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    Gunther Kress

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    In the paper, Gunther Kress (Kress, G. 2005) analyzes the affordances and the constraints of moving from a principally print-driven society to a picture driven society. Kress bases on social semiotic hypothesis to represent significance making: Words are (relatively) empty entities-in a semiotic account they are signifiers to be filled with meaning rather than signs full of meaning, and the task of the reader is to fill these relatively vacant entities with her or his meaning. This is the task we call interpretation, namely interpreting what sign the writer may have intended to make with this signifier (Kress, G. 2005). The most important here, and somewhere else in his illustrations is that importance is currently composed by the experiencer,…

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    In order to execute Gunther, we must take the teleporting machine to Gunther’s territory using the secret password that my dad knows because he was part of TNE. Once we arrive at TNE’s territory we start walking towards Gunther’s secret home. Within a few seconds of walking through the muggy jungle we hear sounds. My father grabs my hands and we both jump behind a bush together. Then I hear the roar of an engine coming towards us. My father puts his finger up to his lips to remind me to remain…

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    I believe that Gunther chose to present the death in this way because Johnny had been through so much the past year or so and he has been fighting for his life and pushing his body to limits his, nor anybody's body has never been, he continued to amaze every doctor, person, and friend he came across. I believe Gunther wrote it this way because he wanted it to be subtle due to the fact that Johnny has no hope left, he now has a deadly tumor in his brain. His parents wanted to "keep him alive as…

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    One act that I did for a teacher was in the preschool for Ms. Campbell. There was a stack of messy papers in the back of the classroom so I organized them into a neat stack. Ms. Campbell was grateful for this deed, I asked her how it looked and she said “ it looks great, it’s so much better! Thank you!” Doing this act made me proud knowing that I could help her. This act also made me glad that I could do the act for her and she wouldn’t have to do it herself or worry about it any longer. Another…

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    a vassal, leading to Brünhilde plotting to murder Siegfried with Hagen to regain her honour and that of the King 's (Cowell 135). It can, therefore, be understood that Siegfried unintentionally arranged his own death, which also led Kriemhild 's need to regain her integrity and honour, which Brünhilde didn 't need to do herself since Hagen did it for her. From this need, she develops a revenge plan in which she "becomes a hero in pursuit of integrity just like a masculine hero" (Cowell 135), yet…

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    because they are no longer “in” forcing them to take the stairs. Jerome and Esme are their new guardians who focus on what’s in, out, and money. Esme claimed that Olaf was “out’ so the doorman would not let him in. They claimed that orphans are the new trend so that’s why they agreed to take care of them. They live in a 71 bedroom apartment but they toy room doesn’t have chewable toys, the tool room doesn’t have tools, and the library only has what’s “in.” Shortly after arriving they are…

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    Gender Bias In Sports

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    Traditionally, sports in the United States has consistently respected and been of privilege to the man, to the transparent fundamental deprivation of women. Undeniably, the passing of Title IX, which tried to contract the degree of sexual bias in sports around the United States, is authentication of the separation and disconnection between genders (US Department of Education, 2015). Research has been administered on the prejudice and lack of balance regarding men and women having to do with…

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    Archer Mayor Case

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    publications consultant, history researcher, newspaper writer, medical illustrator, political advance man, lab technician, travel writer, feature writer, scholarly editor, historian, teacher, and photographer turned critically acclaimed author. In addition to the many professions he has held over the years, he has lived on two continents and several countries and speaks Spanish and English. Given his many occupations and wanderlust he is best described as unemployable though he loves to describe…

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    Rear Window Dichotomy

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    cell that the policing force are keeping Annabelle in. For this premise, Gunther enters the cell to speak with Annabelle who lays there silently and obstinately. The interesting aspect of this scene is the way the director transitions each shot, they utilize a technique where they start with the focus being on Annabelle and then she goes out of focus as Gunther comes into focus. Matching this with the reverse shot indicates that the conversation is happening between the two individuals even…

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    deemed appropriate towards woman. In Sexual violence and rape in the Middle Ages: a critical discourse in premodern German and European literature, the author, Albrecht Classen, argues three main points that signifies the inferiority of female characters in the Nibelungenlied. First, Classen argues that in the Nibelungenlied, males display fear towards the female gender, and the text was not overly concerned with the notion of “courtly love” (34). Thus, men became apprehensive towards the…

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