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International Terrorism And Television Channels:Operation And Regulation Of Tv News Channel During Coverage Of Terrorism, Ratnesh Dwivedi Mr Dec 2012

International Terrorism And Television Channels:Operation And Regulation Of Tv News Channel During Coverage Of Terrorism, Ratnesh Dwivedi Mr

Ratnesh Dwivedi

The concept of globalization or internationalization of certain wars, which were result of terrorist activities worldwide , as well as the high attention of terrorism coverage broadcast worldwide might open up better opportunities to journalists – particularly to those who work in democratic countries like U.S.A and India – to improve their coverage. The context is the key: the context of the operation methodology, follow of guidelines of regulatory bodies,and of the journalistic culture and of the global environment. It is very important how media presents consequences of terrorist acts, how information is transmitted to public. Television and press have ...


Passwords, Vol. 13, Issue 1, Passwords Editors Dec 2012

Passwords, Vol. 13, Issue 1, Passwords Editors

Passwords

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Dying In Wyoming, Alex Genty-Waksberg Dec 2012

Dying In Wyoming, Alex Genty-Waksberg

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In The Garden, Dan Skubi Dec 2012

In The Garden, Dan Skubi

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The Bones, Susanna Ferrell Dec 2012

The Bones, Susanna Ferrell

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The Second Wailing Wall, Jordan Wilson-Dalzell Dec 2012

The Second Wailing Wall, Jordan Wilson-Dalzell

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Y Comenzamos, Jordan Wilson-Dalzell Dec 2012

Y Comenzamos, Jordan Wilson-Dalzell

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Entwined, Kate Kennelly Dec 2012

Entwined, Kate Kennelly

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Modern Phaethon, Kate Kennelly Dec 2012

Modern Phaethon, Kate Kennelly

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Two Poems, Katrina Jacobs Dec 2012

Two Poems, Katrina Jacobs

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Always Puking Always Crying Always Dancing Dec 2012

Always Puking Always Crying Always Dancing

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Outtakes, Jeff Zalesin Dec 2012

Outtakes, Jeff Zalesin

Passwords

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Log Cabin, Milia Fisher Dec 2012

Log Cabin, Milia Fisher

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Corinne, Camille Goering Dec 2012

Corinne, Camille Goering

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Homesick, Catherine Chiang Dec 2012

Homesick, Catherine Chiang

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Swollen River, Natalie Dunn Dec 2012

Swollen River, Natalie Dunn

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Inside Cover, Emily Robin Dec 2012

Inside Cover, Emily Robin

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Front Cover, Noah Sneider Dec 2012

Front Cover, Noah Sneider

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Front Matter And Editors' Note, Passwords Editors Dec 2012

Front Matter And Editors' Note, Passwords Editors

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Digital Illustration: The Costume Designer’S Process For East Tennessee State University’S Spring Dance Concert 2012, Christine Michele Waxstein Dec 2012

Digital Illustration: The Costume Designer’S Process For East Tennessee State University’S Spring Dance Concert 2012, Christine Michele Waxstein

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This paper's objective is to document the research and developmental processes of creating East Tennessee State University's Spring Dance Concert 2012 costume designs and renderings. This thesis describes design creation from research stage to idea formulation to the conception of costumes using inspirational images, illustrations, and performance photos and videos. The show was a challenging undertaking because it involved the collaboration of many in a compressed timeframe: 1 artistic director, 9 choreographers, 20 dances, 46 performers, 10 lighting designers, 1 costume designer, and 3 weeks to put it all together. Incorporating digital technology into the rendering process saved ...


Because I Am Not Here, Selected Second Life-Based Art Case Studies. Subjectivity, Autoempathy And Virtual World Aesthetics, Francisco Gerardo Toledo Ramírez Dec 2012

Because I Am Not Here, Selected Second Life-Based Art Case Studies. Subjectivity, Autoempathy And Virtual World Aesthetics, Francisco Gerardo Toledo Ramírez

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

Second Life is a virtual world accessible through the Internet in which users create objects and spaces, and interact socially through 3D avatars. Certain artists use the platform as a medium for art creation, using the aesthetic, spatial, temporal and technological features of SL as raw material. Code and scripts applied to animate and manipulate objects, avatars and spaces are important in this sense. These artists, their avatars and artwork in SL are at the centre of my research questions: what does virtual existence mean and what is its purpose when stemming from aesthetic exchange in SL?

Through a qualitative ...


Pin (Fibula), Risd Museum, Boris Bally, Jonathan Migliori Dec 2012

Pin (Fibula), Risd Museum, Boris Bally, Jonathan Migliori

Channel

This fibula (pin), used for closing or securing garments, is a masterpiece of ancient gold-working. Tiny animals and figures, mythical and real, cover the pin. They were formed using tiny beads of gold (a process called granulation) fashioned in a fluid, curving style reminiscent of pottery of the seventh century BCE, when the Etruscans reached the height of their technical virtuosity in granulation. In the center of the decoration is a figure common in Etruscan art: the ‘master of the beasts,’ a winged man with two faces. The figure originated in the Near East and became especially prominent in Etruscan ...


Storie Of The Past: Learning The Legacy Of Emmet Gowin, Megan Hague, Tracy Longley-Cook Dec 2012

Storie Of The Past: Learning The Legacy Of Emmet Gowin, Megan Hague, Tracy Longley-Cook

Explorations – The Journal of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity at Wright State

The process of producing a documentary film about the legacy of Emmet Gowin is much like the process, I imagine, of researching and discovering the biographical history of a prominent figure in art. Unlike most documentary films I have made, which largely focus on what is happening presently in the lives of the individuals I am documenting, the Emmet Gowin project has been one fueled by memories of the past. This nostalgic process of reminiscing has created a very unique and unfamiliar opportunity in documentary filmmaking for me, the approach being greatly dependent on stories of the past which in ...


The History And Evolution Of Athletic Uniforms And Equipment 1800s - Present: Basketball, Baseball, Football, And Hockey, Emily Anderson Dec 2012

The History And Evolution Of Athletic Uniforms And Equipment 1800s - Present: Basketball, Baseball, Football, And Hockey, Emily Anderson

Honors Theses

For my Lee Honors College Thesis at Western Michigan University, I researched the history and evolution of athletic uniforms and equipment. I choose this topic because not only does it relate to my major in Textile & Apparel Studies, it also appealed to me, a lifelong sports fan. I utilized various resources while conducting my research. These resources included books as well as communication with the curator at the WMU Archives and Regional History Collections. I was also in direct contact with the equipment directors for various WMU athletic teams. I presented all of my findings in an exhibit format in ...


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News Dec 2012

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • @BFSDoArt Photo-a-Day Challenge
  • Who are our "favorites"?
  • How do you participate?


The Festive City, Evelyn Lincoln, Emily J. Peters Dec 2012

The Festive City, Evelyn Lincoln, Emily J. Peters

Books

In early modern Europe (1500-1800), festivals enlivened civic spaces with a frequency, scale, and magnificence unrecognizable to us today. Festivals marked ritual moments, praised political agendas, and provided public entertainment. Europe’s papal court, sovereign powers, civic governments, and high aristocracy sponsored festivals for all sorts of occasions, staging joyous entry processions when foreign dignitaries entered a city, celebrating coronations, marriages, royal births, and funerals, and honoring saint’s days and Carnival season. Festivals shaped the public spaces of European cities. Buildings, plazas, stairways, and roadways were constructed specifically with festivals in mind. Likewise, festivals put the social structure of ...


1200 Miles : Life And Death On The Thai-Burma Border, Jack Picone Dec 2012

1200 Miles : Life And Death On The Thai-Burma Border, Jack Picone

Artists-in-Residence Programme : Exhibition Catalogues

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Exploration Of Physical Computing: Digital Interfaces Using Microsoft Kinect And Peggy 2 Led Matrix, Jeffrey Franklin Dec 2012

Exploration Of Physical Computing: Digital Interfaces Using Microsoft Kinect And Peggy 2 Led Matrix, Jeffrey Franklin

Liberal Arts and Engineering Studies

Physical computing, or more specifically social immersive media, is an offshoot of New Media that incorporates interactive physical systems (software/hardware systems) to sense and respond to the analog world. This serves as a creative framework for understanding our own relationship to the digital world. In this project, computer vision is incorporated as a medium between both input and output through the use of two cameras, a typical webcam and a Microsoft Kinect. For the first part of the project, a webcam streams visual data into a computer program which interpolates the video data into a 25x25 virtual dot matrix ...


Bees, David Versluis, Roy R. Behrens Dec 2012

Bees, David Versluis, Roy R. Behrens

Pro Rege

Iowa Insect Series 2012. Digital Collage -- Giclèe Prints. The “Iowa Insect Series” of ten images was completed during the month of January, 2012. Versluis initiated the collaboration, which was conducted long distance, and image files were volleyed back and forth. Each designer/artist added, subtracted, or modified the image until both felt the print was finished and the series completed. Collaborative prints by David Versluis, Dordt College, and Roy Behrens, University of Northern Iowa. Both teach graphic design.


Bom Pops, Matt Drissell Dec 2012

Bom Pops, Matt Drissell

Pro Rege

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