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  • Dancing Outlaw: Ethical Issues In Documentary Film

    but some filmmakers might not use the most ethical approach to achieve that goal. Documentaries can “stand for or represent the views of individuals, groups, and institutions” (Nichols, 45). This can lead to issues later, because if a filmmaker’s documentary shows a person in a different light then the way they see themselves, they are not going to be too happy. Though it may seem that be honesty and true to your subject is what most people would want to do, sometimes it’s not as clear to people what your intentions are. One example of this is Jacob Young’s documentary Dancing Outlaw. In this documentary, we are introduced to Jesco White and his family that live-in Boone County. Throughout the documentary we learn a lot of unsavory…

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  • The Wild And Wonderful White Analysis

    The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia is a documentary in which explores the life of the White family. The White family is known around town for drug activity, forgery, embezzlement, armed robbery, and fights. Narrated by Mamie White, the oldest daughter of D. Ray and Bertie White, she tells the story of both the living and deceased family members. Her father, D. Ray, was a mountain dancing legend and patriarch of the family. D. Ray became famous before he was murdered in 1985 and was…

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  • False Hope Of The American Dream Analysis

    from various regions and background were desperate for this American Dream. Sadly, for most Americans who lacked the necessary wealth to do so failed. F. Scott Fitzgerald shows how the American dream is unattainable to those without money through the symbolism of a flower. This flower is a daisy, which consist of a green stem, yellow core, and white petals. The stem is representative of the wealthy roots necessary for the American dream. The yellow core represents the reality and the white…

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  • Color And Location In Marketing

    In the study, college students in the southern part of the United States were shown a color on a computer screen and asked to give their emotional response to each color. The results found that principal hues (e.g., red, blue, green, etc.) were rated 80% positively. The results also showed that achromatic colors (e.g., white, black, and grey) were rated positively only 29.2% of the time. Green was the most positively rated color and participants associated green with nature and soothing…

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  • Hartman Color Code Research Paper

    well as, our ability to work in groups successfully. Dr. Taylor Hartman is a former professor from California State University who has coached businesses and individuals for over 30 years. His work revolves around understanding the uniqueness of personalities and relationships (The Power of Color: What Does Your Color Say About You?). Hartman developed the Color Code in 1987 and is used to gauge how one’s clock ticks and helps to understand that everyone is driven by a core motive. Said motive…

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  • The Theme Of Death In Looking For Alaska

    to a life of fun and mischief. More importantly, Miles discovers the beautiful, clever, and self-destructive Alaska Young. When Alaska dies in a car crash, he is consumed with grief and confusion. Throughout the rest of the novel, Miles and the Colonel try to unravel the mystery of whether her death was suicidal or accidental. The theme of memorialization appears when Miles struggles with the death of Alaska. The theme of life and death is explored at the beginning when Miles leaves for Culver…

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  • Marilyn Minter Big Girls Analysis

    Most of these shapes are formed with the use of shifts in color and lines. For example, Sophia’s white hair is formed by the use of a shift from the black background and her darker checkered body. Consequently. both lines and shift in color are implied at the same time as it creates shapes in the artwork. In this artwork, the light source is not seen. On the other hand, the light source is placed in the left of the artwork. This is presented when Minter uses the black Ben-Day dots overlaying…

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  • The Second Coming Poem

    to keep his promise. If he would have left earlier would have had a broader choice of stalls to look for something. In “Fern Hill,” Thomas uses color to evoke certain feelings; metaphors such as “lamb white days,” “green and carefree,” and “Golden in the heydays of his eyes” are sprinkled throughout (lines 46, 10, 5). How is color used in this poem? In “Fern Hill” by Dylan Thomas he uses colors for different meanings like in line 15 where it reads, “And in green and golden I was huntsman and…

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  • Color Symbolism In The Great Gatsby

    1). This shows us the general acknowledgement for golds association with riches. Gold can be seen as a very influential color in The Great Gatsby, because of the multitude of rich characters within the story. Gold is one of the most symbolic colors used in The Great Gatsby. Another symbolic color in The Great Gatsby is the color white. Throughout history, the color white has been used as a symbol of purity and good morals. According to Huber, “White stands for morally unblemished,…

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  • The Color White In Shakespeare's Sonnet 99

    color “white” in both Sonnet 12 and 99 represents one of Shakespeare’s most prominent themes: the inevitable concept of time, in Sonnet 12, the narrator, reflects that the only defense against Time’s scythe is having children (leaving behind a legacy), while in Sonnet 99, the narrator condemns four different types of flowers for stealing attributes of his beloved (the Lilies stole the whiteness of his beloved’s hand, for example). In Sonnet 12, the narrator uses the color “white” to represent…

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