- mid ’70s
- (social) media
- explicit material
- AP wire (service)
What would you add to the paragraph, particularly where I have left ellipses to indicate where more information is needed?
Nora Ephron’s short essay, “The Boston Photographs” addresses a controversy surrounding the publication of graphic images of a failed rescue attempt… and how they motivate different reactions among editors and readers. Taken by Stanley Forman using a motorized camera that allowed him to take three photos per second… Although some readers argued it was sensationalist and unethical to do publish these photos that they saw as violating the “privacy of death” only to serve the newspapers’ own interests, editors… Ephron challenges… and ultimately sides with their value as good photojournalism because …
Some saw it as very controversial while others saw it as a window into the reality of death.
- photographer was attempting to photograph the rescue–good photojournalism
- negative reaction: response against the breach of the privacy of death
- “Death is a constant in life, so we shouldn’t shy away from its depiction, [nor] should it be censored”: issues of fire safety, fire escapes, slumlords, ghetto life
For Project #4 peer review:
Comment on two classmates’ projects, giving any of the following feedback:
- how to make the project the right length
- thesis statements
- organization: does the thesis statement offer a plan for organizing the rest of the project (ie, works as a roadmap)?
- examples: are they the three you wrote didactic panels for?
- title for the book?
- what’s missing?
- what’s extraneous?
- what’s superfluous?
- positive feedback: that it fulfills the task, perhaps in an exceptional way; interest in the approach you’ve taken, the style you’ve written about it, the examples you’ve included
- neutral feedback: reflect back what you understood the project is about
3 thoughts on “The Boston Photographs and Project #4 peer review”
I think we should add “Service” after “Wire” at the last keywords. I am suggesting this, because I had to make several attempts to search this meaning. It give me nothing about Wire after the “AP” however after typing “Service” after, it did.
Also, just by searching “AP” means totally different from what we are learning.
I just did a quick Google search for AP wire, and the first hit was exactly what we’re talking about. I am not surprised that a dictionary didn’t have this, since it’s not a word but an organization. That said, I see your point about being able to find information. I wouldn’t make the keyword AP Wire Service, but I can put the word in parentheses there so it’s clear to everyone how they might find it in a dictionary.