YoY o Ma, “Necessary Edges: Arts, Empathy, and Education” Torie Rose DeGhett, “The War Photo No One Would Publish”
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Need 1 introduction! Intro. need to open with a general concept that relates the both authors, Need mention they names but not in the first sentence.And 3 body paragraphs.
topic sentence, then explain topic sentence (2 or 3 sentences） then state qupte and analyze it. Give example from essay if necessary for support conclude Deghett, Then talk about the article 2 from YOYO MA , explain Topic sentence, then state quote and explain it . give example for support then conclude yoyo ma, final concluding sentence relates to topic sentences.
We live in a world where visual images dominate our lives. Television, IPhones, GoPro, and other forms of media influence the way that individuals construct their sense of reality. We “see” more about the world around us, and yet at the same time the question is whether or not we “feel” as much for the subjects that are represented in the images that everyday technology presents to us. Technology has an extraordinary influence on what we think is “true, and one even begins to wonder if what is “seen” can even be properly understood anymore given the way that images can be manipulated.
Please consider this question.
In a world surrounded by media and technology what happens to our sense of empathy for others—and how do those in control try to influence the way we “see” and “feel?”
Here are some suggestions.
1. Who controls the technology has enormous importance in terms of the way we relate to an image. What problems are evident with respect to the responsibility one has with this control? How are these problems presented in De Ghett? What might be the “necessary edge” to better understand what De Ghett presents to his readers?
2. How does our sense of empathy change when technology—and its users—construct the representation of a subject? Does the “necessary edge” of technology increase or decrease the way a subject is understood by the user of technology?
3. If our sense of empathy is affected, then what happens to what we call “reality” and our relationship to the truth?