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proposal yecheng - object in 1960s’ Japan” he argues...

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Many cultures have distinct art forms  which influence government and promote  political activisms. In Lisle’s article “Local Symbols, Global  Networks: Rereading the Murals of Belfast  Alternatives” she states “This article rereads  the murals through the specific context of the  peace process, in which the “two communities”  thesis is losing its relevance”  In Spencer’s “Rockin’ the Right-Wing  Blogosphere: John J. Miller’s Conservative 
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Song Lists and Popular Culture after 9/11” he  illustrates how people use rock music as a tool  to take advantage from it and it is also  reterritorialized for some political purpose.  Japanese Professor Marotti’s study “Political  aesthetics: activism, everyday life, and art’s 
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Unformatted text preview: object in 1960s’ Japan” he argues, during revolutionary, how activism and critique emerged to challenge administrative forms of politics in 1960. In scholar Sharon Schroeder, his study “The Internet as a Tool for Political activism in China” he argues about how cyber activists and internet can affect the politics and he also analyze how politics affect the cyber activists. In professor Roland Bleiker’s article “Art after 9/11” he points out that “art can help broaden understandings of contemporary security challenges, especially in view of the limits of conventional forms of strategic and policy analysis...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course ASTU 150 taught by Professor Wu during the Spring '10 term at UBC.

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