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Dorothea Lange
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There could probably be no other iconic photograph of the 20th century that will ultimately represent the Great Depression in America, than the picture of Migrant Mother captured by Dorothea Lange in 1936. Working as a documentary photographer for the Farm Security… n, a face marked with wrinkles and a distant gaze seemingly full of worries; to the right and…
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Japanese Internment
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They were done by Anse dams, Dorothea Lange and Carl Mydams in the survey graphics,life itself and U.S camera. The three paved way for a way to give… The article provides valuable perceptions and insights about what the Japanese went through during the internment(Flamiano,2000, pp.22). The United States entered into World War II after the Japanese Navy…
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In the first 1989 photograph by Yasumasa Morimura it presents a doublonnage dancer in a varnished photograph which is mounted on a 94.5 X 47.25 in (240.03 X 120.02 cm) panel. The photograph promotes the contemporary practices. The photograph is on portraiture genre based on… In the second 1959 photograph by Gilpin Laura, she presents an image on a 13 3/8 x 10…
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Free Writing
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This is evident in the way the mother seems not to notice what is going on due to being in deep thoughts due to desperation. Judging from the look… Hence, prompting the photographer end up interested in taking the image, which is also the case it has remained to date in libraries to show utter human desperation. I think the 32 year old mother in this case is…
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Art History Final: Short answers and Slide identification plus discussion
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Walter Gropius’ Bauhaus building was a major exemplar of modern architectural style with its rectilinear and grid motif, and in which its design has a “clear and carefully thought-out system of connecting wings” in accordance to how the Bauhaus movement and its school… rough in architectural styles because Gropius’ Bauhaus buildings replaced the use of timber…
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Histories of Photography
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This essay looks into John Szarkowski’s five interdependent characteristics of the photographic image: the thing itself, the time, the image, the detail and vantage point. Szarkowski believed that these five interdependent characteristics would help in formulating a critical… The thesis of this paper is that, modern day photography draws its insights from…
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AHS 176
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The first piece of photograph was taken by an American photographer known as Dorothea Lange who built her reputation in the field of photography by taking the picture of the migrant farmers living in California during the depressing time that started in 1929. The picture above… This picture Dorothea Lange Migrant Mother Nipomo California North America (1936)…
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Histories of Photography
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Date: Histories of Photography 1. The Photographers Eye This essay looks into John Szarkowski’s five interdependent characteristics of the photographic image: the thing itself, the time, the image, the detail and vantage point.… The thesis of this paper is that, modern day photography draws its insights from Szarkowski’s principle of photography as an art,…
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Comparing and Contrasting Two Images
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Introduction – there are times in history which are quite memorable or remarkable in the way that things happened to people through momentous events. One of these was the Great Depression during the 1930s in America which soon spread throughout the world and engulfed the whole… illions of Americans out of work and created the justification for more government…
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The Great Depression
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The Great Depression Table of Contents Introduction 3 Causes of Great Depression 3 Impact on Society 4 Response of US Government 5 References 6 Introduction Great depression is undoubtedly one of the most significant incidents in the history of world economy.… Furthermore, it also includes the response of American government to this economic event. Causes of…
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The struggles of americans
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The struggles of Americans The emergence of United States of America to a global super power was nothing short of fairy tale. However whatever fairy it might sound, the phenomenon has witnessed one of the most dramatic shifts in economy, culture and society that ultimately paved the way for the modern day America.… The change that the nation witnessed not only…
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Image
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It speaks audible words that penetrate the hearts of those on lookers scrutinizing them. It speaks louder than expected. These images are frequently found on advertisements, billboards, magazines, internet, television,… It is an effortless medium to convey a message. The picture “Migrant Mother” taken by Dorothea Lange during the Resettlement Period in…
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Coaching and Mentoring in Organisations
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In the United States, this period began in October 1929 through to 1939 and only lessened after a few relief and reform measures that… The essay is an analysis of the ‘Letters from the forgotten men’ and the photographs from the Great Depression. According to the letters, it is evident that the continuous measures applied by people to counter economic turmoil…
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Number 1A,1948
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This emanates from the fact that there is no universal definition of art or its functions. The definition of art has been changing with time just like its functions and meanings. This has led numerous… This paper addresses art in the context of what the audience sees in art, the functions of art, and the broader meaning of art. An analysis of the painting…
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Art and Knowledge
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. Traditionally, art has been viewed as ornamental or emotional in character. One can see the presence of this ideology in the work of Plato which argues that the appearance of poetry as a source of knowledge is rather deceptive.… This positive tradition which follows the western philosophical thoughts loves to believe that art is largely emotive rather than…
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Depression
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The 1930s was a difficult period in the history of the United States vaguely similar to the current economic meltdown, however due to different reasons. The vast plains of the continent were afflicted with the worst of dust storms for almost the entire decade due to agriculture… The humiliation they suffered and the agonies they had to endure in order to feed…
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Pictorialism and Modernism
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The researcher of this essay aims to analyze and compare pictorialism with modernism movement. The artwork has evolved over the time from the age of sculpting to the era of painting where landscapes and other phenomena were represented through paintings.… The essay "Pictorialism and Modernism" compares pictorialism with modernism. The availability of…
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Nursing leader DIX Dorothea
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Dix is a renowned teacher, humanitarian, nurse and social reformer for the mentally ill patients. She lived a dysfunctional family life and learned most things such as… well recognized for her patient advocacy in struggling to improve the condition of a mental asylum and jails, in North America and Europe (Parry, 2006). Dix quitted her career as a…
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Dorothea Brooke of Middlemarch
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Dorothea Brooke of Middlemarch Professor number Dorothea Brooke of Middlemarch Set in the provincial town of Middlemarch, George Eliot’s novel of the same name is one of the classics of English fiction. Termed as the finest novel in English by many, this novel is peopled by many interesting characters who reflect in themselves the ethos of the Victorian age.…
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Dorothea dix crusader for the mentally ill
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Dorothea Lynde Dix was born in Hampden, Maine on April 4, 1802 to Joseph and Mary Dix. Her parents called her Dolly as a child. Over the course of her career she had several professions including author, teacher, lobbyist, and superintendent of nurses during the civil war however, she became best known as a social reformer who dedicated much of her life to the mentally ill and those in prison (Brown, 1998). …
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The Nursing Theory of Dorothea Orem
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Abstract Dorothea Orem was a prominent nursing theorist who significantly contributed to the nursing profession by developing a theory of nursing known as Orem Model of Nursing. Orem got the idea to develop her theory through her work as a nursing consultant. … When she observed nurses in various hospitals, she found that while they generally were able to…
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Photography
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Since the invention of Photography in the first half of the 19th century, the scope of art has been widened. Photography has enriched art by liberating it from the burden of realistic representation. Many new expressions of art have surfaced thanks to this valuable influence.… According to Alain Briot (2005), Photography is "both an art and a science". He…
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Nursing Concepts: Dorothea Orems Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory
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There are various nursing theories, which apply specific concepts in practice. My paper seeks to discuss Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory. Dorothea Orem started working on this theory in 1959 and she still adds more development s to the theory to-date. It came to be popularly known as the Orem Model of Nursing. … Conclusion Having seen how the…
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Your Opinion on Chapter 2 on Pictures
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It is a good resource for beginners to learn more about art in terms of how the artworks are produced. Some of the author’s remarks are really important for… e) (Sporre 32) could be illustrated with the description of devastating toil and health losses which Sistine Chapel actually came to be for Michelangelo ("Michelangelo Paints the Sistine Chapel").…
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Non-Punitive Environment
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We cannot stop people from making mistakes. What can we do is to improve facility's processes to reduce the chances f impact f these mistakes. The non-punitive work environment f an organization provides solution for its many problems. Process improvement in healthcare means exercising right thing at the right time.… After personal beliefs are put aside,…
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