one after the other. At a certain angle the leaves almost look like they are in pairs and in a row. Some are heavily etched on the concrete while others are ever so lightly marked with some parts of the leaf not as pronounced. No evidence can be had on the origins of this...
Journal Article Review
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...Artifact in the Abdominal Aorta Toepfer, N., Ricadio, J., Adams, J., Babcock, D. & Holland, K. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Volume 22. Number 2. Pp 131-4. March/April 2006 In this article, the authors investigated a sonographic case, whereby an echogenic artifact in a young patient resembles a thrombus in the abdominal aorta. They therefore, use various techniques in Sonography to ensure that the echogenic artifact is investigated to avoid diagnosing the young patient with aortic abdominal thrombus. This process was lengthy, but finally, the authors arrived at a clarification. This study... Aortic Pseudothrombus 18th, March Journal Article Review Aortic Pseudothrombus: A Sonographic Artifact ...
Writing Response 4: Brainstorming for Community Writing
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...artifact) - Statue of liberty An artifact usually has symbolic meaning (spiritual, emotional and even cultural) to the community near it. Getting to analyze the personal symbolic meaning of the artifact will help an individual appreciate its value even more. The artifact in discussion and whose symbolic... Brainstorming for Community Writing Part One (visual element) - Park This topic is for working mothers who seem to have limited time to spend with their children due to work and who often have to fore go one activity for the other. The information provided is hoped to capture their attention and enable them make the right decision for the sake of their relationship with their children. The newly...
Journal Article Review
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...Artifact in the Abdominal Aorta Toepfer, N., Ricadio, J., Adams, J., Babcock, D. & Holland, K. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Volume 22. Number 2. Pp 131-4. March/April 2006 In this article, the authors investigated a sonographic case, whereby an echogenic artifact in a young patient resembles a thrombus in the abdominal aorta. They therefore, use various techniques in Sonography to ensure that the echogenic artifact is investigated to avoid diagnosing the young patient with aortic abdominal thrombus. This process was lengthy, but finally, the authors arrived at a clarification. This study... ? Aortic Pseudothrombus 18th, March Journal Article Review Aortic Pseudothrombus: A Sonographic...
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...Artifact mirror for $200 for the given duration. Alex reached home and informed Francis on his willingness to purchase the artifact for the agreed price. The message however reached Francis after he offered the artifact to Samantha for $230. Alex had a legal enforceable contract with Francis as he orally communicated with him concerning his willingness to take up the offer. The breach of a contract occurs when one party fails to perform in accordance to the agreed... ? Business Law Q1. Assume that the elements of intention and consideration required for the formation of a contract exists. Using the four-step process, discuss whether the element of agreement required for the formation of a contract can be ...
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