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    What was the cause, the point, the strategy? And suddenly many Americans started to realize that there was no good answer” (Quindlen). By giving her audience the background knowledge that she was a mother who had a son dead, she provokes emotion into the audience that makes them feel sorry for Sheehan and helps them jump onto Quindlen 's bandwagon that Bush is a horrible person since he refused to speak with her. Quindlen was correct in saying that Sheehan had showed up at Bush 's ranch, wanting answers about her son’s death from the Iraq war. This can be proven as there is a news report on Sheehan saying, “Sheehan, who co-founded the anti-war group Gold Star Families for Peace led about 50 demonstrators near the Bush ranch Saturday.” (Quijano) asking “ 'why did he kill my son? '” and “ 'ask him [the president] what that noble cause was '”( Quijano). These direct statements for the source herself, Cindy Sheehan, prove that Quindlen did not make a fallacy with her information, just with her choice of words/placement. Compared to Stokers article, Quindlen 's article appears full of emotional appeal to get her audience to join her in her 'Bush hating club '. This sharp contrast in Stoker 's article can be seen as he states, “When the…

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    According to Ramon (2008), it is essential to provide exited students the opportunity to talk through their side of the story and give them information to confront any irrational ideas regarding the appropriateness of their behaviour. The students thus can clearly identify the problem with their behaviour in class. The following dialogue is recommended to be conducted to deal with Steve in the scenario to help him to clarify his problem. As the teacher saw the pen which had been thrown by Steve…

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    Cindy Sherman is one of the best-known photographers working today. Her decades long performativity routine of capturing herself under various pretenses has delivered a large number of contemporary craftsmanship 's most notable and persuasive pictures. Cindy Sherman was conceived on January, nineteenth 1954 an American photographer, and film chief, best known for her theoretical representations. She was conceived in Glen edge, New Jersey, the most youthful of five youngsters. Sherman got to be…

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    many attempts by photographers to challenge the line between reality and fiction. Cindy Sherman is one of the photographers who create images that ignite the speculative relationship between reality and fiction. Through her photography, Cindy Sherman develops a new path where she fosters a visual discourse and opens up a discussion on the power of images and the message that the image communicates to the viewer. In many of her images, Sherman serves as her own model breeding documentary and…

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    bumps in the rode. Ballard was kicked out of The Supremes in 1967, after she didn’t show up at several performances. “Ballard was replaced by a member of Patti LaBelle and the Blue Belles, Cindy Birdsong” (Diana Ross and The Supremes). She was Married and had three children during her short life. She suffered with depression and high blood sugar, and later died of cardiac arrest in 1976, at age 32 (Diana Ross and The Supremes). Mary wilson however had a much better career. “Wilson would go on…

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    Artists use their own personal context and connection to their society. Barbara Kruger does this through her work “Buy Me, I’ll Change Your Life” as she confronts consumer culture, economic and social issues. Another work by Kruger “We’ve received orders not to move” this work also reflecting her societal link. The Guerilla Girls are a group of anonymous feminists that fight racism and sexism in the art world. Two of their works include, “How many works by women artists were in the Andy Warhol…

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    Mackenzie McHale, a main character on the show The Newsroom, plays an integral role as Will McAvoy’s executive producer at ACN. Mackenzie, being an intense, caring, and passionate person, intervenes in the lives of other characters to encourage their growth and development. Since she views herself as a very determined individual, Mac utilizes her vast array of knowledge and her quick wit to outsmart anyone and face all of the challenges and pitfalls that come with running a fast-paced news show.…

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    How Did 9 11 Kill People

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    The 9/11 attacks were horrifying. On 9/11 two terrorist over took planes and were rammed into the twin towers in New York City also known as the world trade center according to document 1. People were jumping out of windows to their deaths or would die from the plane crashing and the towers falling. Many died that day and many were injured. The government needed to step in but killing people or just blaming people wasn’t very satisfying either. President George w. Bush was linking the 9/11…

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    9/11 2001 Pros And Cons

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    government has taken in effect of 9/11 has been criticized very much, two of those criticisms are how while we are defeating Al-Qaeda forces we are also bombing innocent civilians, and how the “War of terror” is making the U.S. citizens disagree and makes them feel like they aren’t united any more. Cindy Sheehan is criticizing the government’s choice on bombing the Taliban because her son was killed in the war and she feels that we are bombing innocent victims of the war and they don’t deserve…

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    Christian Mass Media

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    As a Christian, what should be our perspective on the news media? Our perspective should be not to believe everything you hear and see in mass media or news media because as we know it is not always truthful and can be biased. Fred Barnes provides many examples of unfair and unbalanced writing such as the Cindy Sheehan story that was created by the media. The facts were not correct from the beginning, the media portrayed her “as a poor woman who wanted to see President Bush because her son had…

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