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Graffiti Writing In Deutschland Seine Sthetik Und Sein Sozialer Kontext Imagine Your Name Here

Author : Johannes Temeschinko
ISBN : 9783959351249
Genre : Social Science
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Die Fahrt von der S-Bahnstation Berlin Schonhauser Allee uber den ehemaligen Grenzstreifen, der bis 1989 die Stadt teilte, bis zur Station Gesundbrunnen im Wedding dauert heute nur noch knapp anderthalb Minuten. Aber in diesen anderthalb Minuten rauscht der arglose Passagier an einer Menge visuellen Inputs vorbei. BAD, DISTER, AKIM, EHSONE: Namen von unmissverstandlicher Intensitat. Meterhoch und dichtgedrangt kleben sie an den Wanden der Tunnel, an den Bruckenpfeilern und Hauserfassaden, an den Schallschutzmauern und den Betonabdichtungen. Gross, bunt und ins Auge stechend - man kann sich ihrer optischen Prasenz nicht entziehen, selbst, wenn man es wollte. Das Schauen aus dem Fenster ruckt ohne Ausweichmoglichkeit Bilder ins Blickfeld des Betrachters, die heutzutage in mindestens ahnlicher Grosse wie die alten Meisterstucke im Louvre um die Aufmerksamkeit des Schauenden kampfen. Urbanes Graffiti zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts. Oder besser gesagt: in erster Instanz kryptisch anmutende Zeichen, die sich neben- und ubereinander lagernd die Wande entlang schlangeln, sodass aus dem vorbei rauschenden Zug eine Art zweite Haut, ein Uberzug aus Farben an den Mauern suggeriert wird. [...] Daher gilt es in dieser Arbeit zunachst, das Zeichensystem der urbanen Graffiti-Kultur in seinen einzelnen Auspragungen vorzustellen und anhand exemplarischer Abbildungen ein Fazit zu treffen, inwiefern Graffiti-Zeichen durch ihre asthetische Komponente als verbindliche visuelle Ausdrucksform aufgefasst werden. Und zwar aufgefasst als ein neues Zeichensystem, das sich in den vergangenen funfundzwanzig Jahren in Deutschland etabliert hat und moglicherweise als ein weltweit verstandlicher Code anzusehen ist. Zu diesem Zweck werde ich mich nach einem historischen Abriss uber die Entwicklung der Graffiti-Kultur auf die Hauptstadt Berlin konzentrieren, da hier nicht nur das politische Zentrum zu finden ist, sondern Berlin daneben als eine der Graffiti-Metropolen Europas angesehen wird. Einleit"
Category: Social Science

The Relationship Between Phonology And Orthography And The Issue Of Orthographic Reform For English

Author : Stephanie Schmitz
ISBN : 9783638522113
Genre : Literary Collections
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2,3, University of Cologne (Englisches Seminar), course: Hauptseminar: Writing Systems, 14 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Phonological developments in English after the standardization of the orthography and their consequences for the relationship between phonology and orthographyThis essay first explains what sound change is and then describes differences between Middle English and New English concerning consonant and especially vowel patterns due to the Great English Vowel Shift. Then the standardization of the orthography and phonological changes after the 17th century are discussed. Finally, the results of these changes for the relationship between phonology and orthography today are depicted. Sound change is referred to modifications in the language that lead to the introduction or loss of phonological elements (Lehmann 1992: 183). Sound change means a modification of distinctive features of the phonemes (Lehmann 1992: 191). Today sound changes are mostly indicated by means of distinctive features rather than by means of rules as it was in earlier times, because an indication by means of distinctive features is more precise. Generally, a sound can change in its place or manner of articulation, in the position of the velum or in its glottal articulation (Lehmann 1992: 191-193). Furthermore, changes may take place in the characteristic features of a vowel, i.e. in the degree of vowel opening, in the degree of fronting or in the labial articulation (Lehmann 1992: 193-194). A sound change can either be conditioned or unconditioned. Within a conditioned change an allophone of a phoneme changes only in a specific environment and stays the same in all others, whereas within an unconditioned change, a phoneme changes in all possible environments, which happens very seldom (Lehmann 1992: 190-191). Simple treatments of sound changes are normally unrealistic, i.e. to assume that all phonemes /x/ have become /y/ at time z (Lehmann 1992: 190). Usually a tabloid which shows that each phoneme /x/ became /y/ and each phoneme /y/ became /z/ depicts only the most common cases. But often a change is restricted to a certain environment and does not take place in others. Changes can be interpreted as addition, as alteration or as loss of a feature. Accordingly, when changes are described by rules they are described as rule addition, rule loss or rule recording. (Lehmann 1992: 204-205). A “sound change only occurs when there is a disruption of the phonological system”. This disruption may take place by two mechanisms, either by merger or by split. [...]
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Art And Revolution

Author : Gerald Raunig
ISBN : 1584350466
Genre : Art
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A philosopher and art theorist extends the poststructuralist theory of revolution to the nexus of art and activism.
Category: Art

Artistry Of The Mentally Ill

Author : H. Prinzhorn
ISBN : 9783662009161
Genre : Medical
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No one is more conscious of the faults of this work than the author. Therefore some self -criticism should be woven into this foreward. There are two possible methodologically pure solutions to this book's theme: a de scriptive catalog of the pictures couched in the language of natural science and accom panied by a clinical and psychopathological description of the patients, or a completely metaphysically based investigation of the process of pictorial composition. According to the latter, these unusual works, explained psychologically, and the exceptional circum stances on which they are based would be integrated as a playful variation of human expression into a total picture of the ego under the concept of an inborn creative urge, behind which we would then only have to discover a universal need for expression as an instinctive foundation. In brief, such an investigation would remain in the realm of phenomenologically observed existential forms, completely independent of psychiatry and aesthetics. The compromise between these two pure solutions must necessarily be piecework and must constantly defend itself against the dangers of fragmentation. We are in danger of being satisfied with pure description, the novelistic expansion of details and questions of principle; pitfalls would be very easy to avoid if we had the use of a clearly outlined method. But the problems of a new, or at least never seriously worked, field defy the methodology of every established subject.
Category: Medical

The Political Ideology Of Ayatollah Khamenei

Author : Yvette Hovsepian-Bearce
ISBN : 9781317605829
Genre : Political Science
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Ayatollah ʿAli Hosseini Khamenei, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, is one of the most controversial and influential Muslim leaders in the world today. As Iran’s main decision-maker, his theocratic ideology and decisions carry global consequences. The Political Ideology of Ayatollah Khamenei is the first book to identify and analyze the development and evolution of the theocratic ideology of the Supreme Leader from 1962 to 2014, using his own writings, speeches, and biographies, as well as literature published in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This work provides new insights into Khamenei’s political thought and behavior and their impact on Iran’s domestic, regional, and international policies. Correlating the development of Khamenei’s personality, character, and political behavior with Iran’s internal and external challenges, this study explores key issues of the Middle East region, in particular Iran’s political posture toward Israel, the United States, and the Muslim world, and the diplomatic crises unfolding over Iran’s nuclear development program. This work provides a comprehensive chronological and thematic survey of Khamenei’s life. This book will be of interest to students, scholars, researchers, diplomats, and policymakers focusing on Middle Eastern politics, Iranian affairs, Islamic studies, and international relations; and could serve as an essential resource for those striving to understand Iran’s policies toward Israel, the United States, and the Muslim world, as shaped by its supreme autocrat.
Category: Political Science

Social Acupuncture

Author : Darren O'Donnell
ISBN : 1552451704
Genre : Drama
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College and Lansdowne in Toronto? That's where I live. Honestly, I don't really like it. At Lansdowne you have the first evidence of suburbia; I live above a small proto-stripmall which houses a Harvey's, a Domino's Pizza and a 7-11. I buy cream and newspapers at the 7-11, the occasional veggie burger at Harvey's and the very very occasional pizza from Domino's. For some reason, pizza just doesn't hold the thrill it used to. Nothing does. Theatre doesn't have much relevance anymore. Or so acclaimed playwright Darren O'Donnell tells us. The dynamics of unplanned social interaction, he says, are far more compelling than any play he could produce. So his latest show, A Suicide-Site Guide to the City , isn't really a show; it's an interactive chitchat about memory, about depression, about 9/11. And it's hilarious. O'Donnell's artistic practice has evolved into 'something as close to hanging out as you can come and still charge admission.' With his theatre company, Mammalian Diving Reflex, O'Donnell has generated a series of ongoing events that induce interactions between strangers in public; the Talking Creature, Q&A, Home Tours, the Toronto Strategy Meetings and Diplomatic Immunities bring people together in odd configurations, ask revealing questions and prove the generosity, abundance and power of the social sphere. Social Acupuncture includes the full text of A Suicide-Site Guide to the City and an extensive essay on the waning significance of theatre and the notion of civic engagement and social interaction as an aesthetic. 'No other playwright working in Toronto right now has O'Donnell's talent for synthesizing psychosocial, artistic and political random thoughts and reflections into compelling analyses ... The world (not to mention the theatre world) could use more of this, if only to get us talking and debating.' - The Globe and Mail
Category: Drama

Axel Munthe

Author : Bengt Jangfeldt
ISBN : 9780857710680
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Axel Munthe: The Road to San Michele' tells for the first time the riveting life-story of an extraordinary individual, who came to define the times he lived in. The precociously bright son of a Swedish pharmacist, Axel Munthe worked under Jean Martin Charcot, and in 1880, became the youngest doctor in French history. By the 1890s, he was world-famous for his healing powers, believed by some to be supernatural. He moved in the most colourful and exalted circles of fin de siecle Europe, counting amongst his friends Henry James, Howard Carter, Rainer Maria Rilke, Lady Ottoline Morrell and Count Zeppelin. Though physician to the Swedish court, where he became the lover of the Crown Princess Victoria, Munthe was more at home with nature than with people. He travelled through remotest Lapland, as well as across Europe, and his great love was animals, whom he went to great lengths to protect. In 1929 he published 'The Story of San Michele', an account of his life, shot through with his love for Italy and Capri, where he built a bird sanctuary and the house of his dreams, the Villa San Michele. The book became an international best seller, translated into 40 languages, and has become one of the classics of the last century. Bengt Jangfeldt is the first person to have gone through Munthe’s diaries, letters and notebooks to produce this definitive account of one of 20th Century Europe’s most vibrant figures. Written with the verve and exuberance of its subject, ‘Axel Munthe: The Road to San Michele’ evokes a lost time, a life of passions, and a man who believed in every sense in the power of dreams.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Art Of Getting Over

Author : Stephen Powers
ISBN : 9781466866409
Genre : Art
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What started as simple street movement, a way to assert individuality and pride, has blossomed into much more: Graffiti is everywhere. From Sprite commercials to The Source magazine to Soho art galleries, the elements and vernacular of the graffiti aesthetic are apparent in today's society. The Art of Getting Over: Graffiti at the Millennium examines graffiti's influence from its earliest days to its undeniable ubiquity now. Written by insider Stephen Powers, it includes a general history, in-depth interviews with both the progenitors of the form and current artists, and full-color illustrations of the most important works over the last 30 years. Unlike other subcultures that have been corrupted by the media and the mainstream, graffiti has maintained its sense of the underground and its clandestine feel. The purity and integrity that have defined the graffiti writer's mission have never faltered. The Art of Getting Over offers an unprecedented glimpse into this deeply affecting urban art form.
Category: Art

Naughty Graffiti

Author : Greg Knight
ISBN : 1861053770
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Pop Goes To Court

Author : Brian Southall
ISBN : 9781847721136
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Going back over 50 years, "Pop Goes to Court" traces and chronicles some of the most famous, most notorious, most important and most ludicrous court cases involving best selling musicians ever to be set before judges and juries. Among the cases uncovered and revealed are those involving Elvis Presley, Ozzy Osbourne, George Michael, Apple, Metallica, George Harrison and The Smiths.
Category: Biography & Autobiography