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Representation of feminine nature in Helmut Newton and Lillian Bassman works
Representation of feminine nature in Helmut Newton and Lillian Bassman works
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...REPRESENTATION OF FEMININE NATURE IN HELMUT NEWTON AND LILLIAN BASSMAN WORKS Before I begin to discuss the specific techniques Lillian Bassman and Helmut Newton used in their works to reveal feminine nature in their photographs, it is important to provide an overview of some of the most relevant existing studies on photography, media, body image, fashion, and the role of women in the photography. As this is highly significant to create a strong basis for my subsequent discussion of representation of feminine nature in Lillian Bassman and Helmut Newton works, the purpose of this chapter is to locate the common links between these various ideas and concepts,...
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Cognitive Psychology and knowledge representation & organization, language, problem solving, and creativity
Cognitive Psychology and knowledge representation & organization, language, problem solving, and creativity
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...Representation and Organization, Language, Problem Solving, and Creativity The processes of learning, memory and language are the underpinning structures of cognitive psychology. Cognition itself has variously been defined as a process managed by systems of knowledge. There are concepts that explain that knowledge or even thinking is primarily a result of construction, and that this in many ways is the underlying principle of all forms of cognitive psychology. These methods centre on different analysis of isolated processes or occurrences. Cognitive psychology approaches present themselves in different forms psychology. The understanding of the concept... Psychology Cognitive Psychology and Knowledge...
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The Role and Representation of Women in Gypsy and Traveller Lifestyle
The Role and Representation of Women in Gypsy and Traveller Lifestyle
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...representation of Gypsy women in the media as well as the stereotypes which are presented among the media with this specific lifestyle. The research paper will use and ethnological and anthropological approach... 1.0 Introduction The role of gypsy women in the media is one which is continuously changing, specifically as it builds stereotypes and expectations with this group of individuals. The TV based sources are now taking different roles with the identity of Gypsy women, as seen through movies and productions such as “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding,” a five part documentary on Channel 4. These productions are continuously shown and identify the lifestyle of Gypsy women under specific pretences. These...
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Popular Culture Media Representation and the Construction of Social Reality ( See questionsessay thesis below)
Popular Culture Media Representation and the Construction of Social Reality ( See questionsessay thesis below)
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...representation of the ideas, views and standard wavelength of the society, in general. Therefore, the media also acts as a representation of the society's views that are often brought to a consensus in the media. As we know, the media comes in varied forms and types. The media is broadly divided into three types, Print Media, Broadcast... R.Preeti 27/11/2007 MEDIA Media is not only an amalgamation of various forms of communication, but also a great tool for bringing about unity in terms of social opinions, activities and ideas. The media often not only tells the society what is expected of them, but also acts as a ...
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How each culture/time period utilized specific conventions of representation and a method of delivering them
How each culture/time period utilized specific conventions of representation and a method of delivering them
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...representation and a method of delivering them. The Sumerian art form and architecture existed more than 4,000 years ago, and it is evidence of great skill and artistry that existed during that period. The art objects were principally used for religious purposes with painting and sculptures... Ancient Mesopotamian Art The art forms that prevailed in ancient Mesopotamia reflected the culture of Sumerians, Assyrians, and the Babylonians. Since all these cultures were similar in characteristics therefore their style of art can be grouped together. The art forms of ancient Mesopotamia today exist mainly in the forms of sculpture and architecture. Each culture/time period utilized specific conventions of...
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To what degree are these representation positive,negative, or politically mixed
To what degree are these representation positive,negative, or politically mixed
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...representation is one of the critical concepts that have raised a lot of questions in the society. Television is embedded into culture and therefore significantly explains the observed gradual... Television and Women Television is one of the mass media forms that is sweeping the globe and significantly influencing the social, political and economic order of the society. The history of television dates back to 18th century when it began to gain great popularity in the media industry. A lot of scholarly work has been undertaken to carry out investigative research into the possible psychological and philosophical concepts that are attached to television. Television’s relationship with gender representation ...
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Criminology Theories and Media Representation of Crime and Criminal Justice in Regarding the Boston Bombings
Criminology Theories and Media Representation of Crime and Criminal Justice in Regarding the Boston Bombings
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...REPRESENTATION OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN REGARDING THE BOSTON BOMBINGS The media plays an important role in formingattentiveness and sensitizing people about important occurrences. People will respond to different situations according to how it has been portrayed by the media. If the reporting shows that a certain kind of matter is very severe, then people will respond to it with a lot of care and concern especially of the occurrence was something that touched lives of people. When there are life threatening situations like criminal cases, people will always be eager to know the exact culprit, their whereabouts and other important information... CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORIES AND MEDIA...
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Elements of change and continuity in the history of London and its cinematic representation
Elements of change and continuity in the history of London and its cinematic representation
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...representation The of London has a history and a present, embedded in, and taken ahead by both the elements of continuity and change, as any other great city might have. The founding of the city of London is sometimes attributed to “Brute, a descendant of Aeneas”, who is supposed to have reached London almost a “century after the destruction of Troy” (Norton, 1829, p.4). And it is believed by many that 70 kings ruled London before Julius Caesar came to conquer this city (Norton, 1829, p.4). But Norton (1829, p.9) and Besant (2010, p.5) have contested this proposition and has said that when the Romans arrived, Britain... ? Elements of change and continuity in the history of London and its cinematic...
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What single reform would you implement to enhance democracy in Canada I picked Proportional Representation
What single reform would you implement to enhance democracy in Canada I picked Proportional Representation
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...Representation Introduction Proportional representation (PR) basically entails political parties listing and electing as many candidates as indicated by their proportion of the popular vote. Essentially, PR is designed to ensure that rather than a simple majority of plurality, all votes must count towards the result. It follows, therefore, that all healthy democracies should ensure equal access by all community members to the political process. On the other hand, when the same concept of PR is applied to the society as it is to the political system, several misgivings become apparent. Discrimination, racism and prejudice are vices that are as old as humanity and have existed alongside... Proportional...
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Abortion representation in the media : The UK and the US in comparative perspective
Abortion representation in the media : The UK and the US in comparative perspective
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...Representation in the Media UK and USA in Comparative Perspective United Kingdom: The termination of pregnancy or abortion is referred to as the end of prevailing foetus reproduction process, so it would not result in the birth of a child (Bacon, 2005). Abortion needs medical intervention, in spite of miscarriage which ends naturally. Abortion has always been a controversial issue among public; therefore, the government of UK legalized it in 1967 with the commencement of Abortion Act. However, abortion was applicable only after 12 weeks and restricted after 24 weeks, and after the passage of 24 weeks government did not provide any legislation to abort child. The Abortion Act secures... Representation in ...
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The Old Man and the Sea as a Symbolic Representation of Mans Journey of Life
The Old Man and the Sea as a Symbolic Representation of Man's Journey of Life
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...representation of man’s journey of life Ernest Hemingway’s ‘The Old Man and the Sea’ has often been considered as one among the most popular novels of English Literature that earned him Nobel Prize. It is the story of an old fisherman, Santiago and his heroic struggle against a great marlin and the evil sharks. The novelist invites the attention of the readers to Santiago’s suffering at the very beginning of the novel when he describes him as an unlucky man who returned empty-handed for long eighty four days. The suffering of the Old Man is intensified when the boy, Manolin’s parents prevented him from accompanying the Old Man. The boy was actually a comfort... ?‘The Old Man and the Sea’ as a symbolic...
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Can film as a medium support the development of ideas and techniques of representation on architecture
Can film as a medium support the development of ideas and techniques of representation on architecture
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...representation in architecture. Why do designers in recent years(20th Century), searching for ways to represent movement, time, space and temporal succession often draw back to films and especially the Expressionist avant garde films? (e.g. Bernard Tchumi in his Manhattan Transcripts). Film has been seen to anticipate the built forms of architecture and the city through Expressionist and Constructivism utopias that succeeded, where architecture failed, in bringing the future in the present. Freed from realitys financial, logistical and legal constraints, cinema... In this essay I want to examine the aspect of film which has acted, from the beginning of this century, as a sort of laboratory for the...
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(Elements of Drama) - Drama imitates reality through representation rather than imitation
(Elements of Drama) - Drama imitates reality through representation rather than imitation
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...representation rather than imitation 2006 Outline Introduction A. Definition of Tragedy B. Parts and Characteristic Features of Tragedy C. “Oedipus Rex” by Sophocles D. “Fences” by August Wilson E. Reality representation in both tragedies Conclusions Description In this paper we will briefly overview the structure, language and characteristic features of two pieces of tragedy “Oedipus Rex” by Sophocles and “Fences” by August Wilson. We will also analyze these plays with regard to the Aristotle’s “Poetics”. At the end we will drew conclusions about the representation of reality in these two tragedies. In this work we hypothesize that drama imitates reality through... Drama imitates reality through...
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An Examination of American and British Representation of Women Throughout and After the Second World War
An Examination of American and British Representation of Women Throughout and After the Second World War
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...Representation of Women throughout and After the Second World War Women throughout and After the Second World War 1 Contents 1 Introduction 2 2 A Call from Forces 3 2.2 American Women 3 2.2.1 Role in Military Services... Examination of American and British Representation of Women throughout and After the Second World War Women...
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Text and Practices: Gay and Lesbian Representation in the British Tabloid Press
Text and Practices: Gay and Lesbian Representation in the British Tabloid Press
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...Representation in the British Tabloid Press. Acknowledgements Table of Contents Chapter 1. Representation in News Media. 1.1 Introduction: News Media. 1.2 UK Tabloid Newspapers. 1.3 Aims, Methods and Limitations of the present study. Chapter 2. Literature Review. 2.1 Functions of Media in Modern Western Societies. 2.2 Feminism, gender theory and language. 2.3 Power, discourse and identity. 2.4 Heterosexual, gay and lesbian identity and language. 2.5 Summary and application to British tabloid journalism. Chapter 3. Methodology 3.1 Selection of sample. 3.2 Methods of analysis. Chapter 4. Results and Discussion. 4.1 Introduction and referencing conventions. 4.2... ? Text and Practices: Gay and Lesbian...
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Representation of Nature in The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot
Representation of Nature in The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot
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...Representation of Nature in The Mill on the Floss and in Romantic Poetry Department, Correspondence address. NATURE IN THE MILL ON THE FLOSS 2 The Representation of Nature in The Mill on the Floss and in Romantic Poetry During the era of Romanticism, nature was given an importance that was probably never given in any preceding era of English literature. This is widely believed to be a reaction to the excessive importance given to reason and the sciences during the Augustan era that preceded the Romantic age. The transition to the Victorian era was a complex one, though. An age where trade and commerce flourished and scientific inventions had started to show their effects in the form... of the...
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Representation and exploration of gender roles in popular film: Comrades, Almost a Love Story and Crouch
Representation and exploration of gender roles in popular film: Comrades, Almost a Love Story and Crouch
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...Representation and exploration of gender roles in popular films: Comrades, Almost a Love Story and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Introduction: Theradical process of modernization though commenced in the Western socio-cultural and socio-political environment during late 19th and early 20th century, however, it took more than sixty years to perceive impact on the same in the Chinese context: “Although, with the rapid modernization efforts ongoing since the early 1980s, conditions of life in many parts of the People’s Republic of China have been steadily improving, for many Chinese mainlanders Hong Kong remains a symbol of material plentitude and progress” (Chow 105). The...
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Human Rights in Saudi Arabia and its Representation in the Media
Human Rights in Saudi Arabia and its Representation in the Media
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...representation and trial by jury is not an aspect of Saudi law. Rather, judges are appointed to handle each and every case that comes before them. In such a way, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represents a complete antithesis to the traditional Western interpretation of the way in which justice is meted out. Due to its strict and rather insular understanding of Sharia law, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not merely violate human rights on a single level; rather, they are in violation of basic human rights upon a litany of different levels to include: the application of the death penalty for crimes as diverse as robbery, rape, drug use,, adultery, witchcraft, and sorcery....
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Representation of the female body in Hip Hop music videos An analysis of content
'Representation of the female body in Hip Hop music videos' An analysis of content
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...Representation of The Female Body in Hip Hop Music Videos An Analysis of Content Contents Introduction: 3 The Prevailing Musical Scene and the Place of Hip Hop Music in it: 3 Hip Hop Music – Its Origin. 4 The theme of Hip Hop Music: 5 Academic Literature: Portraying the Female Body as an object of Sexuality 6 Women represented as an object of sexuality: 6 Women represented as an answer for masculine lust for the female body. 7 Women as a platform and as a trendsetter for new and emerging fashion styles: 7 Representing the Male Lust to Indulge in Sexual Activity with Females: 7 Expression of other sensitive topics through Hip Hop Videos: 8 The Glamour Quotient in Hip Hop Music Videos 9... of institute...
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Compare and contrast the representation of women in the Iliad and the Odyssey
Compare and contrast the representation of women in the Iliad and the Odyssey
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...representation of women in the Iliad and the Odyssey Women have been adequately represented in both the Iliad and the Odyssey. However, the manners in which women have been represented in the two books differ from the manner in which men have been presented, owing to the fact that men remain the heroes of war in the two books. Further, while women have been applied in the two books to represent different roles, the Iliad and the Odyssey have given women different aspects of importance. The Odyssey demonstrates a variety of roles that women play in the lives of men. Their prominent roles are a symbol of faithfulness and seductresses. On the other hand, the Iliad demonstrates... Compare and contrast the...
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The representation of women in magazines through the decades till today
The representation of women in magazines through the decades till today
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...Representation of women in magazines through the decades till today Interactions of gender, and race have been of deep interest to sociology and bear significance in building a social identity. Perceptions of beauty and presentation combined with ways of dress accumulate to build one’s identity keeping in view the sociological aspects (Dines & Humez. 2010). Representations of women of different color and economic status would vary in the way of media representations as well. The ways in which the women are portrayed in the mass media have remained the areas of interest for feminists for a long period of time. Many of the texts based on the...
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Discuss the representation of the supernatural in Frankenstein and Lyrical Ballads and related writings
Discuss the representation of the supernatural in Frankenstein and Lyrical Ballads and related writings
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...representations used in the literary pieces which are all common in other works whether made during the Romantic Period, later or earlier. These representations are probably... ?Full Lyrical Ballads Lyrical Ballads came to be born in the existential years of Wordsworth and Coleridge who became friends, with a common denominator of a Romantic’s view of writing in simple words, picturing the common lives of people (Christ, David, Lewaski, Lipking, Logan, Lynch, Maus, Noggle, Ramazani, Robson, Simpson, Stallworthy & Stillinger 1498). Going over their works though and that of their contemporaries, the modern reader finds difficulty in understanding the meanings of the authors’ words. This is because of the...
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Representation of North America/North Americans in the Films of Santiago Alvarez
Representation of North America/North Americans in the Films of Santiago Alvarez
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...Representation of North America/North Americans in the Films of Santiago Alvarez Representation of North America/North Americansin the Films of Santiago Alvarez Santiago Alvarez Roman was a filmmaker born in Cuba in the early 20th Century. He is acclaimed to have written and directed several features on both Cuban and American cultures and people. The filmmaker used materials already found in other film clips, photographs and cartoons to further bring out the themes of his films. Such use of found materials in the production of films is referred to as the nervous montage technique (Chanan 1995, p.118). Santiago Alvarez’s films were found to illustrate the imperfections of the North American... ?...
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Abortion representation in the media : The UK and the US in comparative perspective
Abortion representation in the media : The UK and the US in comparative perspective
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...Representation in the Media UK and USA in Comparative Perspective United Kingdom: The termination of pregnancy orabortion is referred to as the end of prevailing foetus reproduction process, so it would not result in the birth of a child (Bacon, 2005). Abortion needs medical intervention, in spite of miscarriage which ends naturally. Abortion has always been a controversial issue among public; therefore, the government of UK legalized it in 1967 with the commencement of Abortion Act. However, abortion was applicable only after 12 weeks and restricted after 24 weeks, and after the passage of 24 weeks government did not provide any legislation to abort child. The Abortion Act secures... ? Abortion...
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Realistic representation of psychological concepts in the film A Beautiful Mind
Realistic representation of psychological concepts in the film A Beautiful Mind
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...REPRESENTATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CONCEPTS Realistic representation of psychological concepts in the film "A BeautifulMind" Name xxxx TAs Name and time and day of your section Introduction It is known in psychology that most people believe in their own personal experience so much that they ignore findings of research, even if the underlying scientific evidence is very compelling (Knapp, 1999, p.ix). And while this is not always a bad thing that we channel all events in our lives through our personal psychological filters, if we can use this term, it is important, though, that we do not lose the ability to see connections between our real-life experiences... Head: REALISTIC REPRESENTATION OF...
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Desperately Seeking Susan: Comparison of the representation of the City and the Suburbs
Desperately Seeking Susan: Comparison of the representation of the City and the Suburbs
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...Representation of the and the Suburbs On the surface, Desperately Seeking Susan appears to be a light romantic comedy. However, closer examination exposes a strong feminist message commenting on the constraints of suburban life opposing the freedom of urban life. The film portrays marriage as a trap and the bohemian lifestyle devoid of responsibility as a desirable, fulfilling alternative. This is evident after exploring the various cinematic devices used throughout, such as the film’s depiction of its male and female characters and their lifestyles, as well as their spaces and dress, and the music selection as outlined by Graeme Turner’s Film as Social... Desperately Seeking Susan: Comparison of the...
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Representation of Urban Culture in the Literary Works of Anzia Yezierska and Carl Sandburg
Representation of Urban Culture in the Literary Works of Anzia Yezierska and Carl Sandburg
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...representation of urban culture in the literary works of Anzia Yezierska and Carl Sandburg. Anzia Yezierska Anzia Yezierska was born in the 1880s in the town of Plinkst on the Russian-Polish border. She was the last of seven children to Bernard and Pearl Yezierska. Her family came to America in 1890 when she was a youngster, next in the footsteps of her eldest brother Meyer, who indoors to the states six years previous. Her work Yezierska carved her first short story, The Free Vacation House, an annoyed work concerning how aid imprisons its receivers it was published in 1915.Yezierska inscribed about... of the of the American Literature Introduction: This paper is intended to shed some light on the...
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Abortion representation in the media: The UK and the US in comparative perspective
Abortion representation in the media: The UK and the US in comparative perspective
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...representation of realistic facts. After the commencement of abortion... ? UK Media Representing Abortion Abortion has gained immense social, political and media attention throughout the history. Theprint and visual media has been portraying rightly and faultily performed abortions every day to the wider audience. On the other hand, television has always been representing it in a concealed manner. Avoidance on such a controversial subject can be observed in movies due to ever increased sensitivity demonstrated by pro-life and pro-choice campaigners. Political leaders use abortion to sway the voters for their own political objectives too. The hardly digestible fact is, why television and film media...
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HOW DOES THE MEDIA INFLUENCE THE PERCEPTION OF THE FEMALE REPRESENTATION
HOW DOES THE MEDIA INFLUENCE THE PERCEPTION OF THE FEMALE REPRESENTATION
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...Representation? If the print and the audio-visual media had theirway, a beanpole with probably a boiled egg on top would be the exemplar of female beauty! William Wordsworth may have talked of the “Phantom of Delight” without specifying its physical proportions and attributes. But if the modern media were to try to describe a beautiful woman, the description might not be far different from a “fairy of filleted flesh”! After all, with each passing day the media are driving more and more women in the West to emaciation in quest of the supposed body beautiful. Gone are the days when beauty lay in the eye... 217202 (April 7, 2008) How does the Media Influence Perception of the Female Representation? If...
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Marketing - The Competitive Equilibrium in an Exchange Economy and Its Representation Using an Edgeworth Box
Marketing - The Competitive Equilibrium in an Exchange Economy and Its Representation Using an Edgeworth Box
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...representation using an Edgeworth Box In an exchange economy, it is every consumer’s goal to be at a competitive advantage than all other consumers. In the endevor to attain pareto optimality in consumption, several assumptions have been fronted in the analysis of attaining the desired efficiency. These include; Consumers are assumed to be price takers, only two goods and individuals exist in the given economy and that there is a fixed and definite endowments of the goods that they are allowed to trade. More over , it is assumed that consumers will usually maximize their consumption within the indifference curves with the fact... Competitive equilibrium in an exchange economy and its representation...
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Hollywood Musical Men: The representation of the dancing man post-classical American Musicals
Hollywood Musical Men: The representation of the dancing man post-classical American Musicals
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...Representation of the Dancing Man in Post ical American Movies Name of University Abstract The principal of gender in American musicals has been directed through the American male. This project will identify the dancing man and how he is portrayed in post-classical American musicals and movies. Although women have been the subject of the musical extravaganzas of the 1920s to 1940s the way that the male is portrayed has become a recent interpretation. Using a variety of media including movie posters and movie trailers this paper will explore the macho male image along with the homoeroticism, narcissistic and sexual nature of the portrayal... Running head: Hollywood Dancing Men Hollywood Dancing Men: The...
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The representation of relationship between femininity and masculinity: Explore the interchanging roles of men and women
The representation of relationship between femininity and masculinity: Explore the interchanging roles of men and women
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...representation of relationship between femininity and masculinity: Explore the interchanging roles of men and women Over time, gender roles have evolved to realize a shift from what was previously the norm. Gender roles are not entirely the result of the process of birth but are accrued from various instructions, life experiences and visual emulation of what is happening in society. Color is one strong aspect that has been used to create visual differences between what is considered feminine and what is considered masculine. Toys and clothes designed for children are often color coded where pink is used primarily for those belonging to girls and blue for boys. Ironing sets are often designed...
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Image representation of Women in Magazines (which are targeted to University Students)
Image representation of Women in Magazines (which are targeted to University Students)
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...Representation 2.5 Afghan Girl 2.6 Objectification and Subjectification 2.7 The Female Image in Marketing 2.8 Perfection 2.9 Summary 3.0 Chapter Three: Methodology 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Secondary Research 3.3 Primary Research 3.4 Participants 3.5 Summary 4.0 Chapter Four: Focus Group Interview 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Fig. 1 Afghan... ? The Image of Women in Magazines and the Media and the Social Impact on the Perception of the Female Form Table of Contents 0 Chapter Introduction 1.1 Background 1.2 Theoretical Approach 1.3 Research Questions 1.4 Purpose of the Study 2.0 Chapter 2: Literature Review 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Female Images in the Media 2.3 What is Image? 2.4 Photojournalism and the Nature of Female...
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ELEMENTS OF DESIGN AND STORIES OF SPACE, MEDIA REPRESENTATION,STEREOTYPES,AND CRITICAL HISTORICAL CONTEXT, ART EUCATION
ELEMENTS OF DESIGN AND STORIES OF SPACE, MEDIA REPRESENTATION,STEREOTYPES,AND CRITICAL HISTORICAL CONTEXT, ART EUCATION
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...Representation, Stereotypes, and Critical Historical Context, Art EducationPost 1: Elements of a Design Following the lecture sessions, students in their posting came up with a variety of themes drawn from the lecture notes. Some of the themes discussed include gender roles. Observations show that gender is a theme that we interact with in every situation in our lives. For instance, when walking from class, taking a walk down the street and can be traced in our own history records. Many societies in the recent time are struggling with gender roles and positions with women hoping to achieve equity with men (Basten 2012). The initial posting themes also... Elements of Design and Stories of Space, Media...
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To compare and contrast representation of class in two media texts
To compare and contrast representation of class in two media texts
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...representation of in two media texts Since the very advent of civilisation, differences have characterised its development, and indeed the very structure of human society. In this paper, we trace the visualisation of class trends in two sample movies, comparing and contrasting them through different scenes, and applying established class theories in relation to define present media sensibilities in relation to "class". The movie themes we shall focus on, are, "Titanic" and "Notting Hill". In the modern age where the difference between haves' and have-nots' is so clearly pronounced, the media especially... To compare and contrast...
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Django unchained : Media representation
Django unchained : Media representation
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...? Django unchained is based in 1858 America Texas to be precise. A former German dentist turned bounty hunter Dr. KingSchultz meets Django a black slave being transported by the Speck brothers. He is looking for fugitives called the Brittle brothers and luckily Django knows them. This causes him to buy Django for himself. It is then that Dr Schultz informs Django that he is inpursuit of John, Rodger and EllisBrittle. He then proposes to Django that if he agrees to help him locate and identify the brothers he will grant him his freedom plus a horse and additionalUS$75.00. Django accepts this offer and he receives training from the Dr who hopes to make him his deputy. The two manage to locate... Django...
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Identity and Representation
Identity and Representation
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...?Development of Personal Identity A single characteristic does not explain how an individual is identified. An individual is recognized by the interaction of the environment and what he or she does in life. Occupation of a person is a way of identifying a person at workplace, while in a university a person can be identified by the degree being perused. Also, a person can be identified by events and activities he or she is involved with. Identity of a person is molded or shaped by activities a person engages in. That being said, there are characteristics that influence a person’s identity in a more direct or indirect manner. My beliefs and values are developed in social groups where my... of Personal...
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How is technology helping our understanding of future architectural space throughout film representation and use of mixed realit
How is technology helping our understanding of future architectural space throughout film representation and use of mixed realit
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...Representations Introduction Film has become the most common form of media in the recent times. In the past, the role of film in architecture was restricted to the mere presentation of history and concepts during lectures. However, the media of film can be used to represent newer visions of architecture for the future. Suffice to say, film can be used to represent the possibilities of future architecture in a realistic and thought provoking manner. Further, the film media makes it possible for the audience to appreciate architecture in an experiential manner by moving in the architectural spaces (Boake, 2007). Previously, architecture was restricted... to the simple two dimensional...
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What is representation and why does it matter Discuss with reference to at least two specific examples
What is representation and why does it matter Discuss with reference to at least two specific examples
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...representation and why does it matter? Representation, as the implies is reflection of a thing or being in another, in the broadest sense. According to Stuart Hall, representation is, “the production of meaning of the concepts in our minds through language. It is the link between concepts and language which enables us to refer to either the “real” world of objects, people or events, or indeed imaginary worlds of fictional objects, people and events” (Hall, 1997: 17). Hall’s definition of representation essentially requires the human mind to be pre-equipped with the concepts and significance of things the language talks about so that the meaning is adequately grasped and interpreted... in...
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Compare two Member States participation and representation in the European Parliament. Questions to answer are on Details section
Compare two Member States participation and representation in the European Parliament. Questions to answer are on Details section
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...REPRESENTATION IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT By College Department 7 December 2014 The European Parliament represents the grouping of people brought together under the European Community. It began as a simple assembly of national parliaments that were appointed to the European Parliament. The direct election began in 1979 and since then, it has become the only directly elected organ in the European Union. This parliament has progressively been transformed from being a purely consultative body into a legislative one. Currently, it passes most of the European laws and its powers may soon be further stretched, if the Lisbon treaty goes into force. My countries... CZECH REPUBLIC AND BELGIUM’S PARTICIPATION AND...
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Critically consider the relationship between television output and/or television viewing and issues of representation and identi
Critically consider the relationship between television output and/or television viewing and issues of representation and identi
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...representation and identity. There are two arguments advanced on the significance of representation: first, individuals desire to see people like them; second, it is critical that people view other people unlike them. This drives the logic of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ representation in which good representation educates and poor representation considered injurious. In both cases, there is a perception that television output can shape how individuals view themselves (their identities). Television output/viewing impacts on viewer’s... ? Words: 2076 Introduction Popular media such as the television has experienced a significant amount of technological expansion within the last century. With a mere flip of the TV...
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Evaluate research on the nature of the representation of information and how it significantly impacts thinking in inductive reasoning
Evaluate research on the nature of the representation of information and how it significantly impacts thinking in inductive reasoning
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...representation οf information Evaluate research on the nature of the representation of information and how it significantly impacts thinking in inductive reasoning [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] Evaluate research on the nature of the representation of information and how it significantly impacts thinking in inductive reasoning Psychological studies οf formal reasoning have fallen largely into two domains: deductive reasoning and statistical inference. These two endeavours have much in common and some researchers work in both areas. In both cases, participants are presented with what problem-solving researchers call well-defined problems. A well-defined problem can... Running Head:...
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Argument paper about: Kary Meyers Skredsvigs article, Eves Daughter, Marys Child: Womens Representation in Hawthornes The Birthmark
Argument paper about: Kary Meyers Skredsvig's article, Eve's Daughter, Mary's Child: Women's Representation in Hawthorne's 'The Birthmark'
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...Representation in Hawthornes The Birthmark’ that traditional analysis of the work are lacking. The author explains that many feel that the most important theme in “The Birthmark” is an exploration of the interplay and conflict between humanism and science. The doctor uses all of his scientific powers to remove the blemish from the cheek of his wife, all to disastrous results. The bonds that tied Georgiana to the mortal world were somehow contained in the birthmark that Aylmer becomes obsessed with removing from his wife’s cheek. Kary Meyers Skredsvig argues that the truest theme of the story is not in the conflict... Kary Meyers Skredsvig argues in her article Eves Daughter, Marys Child: Womens...
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De Valdes, Maria Elena. Verbal and Visual Representation of women: Como Agua Para Chocolate/Like Water for Chocolate
De Valdes, Maria Elena. Verbal and Visual Representation of women: Como Agua Para Chocolate/Like Water for Chocolate
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...Representation of women: Como Agua Para Chocolate/Like Water for Chocolate." World Literature Today 69.1 (1995): 78. Academic Search Premier. Web. 31 Oct. 2011.” By de Valdes, Maria Elena. De Valdes has clearly stated that she wants to discuss the visual and verbal imagery used to build the portrayal of the women in the novel and subsequently the film, which was based on the novel. The critic takes a review of the Mexican society and tries to find relevant customs, traditions, societal structure in order to fill the colour in the portrayals in the novel making... of the relationship when he stops objectifying her. Dr John Brown also plays a very significant role in Tita’s life. The imagery...
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Critically evaluate the effectiveness of the new actors in employment relations in providing a viable alternative to employee representation
Critically evaluate the effectiveness of the new actors in employment relations in providing a viable alternative to employee representation
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...REPRESENTATION By University Date (Word count 2499) Introduction Employment relations can be described in broad terms and is evolving every day. It, therefore, has a no definite definition but narrowing down to a business environment, the international labour organisation (2011) describes employment relations as the relationship that exist between the employer and the employee. This relationship is considered to have legal implications meaning there are rights and obligations that must be maintained and met respectively (“Employment Relationship”, 2011). Various actors have been fighting... such as; NGOs, HR consultancy firms, employment agencies, chaplains, health advisors and trainers,...
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A close textual analysis of the representation of race in a recent fictional film or fictional television programme (produced within the last three years). Remember that the media example doesnt have to obviously explore the representation of race as
A close textual analysis of the representation of race in a recent fictional film or fictional television programme (produced within the last three years). Remember that the media example doesnt have to obviously explore the representation of race as
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...representation of race in “Citizen Khan” which led to complaints of both racism and the shown being unfunny (Akbar, 2012). On the other end of the spectrum are people who believe that the show provided an accurate portrayal of South Asian Muslim immigrants and their failed attempts to assimilate into mainstream culture (Khan, 2012). It needs to be examined how the representation of South Asian Muslims in general and Pakistani Muslims in Great... Introduction and Background Race has been a source of active contention in fictional works. The recent airing of “Citizen Khan” led to complaints by South Asian Muslims living in Great Britain (Lawson, 2012) (BBC, 2012). The proposed case study looks into the...
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Examine how photographic portraiture has often been utilised for the honourific representation and/or subjugation of particular
Examine how photographic portraiture has often been utilised for the honourific representation and/or subjugation of particular
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...REPRESENTATION AND/OR SUBJUGATION OF PARTICULAR S Institution In the photographic practice early ages, one can detect a yearning of rendering photography as a painting continuation. In that note, early photographers were trying to shoot pictures that resembled portraits. Portrait portraiture or photography is taking photos of an individual or crowd of people, which exhibits the personality, expression, as well as the subject’s mood (Castleman 2007) and (Bazin 2005). Like other forms of portrait making, the photograph focus is normally the individual's face, though the entire body as well as the context or background may... ?EXAMINE HOW PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITURE HAS OFTEN BEEN UTILIZED FOR THE HONORIFIC...
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Have our hegemonic ideas of masculinity changed Answer this question by comparing and contrasting the representation of mascul
Have our hegemonic ideas of masculinity changed Answer this question by comparing and contrasting the representation of mascul
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...representation in journalism, mass and media communication. They focus on the reproduction of cultural configurations of feminity and masculinity as naturally determined by sexual diversity and physiological differences. The Searchers film mainly outlines racism issues and journalism industries, in the perspective of male masculinity. There is the arising question of distinction of masculinity in experience, enaction and representation in media texts such as films, magazines, advertisements, literature and/or television series... Task Hegemonic Ideas of Masculinity in the Film Industry Introduction The films The Searchers (1956) and Michael Clayton (2007) are used to outline the concerns of male...
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Is the US government acting ethically towards detainees with regards to confinement, access to legal representation, torture methods
Is the US government acting ethically towards detainees with regards to confinement, access to legal representation, torture methods
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...representation, torture methods etc remain the most pertinent issues of the contemporary times in America. The widespread cases of in-house torture and in-human treatment of wartime prisoners and civilian detainees have brought to the fore the need for more effective measures of ethical paradigms and human rights. The Guantanamo torture of detainees and Abu Ghraib, unlawful detention of civilians and other such cases expose the human rights violations of American forces and homeland security. The aftermath of 9/11 has brought out ‘war on terrorism’ where torture of innocent has become a by-word for preemptive and preventive actions against future terrorist acts... 9/11 was a black day in the history of...
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Discuss the representation of social and/or sexual differences in any one or two films by Bergman
Discuss the representation of social and/or sexual differences in any one or two films by Bergman
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...Representation of Social and/or Sexual differences in Summer with Monica by Bergman The film, Summer with Monica (1953), provides a great glimpse, into the world as we know it in reality, and how human perception can at times guide individuals in living a ‘different life’, in fantasy. The two key casts, in their characteristic roles, aptly represent this by bringing out the best and worst, of each gender’s choice in life and human socialization. This is fused wonderfully, with the prevailing socio-economic contexts present, as well as religio-cultural perspectives, in displaying life in an urban setting of Europe. This is fundamental due to the influential nature of...
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