The assignment should include two pages of summary and two pages of critical analysis. The critical analysis should be on the basis of the course discussion about the racism, race gender, nation, about the Chinese, Japanese, Indian and other Asian immigrants. The assignment should also talk about how the author has portrayed the concept of race, gender and nation in his book and do we agree with the author on his account of portraying race, gender and nation in Canada. The book that I did consider for the assignment is White Canada Forever Popular attitudes and public policy toward Orientals in British Columbia. The author of the book is W Peter Ward. It is the third edition of the book.
In your opinion, which of the three art works under examination is the most “successful” as a form of activist art and captures your attention and imagination? What draws you to your choice? How does the final art work speak to any aspect of FORM/CONTENT/CONTEXT that matter to you? Make a persuasive argument and support your opinion as if you were trying to convince someone of your choice.
AND make meaningful comments to students posts I am attaching
THE 3 VIDEO LINKS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VI1OJkY5bA -Rebecca Belmore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNJ0a5P9YDo -Carey Newmanor
I need an essay report on 3 reasons why John alexander Macdonald the first prime minister should be commemerated in a statue
After watching the assigned short videos in this module, gather your thoughts about some of the very real challenges and potential tensions/problems/exclusions/issues etc…that are a reality when attempting to place Indigenous “art objects” into the National Gallery of Canada. Please assemble your response about what surprised or stood out for you the most (ideally one point from each of the three videos) in the form of a paragraph and post to this forum.
VID 1 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo9c983Qc6o&t=1s
VID 2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EalXmMRBKq0&t=1s
VID 3 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nu7wbrFviT8&t=1s
The launch of APTN on September 1, 1999, represented a significant milestone for Aboriginal Peoples across Canada; for the first time in broadcast history, First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people have the opportunity to share their stories with the rest of the world on a national television network dedicated to Aboriginal programming. Through documentaries, news magazines, dramas, entertainment specials, children’s series, cooking shows, and education programs, APTN offers all Canadians a window into the remarkably diverse worlds of Indigenous peoples in Canada and around the globe.
how do points and facts about the source link to dimensions of globalisation? what factors of globalisation does it link to?
2. MEDIA ASSIGNMENT
Choose a piece of media containing Black Canadian content. This could be a piece of media created by a Black Canadian (song, poem, film, tv show, art exhibition, etc.), or a piece of media addressing/representing an issue in Black Canada (i.e. news coverage). Analyze the piece, thinking about what the piece represents/critiques/analyzes about Black Canada: some questions to think about may be what the theme is of the piece, your interpretation of its meaning, the way Black Canadians or an issue in Black Canada are represented.
LENGTH: 3-5 pages, double spaced.
Just the movie is the reference.
Just write down your feelings after you watch this documentary. I am not a
indigenous women or any related incidents happen in the past. Just a
common viewer how you you feel?
write about culturally approapriate Indigenous approaches: what they are
and how you will use them based on your social location
I am not indigenous person. I am a hetrosexual, south asian women.My
culture is tamil & my religion is hindu.
My main stream of my career is nursing. Based of my social location write
down the one page.
Mainly based on the book. The book name is “Journey To Healing”
Menzies, P., & Lavallée, L.F (Eds.). (2014). Indigenous People with addiction and mental health issues: What health, social service and justice workers need to know. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and