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WHAT YOU DON'T HEAR

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Alfonso Mestidio

on 13 May 2014

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11 September, 2001
PLANES CRASH INTO WORLD TRADE CENTER
HOW CAN HOLDING BACK INFORMATION IMPACT PEOPLES' PERCEPTION?
LINKING QUESTION: How can showing a piece of artwork influence the human mind?
HOW IS EMOTION USED TO CREATE DIVISIONS AND HATRED BETWEEN PEOPLE?
LINKING QUESTION: Why are religious beliefs used to portray others as wrong or to make others inferior?
Amy Yang
Carolina Avila
Alfonso Mestidio
HOW DOES LANGUAGE ALLOW PEOPLE TO MANIPULATE INFORMATION TO THEIR ADVANTAGE?
Works Cited
LINKING QUESTION: How has history been created in a way where only one side of the story is acknowledged?
"Bush's Iraq Lies." Bush's Iraq Lies. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 May 2014.
"GOING GLOBAL EAST MEETS WEST - ARCHIVES." : President George H.W. Bush~ Iraq and Kuwait ~ "Toward a New World Order," September 11, 1990. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 May 2014.
"Majority of Small Business Websites Are Missing Contact Information." Marketing Pilgrim. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 May 2014.
"July 4th Special: Readings From Howard Zinn." Democracy Now! N.p., n.d. Web. 08 May 2014.
"Stock Photos, Illustrations, and Vector Art Similar to Image ID 28632295." Stock Images Similar to ID 28632295. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 May 2014.
"Zinn, Howard. A People's History of the United States: 1492-2001.N.p.:n.p., n.d.
"Dr. Mateen Elass: What Muslims Think of America." Dr. Mateen Elass: What Muslims Think of America. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 May 2014.
"Sally Mckay and Lorna Mills." Sally Mckay and Lorna Mills. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 May 2014.
WHAT YOU DON'T HEAR
MEDIA CENSORSHIP
Claim: Language allows people to communicate biased facts and handle the information to portray it inaccurately.
Counter claim: Language helps people spread important information by the way they interpret it and expose it.
George Bush's lies about Iraq crimes
Sister omitting important detail
Claim: History can be told by inaccurately communicating or omitting information which could misinterpret its real meaning.
Counter Claim: History allows us to learn and communicate what happened in the past in order to understand how the present is impacted by it.
Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States
Soccer Tournament
WWI Propaganda
Lying about a fight
Claim: Religion is an escape and a good way to direct your beliefs and moral judgments.

Counterclaim: Religion suppresses others and makes other beliefs feel inferior.
Westboro Baptist Church
Claim: Emotion impacts language. Through aroused emotions, language, another way of knowing, is distorted, causing biased language that conforms to the emotion.

Counterclaim: Language impacts emotion. Emotions are aroused because by being exposed to only one side of the story, you only know one side of the story. This also relates to perception. Emotions develop which are biased towards one side.
Telling my parents the truth
History class
Claim: Perception is limited to what we are shown, so that we will only know one side to the full story.

Counter Claim: Perception allows people to visualize objects or other things so that we can view them carefully and comprehend on what's happening.
Claim: Works of art are made by someone with the intention of evoking a response in the audience.

Counter Claim: Art has traditionally claimed a right to our thoughtful attention, we need to spend some time exploring its nature and value.
Political Cartoons
War history drawing
Writing an Essay for English
NJROTC
Trying on Clothes
CONCLUSION
Fighting between sister's
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