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This creates a jarring impact on the viewers as they are forced to give respect to the subjects that they would otherwise ignore if they get a chance to meet them on the streets.
For this paper, three photographs by Arbus would be analyzed, namely Hermaphrodite and a dog in a carnival trailer, A Jewish giant at home with his parents in the Bronx, NY and Child with a toy grenade, Central Park, NY .
In this photograph, Arbus has photographed a hermaphrodite. The photograph captures the style and concept of other Arbus’ photograph. The picture seems quite ordinary except for the subject. If the main subject was removed from the picture, there would have been nothing interesting in the picture and yet it is the subject who changes the entire meaning of the picture.
The Hermaphrodite stares back at the camera. He is not smiling and neither is he frowning. Rather, it seems that the hermaphrodite is conscious of getting his picture. This, however, does not fit with the body posture of the subject. It is the lack of pose in the body posture that makes the picture more compelling. The picture is quite ordinary in the way the Hermphrodite is relaxing on the chair but it is the same feeling of the oridinary that brings forth the emotion of the viewers to the surface. The picture seems to be challenging the viewer to accept the Hermaphrodite as a part of the society.
The subject is partially nude, and yet he does not shy away by attempting to cover himself with his hands. He wears shiny undergarments which show that the subject is getting ready for a show or has just come back from one.
The presence of the dog lends a personal touch to the photograph. It tells something about the subject even if it is as ordinary as the fact that the subject owns a dog that loves enough to share the photograph with. It is was not for the title of the photography, many viewers would have missed the small dog lying on the lap of the Hermaphrodite.
Arbus, in this
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CSR basically refers to the ability of business leaders to efficiently run organization while also taking socio-environmental issues and economic development of society into account (Gossling 2011: 1). General consensus is that the ideology of CSR stems from ethical values, economic progress, and social balance.
The business community is, however, the sole party that social responsibility touches most. For example, Google revealed that there were more than ten million hits for searching the term. In spite of the pervasiveness of CSR, its meaning and whether it is essential for profits to the business world is quite varied.
Superiority quality of products and consistent and dependable processes have become the minimum expectations of customers during the past few years. Technology-driven enterprises need to offer a competitive quality promise or they could lose their market shares to competitors who proactively do the same.
These concerns are related to three classical theoretical frameworks: structural functionalism, conflict theory, and symbolic interactionism. These seemingly disparate theories take on a deeper meaning when tied to Giddens' structuration theory. Giddens' theoretical perspective is essential for practitioners because of its link between macro and microstructures and the ability of the community to influence macro and micro changes through cultural patterns and norms (modalities).
He became the target for historians who said he did not present the right facts, literary academics who accused him of under-estimating the importance of individual inspiration and Marxists who did not accept his vision of economics. One of the ideas associate with Foucault is that people are completely dominated by and subject to power.
From this research it is clear that Ian Frazier provides different examples of himself while still a kid, engaging in various marginal activities. He and his friends spent most of their time in their margins, which were the woods. While in the woods, Frazier and his friends would try out odd ideas and cared less.
fraud and crimes of all sorts; “Critics say the fact that 87 percent of those arrested are black or Hispanic suggests that the police are deliberately singling out minority citizens for arrests that push some of them permanently to the very margins of society” (Staples,