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Thesis CHOP!

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The quilt panel’s embodiment of the fine and performing arts community testifies to the powerful role that the arts communities have played in the fight against HIV/AIDS, in their support of individuals suffering from the disease, their contributions in effort to shape public opinion towards those suffering, and their funding raising for cures and treatments.   […]

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The daily works 4/10/2018

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Academic titles: 1.) A new hope of Art: A study of performance arts as median for HIV/AIDS activism and support 2.) The art that strikes your heart: An analysis on performance art and their relationship to HIV/AIDS 3.)The modern renaissance of art: A research of the effectiveness of performance arts culture  on the AIDS community

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Shadda Naralla’s arguments: Housing in Orange county

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Naralla’s introduction paragraph is just as long if not longer than every other body paragraph on the rest of the page. She quotes and paraphrases on almost every paragraph on the page. The reason why she paraphrases on some and quoting on other parts of the essay is most likely to do with how she […]

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what I think of Renard

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The quilt is more than just a stylish fabric, but it is meant to represent Renard. The quilt is essentially Renard himself, it’s what he represents as a person, the journey that life has taken him on, and most importantly what he held most valuable in life whether that be a personality trait, a representation […]

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Quoted research

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Boneh and Jaganaths’ brings up an interesting point to the audience “The democratic nature of such live performances not only allows audiences to participate in the design of the specific messages but also establishes an interactive relationship between deliverer and receiver and lays the foundation for taking ownership of the problem (3)”. Beyond contemporary performance […]

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Political talk: HIV/AIDS and the U.S military

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Review Atma does very nice job bringing in pathos and ethos arguments to the topic. Her evidence on discrimination on LGBT in the American military is credible and she uses the evidence as a way of justifying her claims. She uses ethos by implying the unethical actions the military as posed on these men and […]

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The adventures of Renard

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Relation to Renard The inverted pink triangle for many years has been a simple to the LGBT and the struggle they have been through. Originally just a pink triangle, the symbol was used to identify homosexuals in Nazi controlled prison camps. Later that same simple (just inverted) would be a hope and beacon to the […]

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Subcultural embodiment

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What subculture is embodied in the aids quilt block/panel you’ve chosen to document and research? Dancer culture (Ballet) What is the relationship between the subculture embodied in the quilt and the HIV/AIDS epidemic? Back in the 80s aids was running ramped in U.s. Because of this controversy aids changed and influenced many groups. The dancing […]

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The Archival Method

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No nobody can know every single thing in the world, even some of the greatest minds in the history of the world needed proper source information to get from one research topic to another. By asking questions about the source it allows the readers to analyze each point of source instead of just simply reading […]

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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 […]