genuine emotional or psychological response from the audience. Socially unacceptable content is essential to a significant film because it allows the artwork to evoke emotion, produce vexing images, and tell a compelling story. Emotion is essential to film because without it, art cannot be felt, absorbed, or fully analyzed. When a film evokes a tear or makes the audience shutter, it is successfully engaging the audience and creating an unspoken dialogue between the art and the viewer. As Professor Hoffman
the Man-God-Society triangle and the black-and-white distinctions within the story. He creates a heroine with human faults and emotions, whom society can both embrace and emulate, in order to criticize the Vichy collaboration with Nazi Germany during WWII. Sophocles, following the Greek standard of tragedy, casts Creon as the tragic hero plagued by his own pride, inflexibility and power. Creon believes his authority to be twofold, both as the king and as the head of his family. He claims that the
touched on topics of depression and suicide in such a shameless way that, it is capable of evoking emotion most modern forms of expression fail to reach. To do this Plath masterfully uses imagery that creates a sense of repulsion and dread that only work to add to the general tone of the poem. Additionally, the idea of a top 40 artist using holocaustic imagery to pontificate about how sad they were about the on goings at the club feels quite absurd, not to mention inevitable outrage of social justice
activities, including marketing research, product development, organisation of resource distribution, pricing strategies, press and public relations, advertising and personal selling, a long supply chain that ends in “the sale”. Marketing influences more than just retailers and buyers, but even non-buyers, via impacts on the common environment. But to distill it simply, marketing’s main objectives can be identified as the following: “To achieve the highest possible consumption rates, to achieve maximum
or feeling; but if they can’t grab our imagination and souls, for just a little minute, they will not be able to convey their message. Language is an exceedingly powerful tool to use because it is so rich with nuance and meaning.Task: Extended writing task: ‘The power of the image’, discuss the power of images to provoke audience reactions. Essay revision with scaffold, teacher model with phrases and concepts from this essay can be transferred into any essay/exposition response for distinctively visualVisual
Singapore: Culture 4. Environment a. Developed vs. Developing b. Should environment be saved at all costs c. Are we doing enough to save the environment? d. Main reasons for environmental problems nowadays 5. Religion a. Religion divides more than it unites b. Religion and politics c. Science and religion 6. Terrorism a. Can terrorism ever be eradicated? 7. Sports a. True purpose of sports nowadays b. Sports and Media 8. Foreign Aid a. How effective is Foreign Aid?