Humanities_Concepts_and_Terms

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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle The Humanities Fundamental Concepts and Terminology
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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle Fundamental Concepts in the Humanities Form/Composition - the arrangement, design, organization, pattern, or structure of a work; the shape of its content. Content/Subject Matter - what the work is about.
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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle Fundamental Concepts in the Humanities (continued) Context – The conditions under which a work is created including geographical and historical place of origin; purpose or function; biography of the creator of the work; public and critical reactions; political, economic, and social events of the time period; cultural values of the society; dominant styles/theories/influences/movements of the time period, etc.
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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle Fundamental Concepts in the Humanities (continued) Medium - the physical materials that make up a work. Technique - a process or method used to produce a work.
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course HUM 120 taught by Professor Seandoyle during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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