Is aggression an innate and deterministic quality from birth, or is it something that one that all can control, as a matter of free will and choice, to be used when we need it in a calculated manner? At birth all people are born with aggression as a survival trait. As we educate ourselves as we have seen in the video “The Truth About Violence” even in an educated culture such as the United States we still have violence. Violent people and we are drawn to violent sports such as cage fighting and football. Even the most mild manner people who don’t like violence in movies, sports or anywhere else can find enjoyment from participating in violence. When a person results to violence I don’t believe they can control the amount of aggression
Whilst the two texts are presented in a different way, both formats receive a similar response from the reader and are useful in presenting particular ideas about
Many believe that delivery and content work together (Patterson, Churchill and Burger and Powell, 1992), but others believe that delivery has a bigger impact on decision making than content (Burgoon, Birk and Pfau, 1990).
Composition is how elements of the illustrations are arranged on the pages. Page layout refers to how the text and illustrations are arranged, as well as the size and shape of the book paper. Space shows how far apart elements within the elements are from each other.
The form of a piece of artwork, I believe, has to do with whether the reason for aesthetic and moral defectiveness is the same. The form is the mode in which an artwork or idea is portrayed. For example, a movie and a painting can be looked at very differently. Having a painting that portrays something evil may still be aesthetically pleasing, but a movie, on the other hand, that portrays something evil may not be aesthetically pleasing. For example, “Triumph of the Will” portrays feelings of greatness, but understanding the evil behind it making it morally defective may also make it aesthetically defective depending on the person looking at it. This may be because each elicits feelings in different ways, at different speeds and/or at different times in a person’s life where someone will have a different understanding than someone
There are different forms of literature which can include essays, poems, novels, reports and more. The one thing all forms of literature have in common is that they all have meaning, purpose and form, but how it is expressed is all different, the question is how. Most of the times authors have a reason to convey such messages, and how the messages are delivered is up to the author as well. The author uses the form, it’s aesthetics to send the readers an image; what kind of literature it is. The authors also send the readers a blatant message, the message is sent through the text of the literature. Through the text on the literature the author portrays purpose, and with the form of the
Narrative form is simply “a type of filmic organization in which the parts relate to one another through a series of casually related events taking place in time and space.” Narration usually occurs in a cause-effect relationship. There are many factors of narration but range and depth are the most important.
Although each of these forms has their own unique characteristics and attributes, the two forms that I am most interested in are advertising and editorial. For some time in my life I used to believe that these two forms of illustration generally meant the same thing. I was wrong because there are many dissimilar characteristics between the two.