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    Unit 1 Discussion Board Featured in the winter 2016 issue of Context, a publication of the American Sociological Association, the article titled “Digital Punishment’s Tangled Web” is written by Sarah Esther Lageson. Sarah is in the Rutgers University-Newark School of Justice, where she studies how technology changes the law, criminal justice, and systems of American punishment and the effects it has on society. “I have studied the growth of what I call digital punishment by interviewing those who run criminal history and mug shot websites, by analyzing the content they produce, and by interviewing those working to clear their own criminal records through legal means even against the reality of an endless digital trail”. Sarah explains that…

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    My Mug Research Paper

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    satisfyingly cold. MyMug is like that of a conventional travelling mug; with the additional electronic heating/cooling button options, including a detachable charging bottom at the base. Standard temperature rates are included, so users have some variation on preferred levels for their drink. There is also a green light that will appear on the screen alongside the buttons to let you know when your…

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    Trays begin coming back with sweet smelling waffles and hearty omelets and the occasional icing drenched cinnamon that is half eaten and disliked because of its abused amount of icing. Rushing about, the cutlery is dropped off at the station on top of all the plates of pastries which are just crumbs, stacked on by cold coffee mugs, daring not to fall over. The kitchen is a symphony of pots and pans, the dishwasher both its composer and…

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    The Jack Johnson Concert

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    “Better Together,” which was a song off his first album. Mind you, all these songs are so relaxed, they’re a little upbeat, but mellower than anything. I’ve heard people say that the best time to listen to Jack Johnson is when they are smoking marijuana and just want to relax. I guess you can’t really take that to heart, unless you have done that before, but that’s just what I’ve heard. Anyways, Jack finally started to play songs off his new album after getting the crowd all ecstatic with his…

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    As the first two conventions mentioned above, this convention can also be found in most surveillance films. When watching this murder scene viewers are left feeling betrayed, because that is exactly what happened when Lou’s partner was shot and killed. What makes this murder scene different from other surveillance film murder scenes is that the murder was not for seeable compared to other movies. For example, as we seen in The Conversation the murder was mentioned before it happened even…

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    this sequence, we are able to feel the uncertainly and the unsteadiness that Nina feels around Bloom. The camera is able to capture her face as she looks into the eyes of Bloom when she tells him that she only went on a date with him as a professional move and not for anything romantic. When the camera moves over to Bloom, the viewers are able to see how he is trying to convince Nina that he is the reason the news station is improving and that more people are watching it. We are also able to see…

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    walk into the lab. The camera pans left in a POV shot, like from the perspective of a horrified spectator, from a screaming woman to Stan performing the memory operation. The background is plastered by a large film of the woman’s memories projected onto the wall. Howard speaks of the procedure in the background. With dynamic camera movements, attentive editing, unique approaches to mise-en-scene, and sound alteration, the eight-minute sequence represents the stark cognitive changes Joel…

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    Analysis Of The Babadook

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    watching his mother spoon soup into her mouth, and then cuts to a close-up from the point of view of Amelia looking at her hand as she spoons soup out of the bowl. This close-up gives significance to the soup. Drawing our attention to the spoon that now, unknown to Amelia, holds a shard of glass on it. Kent cuts to a mid-level two shot of Samuel and Amelia sitting in the kitchen. This is a confining shot, as both people feel walled in by their surroundings. The table is black, and the wall a…

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    Macbeth, a story written by Shakespeare, concludes a story in which has content that is shown effectively and expressed in a couple different ways. The films that were shown such as Roman Polanski, Philip Casson and Rupert Goold had their own techniques of interpreting Macbeth. In this instance, for Act 1 Scene 1 when looking at the witches, all three film clips are focused on the shots to emphasize the witches. For Act 2 Scene 2 when the clips are showing the post murder meeting of Macbeth and…

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    Anderson’s Rushmore (1998), one particular segment that really captured the tone of the film was the one of Mr. Blume drinking whiskey, smoking a cigarette, and getting ready to dive into the swimming pool. This particular series of shots has a visually pleasing color scheme and various different cinematic shots. The segment incorporates Anderson’s famous object-in-the-center frame style, which also adds to the tone of the film as well as to Anderson’s style as a whole. The segment of Mr. Blume…

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