Analysis

The Machete Effect

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It seems as though we as society can never truly learn to view things in a practical manner. By seeing objects in a practical view takes away the interesting aspect of it in turn making it dull. American culture being what it is, does not interest itself in dull matters; it has to pop and […]

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A reboot

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It’s time for a fresh start and a style that’s more crisp and easy to go through. I have to be more concrete in my writing to answer the question in hand instead of waning off. I’ve been trying to go from point A to B but hitting D, C, F, G, all the way […]

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“Renard” and the brother’s image

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The quilt itself is a 3×6 foot linen fiber based on a red thread. On the upper top layer of the quilt on both sides has an embedded patch of a blue  swallow bird on each side of the quilt amassed inside of a layer of light blue and and outer layer of orange. On […]

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The daily works part 3

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5 key terms or phrases for PSD instructions: -different perspectives -double sided notebook -answer the following questions? -thick descriptions -this is just a suggestion   5 key terms for PSD rubric: -competent and credible/ good or superior -distinctive -polished -multiple revisions -mature 3 detailed research questions -What does culture is represented with Chester’s “Rose empress […]

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The Daily Works part 2

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What is a primary source? -“original source” “first hand” “data authors generate themselves”   Secondary sources? -Reporting someone’s point of vids about data already generated -Depends on way the source is used.   Objective Description? -Details and specifics   Subjective Description? -Personal nature of experience, memories, analogies, judgements, conclusions, analyses, imagined connections, etc   Rate […]

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Applications of text

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The Haltman text in a nutshell means that it depends on the point of view of the perceiver to know what a an object might mean. History, culture, and context are all an essential part of what makes an item special of unique. Items can embody more than just  symbolism or iconography represent the entire […]

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Cosmos Crayon/ the daily works 1/30/2018

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It seems as though in North England near Flixton archaeologist and his team found a “crayon-like object”, mainly made of  hematite and chalk like mineral. Suspected to be over 10,000 years old this present a interesting idea of what humans were capable of long ago. Further analysis of the strange rock shows that it was […]