You will write a 2,000–word paper that analyzes the images attached below.
The paper must use APA format, 12–point Times New Roman typeface ,one–inch margins (top, bottom, right, left) and be double–spaced. IMPORTANT:The 2,000–word minimum does not include title page, references,appendices, etc. It only counts on the body of the paper!
You must have a minimum of 5 sources. Sources CANNOT,under any circumstances,be from anyonline encyclopedia, Wikipedia, or online dictionary! Sources should be academic books, academic journals, or reliable online sources (blogs and personal websites are not reliable sources).
Divide your paper into nine sections: an introduction, the six perspectives, a conclusion, and a reference sectionwith at least five sources. Use boldface headings for each section.
Introduction(≈5% of paper, first and second person pronouns are allowed)This first paragraph introduces the reader to the image you chose and that you will analyze it with the six perspectives. In addition, it introduces/outlines the paper as a whole (similar to an introduction you would write for an essay).
Personal Perspective(≈10% of paper, first and second person pronouns are allowed)Say why you chose the image and analyze it using your personal opinions. Write about your initial“gut” reactions to the image.
Historical Perspective(≈10% of paper, first and second person pronouns NOTallowed)Analyze the image by placing it in its historical context.
Technical Perspective(≈20% of paper, first and second person pronouns NOTallowed)Discussthe image by describing how it was madeand a minimum of three (3) aesthetic or theoretical elements discussed in the course(e.g., line, shape, color, composition, Gestalt theories, rule of thirds, 3–D depth cues). You must identify “what” elements you are discussing, but also “how” and “why” it connects to the image.
Ethical Perspective(≈20% of paper, first and second person pronouns NOTallowed)Justify the image by using one of the six philosophies.If you can’t find a philosophy to justify it, then make an ethical argument against the image using one of the six philosophies. First and second person pronouns are notallowed.
Cultural Perspective(≈20% of paper, first and second person pronouns NOTallowed)Identify and explain as many symbols as you can.First and second person personal are notallowed.
Critical Perspective(≈10% of paper, first and second person pronouns areallowed)Write a more reasoned personal perspective.How has your view of the image changed after you’ve spent time with it and researched all the other perspective? Maybe it hasn’t changed and you can write about that. Personal pronouns are allowed.
Conclusion(≈5% of paper, first and second person pronouns are allowed)Your conclusion should state what you learned from this assignment.
References You need at least 5sources.Use MUST use in–text citations for any information you use from sources.Points are deducted if you list a sourcein the References section, but there are no in–text citations referring to it.
Please see attached for the images and essay template.