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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” 53 the strongest ties to the technology are triumphant, or, at the very least, able to make it out of the park alive. However, these critical messages seem lost in translation after the bridge from novel to film. The Jurassic...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 51 testament to the argument for the respect of nature and technology: Owen Grady is one of the protagonists in danger, and he also developed a relationship with the dinosaurs. Ultimately, this respect for their power...
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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” 5 Table of Contents Introduction: Challenges in Modern Science ·····················································6 Literature Review...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 49 of and experience with digs and dinosaur specimen, Owen has a very hands-on relationship with the technology of the park- the dinosaurs. He does play a slightly more significant role in terms of describing the park, likely...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 43 scientific process Hammond is. Essentially, that the park is always destined to fail because Hammond does not understand the production. Jurassic World (2015). There is at least one line in Jurassic World that encapsulates...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 42 media make dinosaurs look the way they do because that is what the people believe they look like, or do the people believe dinosaurs look that way because of what they are shown? Interestingly, this theme comes up the most...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 41 Technology as Nature’s Enemy The final theme focused on the reality of the park: that while the dinosaurs inhabiting it are living, breathing creatures, they are anything but natural. This theme particularly focused on...
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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” 32 Hammonds own intentions toward the park- it is strictly viewed as an amusement park, if an advanced one. This theme is particularly interesting in the context of the book, as it calls back to the original argument Crichton...
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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” 30 Analysis of Themes and Context Analysis of the chosen artifacts yielded four separate themes that were consistent across each text. While each individual text likely had themes that were unique to that narrative, I chose...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 27 criticism, as many Marxist scholars have a background in that field, it is possible to take those concepts and apply them to artifacts of popular culture. When applied to a text, a Marxist critic pays special attention to...
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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” 21 older works which laud now-outdated technologies as “revolutionary” might quickly lose relevance and become passé to the point of hilarity, yet, as in the case of Frankenstein such works are still studied and discussed at...
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    • xi Marshall Plan Foundation and Southern Utah University; Mag. Elke Greindl for her advice, cultural insight, effective classroom instruction, and friendly nature; and fellow students Rebecca Nielsen for her efforts conceptualizing the research...
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    • Writing--Technique; Fiction--Technique
    • Writing the Great American Novel 28 Slide 8—Core Competency #4—Story Structure There are 4 parts to Story Structure that fit into 4 boxes. Each box takes about 25% of the book. There are about 60 scenes per book divided by 4 Slide 9—Story...

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