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    Question 1 The pre-linguistic stage occurs in the child’s first year and includes the development of gestures, eye contact, babbling, cooing, and crying. The holophrase stage occurs between the age of 10 and 13 months where the child utters a single word but shows response to non-verbal cues. The two-word sentences stage happens between 18 and 20 months, where the child learns to express ideas that concern relationships (Foster- Cohen 2014). The multiple-word sentences stage occurs from the age…

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    astonished to find that she rolled her hips softly and dragged her feet a little as though she were wearing Turkish slippers” She walked around without any limitations. At one point she even placed her hand on a woman’s breast. This is a such a huge gesture, especially when looked at when it was written and the amount of restrictions the character feels placed on her, by society. The act of placing her hand on another woman’s breast is defiant of all social expectations and what is socially…

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    What is effective communication? Effective communication is set into three categories, which are verbal, non-verbal and graphic communication. Each of these types of communication have the same process as it consist of two main parts which is the sender and the receiver. The process is constantly rotating between sender and the receiver as the ‘sender’ conducts a message and it is sent to the receiver, which is then understood and interpreted. Depending on the type of deliver that the sender…

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    The Waving Girl Analysis

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    invites people to project their own narratives onto it. The Waving Girl brings the past into a present context and create fantasies out of three simple elements. When I first visited Savannah and walked around River Street I was amazed by the statue gesture and the beautiful sunset hitting the statue’s back. For a while I sat at the benches enclosing The Waving Girl and noticed how she welcomed the boats. Through my eyes, the statue projected and air of melancholy as I imagined she waved…

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    1940 Art Research Paper

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    Abstract art was important and became one of the biggest changes in the art of the 1940’s. Regionalism and Social Realism were popular in the 1930’s and a small portion of the 1940’s Abstract Expressionism art had two types called gesture and color (Campbell). The gesture was more energetic and basically all over the place while color had to do with more focus. “Imaginary was primarily abstract.”(Campbell) “Peggy Guggenheim opens the gallery art of the century in New York.”(Campbell) The museum…

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    advantage, by combining powerful speech and meaningful gestures, while sprinkling humor throughout her speech to keep the audience engaged. Statements like “homelessness from my hum-lessness” and “it’s all reality, all sweat, all blood, no tears,” are examples of verbal communication that make the speaker seem intelligence and well spoken. They’re beautifully written and powerfully delivered. Shonda pairs her commanding language with purposeful gestures. She is still, except when she moves her…

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    Sexual assault and stalking are two main things that victims have to deal with. Sexual assault is any kind of sexual activity with anyone who is not in a position to give informed consent. This includes rape, attempted rape, sexual harassment, obscene gestures or phone calls, and sexual activity with a minor, whether penetration occurs or not. Stalking is unwanted and repeated contact from another person. Intentional, malicious, repeated following or harassing behavior that causes the victim to…

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    Bed Room Bed

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    The artwork is filled with symbolic gestures which are able to communicate their own story to the viewer these include empty booze bottles, fag butts, stained sheets and worn panties. The objects suggest activities undertaken by the artist deemed as disgraceful and disgusting. However through…

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    Imagine a world in which your voice could not be heard or a world where no one understood the language that you spoke. Would you be able to communicate your wants, needs, and thoughts to others? Many people on the Autism spectrum struggle with these issues every day and are often misunderstood because of their difficulty with communication and social interaction. Autism is a complex developmental disorder that affects 1 in 88 children during the first three years of their lives. Faced with…

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    For this second assignment, I have chosen to talk about dry media and wet media art works. “The dry media, which include metalpoint, chalk, charcoal, graphite, and pastel, consist of coloring agents, or pigments, that are sometimes ground or mixed with substances that hold the pigment together, called binders.”(p.165) I selected the composition “Study of a Woman's Head or the Angel of the Vergine delle Rocce, 1473” by Leonardo da Vinci. This is merely just a sketch of a woman's head from the…

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