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Photo Journalism in War

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Elena Solimano

on 22 April 2015

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I believe that an entire nation should not be judged by the wrongdoings of a few extremists. I didn't want those Iranians who lost their live . . . to be forgotten.
Cut Up Man
250 rials
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Iron Torture Scene
Photo Journalism in War
Photographic Representation In War
Iran-Iraq War
My Grandpa was a Prince
Promises, Explosions, and Keys
Child Water Torture
Fire and Diesel
page 22
Chest Slapping to Conformity
page 25
Self-Inflicted Pain
Smoking Kills
page 89
Photojournalism is the use of photographic representations to portray news.
It is often very hard-hitting because it presents an idea that words can only try to grasp.
Famous examples are the Afghan

page 76
Blood Runs
page 95
I don't want to quit smoking. I am convinced that if I quit smoking, the world would go to hell.
-Marjane Satrapi
page 96
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Children Revolution
page 3
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Iranian Revolution
Present information on the photographic representation of war, especially the Iran-Iraq war and the Iranian revolution. How does Satrapi use the memory of these photos in her art?
Think of an important moment in your childhood and draw it the way you perceived it when you were young.
Think again of the same memory from earlier and draw it again, but as you perceive it now.
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Nice! Beautiful work, students!
Thank you for your time!
"Many people in Europe venerate the Shah. I think he was a bastard. True, we had some luxury Hilton hotels and a few kilometers of highways, but when he left, half the Iranian population was illiterate and living in utter poverty, which was unacceptable in a country with so much oil."
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