Analysis & Findings chapterThis section could read like an extended film analysi

Analysis & Findings chapterThis section could read like an extended film analysis essay.The analysis section is building upon skills and strategies of Film Analysis format. The critical analysis section is exploring and analysing and the topic and answering the research questions whilst making use of the ideas and relevant contexts introduced in the literature section and implementing methods/processing the findings introduced in the methodology section.Main Research question: Why is Patriarchy roles still current in contemporary Korean cinema?Other questions of my argument Why are South Korean gender roles represented in different ways of their characters approach to its reality? Why is Feminism noticed & issued more than Masculine in their characters roles? And lastly Why is representation of gender roles often questioned in South Korea Cinema? Why is Patriarchy represented in so many South Korean Films and Dramas that interpret either in an advantage or disadvantage way within South Korean society?Examples of films and series that will be mentioned and with that is to explore the specific work in depth or look more broadly at thematic trends and discrepancies across a greater sample of work. Both are viable ways forward.- The Handmaiden (2016 Film) then refer back to the reader/researcher and then refer back to the research question. As it focuses more on the gender role a woman has to portray.-Parasite (2019 Film) then to refer back to the reader/researcher and then refer back to the research question. It focuses on Capitalism and social class.- Kim ju young: Born 1982 (2019 drama series) then refer back to the reader/researcher and then refer back to the research question. Its a feminist movie focusing on men and women role in the world how different it could be.- Last paragraph for this chapter: What is the implication of your analysis/findings Were you surprised why? what you found? Restate your theoretical questionPlease Avoid Plagiarism overall. Grammar & spellings are accurate and should make sense. And overall Good luck! If you have any questions let me know thanks.

Broken’s episode “Deadly Dressers” highlights the dangers of furniture tip-overs

Broken’s episode “Deadly Dressers” highlights the dangers of furniture tip-overs and how negligence in the production of dressers can lead to deadly outcomes.
Analyze Deadly Dressers, an emotional episode that explores the reasons why there is an increase in child death due to falling furniture in contemporary times.
The reasons are more complex than someone might expect, sparking discussion over the subject matters of a lack of awareness, personal responsibility, corporate responsibility, and even the danger of historical changes in the wood and lumber industry.
Answer the following questions:
1. What questions, concerns, or initial impressions did you have about this episode? (4-5 sentences as a minimum)
2. How can we apply our course theme and any of our main course texts to this documentary episode? (Social sustainability lecture, Language of Oppression, and/or Jandt’s “Defining Culture”?) In some ways, this is less of an “obvious” connection compared to Crash. How can we approach this topic considering some of the ideas, thought processes, and terms used in our introductory course materials? (4-5 sentences as a minimum).

Evaluate the movie Forrest Gump using Times New Roman, 12-point font, and third-

Evaluate the movie Forrest Gump using Times New Roman, 12-point font, and third-person point of view (no personal pronouns), write an MLA documented evaluation argument using at least two credible sources. •
Introduction:
o Indicate movie to evaluate.
o Explain why the subject shows a problem or controversy.
o State thesis, including 3 criteria to evaluate the movie
• Body
o Describe exactly what is seen using descriptive details.
o Analysis: How is the movie organized? What are the used by the director to create meaning or a message?
o Interpretation: What is the director trying to say by what is happening?
o Judgment of criteria: discuss evaluation of how well the movie fulfills the criteria from the evaluative claim in the introduction.
• Conclusion:
• Sum up your evaluation

Answer two of the following questions, each at the length of 500-700 words, usin

Answer two of the following questions, each at the length of 500-700 words, using 12-point Times New Roman font. In all cases, your answers will be judged on your knowledge of the concepts and techniques that we examined in the course. Between the two questions, you must discuss at least four individual films in files I have provided.
1. Throughout the course, we have discussed the triangular relationship between realism, classicism and formalism. Illustrate this distinction with reference to at least two films screened in this course. 2. The history of cinema has been profoundly shaped by the continual emergence of new audio-visual technologies. With reference to at least two films screened in the course, show how technological change has affected film style NOTE THAT THIS IS INTENDED TO LINK INTO FILM HISTORY
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Answer two of the following questions, each at the length of 500-700 words, usin

Answer two of the following questions, each at the length of 500-700 words, using 12-point Times New Roman font. In all cases, your answers will be judged on your knowledge of the concepts and techniques that we examined in the course. Between the two questions, you must discuss at least four individual films in files I have provided.
1. Throughout the course, we have discussed the triangular relationship between realism, classicism and formalism. Illustrate this distinction with reference to at least two films screened in this course. 2. The history of cinema has been profoundly shaped by the continual emergence of new audio-visual technologies. With reference to at least two films screened in the course, show how technological change has affected film style NOTE THAT THIS IS INTENDED TO LINK INTO FILM HISTORY
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The thesis of this research project is about exploring Patriarchal Society withi

The thesis of this research project is about exploring Patriarchal Society within contemporary South Korean Cinema. Particularly the various topics such as Gender representations, Class studies (Rich & poor) and Colonial in South Korea, that is shown and explained in Films, Television Drama and Korean Dramas examples including the Korean film directors & researchers that observes patriarchal society overall. This study of this Research project it will introduce with a Literature Review and Methodology, with various topics that will be discussed in this study research of the Patriarchy Society with South Korean Society and South Korean Cinema as a whole. Following along with topics in more detail with examples that specifically shows Patriarchy overall of its reality within society. In addition, the case studies topics that were mentioned above that will also be involved with examples of contemporary Korean films & Dramas that will be mentioned for instance: Train to Busan (2016) concentrating on Patriarchy Society in Korea, Parasite (2019) focusing with Class studies, Squid Game (2021) Gender Representation and Hand Maiden (2016) towards Colonial in Korea. This will reflect on the relations in Korean society, on the significant role played by culture in forming the notions of what it is like to be in a Patriarchy Society system that occurs within South Korea, whilst revealing the consistency and changes of its approach. The research question will be applied to this project that will be present and support towards my argument e.g., Why are South Korean gender roles represented in different ways of their characters approach to its reality? Why is Feminism been issued and noticed more than Masculine in their characters roles? And lastly Why is representation of gender roles often questioned in South Korea Cinema? Mainly overall My hypothesis is ‘Why is Patriarchy society represented in Korean Films and Dramas that interpret either in an advantage or disadvantage way within Korean society?

DESCRIPTION:The Final Assignment should be written from the point of view of con

DESCRIPTION:The Final Assignment should be written from the point of view of convincing the instructor to include a film not currently on the course list as a screening. To do this, students will have to develop an argument and explain the relevance of the film to the course goals and the study of Film History. CONTENT:The Final Assignment should answer the question “Why include this film in the course?”,or put differently, “How does this film add to our study of Film History?” You will make this argument by choosing a chapter of the textbook (Dixon and Foster’s A Short History of Film) and then show how the film could be taught alongside it. For example, you might select a film that exemplifies a different film movement that could hypothetically be added to the course, or which would give a different perspective on a movement like Classical Hollywood Cinema. Or perhaps you could use a film to help illustrate Dixon and Foster’s gaps or blind spots. It would be desirable to single out one or two scenes and explain how they could be used in the classroom for close examination.No essay that does not develop an argument linking your chosen film to a single chapter of A Short History of Film will pass. You will be evaluated on understanding of the elements of film history we have studied and your ability to usefully connect them with the film you are writing about.Please follow the style guide and use the essay template. Any material you reference (including A Short History of Film) must be properly cited, including the use of page numbers; failures to cite properly may result in a plagiarism case. If you do other research, it must be of peer-reviewed material published by a reputable academic publisher.
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