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  • Space Of Remembrance

    The modern age presents multiple channels for public action, dialogue and discussion. Furthermore, social and political thought argues that these spaces multiply the opportunities for dialect and action and encourage the process of individual thought and reflection. Spaces of action become spaces of remembrance, which hold vast opportunity to contribute to the project of mending frailty in human affairs. Yet the process of memorialisation is difficult, for the formation of memory can only occur on behalf of. Memory by nature transcends normative boundaries of temporal and spatial analysis. It constantly risks the simplification of complex stories and narratives at the cost of omission. Therefore, spaces of remembrance have often become spaces…

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  • Designated Spaces

    have designated spaces that are limited to people of a certain type or standard. Certain geographical spaces only host certain types of events and ideas, however, space has become smaller in physical culture due to the interdependence and interconnectivity (Friedman 2016). Physical space, is a different entity. The areas where athletes perform are very specialized to provide ideal conditions for their respective sport. At first women were not even allowed in these specialized physical spaces.…

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  • The Importance Of Underground Space

    Apart from relating the underground buildings with technology, underground space could be designed into an interesting space to be appreciated. (People’s perception on underground space – relating to the real world, imaginative world is mentioned.) Underground space in the imaginative world will be discussed, for instance, the film makers’ perspective on underground space and how their film was projected to the audience about underworld. The quality space discussed will show the dynamic balance…

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  • Satire About Space

    Space. More than just stars and stuff. Space is awesome. Both in scale and my opinion. Humans have dreamed of space travel, used stars for navigation and just generally drooled over the sky for thousands of years. There is a void surrounding us that is so large we call it “space”. But it’s not an empty, cavernous expanse, it’s filled with a multitude of stuff: from stars to planets, comets to black holes, there’s even a Super Sized Space Puddle.[1] Yet, some people aren’t interested in what is…

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  • Essay On Liminal Space

    Space and time are means by which individuals and cultures orientate themselves to the world. Each is defined by their respective cultures, the resulting meaning and value supplied by that culture. The purpose of this paper is to explain and discuss how and why meanings surrounding space and time differ from one culture to the next. That geographical location, historical instances, and how individuals are include or exclude highlight the varied cultural meanings that exists within space. In…

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  • The Importance Of Physical Space In Libraries

    Physical Space being used in Libraries Expectation, Situation Introduction Due revolution in information technology, the role of library has been changed astonishingly in past decades. Traditional libraries emphasis on providing quiet space and printed books, however, modern libraries are not only providing traditional academic reference service but also providing digital information service; not only for study but also for socialising. Scott Bennett deemed, “at the heart of any effort to…

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  • Time And Space In The Great Gatsby

    Time and Space in Novel and Cinema In his 1957 academic work, Novels into Film, George Bluestone breaks down differences between literature and cinema. He goes on to analyze the process of adaptation and the ways in which time and space are used differently in the two mediums. Film and literature essentially share many characteristics, such as plot development and characters. But, unavoidable changes will happen through the process of adaptation. Bluestone argues that cinema relies on the…

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  • Dualist Theory Of Mental Space

    The notion of “mental space” that Kim discusses is indeed puzzling, and the plausibility of its existence questionable. It is difficult to imagine what “location” could refer to in this space. Perhaps locations would be particular qualitative states and, on this view, perhaps minds could be distinguished from one another by appeal to the state that they possess at a given time. However, if “mental space” includes a fundamentally temporal component, as Kim believes it would have to, it follows…

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  • Camera Movement In Cinematic Space

    The first article I am using as a reference in my research comes from Cine-Tracts, A Journal of Film, Communications, Culture and Politics. Written by film theorist David Bordwell, “Camera Movement and Cinematic Space” brings forth a close examination of the functions of camera movement in cinematic representation using a perceptual approach. He describes movement in cinematic space as a cinematic process, which seeks “systematically to station the viewer as subject before an idealized,…

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  • Exploration Of The Space: The Importance Of Space Exploration

    of the Space “Space, the final frontier” is a popular phrase from the television show Star Trek. However, even though this show is fictional, the idea of space exploration is truly real. It may be interpreted in different ways, such as, a need for human exploration or the next destination for human expansion. For centuries, the stars have mystified people all around the world, and it was not until recently that exploration began. Within the last one hundred years, man not only developed…

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