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U OF GARTH 2220Susan DouglasFall

ARTH 2220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Georges Braque, Wield, Manifesto Of Futurism

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15 Apr 2013
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U OF GARTH 2220Susan DouglasFall

ARTH 2220 Study Guide - Connotation, Louis Althusser, Antonio Gramsci

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15 Apr 2013
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The act of portraying, depicting, symbolizing, or presenting the like-ness of something. Language, the visual arts such as painting and sculpture, and
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U OF GARTH 2220Susan DouglasFall

ARTH 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Clement Greenberg, Michel De Certeau, Cultural Appropriation

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15 Apr 2013
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The meaning of an image is produced in three ways: through codes and conventions, by the viewers and. An image has a viewer and a producer. A producer
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U OF GARTH 2220Susan DouglasFall

ARTH 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Roland Barthes, Semiotics, Shared Experience

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14 Apr 2013
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Arth 1220 - study notes exam 1. Practices of looking are also formed by power relationships; even the act of choosing to look or not to look is an act
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U OF GARTH 2220Susan DouglasFall

ARTH 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sylvia Sleigh, Male Gaze, Coco Fusco

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14 Apr 2013
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Viewers do not always look at an image alone, in a darkened room. The interplay of human senses, the context of the image, the relationship to other vi
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U OF GARTH 2220Susan DouglasFall

ARTH 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zapruder Film, Leni Riefenstahl, Shepard Fairey

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14 Apr 2013
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This chapter traces the concepts of the mass media, the public sphere, and media cultures through. Introduction the twentieth century to the present, l
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettWinter

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes -Carrying Capacity, Overexploitation, Hydrosphere

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12 Feb 2013
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Nonrenewable natural resources: formed much slowly than we use them. In between (so long as they are not overharvested): Stock-and-flow resources: the
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U OF GGEOG 3050Kate ParizeauWinter

GEOG 3050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: World Health Organization, Offshore Bank, Organized Crime

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12 Feb 2013
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Regional overviews of africa, asia, and latin america. 1 billion people in all of africa. Young population (half of all africans are under 25 years) Re
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U OF GGEOG 3050Kate ParizeauWinter

GEOG 3050 Lecture Notes - World-Systems Theory, Import Substitution Industrialization, Unequal Exchange

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12 Feb 2013
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Later on were aztec, inca, africa etc. (ad) The part of the world that we consider the global south now were some of the largest cities in the year 100
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