Time-lapse videos are an innovative way to keep track of memories. In this public service announcement; however, called "Most Shocking Second a Day Video", the time-lapse videos opened the world's eyes to the tragedies going on in the world. This service announcement was created by a British agency, Don't panic London, to raise awareness of the violence going on in Syria. It shows a young well off British girl, in incriminate of a second in her day. The director utilizes rhetorical appeals such as logos, pathos and ethos to convey the message of the escalating conflict in the area.
Adrienne Lafrance, in ¨Alphabet, Jigsaw, and the Puzzle of Google’s New Brand,¨ conveys a message that consumers need to take a closer look at companies because are deceiving consumers through branding. The author transmits this message through using the rhetorical triangle, diction, and rhetorical transaction. The rhetorical triangle is the first technique most authors use when writing. Lafrance wrote her article towards a tech-savvy audience and posted it in the technology section of The Atlantic.
A Paper on Rachel Dolezal 1. Outline Text 1, Civil rights activist Rachel Dolezal misrepresented herself as black, claims parents, presents an objective view on the case: whether Rachel Dolezal is African American or not. The author, Jes-sica Elgot describes how Dolezal began to adapt her appearance as African American, and ex-plains in what manner her social circle had affected her. However, according to her parents, she has misrepresented herself as black and she has chosen not to be herself, but somebody she is not.
Robert Drew is a filmmaker and journalist that helped with the invention of hand handled portable cameras. Drew’s genre was cinema verite, which is also called direct cinema. Direct cinema has no scripts, and is an unplanned, unrehearsed production. Drew’s contribution to his genre was the portable camera, and the way television documentaries are produced. He also contributed to the production of reality television, making it easier to produce work with portable cameras.
In How to Tame a Wild Tongue, Gloria Anzaldua uses rhetoric and personal anecdotes to convey and persuade her argument that Latin Americans are forced to relinquish their cultural heritage, and to conform to white society. The evidence she provides comes in a variety of platforms, both literal and rhetorical. Rhetorical, being through emotional, logical, and credible appeals through her text. Literal being explicitly stated, without any further analysis necessary. When she utilises the modes of appeals, they are subtle within the texts, which leads the reader to analyse as they read.
In CivilWarland in Bad Decline, one element of writing craft that helps create the story is motif. One motif that is present in the story is the violence that corrupts the CivilWarland park. At the beginning, the narrator explains how there are gangs that have been abusing their park for quite some time. He says how “Last month they wounded three visitors and killed a dray horse.” Fast forward to the present and the narrator now hears gunshots around him as he is working on some paperwork.
GoPro promotional analysis INTRODUCTION The company GoPro have been experiencing setback in growth, as they enter the mature stages of their brand development.. The article (app. 1) describes the slowing sales growth and therefore needs to seek additional sales via a new market segment. This segment become evident for GoPro when potential consumers expressed their interest in their product for its obvious capabilities, but that didn 't seem suitable for their more average lifestyle. This potential segment requires the explanato of how GoPros products are sutiatkvr for them, which is the centralized message around their promotion.
In Laura Mulvey’s article, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” she writes about the relationship between voyeurism, cinema, and gender. She begins by describing the concept of scopophilia, which means to gain pleasure from looking. She writes that scopophilia is inherently active/masculine, and that pleasure is derived from looking at other people as mere objects. On the other hand, the passive/feminine is derived from the experience of being looked at (pg.188). Mulvey sees this binary relationship between viewer and object being viewed as a part of our culture, and the greatest example of this is found in cinema.
It’s a beautiful summer day and everything seems perfect, but as the reader keeps reading they come to realize that this story is not as simple and straight forward as the title suggest, rather it is a horrifying and dark tale. Shirley Jackson is forwarding the theme on tragic it can be to blindly follow traditions by using foreshowing, symbolism, and dialog. The first literary device Shirley Jackson uses to forward the theme blindly following traditions, is foreshowing. The first example I am going to us I talked about in my introduction.
Suspense techniques are an essential part of creating a narrative piece of writing, it creates an anticipation and tension to keep the reader interested. Also it creates a lively experience and grasps the reader’s attention. Suspense enhances the story's appeal to the reader by creating a grim situation that utilizes strategies such as thoughts and isolation. The author of “Night Drive” Will Jenkins effectively uses suspense technique to build tension and anxiety for the reader. The short story demonstrates, skillfully crafted sentences that express many examples of suspense.
Murder becomes a touchy subject to the college students; the author mixes together a suspenseful atmosphere throughout the community college the protagonist attends as the short story progresses. It almost feels like one is on the edge of their seat when reading it. William Faulkner’s short story, “A Rose for Emily,” displays suspense and tones of slight insanity, but it cannot compare to the undertones that lay beneath Stephen King’s work. The narrator’s foreshadowing of uncovering the truth through his own detailed point of view creates a well written short story dubbed “Strawberry Spring.” Skimming through the literary work, foreshadowing is an obvious detail that appears in the work several times.
1. Did you like it? Why? Write a short paragraph encouraging one of your friends to read it/not to read it (80-100 words). Chronicle of a death foretold is an essential novel in the Hispano-American literature. All of us, in some moment of our lives, should read it.
Gender representation is solely created by social construction. Thus, people grow and learn by watching and doing as they see, and the common way to learn these constructions is through media. The common form of media that promotes these social views is film, and it promotes a patriarchal society. In Laura Mulvey’s article, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema (1975),” she explains that Hollywood film creates a binary that portrays women as passive and spectacles, while men are seen as dominant, active, and are the ones that push the story along (4-5). This representation is created by the use of the male gaze, fetishizing women, and punishing women if they ever assert their power.
The novel uses many literary techniques such as foreshadowing and irony to build a strong connection between every scene and builds closer and closer to the development of the murder. There are many foreshadowing events which develop in the story before the death of Santiago. The murder is avoidable, but nobody stops it from happening. The dream, the weather, and nature all foreshadow Santiago 's death. The instance of foreshadowing at the beginning of the story is Santiago’s dream.