RWS 100 - Understanding television

RWS 100 - Understanding television - Sara Good RWS 100...

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Sara Good RWS 100 11:00 Stupefaction – The state of being stupefied. - The period of stupefaction she experienced made her feel embarrassed and dumbfounded. Lexigraphical – A system of writing, such as Chinese, where each word is represented by a single sign - I was surprised to learn that the Chinese writing system is lexigraphical. Quibble – To evade the truth or importance of an issue by raising trivial distinctions and objections. - He was quibbling when he would not address the importance of the issue at hand. Phantasmagoria – A fantastic sequence of haphazardly associative imagery, as seen in dreams or fever. - The indoor roller coaster at the amusement park was a phantasmagoria of lights, colors, and sounds. Auteurs – A filmmaker, usually a director, who exercises creative control over his or her works and has a strong personal style. -Because of his control and ability to express himself through his work, it was no wonder that the auteur created such a thrilling film. 2) David Marc's main argument in the essay lies in the first paragraph of his essay. Marc
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course RWS 100 taught by Professor Avner during the Fall '07 term at San Diego State.

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