Discuss the relationship(s) between the photo and a “public culture” or a public conversation or movement

 

Term Paper

     Specific instruction that you need to look carefully the attached files.

PROCEDURES

·Use the photo I have selected for you already.

· Precisely analyze and describe the photo.

· Conduct and exhibit a variety of research on your photo (including citation information) on the photographer, the context in which it was taken, the meaning of the symbols in the image, your interpretation, and related issues and events. Librarian Leslie Hurst will guide some of our work.

· Discuss the relationship(s) between the photo and a “public culture” or a public conversation or movement

· Speculate about the image’s iconic potential by applying Lucaites and Harriman’s definition of iconic photojournalism.

REQUIREMENTS

· Use of a image about Black Friday that I selected (attached in “file 2”).

· Speculate about the image’s iconic potential by applying Lucaites and Harriman’s definition of iconic photojournalism (include the definition in your paper)

· Identify and describe photo and the context of the photo

· Perform an analysis of the photo

· Discuss the relationship(s) between the photo and a “public culture” or a public conversation or movement

· 2,000 words double-spaced (8-10 pages), you must embed or attach the image to your paper

· APA, MLA or CMS format.

· Include at least four sources to discuss context of photo, interpretation of image, information on photographer, discussion or journalism or iconic images, including at least one peer-reviewed academic article (in addition to the Lucaites and Hariman, which must be used in your paper)

· Clearly written, with introduction, conclusion and logical organization

DUE DATES

Feb. 19st draft due (at least 4 pages)

Feb. 23nd draft due (at least 8 pages draft for instructor comments)

Feb. 28- Final draft due

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