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    • 2 0 d) Order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small bag). f) Produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons. g) Correctly use...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 5 ABSTRACT It is undeniable to claim that we live in a visual world. The introduction and developments of the digital camera have had a tremendous impact in many facets of society. This study focuses on the impact of visual...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 8 Photography in the Field: A Content Analysis of Photography in National Geographic Magazines For individuals who appreciate the effectiveness and strength in a photograph, the quote, “A picture speaks a thousand words” can be...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 9 we became popular because we went digital. We have managed to stay on the cutting edge of visual image ever since” (Cook, 1991, p. 43). Profits from the society have gone supported research grants in the amount of $153 million,...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 10 make a real connection to people and can be employed as a positive agent for understanding the challenges and opportunities facing our world today” (Griffin, 2008). According to National Geographic, their selection of hired...
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    • 22 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design the entire web page; it is also useful in helping understand the images placed thereon. According to C. Forceville (1999): Pictures, including multimodal ‘texts,’ give significant information through the ways in...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 12 the website to more appropriately fit this content analysis. The magazines that were analyzed were issues between January 2010 and December 2011. This research hoped to find themes and connections (or lack thereof) between the types...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 14 communicating the same story. This results in a story that can be experienced through the text or absent of text and through the photos themselves (Mendelson & Darling-Wolf, 2009). Perhaps National Geographic is more aware of the...
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    • Tues. Nov. 17, 1903: Ther. 41., 56., Wea. Cold wind, Clear. In the photograph gallery again today. Printing and finishing. 86) Wednesday 18: Ther. Cold., Wea. Light clouds. Dan and I came out and camped with Jim on the south side of the white peak...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 16 arousing content available” (Pfau & Haigh, 2006, p. 151). Additionally, Trivundza (2008) notes that many authors emphasize that the content of international news can influence the audience’s knowledge, perception and evaluation of...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 17 Increasing evidence has been shown that viewers are more likely to remember the way a story is shown in images than the way a story is written in words (Newton, 2009). People who consider themselves as visual learners are more...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 19 Sontag (2002) writes that due to a generation of “information overload” visual images are the quickest and most proficient at compacting and storing information (p.113) “the problem is not that people remember the photographs but...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 20 greatly contribute to viewer’s perception as some participants in their study have been found to read more into the story or attention may be directed to more information than what the author is trying to communicate through the...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 21 effect of this published photograph resulted in immediate action as food was soon thereafter brought to the starving workers and continued as a progressive movement which was initiated and aimed at improving conditions of the...
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    • Sun. Nov. 29, 1903: Ther. Cooler., Wea. Partly cloudy, The bike went back on me so I got one of George Isom’s horses to ride home this afternoon. 86) Monday 30: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear, Worked at the photograph business most of the day. 86)...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 22 Emotions elicited from images are related to the visual learning processes that provide connections between the verbal and nonverbal systems (when the sight of a cat elicits the name of the animal, or when the word cat elicits an...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 23 Figure 2 (photograph taken from http://www.telegraph.co.uk) In a photograph entitled, “Accidental Napalm” (figure 2) the Hariman and Lucaites attempt to analyze the moral capacity that the photograph may have on a viewer. They...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 24 Photographic discourse As photographs are the primary focus that photographers and visual ethnographers who set out into foreign countries and rural villages include in their fieldwork, text is an important accompaniment. Alesich...
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    • Braithwaite , Thnmncnn Rod Decker, Garth Nelson, Georgia Beth S m t t thnrlev Ri~h Wilcnn a n d Plnn P n t t v July 2, 1981.. .The Power Board met with the City Council to discuss the Public Service Commission ruling. Ramon Prestwich...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 31 Rationale and Research Questions National Geographic possesses a unique approach to communicating current events involving political affairs, environmental issues, and human interest by combining narratives and corresponding images....

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