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Unformatted text preview: 8-29-07Distorted ThinkingPolarization seeing things one way or another (ignoring all grey area)Single Solution Syndrome just say noOver Generalization tendency to make large statements from small pieces of evidence (all, none, everybody, always)Personalization tendency to see every issue through your own eyes & personal experience.1.What is identity and how is it acquired?2.How do we constitute culture?3.Issue that divides generation.4.How does change occur?5.Why did so many from parents generation drop out?6.Generation NameEvidenceSoundVideo/PictorialDocumentArtifacts^All have in one way or another been framed^Framing select present and emphasize certain versions of reality more than anotherFraming Pictorially set a frame on something60s easy to see a disjunctureRather blatant in terms of what people are thinking50s as close as America came to consensus about possibility of perfecting AmericaConditions:oWWIIMake world safe for democracyThink highly of ourselves afterIdeology of liberal consensus...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course AMST 201 taught by Professor Zang during the Fall '07 term at Towson.
- Fall '07