ART HISTORY – art analysis / sketch

ART HISTORY – art analysis / sketch. ART HISTORY – art analysis / sketch. ARTH 104 Survey: Art Fourteenth Century to the Present
Find a building or monument in the Bridgewater State University campus area (it is from the Bridgewater State University Campus) or in your town that you would like to draw and write about. You must visit your building/monument in person. This assignment is about discussing your experience of a space! 
The first part of the assignment involves looking and drawing. Sketch a view of the building/monument. Also take a digital photograph of your building/monument. ** I will be attaching a photo of the art for you to discuss and sketch**
After completing your sketch, write a succinct (2 pages, double spaced) formal analysis of the building/monument based on your observations. Introduce the reader to the building and its site. In your analysis, try to convey the viewing experience as the viewer moves through and around the space. Include the experiences of approaching the monument and/or entering the building. Some aspects you may wish to discuss are materials, colors, textures and surfaces, geometry and line, light and shadow, position within surrounding contexts, references to other historic buildings/monuments, form and structure, and function and space.
-Please hand in your sketch ** YOU WILL NEED TO DO A SKETCH** with your formal analysis, as well as a digital photograph of your chosen building or monument. -Proofread your paper carefully and thoughtfully. 
-Please contact me with any questions or concerns!
** The picture will be attached. The Artwork is located to the Right of Hunt Hall and right across the street from boyden hall. On the left of the art studio**
** The Starter kit (which goes over formal art analysis ) will be provided in PDF**
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Java – procedure and arrays

Java – procedure and arrays. Java – procedure and arrays. Design a program for a hotel with 10 rooms using code which is similar to the hotel array code
given in the lecture notes. Start by checking the code in the notes works for you.
Once the basic code runs, then put the code that ‘Views All rooms’ and ‘Adds customer to room’,
into separate procedures. The main body of the program should have a loop; and in the loop the
program should call (or use) these two procedures as necessary. The procedures then return to the
loop to go around again. You should test that this all works as required.
Then add a menu system, which allow the user to choose what they want to select. Enter an ‘A’ to
add a customer to a room, and a ‘V’ to view all rooms. (To do a menu see the ‘arith’ program in the
notes about ‘Ifs’ from last semester – or see the ‘arith’ program code which is towards the start of
the code examples [link is on the videos web page]) When an ‘A’ is pressed it should do the Add
procedure, or a ‘V’ should do the View procedure.
One by one, add extra procedures to do each of the following. The user should be able to choose
from the menu what the program does.
E: Display Empty rooms,
D: Delete customer from room,
F: Find room from customer name (the search should not be case sensitive).
S: Store program array data into a plain text file,
L: Load program data back from the file into the array.
O: View rooms Ordered alphabetically by name. Write the sort algorithm code yourself rather
than using an in-built sort function

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How Can Buyer-IT Service Provider Relationship Affect the Operational Performance of the Buyer Firm Through the Mediating Role of IT Logistics Applications?

How Can Buyer-IT Service Provider Relationship Affect the Operational Performance of the Buyer Firm Through the Mediating Role of IT Logistics Applications?. How Can Buyer-IT Service Provider Relationship Affect the Operational Performance of the Buyer Firm Through the Mediating Role of IT Logistics Applications?. Designing the questionnaire for the purpose of testing the research hypotheses. You need to use “Likert scale” start from 1 strongly disagree to 5 strongly agree. You have four main constructs to measure
– Contract formality/specification of Buyer- IT service provider contractual relationship 
Relation strength/relational ties of Buyer- IT service provider relationship
Operational performance of the buyer firm 
Buyer IT capability.
You need also to collect descriptive and demographic questions (e.g. firm size, industry types, work experience, position, and department. 
Questionnaire pilot testing,
You need to design the questionnaire cover letter that should include brief idea of the purpose of the research and a statement for ensuring the confidentiality concern;
You need to decide on the research population and sampling technique. 
Data collection
Data analysis that will include
Data cleaning,
Reliability test of the questionnaire response
Data validly using Cronbach Alpha and composite validity 
Using multi-variance data analysis 
Finding and discussion

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Wicked Problems” Paper

Wicked Problems” Paper. Wicked Problems” Paper.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Assignment: “Wicked Problems” Paper

Question:

 

What is a “Wicked Problem” and how might we ‘tame” it using methods described by Kolko (Exposing the Magic of Design, Book) and others?

                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

Key Points Answer Should Cover:

 

  • Horst Rittel was a mathematician/planner who identified wicked problems in the 1960s

 

  • West Churchman described Rittel’s notion of wicked problems in volume 14, number 4 of the journal Management Science published in December 1967 as “a class of social system problems which are ill-formulated, where the information is confusing, where there are many clients and decision makers with conflicting values, and where the ramifications in the whole system are thoroughly confusing.”

 

  • We might ‘tame’ wicked problems using what many variously define as design thinking and what Roger Martin relayed Charles Peirce had termed “abductive logic” in The Design of Business. Martin suggested that a wicked problem is one that demands attention be paid to understanding the nature of the problem itself. Traditional deductive or inductive logic and analytical thinking won’t do as WPs cannot be answered simply with a true or false, or an extrapolation of an answer from relating of facts (example: a=b, b=c; therefore a must = c)

 

  • Kolko suggests in Exposing the Magic of Design that its “design synthesis” and a “sensemaking” methodology that includes conducting research and analyzing data into key learnings and insights as a first step to ‘tame’ a wicked problem. Synthesis methods and techniques including framing, re-framing, model and pattern generation and visualization techniques such as diagramming and other graphic methods will enable abductive thinking on the designer’s part, and ultimately yield creation of effective design solutions to the problem.

 

  • In Exposing the Magic of Design Kolko references Buchanan and his description of “placements” and suggests that it is important to understand the experience of use via these “placements”: signs, things, actions, and thoughts. See pgs 103 – 105 of Exposing the Magic of Design, including fig. 7.1. A suggestion: substitute the word “are” for the graphic arrows in the graphic visualization.

 

  • Could also reference other design methods such as the “double diamond”, HCD, etc.

 

 

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The paper required use of APA 6.0 for formatting, idea & source citations and references. See the class folder for some ‘cheat sheets’. Info sources you should / could reference include:

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. Washington, DC:

American Psychological Association, 2010.

 

Hacker, D., & Sommers, N. (2013). A Pocket Style Manual – APA Version (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s. ISBN 978-0-312-56849-8

 

http://www.apastyle.org/

 

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

 

Key Points for this assignment:

 

  • Cover Page

 

Theoretically the document should have a cover page with the following information center justified: title of paper, your name, course/number, due date, & instructor name; I forgot to remove the ‘memo’ instructions from the original assignment sheet so papers without a proper cover were not penalized grade wise.

 

  • IP & In-Text Citations

 

Intellectual property and ideas must be credited to their owner / originator(s). Citations for sources are required within the paper’s text and need to be treated like so: (Author, year of publication)

 

  • In-Text Quotation Citations (less than 40 words in length with quotation marks)

 

Page numbers are added for direct quotes within the text after the quote like so: (p. 184)

  • In-Text Quotation Citations (more than 40 words in length)

 

A quotation from a source over 40 words in length is indented from the ‘normal’ body of text and no quotation marks are used. The page number where the text is found is treated as above.

  • References cited in the paper are to be listed once on a separate sheet included after the body of the paper – per the proper APA multiple possible treatments.p(5)

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Fast fashion and Cheap labour

Fast fashion and Cheap labour. Fast fashion and Cheap labour. This is a resit assignment which was done by one of your writers and failed because of the plagiarism. 
Assessment Task:
You are to write a 2000 word research paper which researches and explores a topic of Interest selected from the themes relevant to your course of study.
Your research paper should include: title page, abstract page, contents page, introduction, research question and argument, the context of your research, your methods, case studies or examples that support your argument, a conclusion, and your reference list.

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Design

Design. Design. Need to write about current work (250 words) and future plan (250 words).
The tutor requires the academic work, the words need to be academic like an essay. In the uploaded additional files, the 3 pdf are the sample, please have a look. and the placement report and Production project proposal help to write the future plan. also please have a look for my two designed website (old and new)
Old: www.lamkaiyip.wordpress.com 
New: www.lamkaiyip.com

Part 1 — Current work — 250 words
The current work is about set up a photography business and the negotiate project is redesign my website, from www.lamkaiyip.wordpress.com to www.lamkaiyip.com , you can see from the old website is using wordpress giving model only, but in the new website, I used the skills I learned from the university course, I used those skills to redesign the website and make it have my own style, use the colour that I like, not using the wordpress model anymore. and I am using the photoshop to design the new website, I am so confidence to use photoshop now, but my indesign skill need to improve, it is because my university major is photography, so the website design used many photos that I take.

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Covent Garden – popular leisure destination for both, tourists and Londoners. What contributes to the success of this branded space?

Covent Garden – popular leisure destination for both, tourists and Londoners. What contributes to the success of this branded space?. Covent Garden – popular leisure destination for both, tourists and Londoners. What contributes to the success of this branded space?.

Covent Garden – popular leisure destination for both, tourists and Londoners. What contributes to the success of this branded space?
Order Description

I will upload my proposal I sent to my tutor which I would like to set as a pattern/draft that could guide you what I want to write about, I will also provide you with the feedback I received for that piece below.
Then I will also insert a quick brief for my disseration and upload a file consiting of a handbook for my disseration (thesis).

FEEDBACK
General comments and advice on how to improve your work in the future
It is clear from this draft that you have worked hard – but there is still a lot to do and a lot of room for improvement. Currently, the essay is lacking depth and detail, and the structure is unclear and incoherent. You have set out a good, clear question, which I think can work for you, but you have not carried out enough research – or rather, you have not used that research in your essay enough. You use very few citations, most of the essay is written without reference to the theorists that I can tell you have read. You are describing some interesting theoretical concepts, but because you have not references them properly, it looks as though they are your opinions/thoughts. It is critically important that you introduce authors, tell the reader who they are, then describe their concepts/ideas – using quotations where it seems appropriate – and then go on to analyse these ideas in your own words. At the moment you are really not doing this enough. I have highlighted in Turnitin the places where this is really lacking, and also the few places where you have done it better. Your lack of citations and also your poor grammar is why you have got such a low mark for presentation and communication. I suggest you consider speaking to the Language Centre for a tutorial.

Some key texts/theories that I think are missing or really need to be more prominent are: Pine and Gilmore’s Experience Economy (which you mention but never really, properly explain it), Bryman’s Disneyisation, Ritzer and Stillman’s re-enchantment and the spectacle (Enchanting a Disenchanted World, 1999), Guy Debord’s Society of the Spectacle, , Zukin’s Destination Culture and also her writing on authenticity (The Naked City 2007), Walter Benjamin on authenticity (The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, 1936). Look back at your Branded Spaces reading list for more.

Regarding your structure, I don’t think it is quite working. I think it would help if you swapped around Chapter 2 and Chapter 3. Chapter 3 seems to introduce lots of the key theories and ideas that help to explain the examples in Chapter 2 – so it would be good to mention them first.

Throughout, I think you need to come back to Covent Garden more frequently and with more detail. You obviously need photographs, but in general I think it is lacking in analysis of the various spaces of Covent Garden.

A major gap in my view is any discussion of the privatisation of public space. Perhaps you do not realise it, but Covent Garden is privately owned (by Capco https://www.coventgarden.london/about)– the company that owns it has its own security guards on site, CCTV, and a whole lists of rule/regulations. This makes it more similar to Westfield or Canary Wharf, than other properly public spaces in London. They have curated, branded and cleaned-up the space, it is no longer a truly public space owned by the local council. There is of course lots of theory on this, you can check your Branded spaces reading list, but Anna Minton’s Ground Control is a good place to start.

BRIEF

This unit is the culmination of the Contextual and Theoretical Studies component of the course, and provides you with the opportunity to utilise all your knowledge and analytical skills related to visual culture and critical theory in the realisation of a self-determined and extended piece of written work. The subject of the work will be based on the written proposal and research you produced at the end of the second year and it can be directly linked to other Year 3 Units. The indicative content is determined by you, but it will be placed within the broad context of design, media and visual culture.
The thesis be must demonstrate detailed research, the application of a range of different research methods and methodological approaches and be contextualized from a historical, socio-political and theoretical perspective.
The thesis will be an academically rigorous piece of work manifesting critical enquiry, reflection, analysis and original research. It forms an important part of the final stage assessment within the programme, provides a summative measure of your ability to achieve the aims and objectives of the final year of the degree, and is weighted accordingly.

 

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Covent Garden – popular leisure destination for both, tourists and Londoners. What contributes to the success of this branded space?

Covent Garden – popular leisure destination for both, tourists and Londoners. What contributes to the success of this branded space?

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isk assessment /risk strategy of (a chosen infrastructure)

isk assessment /risk strategy of (a chosen infrastructure). isk assessment /risk strategy of (a chosen infrastructure). to develop an 10-12 page comprehensive written risk assessment and risk management strategy for a particular infrastructure system(s) utilizing one or a combination of the risk methodologies studied in the course. As a first step, learners will provide a detailed analysis of the infrastructure system itself, consisting of the following elements: system definition/description; summary of stakeholders and their perspectives on the system; pertinent historical incidents affecting similar systems. Next, learners will use their knowledge of the infrastructure system selected to comprehensively identify vulnerabilities, describe the types of threats that could exploit these vulnerabilities, and estimate how compromising the system will adversely affect the interests of one or more stakeholders. Learners will then identify various approaches/options for mitigating system vulnerabilities and evaluate them in terms of their costs and benefits and ability to reduce or manage risk. ..MSRAM, and or CARVER models should be used

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AIWEIWEI got inspire or creativity because locations or environment changed.

AIWEIWEI got inspire or creativity because locations or environment changed.. AIWEIWEI got inspire or creativity because locations or environment changed.. Question: How and why do change of location (such as space, place, and context) and awareness of new paradigms (such as ideas, trends, genres or theories) contribute to creativity? Your attempt to answer this question should be grounded in a specific example, drawn either from your own work or work of others, which will help you to situate your analysis in time and space and provide supporting examples for your argument. You are free to draw on sources from the syllabus as well as external material; however, the final draft of your paper should conceptually integrate at least 4 readings from the syllabus. Final paper will be judged primarily on clarity of your thesis, defined here as a coherent statement put as a premise to be proven or explained in your paper as well as your ability to support this thesis through theory, examples and analysis.

AI WEIWEI TERM PAPER OUTLINE
Introdution:
Who is AIWEIWEI? Why he is famous?
What did he usually do? Who support him? What is his life goal?
Paper Statement: how he got inspired or creativity from different places? Prove he got creativity is because he live in different locations.

Body 1: his early life, his was study at Beijing Film Academy 1978. His artwork is no different from any art students. Nothing specials.

Body 2: he move to NYC and study at Parsons School of Design 1986. He learned DADA style or Dadaism art movement. 
Use cite 1 ��creativity does not happen inside people�s head, but in the interaction between a person�s thoughts and a socio cultural context. It is systemic rather than an individual phenomenon.� – Gary Davis – Creative Persons, Creative Process
To prove he moves to NYC so he can have more chance to community with all different people from difference countries. 

Body 3: he back to china because his father ill. His art works become more critique about political and governors. 
Use cite 2 �What alone remains is �the last of human freedoms�-the ability to �choose one�s attitude in a given set of circumstances.� � – Viktor_E._Frankl-Man’s_search for meaning-Beacon_Press(2000)
To prove he back to Beijing and noticed the relationship between Governors and citizen. And got inspire from this point to create art works.

Body 4: he under arrested by China Police for 81 days.2010. he got inspire again during his life in jail. He created Surveillance Camera, 2010 and even a heavy metal music video(Dumbass-2013) to prove art don�t have to be format. It could be anything happen in your real life.
Use cite 3: �It might be useful to distinguish between pleasure and joy. But maybe everybody does this very easily, all the time, and only I am confused.� Zadie Smith – Joy
To prove he play art, he live with art like daily life. So he can get inspire from his daily life very easily. And also because he have to live in difference locations or environment.

Summary Part.
Use cite 4 �Creativity, a prerogative of man, can be seen as the humble human counterpart of God�s creation.� – Silvano Arieti – Creativity, The Magic Synthesis

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Writing an Introduction for a Final Project

Writing an Introduction for a Final Project. Writing an Introduction for a Final Project. Optional Resources
• Course Text: Frankfort-Nachmias, C., & Nachmias, D. (2008) Research methods in the social sciences (7th ed.). New York: Worth.
Chapter 6, “Research Designs: Cross-Sectional and Quasi-Experimental Designs”

Course Text: Campbell, D. T., & Stanley, J. C. (1963). Experimental and quasi-experimental designs for research. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

This textbook describes a variety of research designs, including pre-experimental designs, true experimental designs, quasi-experimental designs, and correlational and ex post facto designs. Although reading the entire textbook in one week may seem daunting, this book is a reprint of one chapter of a larger text and is quite manageable. You will use this information from this text for the Discussion and Applicatio

Paper Details:
Due date 12/4/15

Writing an Introduction for the Final Project
In this Application, you will complete the first step of your quantitative research proposal, which is your Final Project for this course. You will begin your research proposal by writing a thorough introduction.
To prepare for this Application:
• Review the Campbell and Stanley text, Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research.
• Review the Final Project Description handout provided in this week’s Learning Resources.
• Consider the focus of the quantitative research you would like to propose for this course, your personal interests, and the designs presented in Campbell and Stanley.
The assignment:
• Craft 3-paragraph introduction for your final project that includes the following components:
• The background of the problem
• A brief problem statement
• The purpose of the study
Note: Other elements listed in the handout, such as the Literature Review, Operational Definitions, and Assumptions, will be developed in later Applications and as such are not required elements in this Application.

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