Questions for April 12, 2016
V for Vendetta Chapters 1-5
1. What is the voice of fate?
V. Lewis Prothero does the voice of fate. Broadcasting on 275 and 285 metres in the medium
2. Who are the fingerman?
3. Who is the villain?
The king of the
3 matching (17pts) Characters in Contract, Vocabulary, and Superheroes ideologies
3 short answer (6 points), 19 multiple choice, 3 extra credits; explain the SRA (Short answer,
explain the 2 opposing views, 2 opposing people)
1. What is ideology?
1. What are some of the reasons that Taborn gives for women and minorities having lower rates
of careers in technology fields, despite having similar (or higher) propensities toward
science, math, and technology adoption as youth? (beginning of chapter an
Quick and Dirty
You need to give credit to others for ideas
that are not originally your own.
Parenthetical References within your
paper that refers to- Reference List listing the full details of the
source you are citing.
Is San Jose State University Really Accepting of its Wide Diversity?
In November of 2013, there was an event that took place at San
Jose State University. Donald Williams Jr, an African American, was a 17year-old freshman at the university when he was bru
By Arthur Miller
ACT I: Scene 1
SETTING: A bedroom in Reverend Samuel Parris house, Salem,
Massachusetts, in the Spring of the year, 1692. As the curtain rises we see
Parris on his knees, beside a bed. His daughter Betty, aged 10, is asleep i
Thesis: In both the Watseka Wonder and The Spiritualistic practices of Cherie Valentines
family there are historical themes of witchcraft present through signs of possession,
advanced knowledge, and common religious themes.
A. Watseka Wonder bef
IDS 121 Spring, 2012
Witchcraft and Magic in the Western Tradition
You will need to purchase a blue book from Barnes and Noble or Alamo II bookstores, put your
name on it in the upper right hand corner, and turn it in on May 1. You will receive
After reading through this chapter, the same question keeps coming to mind: If these
negative effects of humor hold true, why do people consistently create humor and make
jokes? How are peoples morals so degrading to create these types of jokes? Are peopl
Why do we, as a society, make jokes, create humor, and laugh? We laugh at funny
things and we laugh at stupid things, but why? Even Morreall says it the best in his book,
Comic Relief, Of all the things human beings do or experience, laughing may be the f
Is San Jose State University Really Accepting
of Its Wide Diversity?
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In November of 2013, there was an event that took place at San Jose State University. Donald
Williams Jr, an African American
Reading guide for:
Lpez, Antonio. (2008). Circling the cross: Bridging Native America, education, and digital
media. In Anna Everett (Ed.), Learning race and ethnicity: Youth and digital media (pp. 109
126). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
1. What are some
Marvel: Civil War Chapters 1-3
What causes the initiation of the Superhero Registration Act?
What is the Superhero Registration Act?
What are the two opposing viewpoints of the Superhero Registration Act and who holds them?
Why is it so import
Todays Questions 2/2/16
Sequential Sketches of Identity
What is a cycle narrative?
How does this notion of a cycle narrative tie into Eisners A Contract with God?
What are some prevalent themes in the story and where do they occur?
Who is the ac
Todays questions 2/8/2016:
Loeb and Morris article, Heroes and Superheroes
1. According to Loeb and Morris, what is a superhero?
2. Whats the difference between a superhero and regular hero?
3. What does a superhero teach us?
Superheroes: A Never Ending B
Todays Questions 1/28/16
Where does Eisners story take place?
What is a tenement?
What does Eisner state about the rules of privacy in a tenement?
A Contract with God
What is Frimmes contract with God?
What are themes that occur in this story
Todays Questions 1/21/16
What is ideology?
What is propaganda?
What is hegemony?
What are the three types of readings?
Based on the documentary and the readings, make connections between the development of
comic books and political influence.
The Killing Joke Questions p. 2 2/25/16
Joker wore what infamous costume during the chemical plant robbery?
What causes Jokers skin color change?
Why is Joker being brought in by the books so important to Commissioner Gordan?
What is so im
The Killing Joke Questions p. 1 2/23/16
Alan Moore and Brian Bolland were originally supposed to create what duo-hero based comic
book before it fell through?
What does Batman visit Arkham Asylum to do?
What was the Jokers origi
Todays Questions 2/18/16
Superhuman Ethics Class with Avengers Prime
1) Please list the Avenger with their prescribed heroic philosophy.
2) Given this information, does Iron Man and Captain Americas stances make since in Civil War?
3) Can you think of oth
Questions for April 5, 2016
Icon: A Heros Welcome Introduction 4
1. Who does Icons origin story resemble?
2. Which Supreme Court Justice called the Milestone office to
praise their work?
3. What is the question that Icon asks that
Reading guide for:
Sandoval, Chela, and Guisela Latorre. (2008). Chicana/o artivism: Judy Bacas digital work with
youth of color. In Anna Everett (Ed.), Learning race and ethnicity: Youth and digital media (pp.
81108). Cambridge, MA:
When I was reading over the syllabus for the class, I did not expect to be reading what
I am. When I saw Dark Humor and Ethics in Postmodern American Fiction, I expected to
be reading about more humor-oriented scenarios. From my perspective, Breakfast of
When deciding whether or not humor is being used in a positive way and for the
common good, one must evaluate the situation and decide if the outcome is for the greater
good. So many times jokes and humor can be taken either way- positively or negatively-