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media question 1 - Mitchel discusses how the Worlds Fairs...

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Mitchel discusses how the Worlds Fairs and Expos provided an “apparatus of representation”. What does he mean by this? gave a central place to the representation of the non-western world this construction of otherness is important to the manufacture of national identity and imperial purpose. the world itself was being ordered up as an endless exhibition a reality characterized by essentialism, otherness, and absence everything was organized in a way that represented a larger meaning the observer is both surrounded by and excluded from the exhibit What have been the various reasons proposed as to why people might have participated in human exhibitions during the Fairs, in live shows, or on films which inaccurately or negatively portrayed them? money/rewards offered do not realize that they will be portrayed inaccurately or negatively led to believe that their lives will return to normal afterwards in Bontoc Eulogy, the tribes were told they would return soon, but Fuentes’
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course ANTH 2009 taught by Professor Vail during the Spring '08 term at Columbia.

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