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    Mistero Buffo was first performed October 2, 1969 outside Milan by Dario Fo (Behan 99). Oftentimes, his performances of Mistero Buffo were with his wife, Franca Rame, who stated that Fo began collecting these pieces seven years earlier. However, his revisions of Biblical texts date back to 1953 (Behan 95). Inspired by Marxist theories, he strove “to make audiences become aware that their position in society is a consequence of the privileges and oppression perpetrated at their expense by another…

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    Essay I: Ideology, a term that we all know exists, but very few truly understand the essence that lies behind such a word. Many questions arise when one thinks of ideology such as, but not limited to, “What is ideology?” and “Where do individuals come to acquire their ideology, as in is it born into the genetics that make up who they are, or is it created through the experiences of their life?”. Louis Althusser was a 20th century French philosopher that devoted much of his life to the study of…

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    Hegemony is rooted in the struggle for power and influence in a given community. In 1971, Antonio Gramsci wrote in “Selections from Prison Notebooks”, that the ruling class dominates the lower class through intellectual rule. Gramsci added, “The supremacy of a social group manifests itself in two ways, as domination and as intellectual and moral leadership.” This is the foundation of his ideas about cultural hegemony, intellectual and moral leadership. Gramsci started the conversation about…

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    Hungary woman tripped refugees Snapshot of the issue According the news from the telegraph, 25th SEP, a Hungarian camerawoman was caught tripped refugees who carried a kid when refugees rushed passed her. This woman called Petra Laszlo, works for N1TV. After this issue, she was fired by this Tv station. The N1TV said Petra’s behavior is unacceptable and working relationship was ended (Ensor 2015). She also aroused whole public’s anger, many criticized that she is a racist heartless woman. Few…

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    Hegemony is rooted in the struggle for power and influence in a given community. In 1971, Antonio Gramsci wrote in “Selections from Prison Notebooks”, that the ruling class dominates the lower class through intellectual rule. Gramsci added, “The supremacy of a social group manifests itself in two ways, as domination and as intellectual and moral leadership.” This is the foundation of his ideas about cultural hegemony, intellectual and moral leadership. Gramsci started the conversation about…

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    Violin Concerto in F Minor by Vivaldi In the year 1720 a composer named Antonio Vivaldi created what is known as one of his greatest master pieces: The Four Seasons. It’s a concerto about, as the title suggests, the four seasons of the year. He wrote them to accompany poems about the seasons. The section of the concerto known as Winter, or “L'inverno" is the piece this paper focuses on. “L’inverno” is played with strings. Meaning it has violins, violas, and cello. Accompanying these strings…

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    boy group singing and doing a choreographed dance to entice the crowd. The music in this exerpt is also upbeat and there are many beats throughout the song. The third excerpt that I found was a performance by Croatian Baroque Ensemble performing Antonio Vivaldi’s “Concert for Two Violins”.…

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    When grounded upon Raymond Williams’ concept of the dominant society and the perpetual flux between filtering residual and emergent cultures, the existence of the novel by such definitions are placed into that of the former. Novels represent a notion of residual culture that has been deeply absorbed within the current superstructure as “they contribute to the effective dominant culture and are a central articulation of it” (Williams 1434), while creating more production for the base through…

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    Art is a mechanism by which the artist turns the simple into the phenomenal, the static into the dynamic, the two dimensional into the three dimensional, and can be looked at through the lens of Gestalt psychology--the concept that the work as a whole is different from the sum of its individual parts. Based on the current, Western perception of progress, society can be broken into collections of nations and regions that form pseudo classes or castes--the most distinct being the Emerging…

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    Gramsci Prison Notebooks

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    Totalizing: Before the 1970s, many social theorists imagined society as an integrated whole. Thus, they attempted that a universal logic accounted for all human experience. However later theorist have criticized, earlier theories as “totalizing attempts” and argue that universal mechanisms and assumptions cannot account for the variations in human development and history. Also, Later theorist assert traditional social science premised on white, patriarchal, male dominated European colonialism…

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