Monthly Archives: September 2012

Tufte

Why can’t all English classes integrate visual study into them? They just fit so nicely together. Making a convincing observation or argument is always better with a visual supplement. Science seems to go hand in hand with art when you … Continue reading

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Sturken, Case and Point of Visual Argument

I wonder of this article was ever taken into consideration by Birdsell. Indirectly Sturken provides substantial evidence that argument can be conveyed through visual cues. The abstract nature of the memorial itself seemed to work as a catalyst. Commenters of … Continue reading

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Birdsell v. Fleming

The first point that came to mind when the statement “images cannot prove argument” was a courtroom. Here, a picture, or any tangible evidence of a situation would instantly trump any verbal argument. Actions speak louder than words. A picture … Continue reading

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