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    Nachazel 360 Degree Photography Affordances and Constraints Media has changed vastly over the decades. We have different styles of media, different ways to view media, and so many different options when it comes to creating media. A recent technology that has started to gain traction is 360-degree photography. This new technology allows people to view more than traditional 2-D perspective. With this new way of being able to capture a scene comes many affordances and constraints. Being able to capture

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    Introduction In India, past and present, the status and freedom that are held by women has and is in a constant decline due to both external and cultural factors that not only causes large panic, but defensive reactions that negatively affect and hinder the women in their culture. Many studies conducted, have shown that the influence of other cultures and religions have made an impression on the ideas of Indian men that have resulted in alterations to certain behaviors, attire, possession and

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    through three different perspectives. The first perspective is the narrater’s perspective, next Marianne’s perspective and lastly Elinor’s perspective. These different perspectives reflect the different tones Austen uses. Austen seems to support Elinor’s view of Willoughby, which suggests that caution in relationships is the overall message of the book. The narrator depicts Willoughby in an honest tone, this implies that Willoughby is a nice gentleman, however, the narrator also subtly hints that

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    Out of all these poems “Ars Poetica” by Archibald Macleish is the poem that accurately expresses what my view of poetry is, what it does, and how we should read it. The reason that this poem represents what my view of poetry is, the way that Archibald is able to describe poetry in a way I had never thought about before but a way that I am still fully able to understand. He explains how poems should be able to stand on their own, that they shouldn’t need words. What this choice says about me is that

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    not perfect. In this present day and age there are some people that like to believe that god created a beautiful planet, but I believe the devil should receive some credit for its creation also. One of the world’s greatest satires, Candide by Voltaire, some characters feel the same way that I do. However others do not. Martin, a skeptic thinks this is not “the best of all possible worlds” (“Candide”102), as Dr. Pangloss would say. My present worldview is more close to the view of the eighteenth century

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    points of view. These points of view can clash and lead people to disagree with each other. This is shown in the fictional passages Confetti Girl by Diana Lopez, and Tortilla Sun by Jennifer Cervantes. The main character in Confetti Girl disagree with her father on multiple topics. From her english class, to her misunderstanding her father’s main intentions. However, Izzy from Tortilla Sun experiences the same misunderstanding with her mother. Both of these characters have their own point of views and

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    How does Miller present attitudes to masculinity in ‘A View from the Bridge’? ‘A view from the Bridge’ by Arthur Miller is set in the 1950’s based around Italian Immigration and the American Sicilian culture in America at that time. The Sicilian attitude towards society’s expectations of gender were very traditional which created the patriarchal society they live in, to which they transferred towards their new lives in the US. This meant men were expected to behave in a typical ‘masculine’ manner

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    Understanding American Worldview In the article of “Understanding American Worldview,” written by J. La Vella Ingram, discusses about the different types of views and ideologies that are incorporated in America, which could potentially vary from another culture. For instance, some cultures base their lifestyle on the future by remaining productive in the present, instead of focusing on the past. Or, some cultures believe that we should have mastery over nature, and not the other way around, so we may keep advancing

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    dimensions of responsibility that Jonas records for ethics .Hans Jonas philosophy is quite challenging he tries to answer the main question of life could it be a thing of responsibility ? , in other words our life is consistent with new technology of the present we depend on technology to keep us going and give us anwers . This philosophy helps us to understand the difference between life and responsibility .In this essay I will examine the different types of ethics .Traditional ethics

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    position is past, present or future (constituting the A-series, and these positions are changeable). An A-theorist considers the A-series to be essential to the nature of time, and Cameron presents ‘a version of the moving spotlight view’ as his preferred version of the A-Theory. To clarify, the moving spotlight theory is characterised by the combination of ‘permanentism, the thesis that everything exists forever, and the A-theory, the thesis that there is an absolute, objective present time’2. In Cameron’s

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