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    • • Please address how this change will affect other courses, programs, and departments. Give careful consideration to this question. When this question is not considered it often leads to additional paperwork to address the problems created by the...
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    • • If multiple professors will be teaching this course initially please attach resumes of all those scheduled to teach the course. Research the information on availability of rooms, equipment, etc. Do not skip this question with the intent to figure...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 57 References Adorno, T. W. (1986). Aesthetic theory. (Robert Hullot-Kentor, Trans.) London: Continuum. Adorno, T. (2005). Culture industry reconsidered. In R. Guins & O. Cruz (Eds.), Popular culture: A reader(103- 108)....
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 54 stretch to argue that the original Jurassic Park was intentionally critical of the treatment of burgeoning technologies such as genetic modification. As far as the novel, the question is not necessarily whether or not...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 50 entirely written out- his character does what seems like a complete turn around in Jurassic World. In the reboot, Wu adopts more of the technology as product frame, and it is ultimately revealed that he has been working...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 47 the more technical aspects, while his role is mostly given to the animated “Mr. DNA” in the film, and he presumably leaves the island as soon as the main conflict begins. While the ensemble characters fit quite neatly into...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 46 cases, the technology Nedry tries to make off with is essentially what hinders his success: he meets his end from the venom of a dilophosaurus. As I have already mentioned in my analysis, one of the most notable character...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 40 criticism. These sorts of phrases suggest that the investment of wealth into the technology is enough to ensure the product is good. What he does not account for is that the wealth gives him no real control. This...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 39 developmental environment.” (p. 109). In controlling these factors, the scientist can say with certainty that all of their dinosaurs begin life as female, and two female dinosaurs simply cannot conceive on their...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 34 real; Jurassic World is a technologically advanced sideshow. They are not concerned with reality, but that they have “something scary and easy to pronounce” so that they do not alienate visitors from their show. It should...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 31 easily explain Jurassic Park. For example, to demonstrate the great impact of the park and the extensive work and costs behind its construction and maintenance, competitor Lewis Dodgson explains to Jurassic Park’s computer...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 3 Acknowledgements Throughout my time in the Master’s program, I have been incredibly fortunate to work with wonderful friends, peers, staff, and faculty alike that have made my time at Southern Utah University so full of joy...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 26 Marxist analysis in literature available), and it is therefor reasonable to expand this quality to dialogue (Eagleton, 1976). Narrative dialogue, therefore, must be treated as such. This method of rhetorical analysis also...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 23 Method Jurassic Park as an Artifact In response to the posed research question, I will analyze a selection of three artifacts from the franchise: the first Jurassic Park novel, the first Jurassic Park film adaptation, and...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 20 The work of The Birmingham School further allowed scholars to more clearly apply Marxist theory in practice to artifacts of popular culture, rather than just analyzing “high” culture, as was more the norm. Previous...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 18 “ideology and truth cannot be neatly distinguished” (trans. 1997, p.234). Art essentially comes to serve as a vehicle for the ideologies of the time it was created. However, Adorno also explains that this resistive quality...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 16 justification of Marxist analysis, Marx describes the relationship between base and superstructure as mutually influential, that each element exerts some influence on the other. So, cultural artifacts, for example, have...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 14 or negative force, as he gives examples of bases from totalitarian fascism to socialist communism and almost any other conceivable economic organization. Rather, the base outlines who holds the power, and what that power...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 13 Literature Review Marx, Consciousness and the Ideology of Art From the moment Jurassic Park’s protagonists meet, class is a visibly pronounced and crucial force driving the conflict in the narrative. Drs. Alan Grant and...

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