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Hatian Revolution Hierarchy Diagram

Transcript: History Haitian Society Social Structure Made By: Alyssa Fairclough Sharona Davy Dajaunea Dixon Black Slaves Black Slaves The slave system in Saint-Domingue was regarded as one of the harshest in the Americas, with high levels of both mortality and violence. To supply the plantation system, French owners imported almost 800,000 Africans to the colony (which, by comparison, is almost double the number of Africans carried to North America). They worked all day and had no freedom while suffering abusive punishments from the whites. Mulattoes Mulattoes Mulattoes are a historical racial classification of people who are born of one white parent and one black parent, as well as mixed-race people in general. Mulattoes were looked negatively upon. They did not get the same respect or similar treatment as the whites because they were still of black background. Therefore, they had power but their power was very limited. Escaped Noir Slaves (Maroons) Maroons Maroons were fugitive slaves who often fled into the mountains and lived in small bands while eluding capture. This phenomenon, called “marronage,” was crucial to the fight for Haiti’s independence. The maroons were very skilled. A maroon leader, conspired to poison all the whites in the North in a plot intended to spread to "all corners of the colony". As fugitives the whites were out to get them so they had to hide and protect themselves. Indentured White Servants Indentured White Servants An indentured white servant is a person who was placed under contract to work for another over a period of time, usually seven years, especially during the 17th to 19th centuries. Indentured servants were often subject to similar mistreatment and exploitation as slaves, though unlike slaves their freedom was restored when the indenture expired. Poor White French Immigrants Poor White French Immigrants The poor whites or petit blancs didn’t own much wealth and were only high on the social class ranking just for their skin tone. They were artisans, shopkeepers and teachers. Only few owned slaves. The petit blancs of Saint Domingue had no power in colonial society. The petit blancs had an intense hatred for the usually much wealthier group of the mullatoes whom they competed with economically. Rich Mulattoes Rich Mulattoes Free blacks and mulattoes begin to amass wealth and power. Many acquire plantations in the West and South. Many Haitian mulattoes were also slaveholders and often actively participated in the oppression of the black majority. A number of mulattoes even had more successful businesses than the whites. This caused a lot of tension between the two as the poor whites were often very jealous. Rich White Plantation Owners Rich White Plantation Owners The rich whites or grand blancs were on top of the social pyramid. They were government officials and plantation owners and owned slaves. They were rich and very highly respected, feared or envied by the blacks or even the poor whites.

Theatre Hierarchy Diagram

Transcript: Theater Hierarchy Diagram By: Stephaun Redding Producer Producer a person responsible for the financial and managerial aspects of making of a movie or broadcast or for staging a play, opera, Director Director person who supervises the actors, camera crew, and other staff for a movie, play, television program, or similar production. Music Director Music Director responsible for working with the stage director in preparing a theatre production for public performance, including casting, rehearsing the vocalists and orchestra, and conducting (and sometimes selecting) the orchestra. Choreographer Choreographer one who creates choreographs by practicing the art of choreography, a process known as choreographing Dance Captain Dance Captain a member of a company (ensemble/Dancers/Performers) who is responsible for overseeing and maintaining the artistic standards of all choreography and musical staging within a production Conductor Conductor a person who directs the performance of an orchestra or choir Musicians Musicians a person who plays a musical instrument, especially as a profession, or is musically talented Assistant Director Assistant Director a film includes tracking daily progress against the filming production schedule, arranging logistics, preparing daily call sheets, checking cast and crew, and maintaining order on the set. They also have to take care of the health and safety of the crew. Actors Actors a person whose profession is acting on the stage, in movies, or on television. Tech Director Tech Director is responsible for purchasing construction materials, supervising the building of scenery, transporting set pieces from the shop to the theatre stage, mounting the scenery onstage, overseeing the work of the scenic crews during rehearsals and performances, and maintaining the shop’s equipment and supplies. Stage Manager Stage Manager the person responsible for the lighting and other technical arrangements for a stage play. Assistant Stage Manager Assistant Stage Manager catchall, a go-to person who answers all calls for help. During the run of the show, the ASM is assigned a specific track that may include performing pre-show checks and setting props or costumes. Special Effects Special Effects an illusion created for movies and television by props, camerawork, computer graphics, etc Stage Crew Head Stage Crew Head responsible for overseeing the backstage operation, maintenance and repair of our theatrical productions, programs, etc.. Stage Crew crew of workers who move scenery or handle properties in a theatrical production Rigger/Grip one who works on ropes, booms, lifts, hoists and the like for a stage production, film, or television show Runner assist wherever they are needed on productions and their duties vary depending on where they are assigned Makeup Crew an artist whose medium is the human body, applying makeup and prosthetics on others for theatre, television, film, fashion, magazines and other similar productions including all aspects of the modeling industry. Makeup Designer Makeup Designer responsible for the visual appearance of any makeup worn by the actors Props Designer Props Designer a person who designs props for use in theatre, film, television, etc Costume Designer Costume Designer a person who designs costumes for a film, stage production or television show. they also have to create the characters' outfits/costumes and balance the scenes with texture and colour, etc Sound Designer Sound Designer responsible for obtaining all sound effects, whether recorded or live for a specific production Lighting Designer Lighting Designer responsible for the design, installation, and operation of the lighting and special electrical effects used in the production Set Designer Set Designer someone who is in charge of designing and creating sets for films, television, and theatre (sets are the physical surroundings in which all the action will take place during the production) Artistic Director Artistic Director the executive of an arts organization, particularly in a theatre or dance company, who handles the organization's artistic direction Vocal Director Vocal Director responsible for working with the stage director in preparing a theatre production for public performance, including casting, rehearsing the vocalists and orchestra, and conducting (and sometimes selecting) the orchestra. House Manager House Manager responsible for the smooth operation of the house (typically both the lobby and audience seating area) during the run of the show Ushers Ushers a person who shows people to their seats, especially in a theater Publicity/ Marketing Manager Publicity/ Marketing Manager work with individuals and companies in an attempt to help them earn favorable press in the media

Social Hierarchy Diagram

Transcript: Social Hierarchy in The High Middle Ages Peasants and Serfs Peasants were the poorest people in the medieval era and lived primarily in the country or small villages. Serfs were the poorest of the peasant class, and were a type of slave. Lords owned the serfs who lived on their lands. In exchange for a Peasants and Serfs place to live, serfs worked the land to grow crops for themselves and their lord. In addition, serfs were expected to work the farms for the lord and pay rent. Merchants Merchants, Farmers and Craftsmen Merchants would often travel and traffic with foreign countries; a trafficker; a trader. A Medieval merchant would source his supplies and sell them to various customers via shops, markets or Medieval fairs. Merchants began to trade in exotic goods imported from distant shores including spices, wine, food, furs, fine cloth (notably silk), glass, jewelery and many other luxury goods. Farmers Farmers Most of the people living on the manor were peasant farmers or serfs who grew crops for themselves, and either labored for the lord and church or paid rent for their land. Farmers were critically important to medieval life. Most villages had at least a few large arable fields to grow crops as well as meadows and common land. Craftsmen Craftsmen served their most local village populations and were far less specialized than later. Smiths who worked iron tended to handle smelting and refining, and then made all of the basic iron implements like edges for plowshares or heads for spears. Craftsmen Knights and Vassals Knights were medieval gentleman-soldiers, usually high-born, raised by a sovereign to privileged military status after training as a page and squire. Originally knights were attendants or specialized foot-soldiers, but the status of knights was elevated around 800 A.D. Knights and Vassals A vassal or liege subject is a person regarded as having a mutual obligation to a lord or monarch. The obligations often included military support by knights in exchange for certain privileges, usually including land held as a tenant or fief. Nobles/Lords Nobles/Lords A lord was a man who held land directly from the king. Although medieval lords constituted around one percent of the population, they occupied a position of status and power within medieval society as a result of their economic relationship with the king. Nobles were fierce and proud people. They had high-sounding titles, such as Duke, Count, or Baron, which their ancestors had received from the king in return for services they had done on the battlefield or in council. King King In theory a king was Gods representative on Earth. In practice, the power of the King was limited by feudal nobles and influential churchmen. A new king had to swear an oath to fulfill the responsibilities of a monarch. Pope/Church/God Religion was of supreme importance and Church was the most important institution. Due to this reason, the pope enjoyed more power then even rulers. He appointed the cardinals who were consulted by the kings about the affairs of the sate. Pope/Church/God

Functional Hierarchy Diagram

Transcript: Building a functional hierarchy from scratch 1. The Hierarchy Is Accurate and Self Contained Covers the Scope Can be Read 2. The names are Sufficient and Meaningful 3. The functions have been Sufficiently Decomposed Functional Hierarchy Diagram A functional hierarchy diagram is that which shows all functions evolved in your system in a hierarchical manner. It do not show organizational units evolved involved in function like- data stores or data flows It just specifies the parent function and the child functions under it. where each child function can also be broken down into further sub functions What is it? General examples How to decompose functions Example of various TV's and portable electronics under category electronics of to show structure of hierarchy By: Karanbir Kaur This an example of functional hierarchical diagram for online sales system Identify the Common Business Functions Trace the route back up to the common parent Replace the common function with a single functions Combining Common Functions STRUCTURE OF FUNCTIONAL HIERARCHY DIAGRAM Collect info List Candidate Functions Write a Top Level Function Decompose and Include Functions from Candidate List Review for Completeness and Relevance Feedback to Others Decompose to Elementary Level and Add Detail Baby Sitter App Stop Decomposing When Identify the top level or root function Decompose the functions Group sub functions Remove all references to mechanisms Identify common functions combine common functions

My Hierarchy Diagram

Transcript: I the resources used to create this project was a great team of professionals that he had from every department. They created a great brand and image for the artist and used a great budget to promote. They also used talented musicians and excellent production. Some other resources are distribution, promotion, booking, and online media. The main consumer markets i think were used rap and hip hop industry with age ranges from 15-35. As an audio professional, what option would you choose to distribute your own work? Yes, I have purchased this piece when it was release to the public but i got it from a bootleg man in my community. Damien Alexander A&R Julius Garcia A&R Ibriham Hammad A&R Rich Kleiman A&R Sharde Simpson A&R Name of audio piece 1500 or Nothin Orchestra Instrumentation, Strings Chris Bautista Trumpet Canei Finch Additional Production, Keyboards Nate Jones Bass David Linaburg Guitar Andrew Lippman Trombone No I.D. Additional Production, Vocals Reginald Paul Sax (Tenor) Kevin Randolph Keyboards, Vocals Dante Thomas Sax (Alto) Steve Wyreman Guitar Natalya Davis Marketing Jana Fleishman Publicity Alex Haldi Art Direction, Graphic Design Liz Hausle Marketing Leann Mueller Photography Chaka Pilgrim Marketing My Hierarchy Diagram Drake Featured artist Missy Elliott Featured Artist Kim Fox Vocals Jasmisha Vocals Yolanda Renee Vocals Trey Songz Featured Artist Jay-Z Featured Artist Bosko Talk Box I would choose to promote and go for online distribution with iTunes and every other indie company. I prefer online because store records sales are dead Tom Coyne Mastering Anthony Cruz Assistant Engineer Juro "Mez" Davis Engineer, Mixing, Producer Larrance Dopson Music Direction Rob Kinelski Engineer Jermaine Cole composer Shawn Carter Composer Miri Ben-Ari Composer Aubrey "Drake" Graham Composer Bosko Kante Composer Eero Koivistoinen Composer Curtis Mayfield Composer Milton Nascimento Composer Kanye West Composer Elliot Wolff Composer John Stephens Composer Sukmeke Rainey Composer Brain kidd producer The University Producer Carter Administration Executive Producer J. Cole Executive Producer, Primary Artist, Producer Mark Pitts Executive Producer The audio i chosen is by a artist named J. Cole and his album Cole World The Sideline Story. He has inspired me a lot with lyrics and beats. He's a artist, producer, composer and great person. In order for his album to be successful he had a group of professionals in 7 different departments. Here's the all music URL What do you think are the major resources that were used to create this work? Name of professionals and roles in production process Have you purchased or accessed this piece of work before? If so, how?

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