Indecision, by dictionary definition is simply the inability to make decisions quickly. However, indecision itself is not actually such an intelligible term, but rather an overly complex one that dips into the intricate nature of the human mindset. This becomes even more accurate when the act of indecisiveness is paired with compelling circumstances. Oftentimes human beings are required to act irrationally because their circumstances force them to do so. Our opinions and actions seem justifiable, yet they may also come across as deceitful and immoral.
This report impliments vague language through semantic and pragmatic aspects and categories of vagueness, as well as clarifys vagueness, generality and ambiguity. Generally, the use of vagueness is influenced by various factors, such as culture differences, values, thought patterns and religions. Vagueness can occur in communication under both objective and subjective conditions. One of the objective conditions is that the concept itself is unclear, which means the words or expressions themselves have more than one meaning. Another is that the speaker may forget or lack the knowledge of the certain facts of what they are talking about.
It also shows how people are affected by sec and money between gender politics. The harmony and tones compared to the lyrics and the style of the music clash against each other symbolizing the constant battle. It is stated that, "Music does what thinking cannot do; it emanates from the products, the accretions, of projective identification in reverse" (Blum 142). It shows another perspective and something you have never seen. The articles mention a lot of the rhythm of the songs and how it holds meaning to not only Lamar, but also to everyone else.
Between films, television, novels, and the Internet, there are many different types of popular culture in which society is immerged. One might argue that studying pop culture is shallow and worthless, but this is debatable because most of what we do is shaped by pop culture in some way. Studying pop culture may allow us to understand trends in culture that can aid in other society-based careers, as well as study societal and power constructs with greater accuracy. As technology and media develops further and further, pop culture should be studied in academia, as it is a relevant way to examine the moral constructs of the society and understand trends in culture. In the future, if pop culture is included in academia with the same importance as other subjects, future graduates may be more in tune with society than ever
They are concerned more in being unique in a rebellious way. They try to be avant-garde. They push the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm. Actually the situation is more than alarming. The works of art which are negative, pervert and ridiculous seem to be over appreciated.
Sometimes we fail to communicate adequately resulting in misunderstanding. Speech sometimes distorts information as the speaker hardly pays attention to what he or she is saying. In fact, words are a very inadequate means of accurate communication. They are meant for general and not for specific or unique use. And if you add to this intentional distortion and deception, you can guess how disastrous speech can be.
John Cage's reaction to the existence of the traditional canon of musical masterworks was the creation of a musical score that made people question what it means to make music and what music is. In Cage's piece "4:33" he created a musical score that was three movements of tacets which illustrated the blurred line between art and life (Lecture 2/1). Besides going against all of the boundaries that the traditional canon has, this piece also shows how audience members coughing, shifting in their seats, and breathing are the sounds of life, and that in itself, is music (Cage 46). Cage believed that "masterpieces [were] the opposite of life" and that the musical museum was doing the same thing that a refrigerator does to milk, preserving its liveliness so much, that it is no longer alive (Cage 44-46). Similarly, Copeland also critiqued the traditional canon but through making his music relevant to the time.
Further drawing focus to its honest connotations. The two stanzas are ironic in the their distinctly dissimilar images of intimacy and the same “you”, as is the vague idea of who the speaker is. Intimacy isn’t always conventional, and it’s conceivable to mutually feel love and aversion towards a person. To feel ensnared by another, but to find it impossible or undesirable to leave a contradictory relationship, that’s at time loving and brutal. The poem is influential in prompting a reader to question their own
Mariefaye M. Divino II-HC Prof. Gerry Areta “The Use of Pop Culture in Education” Popular culture, unlike how it is usually viewed by many people, is not that easy to define because until now, its definition is still emerging and changing ever since. But through the lecture facilitated by some of PNU’s well-known writers, alumni, and professors, we were enlightened in a way on how we may perceive popular culture. The PNU Mafia that was presented in the most recent celebration of the Faculty of Arts and Languages Week paved way to explain popular culture’s influence in education, its need for integration in our education, and its relevance to what we have now in our curriculum. To start with, I want to define what popular culture is