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The Two Main Inspirations For My Artwork: David Padworny And Joshua Miels

David Padworny & Joshua Miels have been my main influences. The style of their paintings and the techniques they use to paint have been my inspiration. Along with my development, I was able to interpret migration through the work of these artists. Two portraits of my older brother have helped me to achieve this. These artists helped me internalize emotion so that I could incorporate it into my work. David Padworny was the artist who introduced me to color. Like Josh Miels, his work is abstract and he strives to convey intense emotion. He paints his works from rough sketches, blurred pictures or memories to keep a lively and creative atmosphere. He tried to express emotion through his paintings by using exaggerated expressions and even painting tears on the subjects. His works are expressive, both in terms of colour and style. It can be used to convey the emotions of the subject and the artist. His expressive qualities were sometimes so intense, it was hard to tell what the work was about. It also highlights how his portrait paintings were bordering on abstraction. It was only after I discovered Padworny that I began to understand the importance of colour in creating a more naturalistic look. Padworny’s work inspired me to experiment with colours I hadn’t yet explored. After copying his work, I learned how to use color to create tone. It was a great help when I painted my first portrait. The first time I learned about texture was when Padworny painted with thick layers of impasto. His idea to capture emotion by exaggerated expressions also inspired me. You can see in the Portrait two of My Brother that I exaggeratedly painted his smile to emphasise the joy and happiness he felt.

After I had absorbed all Padworny’s work, I began to develop my idea based on the theme of migration. Padworny’s art was too abstracted and expressive for my project, but I still found it useful in forming the concept I needed. Joshua Miels is an artist who works in the contemporary art world. He paints mostly portraits. The idea of the painting was inspired by two portraits I did of my brother. He wanted to capture emotion in his subject, just as Padworny did. He wants viewers to see what the subject is hiding. The emotion of my brother at the time played a big role in how the art was portrayed. The face of my brother is a giant smile. It captures his character. Josh Miels paints with a variety of bright colors, which enhance my brother’s character. Miels and Padwomy used a pallete knife to paint our canvas. My canvas was paper. It gives both my and their work a texture. Miles is not satisfied with simply painting the canvas. To create the texture, Miles paints in multiple layers. Miels & Padworny are oil painters, whereas my acrylic paints and acrylic texture paste is what I use. My artworks are matte, whereas theirs have a glossy finish. Miles created his art to let people connect and understand emotions on a spiritual basis. He strongly believes in the freedom of expression. He is particularly concerned that men be allowed to express themselves. He thinks that many men feel they have to hide their feelings in order to conform to stereotypical views. Most of his portraits are of men. His portraits are mostly of men to give a stronger impact to the viewer. This made a huge impact on my life, because even though we have different themes, it gave me a new perspective of the male emotion. I also chose a photograph of my brother at a younger age to paint. It was my intention to illustrate that even though we grow and change physically, our emotions never go away. Miels created male portraits in which the expressions were sad, so that it would be apparent that men are capable of feeling. Miles wanted to confront the viewer’s emotions, so I did this. It made me think of the reason why the subject was feeling the way they were. Joshua Miels is a major influence on my art, but we cannot compare our themes. Miels’ work was purely emotional. A long history in his family of depression, anxiety, and addiction was also a factor. It was for this reason that he created his work. The sub-category of my theme in this work is emotion, whereas the dominant theme, as previously stated, is migration. The word migration was interpreted as growth. The entire piece is two paintings. One of my five-year-old brother, and one of his twenty-year old brother.

It is important to note that they are placed side-by-side in order for the growth power and natural body development to be clearly highlighted. The man has evolved from an infant to an older adult. Due to the similarity of expression in the two paintings, the viewer is forced to consider whether migration from a child’s body to an adult has any effect on their emotional development. Josh Miels, not David Padworny, was the artist who most influenced my work. Miels’ style was the one I adopted and made my own. It took me some time to learn how to use colours this way. I started by painting with naturalistic colors and gradually added more colours, until I finally changed to only using bright and interesting shades. Miels’ paintings had a more refined and uniform quality because he painted them in segments. Padworny’s seemed more random in his colour selection and application. The colours were all blended together, so there was no clear distinction between them. This resulted a muddy-looking effect that I didn’t enjoy. My final artwork clearly shows that Miels’ method was my preference. This is a preference of mine and also an expression of myself, since I am a refined individual. It was possible to combine the work of Miels and Padworny, despite their different approaches, to create mine. By creating these pieces, I have expanded my artistic abilities. This will be helpful to me as I move forward. My understanding of colour and emotion has helped me create two paintings that are unique in their expression. Miels and Padworny’s art has both positive and negatively impacted me. They have helped me decide what my artistic preferences are. I also discovered more about myself as an artist, because the texture of the paint really sparked my interest in the visual arts.

Analysis Of Lilith’s Personality From Sister Lilith By Honoreer Fanonne Jeffers

The 2000 story by Fanonne Jeffers, “Sister Lilith”, is about a woman who was made from mud with her husband Adam. Together they had a son called Cain. Lilith writes that “Their skin was darker than mud”. This proves Adam, Lilith, Cain and their skin color. The narrator also supports this when he says, “There was no darkness. There was only light”. Lilith is described by her character as a woman who is intelligent, uncontrollable, and stubborn. She uses all of these qualities when she refuses to obey men who are trying to control or define her. The essay will discuss all of these topics.

I could feel Adam’s heart begin to beat as well. We were swimming with grace in the warm dirt, then we opened our hands, and let each other go. The protagonist introduced the characters in the story by quoting the above line. The protagonist then made a point about how Sister Lilith’s skin was darker than Adam’s mud when he moved. Adam no longer treats her with respect. He does not praise her the way he used do when they first met. When Adam gets intimate with her she does not show enthusiasm for romance. Instead, she is dissatisfied. Sister Lilith recognized that Satan and the angels were not trustworthy when they appeared. Sister Lilith could tell that the discussion was going to be about something she didn’t believe. In that moment, she was forced to learn how to defend her verbally. Satan said that she was a bad wife for not trying to entice her spouse. Satan’s words “It is apparent that Brother Adam may be a little unsatisfied. It is important to know this”. Satan told Lilith to pay attention more closely to Adam’s stories, especially those about his day and the animals. He told her to show more enthusiasm in intimacy. Satan told Sister Lilith to make Adam fancy meals. Sister Lilith, by refusing to make Adam fancy food, has shown that she is not controlled by men. She stopped showing Adam affection. She can’t pretend to accept the situation when she doesn’t. She will do the same if Adam is willing to help Lilith. She does not give in to Satan, but she is passive. She asked Satan directly in the face, “Has Adam told you that he doesn’t help around the home?” She asks Satan if Adam is not concerned about Cain the baby. “That Adam does not pay much attention to Cain?”. She said that Adam who was expecting her to hear his stories did not ask about the day she had with their child. This shows that Lilith was the one trying to initiate a conversation while Adam was outside. Adam is not bothered by the bump but he just sits right over her. This shows that Sister Lilith is annoyed by Satan’s attempt to define her. Looking him in the face is a sign of disobedience. Sister Lilith shows Satan that she is powerful and can control men. Satan attempted to make it seem like this wasn’t his idea, saying that “this concern is not just mine, but this comes directly from the top”. Sister Lilith couldn’t give a damn and told Satan he could take the matter back up to his office when he left. She wanted to show Satan she wasn’t defined. She demonstrated her feministism. Satan flew off because she was so strong. She is adamant about being a woman and believes no one is going to be able change that. Instead, the woman stands firm. She even believes that Adam is going to come back and she will be with him for the time-being. Sister Lilith did not worry, but was not surprised when Adam and Eve returned. After all, she had shown Satan that she was a no-nonsense woman and she would not be left alone. Eve’s gift didn’t bother her, because she was convinced that Eve would never be Adam and his wife. Sister Lilith’s personality is strong and she feels comfortable with her stand. She will not let men control or define her. She speaks out when the matter is important and does not act submissively. She takes what men give to her.

The Autobiography Of Miss Jane Pittman: Role Of Characters’ Opinions

The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman’s opening is unique and instantly impressive. Gaines begins the story by introducing his collective of speakers. Gaines weaves a narrative by allowing a “chorus” to speak in incredibly short but sympathetic sentences. Gaines’ respect for the voices of each collaborator results in an impressive rhetorical coup. A story is told by many different voices, but never lost.

The teacher in the story is shown to be modest and respectful of Miss Jane. However, she is also determined not to lose the value and personality of Miss Jane. This winning detail is implicit in the book introduction, which immediately wins the reader over. Miss Jane’s personality is immediately recognizable, from her apparent lack of understanding of the worth of her story (she claimed there was none to tell) to her sarcastic response to the would-be interviewer. Other characters, both named and unnamed, are the caring and protective neighbors and friends who fill the gaps in Miss Jane’s story and remind readers from the very beginning that it is not only a personal story but also a tale of a community. They work together in order to keep the narrative focused and unified. The account of Miss Jane is presented as a precious yet often heavy load. Miss Jane would continue to listen until the time came for her to speak. In the meantime, the teacher is also burdened by his role as organizing consciousness. He does not complain about the difficulties of his job, which is to accurately and interestingly record the essence and the meandering narration with its frequent interruptions in voice, memory, and direction. As any journalist, he is eager to close what he perceives as unfinished business.

Mary says, “If you want to change her way of telling it, then tell it yourself.” Mary says “if she wants to tell the story differently, then you need to tell it yourself.” Mary advises that writers should listen humbly, and not try and change what they hear.

Miss Jane’s story is inspiring. Her account is compelling not just because of her dramatic story, but because she is an excellent storyteller. She uses a style of oral storytelling that is visually pleasing, and has many recollected humorous, tragic and scary stories. Gaines packs in a lot, weaving personal accounts of slavery and their larger cultural context. Jane, when she visits Madame Gautier the “hoodoo”, tells a story within a story. Jane tells an infamous hoo-doo legend of Marie Laveau in New Orleans to illustrate how Madame Gautier ended up in her town. Jane’s telling of the story helps establish a connection between her and the community. It also prepares Miss Jane for the serious conversation she will have with Adeline Cluveau later when she asks her to remove the “hoo-doo of her papa”.

Although the narration of Jane’s dialogue in this exchange is hers, it is done in the style and manner of Adeline. Adeline and Albert’s dialogue is very Cajun, and they are not educated. Madame Gautier has New Orleans French accents and a theatricality that befits her profession. Ned’s adult speech is that of a code-switcher who speaks on the level of the illiterate. It also reflects his desire to educate himself and become enlightened. Each voice is treated with respect in this novel.

The “autobiography” tells the stories of many people, not just that of one woman. It is more of a dramatization about the impact slavery had on different cultures. This is a tale about the desire to be in control, whether it’s over another person, yourself, or even death. Jane, in fact, has a lot of stories. Gaines has a respect for the many voices that Miss Jane represents in her life.

Work Cited:

Gaines, Ernest J. The Autobiography Of Miss Jane Pittman The Dial Press published New York in 1971.

Multi-sensory Architecture

Architectures have always been used to house human function or activity. Form follows function was the main principle that guided design. Frank Gehry (2014, architect) stated that the desire to see first is driving architecture. Architects no longer consider the physical, psychological and emotional connections that users make with a particular space. Criticism claims that contemporary architecture ignores human beings or any other aspect of life, focusing only on aesthetics. Design has lost its multi-sensory aspect, with smooth surfaces and white walls. The level of experience for users has been reduced because the body is what allows one to engage with, enjoy and perceive architectural spaces.

BMW’s Emar Vegt (2013), an aural design, explains the importance of the sound a door makes when closing. The sound has a direct impact on sales and is one of first impressions that a customer will have at a dealership. The door is opened and the potential customer sits inside. The sound of the engine is still impressive when he starts up the car. Sound is thus a key design element in the automobile industry. This is true for all products. Designers only focus on visual appeal and ignore all other senses. It is important that the designer creates a space in which the user feels comfortable, both visually and emotionally. Dischinger (2006) observed that architects are more inclined to focus on vision than sensory experiences.

What about other senses, such as touch, sound and smell? Why not taste too? There are no other ways to cater to the senses of users. Alvar Aalto’s comments on architecture were based on his belief that furniture used by residents should not make the inhabitants uncomfortable due to the use of glares, heat conductivity and sound reflections. His architecture was designed to appeal to all of the senses. It invited the user into the space and encouraged them touch the materials.

In order to fully understand architecture, it is necessary to look at the human dimension, including their feelings and environment. Spaces and building don’t have to be shells, but can stimulate the mind and body of users. The hope is that multi-sensory architecture will enhance the human experience in these spaces. Architects need to create spaces that will engage users’ senses, which in turn will shape their emotional connection and perception of space. Sensory design critics argue that the design is too multi-sensory and overwhelms users’ perceptions, creating a space they don’t want to be in. Charles Landry argues in 2006 that multi-sensory design enhances space identity rather than overwhelming it.

This research examines how multisensory experiences can be incorporated into architectural design. It also explores the impact of these experiences on the user. In case studies of current designs, the benefits and possible negative impacts of a sensory design is investigated. This thesis reveals how the senses are able to communicate with their surroundings in order to create an inviting and soothing environment. It is a practical way to approach architectural design by using sensory design. This research will investigate how we can “see” what is invisible with the whole body and not just the eyes. It is hoped that design techniques will be developed to integrate people into spaces with meaning through unique designs and experiences.

Art History: Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo

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Renaissance Period

The era of Baroque art and culture.

Rococo Period


This essay examines the relationship between the arts, the Baroque period, and the Rococo period. In the Renaissance period, science was closely tied to art. This relationship continued through the Baroque era and into the Rococo era. The Renaissance period in the early 1500s brought about a new approach to art, which spread across the country. Baroque art was more emotional and less idealistic in early 1600s.

In the early 1700s, Rococo was referred to as an age of enlightenment. The art reflected a lighter atmosphere. Early 1700s, the Rococo Period was referred to as the Age of Enlightenment. Artwork reflected this lighter mood. Da Vinci’s Vitruvian man is a work that combines his love for art and his desire to understand science. The pen-and ink drawing on paper shows a superimposed man with his legs and arms separated and is outlined in a circular and square. The drawing is sometimes referred to as the Canon of Proportions. His work is attributed to Vitruvius or Marcus Vitruvius. Vitruvis is a Roman author and architect who was also a civil engineer and armed forces engineer. He wrote about the perfect proportions found in architecture. This inspired da Vinci, in his drawing of The Vitruvian, to analyze proportions.

Wikipedia says that Da Vinci broke down the body of man in such a way as to be related to it. For example, the navel was the center of circumference for a perfect circular shape, while the outstretched hands and legs formed a perfect square. He then measured the parts of the body in relation to each other. He stated that eight hands equal height. A hand is four fingers. (A cubit measures the distance between the tip of your middle finger and the bottom of your elbow.) (Wikipedia)

The Baroque Period If it’s Baroque then don’t change it! Baroque was considered a derogatory word in the early days. Baroque was a term used to describe something that was exaggerated, with many unflattering features and that wasn’t idealized. This was a novel concept that portrayed an emotion during a particular time. (New World Encyclopedia). During this time there were some great discoveries that connected the earth with stars. Science and art innovations mirrored those changes. Scientists began to question the tradition, determining that it wasn’t useful anymore. Galileo Galilei’s first astronomical telescope is an example.

Galilei’s telescope directly contradicted Catholic Church teaching that the Earth was at the center of universe. The contradiction was not considered revolutionary, so he was forced to live under house arrest. Many people began to doubt the tradition, which may have led to a change in art.

Rococo PeriodArt was created in the Rococo style, which is characterized by its use of pastels and light colors. The Baroque style was replaced by a more modern approach to art, which included more detail, brighter colors and ornamentation. Rococo was a playful, light-hearted style of art. It wasn’t serious or stern as the art from the Baroque period. The art of this period was a celebration of life. Joseph Wright of Derby painted A Philosopher giving a Lecture at Orrery in 1765. The painting depicts an orbital model of our solar system. The painting was said to make the universe look like a clock. (Khan Academy)

Art and science have together guided human teachings through time and space. Art can teach illiterate people by illustrating a demonstration. In the past, science and art were intertwined. Through their work, they conveyed messages that showed religion principles, theories by scientists and humanistic pleasures. Art is a great way to communicate science. Without it, we wouldn’t be as sophisticated a species.

Life Path Of Frida Kahlo

Her life can best be described by the words “suffering female”, “childless” and “mistreated wife.”

She created many portraits of herself throughout her life that reflect her inner emotions. Many believe she died while living.

Frida Kallo (1907-1954), without a doubt, was one of Mexico’s most prominent artists during the mid-20th century. Kahlo uses self-portraiture to show herself and explore her emotions. Kahlo’s work is more than just a popular icon of pop culture and feminism. Frida was the daughter of German and Mexican immigrants. She was born on July 6, in Coyoacan, Mexico. Guillermo Kahlo her father of German descendance, allowed Matilde Cader n to continue her education in Roman Catholicism. Frida started to rebel against her mother and her older sisters. Perhaps Frida felt distant from her mother’s warmth because Matilde, her strict attitude, made it impossible for Frida to return home after twelve years. She began calling her mother “mi Jefe”, her rebellious attitude.

Frida, at six years of age, was bedridden after contracting the most lethal disease known to children: polio. Frida suffered a severe limp after she had been cured. Although rebellious, Frida was an intelligent student who was quickly enrolled at the National Preparatory School of Mexico. At 14 years old, she wanted to be a doctor and was determined to leave her family. The Cachuchas were her first school. These were seven boys and two daughters who were both trouble-makers and intellectually gifted. She began to tease Diego Rivera, a well-known muralist who would paint in the school auditorium in 1922. Frida fell in love with Diego’s art over time. He would often watch her for hours, hoping to catch her attention. Rivera was impressed by her paintings and encouraged her to continue.

Frida was heading to her doom on September 17, 1925. The trolley took her through the tracks and changed her life forever. The trolley came to a stop on the bus. The trolley struck the bus. The accident caused her to fracture her spine in three places and crushed her pelvis. She also broke one of her legs. Frida did not expect to survive, but she survived. Her fractured spine would mean that she would need to suffer tremendous pain in her last years. Frida became a painter after her back was inexplicably unable for several months. Her technique improved and she was able to express her emotions through her elaborate paintings.

Frida started drawing portraits for herself and others ever since the accident. She finally felt well enough to visit Diego Rivera. He was an extremely respected artist, she knew. He asked her to let her know if she was interested in making a career of her paintings. They kept in touch from then on. Frida first met Diego Rivera at the age of 41. He was undoubtedly ugly but he attracted women to him. His most attractive feature was his personality. He had brilliant humor, vitality and charm. On August 21, 1929, they were married. Frida fell pregnant in her first year. Due to problems in her pregnancies she had an abortion. But this wasn’t her only negative experience. She learned that Diego was having an affair, and she had to tell her younger sister. Frida was also affected by two miscarriages. She later discovered that Diego had several other affairs. In 1939, she decided to end her marriage to Diego. They remarried in 1940, but that was not the end of their relationship. Despite Diego being involved with another woman (one was Frida’s sister), they were able to help in many ways. He suggested that Frida wear traditional Mexican clothing. They were long, bright, colorful and featured exotic jewelry. Frida’s long, thick eyebrows made this her signature. He was also a great admirer of her work. Frida was Diego’s most trusted and loyal critic, as well as his love.

Despite the trauma in her past, Frida was outgoing and loved 4 letter words. She enjoyed drinking tequila with her friends and singing off-color songs at their crazy parties. She loved making everyone laugh and telling bad jokes. Frida’s beauty amazed everyone. People stopped to stare at her everywhere she went. Frida was a magnet for men, so she had many scandalous affairs.

Frida had only one Mexican exhibition, and that was in spring 1953. Frida’s condition was so bad that doctors advised her against attending. After guests were allowed to enter the gallery, sirens could be heard outside. Outside, a motorbike escort and an ambulance arrived to bring the crowd into chaos. Frida Kallo was being pushed from the ambulance onto a stretcher in order to get into her exhibit. The reporters and photographers were stunned. The gallery was shocked when she was taken to her bed. A crowd gathered to welcome her. Frida entertained the crowd with jokes and sang throughout the evening. It was a huge success. Frida also had her right foot amputated below her knee because of a gangrene injury. She became suicidal and depressed as a result. She tried suicide several times. Frida was killed on July 13, 1954. Official autopsy wasn’t done. Suicide is believed to be the cause. Her last words were “I hope you leave joyfully and I will never return.”

Rivera was a fan of Rivera’s paintings that reflected her Mexican identity. She often used technical devices and subjects from Mexican archaeology to illustrate her Mexican identity. Her work has a greater impact when she uses fantastic elements to enhance its impact. Kahlo only depicted personal experiences. Kahlo was often drawn to the darkest parts of her life. She used graphic imagery to express her feelings. Rivera rejected her when she was weeping over the emotional and physical injuries she had suffered in their marriage. Frida could never have children so she had pets all her life. These pets were often her children. Frida would often paint animals with Frida when she did her self-portraits.

Frida, Kahlo and many other artists were influenced by Mexicanidad. Her hair was braided with fresh flowers and ribbons to express her identity with Mexico’s indigenous culture. She often wore traditional Mexican costumes.

Frida’s incredible imagery and psychological probings have been often linked with the Surrealist movement. She was more of a Surrealist discovery that an actual Surrealist. Like Rivera, her work was part of Mexico’s socially progressive new.

Paul Gauguin: A French Post-impressionist Artist

Paul Gauguin (Eugene Henri Paul Gauguin), an internationally renowned French post-impressionist painter, was known for his unique use of colour. His final paintings depicted landscapes and people from French Polynesia.

Paul Gauguin’s artwork was not well-known while he lived, but his work, which was published after his death on May 8, 1903, made an impact on the French avantgarde. Ambroise Fullard organized two important Paris exhibitions that featured Gauguin’s work. Paul Gauguin was regarded as an important symbol in the movement. He was a painter, writer, sculptor and ceramist. Through the way he represented the meanings of his subjects, Gauguin helped usher in Primitivism. Gauguin’s famous painting, “Where do We Come From?” was one of his most well-known. Who Are We? Where are we going? Gauguin’s painting is known as the “Where Are We Going” painting. Frida Kahlo de Rivera, a Mexican self-portrait painter, used a folk style to express her thoughts on gender, race, and identity. She is known for her surrealist paintings that mixed fantasy with realism.

Kahlo participated in post-revolutionary Mexicanidad, which sought to identify Mexicans. The Escuela Nacional de Pintura y Escultura y Grabado “La Esmerald” was her first school. She also founded the Seminario de Cultura Mexicana. Before her paintings were discovered, Kahlo was Diego Rivera’s wife. However, after being recognized for her contributions to art history, Kahlo became an icon for Chicanos and feminists. Because of the positive recognition she received, Kahlo switched to larger canvases and tin sheets. She also changed her style. She chose a more refined technique, reduced graphic detail, and created quarter-length portraits. These were more easy to sell.

Journals Critical Review

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This is the opening of my paper.

In short, this text outlines the history of the development of the internet, from its humble beginnings as a communication network for the military to its widespread use today.

In closing


In this introduction, we will discuss the topic at hand.

American Marketing Association says that marketing is the process of creating, communicating with, delivering, exchanging and valuing products and services for clients, partners, customers and society as a whole. Marketers are now facing new challenges thanks to the growth of information technology. Many modern marketing problems have resulted from the fact that the idea has become too strong or ignored all warning signs (Wilkinson 1996).

To help you understand the issues better, we will be reviewing three academic journals. Article 3: Why and who avoids location-based marketing? Two females investigated the relationship between advertising avoidance and user perceptions (Shin and Lin 2016, 2016).

Article 1 provides a study comparison that shows how consumers react to shock-based advertisements in the UK’s not-for-profit sector (NFP), and for-profit sectors (FP). This study separates between shock ads in the FP or NFP sectors. It also aims to prove that shock ads can be viewed positively or negatively by participants based on their culture.

Focus groups were used as a qualitative method to assess the emotional and behavioral responses of many people. Focus groups are a popular method of gathering qualitative data. Participants can discuss topics in their own words. This allows them to gain a deeper understanding of the consumers and provides insight. This study established focus groups to allow participants to motivate and have face-to face discussions on the subject matter.

The conclusion was that shock advertising can be conducted in NFP and FP sectors. This is in direct contrast to West & Sargeant (2004) who considered shock advertising in NFPs as ‘risky.

Article 2 explores the motivations of gamers to purchase AR games. The article presents a conceptual model, based on existing research on AR and gaming.

Use of quantitative methodology. This includes using a survey tool for analysis of the model. With the help of an online panel, 642 participants from Germany provided their Pokemon Go information and were paid financial compensation.

Tables of correlations are useful in determining the percentage of reasons that motivated participants to play Pokemon Go. Search Engine Marketing was applied to the results to show that attitudes towards Pokemon Go, intentions to play it again, and factors that drive in-app purchases have all been affected. However, some factors have significant impacts on intent to purchase and continue playing the game.

The article 3 study’s goal is to determine key perceptional factors that affect consumers’ avoidance from location-based advertisements (LBA). These messages are sent to mobile devices by LBA due to their current location. Also known “push LBA”, it allows consumers to evaluate and perceive the information. The study also examines the frequency with which mobile users avoid LBA messages, and how it differs between heavy and light users.

While advertising avoidance is well-documented in many media channels, including radio, television and print, few academic studies have specifically focused on the user and intellectual factors that help consumers steer clear of LBA. Research on mobile advertising and personalized advertising is still limited.

The study relies heavily on a national survey of mobile device users conducted in Singapore, Asia’s largest LBA hub. The survey was pretested with 44 undergraduate students before it was conducted. This allowed the instruments to be processed. It was found that LBA is perceived as a barrier to goals, wasteful and inefficient, thus more people will refuse it. Sending an advertisement message with clear benefits to users is one way to overcome LBA’s goal impediment and sacrifice. Consumers will be less likely to become annoyed by an advertisement if it is perceived as beneficial and helpful.

These are the sections that will be considered:

Article 1 is coherently structured and contains a results report. Focus groups have been used to help stabilize the article’s creation and provide valuable insight on controversial topics.

This study had several limitations. It was limited in generalizability due to its small sample and restricted focus. Research on shock advertising using other forms of social media is recommended. Quantitative research is also encouraged. It is difficult to find inspiration from focus groups that are not representative of all participants.

This research will contribute to the enhancement of shock advertising literature. This research also addresses the lack of NFP literature. It evaluates individuals’ emotional reactions to shock ads. This research also examines the reactions to these advertisements by multinational consumers (Sandicki 2011).

Article 2 states that field experiments on “real-people” are a good idea. This article also highlights the importance of conducting research using pre-tested qualified questions to improve the accuracy. It’s also a great assessment due to the large sample size and high-quality analysis of statistical data.

There is still much to be discovered about the fundamental elements that influence our attention and how they affect our games. The design of the research and the focus on one country could be a weakness. This can limit the possibility of generalizability. This study was the first to make a comprehensive model of the factors that drive approval and how AR games are used on mobile.

This study is the first to make a major theoretical contribution. We have developed a comprehensive model of the factors that determine the acceptance of and use of AR mobile games. As the major contribution to this study’s theory, we have developed a comprehensive model of the factors that drive approval and use for AR games on mobile. The model shows that mobile AR games are primarily influenced by the enjoyment and nostalgia they bring to the user’s minds. In-app purchases can be controlled by flow and image.

Field experiment is used to test the effectiveness of article 3. Pilot-tested questions are applied to representative samples of high-level statistical analysis. This enhances the study’s credibility.

This study had a weakness because participants were randomly selected. Although the quota-sampling method provides a better alternative to a probability sampling method, this method must be used in order to generalize these findings to other contexts.

Through a theoretical approach, this study provides a systematic and logical understanding of LBA’s workings and helps to promote avoidance research. The study provides an overview of the key factors that influence consumers’ aversion to new advertising forms (LBA) and helps them understand how they react. Advertisers should also be able to better understand the mobile user segments.

In conclusion, these articles were written by highly qualified authors from both academic and business offices. They provide insight into the marketing processes of firms that requires special handling of certain issues.

Marketing is a complex field. However, this review brings together three articles that cover different Marketing aspects.

Ethnography As Methods Of Anthropology

Bernard and Gravlee’s (p.8) definition of anthropology states that it is an “eclectic field with regard to methods.” This is because anthropology, due to its ability to adapt to any environment and situation, has allowed it to provide explanations for many human manifestations as well as collective thoughts.

Anthropology is able to develop a vast array of concepts, including culture. Ethnography can be used to study civilizations and societies. Researchers use tools such as the interview or participant observation to learn how a society lives.

Ethnography studies the phenomenon and aims to understand the reality. Its primary purpose is to acquire knowledge and theories, not to solve practical problems. All information collected is taken into account. In order for subjects to be able to understand how they think, talk and act, verbal as well as nonverbal information must also be considered. An ethnographic analysis focuses on the specific social context.

Once we are familiar with anthropology’s approach to culture and human manifestations, we may be able to approximate the definition of culture using one of its methods. However, defining culture can be difficult since many researchers and authors have developed a particular position based on their research, experiences, and studies. However, there are many common elements among all these definitions and concepts.

Tylor (1871), who was one of the first to establish a definition for culture, is our “folklore”. His definition provides the foundations for what we call “folklore”, or the knowledge of folklore. This includes all manifestations that result from the cultural movement like: morals system(s), religions, artistic expressions and laws, as well any other habits or capabilities that are part of a society.

Franz Boas (1938), Malinowski (1941) shared similar ideas about the conception of culture. They described culture as a social manifestation. This is where an idea or philosophy becomes a movement that has codes previously accepted and agreed to by all its peers. They also refer to Tylor’s previous theory, which is in conflict with evolution theory.

As culture is a human manifestation of many ideas and activities, we might consider it a “being”. It must be fed to survive; otherwise it will become senile, mummified, and eventually disappear.

Main Differences In American And Asian Culture

America and Asia have many cultural differences. While everyone is aware of this fact, it prompts us to ask the question “Why are these cultures different even though they are all humans?” After reading Joy Luck Club, I realized why. Despite being South Korean, I didn’t know the differences. I only discovered them after I read Joy Luck Club. I generally agreed with most of the things I read. Americans and Asians have a tendency to disagree because they don’t understand each other’s cultures and their thinking. I believe that the differences between the cultures, particularly the different dinner etiquette, are some of the reasons for the conflicts.

It is easy to spot cultural differences in dinner etiquette. When I arrived in Canada, I was angry at the way people kept eating my food. They were too lazy or too busy to buy more. Three years later, I now take food from the diners. Because I am averse to Asian food, it was the reason why I was so upset. It’s exactly like this. It is as simple as that. This might sound like animals fighting for food, or barbaric. This idea was likely born out of the fact that we have been through many wars over our history. This means only those with plenty of food and strong people can survive. All Americans want to give everything they have. They believe that by giving something one time, another time will follow. If we want to encourage peace, Asia should learn this way of thinking. Another issue that I experienced during my first Ridley years was being mocked by people about my parents. It was the most painful thing. My family in Asia is a joke. They may be executed if someone makes it fun. This is not true, but it’s just as bad swearing that really hurts people. Waverly Jong’s “Four Direction” article contains examples of how etiquette differs. Rich, Waverly’s fiancé was invited to dinner. Rich made several mistakes. Rich first brought a bottle French-style wine. It is polite to bring food or drinks for those who have invited you. This is American etiquette. It isn’t in Asian culture. It is not rude to bring something for those who have invited me. While I suspect it might be because they don’t like what my gift is, I could also tell them that I don’t enjoy the meal they prepare for me. Waverly claimed that Waverly’s parents never owned wine glasses. Waverly’s parents don’t like wine, which means Waverly isn’t likely to enjoy it. Rich suggested that they drink Chinese tea, which is what they prefer, but Rich interrupted their plans and brought the French wine he preferred. Rich also made another mistake. He criticized his mother’s cooking and then poured a lot soy sauce onto the platter. This is very disrespectful. Waverly’s mother made Waverly the meal with all her heart. It was probably a long process. It is a common desire for cooks to be able to tell others how delicious their food tastes. Consider her emotions. Her special meal was prepared by her. Rich might have made it worse by adding too much soy sauce to the platter. That was food that everyone was going to eat. Others could feel that the food was good as it is. Americans taste the food and offer suggestions to the cook to improve the next time. In Asia, however, it is more common to enjoy the food with the cook.

We are prohibited from doing certain things when having dinner. Asians are forbidden from making noise during dinner. The elders will tell us to stop making noise and may even smack you. However, I have seen many Canadians eat while making lots of noise. Americans are known to enjoy eating so much that they share their lives and joke around at the table. It is not polite. It is only right that the food be served at the table. This was dinner etiquette. But Americans are becoming more sophisticated. We shouldn’t place our elbows at the table during dinner. It’s rude and it will make others look at you, which can cause irritation. Another important rule is to not eat until the elders are finished eating. You cannot leave the table until your elders are finished eating. This is an act of respect for elders. It is common to use these simple dinner etiquette rules. Americans are not likely to even consider them. I might not be able to understand American culture in all its details.

Each person’s environment is unique. This makes it difficult to create a culture that is similar. These factors could include religion, climate, weather, or any other type of condition. Religion is a major factor in the various forms of culture. The religion “Yu-Gyo”, which is based upon respecting elders, is one example. It is important to respect elders and not eat before them. You don’t have to be a skeptic about differences in cultures. You can make each culture better by taking advantage of its strengths and incorporating them into your own. This will improve understanding of people and reduce racism.

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