The Importance Of Perception

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Sensation in its most fundamental form is kenned as the ability to "feel" through our senses. Those senses being: visual perception, aurally perceiving, taste, touch and smell. When these senses are externally stimulated they are transmitted to our brain for perception. Perception in its most fundamental form can be described as the way we internalize the constant stimulants we receive throughout everyday life.
Our perception of the world around us opens doors to the conditions of existence. We, as humans, use our sensors to generalize and categorize everything around us. We absorb and categorize our surroundings into things and feelings (Hibberd 2014). An apple is an apple, a bike is a bike - but when it comes to dissecting the events and
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I see cognition as acquiring knowledge from stimulants and processing that information. I see perception as what our own personal outtake and reaction is to the cognitive information that we receive. “[…] the stability of an objective conception of reality depends on the accessibility of its subjective roots. Such a statement presupposes that perception is not just conceived as a sensorial depiction of what happens to exist out there, an on the spot imprint of the stimulus context […]” (Ellis, Newton 2005). With this being said, the question arises of whether or not perception can take place in both conscious and unconscious awareness.
Consciousness is a state of awareness, with said awareness acknowledging factors externally and internally to ourselves. Debates have taken place for centuries over what being
SENSATION & PERCEPTION
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I take this into consideration when generalizing the world around me in terms of social media, music and film. In music and film we witness stories unfold before our eyes and ears. These stories though not in our own personal realities often reflect our lives. I enjoy music and film with story lines that may be elaborate but still touches on the basic fabrics of human life. People, when presented with a problem may react differently, but it is our ability to compute the problem that is the same. The outcome may differ, but its transferal into our brain (awareness) is one and the same. I am going to discuss the varying perceptions pertaining to popular music video and film. Specifically the dissection of music videos: "Chandelier", "Breezeblocks", "Someone Like You" and the films “500 Days of Summer" and “Beauty and the

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