Final Analysis Reference List

Reference List:

Czerwiec, M. (2018). Representing Aids in Comic. AMA Journal of Ethics. http://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/2018/02/mnar1-1802.html

 

E, Marcus., S, Thomas., L, Witt.(2009). Out In All Directions: A Treasury of Gay and Lesbian America. New York, NY: Warner Books, Inc.

 

Guynes. S. & Advisor Lecklider, A. & Rubin, R. (2015). Fatal Attractions: American Comic Books and the AIDS Crisis. Boston, MA: University of Massachusetts Boston.

 

Lamb, C. (2004). Drawn to Extremes: The Use and Abuse Of Editorial Cartoons In The United States. Columbia University Press New York.

Valdiserri, R. (2002). HIV/AIDS Stigma: An Impediment to Public Health. American Journal of Public Health. Retrieved from:

 

Schafer, A. (1991). AIDS: The Social Dimension. In C. Overall & W.P. Zion (Eds), Perspectives on AIDS: Ethical and social issues. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from https://umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/departments/philosophy/ethics/media/AIDS.pdf

Yu, H. (2015). The Other Kind of Funnies: Comics in Technical Communication. New York, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.. Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing/Rédactologie,

Retreived from:

<http://journals.sfu.ca/cjsdw/index.php/cjsdw/article/view/44>. Date accessed: 21 feb. 2018.

Photos:

Comics in education.

“the plague” 1980’s HIV/AIDS the plague picture

http://www.gayinthe80s.com/2014/04/1980s-hivaids-why-was-aids-called-the-gay-plague/

ADA 1990 George W. Bush

Andy confess gay

LGBTQ. 

Primary & Secondary 2/1

  • Objective: Specific details, what’s there and noticeable
  • Subjective: is drawing a conclusion, memories, analogies, and judgments. Use language like: appears that, it looks like, it seems (this builds ethos).

Put Subjective in your annotations; draw a connection to your memories in annotations.

Physical attribute of something and naming (identify its relationship with other things)

Describing picture is stating the facts opening

  • Primary Source Description: A primary source provides direct or firsthand evidence about an event, object, person, or work of art. Primary sources include historical and legal documents, eyewitness accounts, results of experiments, statistical data, pieces of creative writing, audio and video recordings, speeches, and art objects. Original sources first hand, data authors generate themselves also a Newspaper could be primary source the one that is conducting the interview. Primary Source also called original source or evidence; is an artifact, a document, diary, manuscript, autobiography, a recording, or any other source of information that was created at the time under study.
  • Secondary source Description: a secondary source of information is one that was created later by someone who did not experience first-hand or participate in the events or conditions you’re researching. For the purposes of a historical research project, secondary sources are generally scholarly books and articles. Reporting someone’s point of view about data already generated. Also information is one that was created later by someone who did not experience first-hand or participates in the events or conditions you’re researching. Comparison describing and naming something

Conventions of the Book and Blog Genre

Halman- Book (Audience other researchers)

• Black/ white (gray scale)
• Centered title page
• Title: subtitle
• Line definition title bigger don’t (official/blocky)
• Lots of space
• Published info at bottom
• Authors center/editors
• Chapter names and page each page.
• Specific lexicon defining words
• Work cited page at the end
• Linguistic text
• Indentations- conveys meaning

The Other Sociologist –(Blog Audience other researchers, younger )
• Colorful a lot of colors
• Author presence
• Whimsical
• Visual images
• published dates
• social media post updates regularly
• author easily assessable
• “about” the author
• subscription
• pages/ menus
• fonts