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  1. PowerMeagan Mayes

  2. Image Title: Boss • Bibliographic Citation:Avci, Emrah. "Royalty Free Stock Photo: Boss and Employee." Dreamstime. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: Power in the Workplace • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Cartoon • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive • Found Where: http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photo-boss-employee-cartoon-image33856485 • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? The image shows how the workforce is controlled by the “man” • What Does This Image State About Power?Many people in the workforce are relinquishing their power. • Why Do You State So?So many people despise their jobs, yet continue to work. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?It shows one way power is exercised.

  3. Image Title: Candle • Bibliographic Citation: "Candlepower." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 16 Feb. 2014. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: Simple power • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candlepower • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Light is a natural power. • What Does This Image State About Power? One small glimmer can illuminate the darkest place. • Why Do You State So? It is true. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows how small a thing power can be.

  4. Image Title: Different • Bibliographic Citation: Diener, Sa. "Success Is For People That Dare To Be Different." Stuff for Success Success Is For People That Dare To Be Different Comments. N.p., 30 Dec. 2009. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: People’s Power • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Graphic • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://www.samdiener.com/2009/12/success-is-for-people-that-dare-to-be-different • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Sometimes standing apart from the crowd gives you the most power. • What Does This Image State About Power? It is a simple representation of being different. • Why Do You State So? The one happy face stands out against all the sad ones. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows a small but significant form of power

  5. Image Title: Forest Fire • Bibliographic Citation: Schultz, Colin. "Western U.S. Forest Fires Could Double Within 40 Years." Smithsonian. N.p., 22 May 2013. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: Natural Power • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/western-us-forest-fires-could-double- within-40-years-77609897/ • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Shows a natural power. • What Does This Image State About Power? Sometimes power in nature can be destructive • Why Do You State So? The fire will destroy the entire forest • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows a form of natural power.

  6. Image Title: Lion takes on alligator • Bibliographic Citation: Mcdermott, Kerry. "Locked in Combat: Mother Lion Takes on Deadly Crocodile to Give Cubs Safe Swim across River." Mail Online. Associated Newspapers, 24 July 2012. Web. 25 Feb. 2014 • Topic: Power in nature • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2178290/Motherly-pride-Brave-lioness-takes-deadly- crocodile-allow-cubs-cross-river-safety.html • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Shows power in nature. • What Does This Image State About Power? Predators are powerful. • Why Do You State So? A lion is fighting an alligator. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows a form of natural power.

  7. Image Title: Money • Bibliographic Citation: Child, Flower. "Money." Borderless News and Views. N.p., 27 Apr. 2013. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: Monetary Power • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Cartoon • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://borderlessnewsandviews.com/2013/04/money • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Money goes hand in hand with power. • What Does This Image State About Power? Money can give you power, or take it away. • Why Do You State So? People who have money can do things others can’t, but it can also change them. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows one form of power.

  8. Image Title: Storm • Bibliographic Citation: "Astropixie." : Supercell Storm. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: Natural Power • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://amandabauer.blogspot.com/2010/11/supercell-storm.html • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Shows a natural power. • What Does This Image State About Power? Nature can hold great power • Why Do You State So? The storm will likely cause damage to the earth below. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows another form of natural power.

  9. Image Title: Technology • Bibliographic Citation: "Technology - Brawley Elementary School District." Technology - Brawley Elementary School District. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: Power of Technology • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Graphic • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://www.besd.org/Departments/technology • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Technology gives us power • What Does This Image State About Power? We can now communicate around the globe due to advances in technology. • Why Do You State So? We can see people who are thousands of miles away through a small screen. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows power people can obtain.

  10. Image Title: Weight • Bibliographic Citation: "5 Tips to Improve Your Shoulder-to-Overhead Lifts in the CrossFit Open." The Physio Detective. N.p., 20 Jan. 2014. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: People’s Power • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Graphic • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Persuasive • Found Where: http://physiodetective.com/2014/01/20/5-tips-to-improve-your-shoulder- to-overhead-lifts-in-the-crossfit-open • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Shows one man’s strength • What Does This Image State About Power? One person can still be powerful • Why Do You State So? One person can make a big difference. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows power of people

  11. Image Title: Time • Bibliographic Citation: Galloway, Lara. "3 Tips for Finding More Time, Focus and Money." Mom Biz Coach Business Coach for Mom Entrepreneurs. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. • Topic: Ultimate Power • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Drawing • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative • Found Where: http://mombizcoach.com/time-focus- money#.Uw0pN9GPKpo • Found How: Google • Why Select This Image? Time is an ultimate power • What Does This Image State About Power? Time goes on whether you want it to or not. • Why Do You State So? We cannot control, stop, or change time. • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? It shows true power.

  12. "5 Tips to Improve Your Shoulder-to-Overhead Lifts in the CrossFit Open." The Physio Detective. N.p., 20 Jan. 2014. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://physiodetective.com/2014/01/20/5-tips-to-improve-your-shoulder- to-overhead-lifts-in-the-crossfit-open/>. • "Astropixie." : Supercell Storm. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://amandabauer.blogspot.com/2010/11/supercell-storm.html>. • Avci, Emrah. "Royalty Free Stock Photo: Boss and Employee." Dreamstime. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photo-boss-employee-cartoon-image33856485>. • "Candlepower." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 16 Feb. 2014. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candlepower>. • Child, Flower. "Money." Borderless News and Views. N.p., 27 Apr. 2013. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://borderlessnewsandviews.com/2013/04/money/>. • Diener, Sa. "Success Is For People That Dare To Be Different." Stuff for Success Success Is For People That Dare To Be Different Comments. N.p., 30 Dec. 2009. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://www.samdiener.com/2009/12/success-is-for-people-that-dare-to-be-different/>. • Galloway, Lara. "3 Tips for Finding More Time, Focus and Money." Mom Biz Coach Business Coach for Mom Entrepreneurs. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://mombizcoach.com/time-focus- money#.Uw0pN9GPKpo>. • Mcdermott, Kerry. "Locked in Combat: Mother Lion Takes on Deadly Crocodile to Give Cubs Safe Swim across River." Mail Online. Associated Newspapers, 24 July 2012. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2178290/Motherly-pride-Brave-lioness-takes-deadly- crocodile-allow-cubs-cross-river-safety.html>. • Schultz, Colin. "Western U.S. Forest Fires Could Double Within 40 Years." Smithsonian. N.p., 22 May 2013. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/western-us-forest-fires-could-double- within-40-years-77609897/>. • "Technology - Brawley Elementary School District." Technology - Brawley Elementary School District. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2014. <http://www.besd.org/Departments/technology>.

  13. T: This is a photograph, showing a lioness battling a crocodile in a river. It is unique in that it shows the dangers of the wild, and what battles you face. • R: The intended audience are people who read the daily mail online news blog. I am not one of their readers. However, I do find nature interesting. • A: The author of the article accompanying this photograph is Kerry McDermott. She is a full-time writer for the daily mail blog. • C: The image is constrained in that it only shows one moment of the battle, so the viewer does not know the outcome. • E: There is no singular argument accompanying this photograph. It was simply to show the natural predator/prey world in which we live.

  14. P: This is a picture of a clock, that keeps going in a spiral. It shows how time never stops. • A: The creator of the piece is unknown • R: The primary audience is readers of the mombizcoach blog. I do not read the blog, so I am not a primary member of the audience. • A: The image shows that time is an ongoing force, never ending and it cannot be stopped. That is undisputable. • D: I don’t believe the piece urges anything. It just shows the power that time possesses. • I: I don’t need to know anything beyond the piece. I understand what the piece urges. • G: I did not gain anything from the piece. • M: The agent created the piece to show how time keeps going, and urges the audience to use their time wisely.

  15. P: This creation shows a large number of blue, sad-faced balls, and one yellow, happy-faced ball. It shows how one, however small, can stand out. • A: The creator of the piece is unknown • R: The audience is readers of Sam Diener’s blog. I do not read the blog. I believe one person can make a huge impact, even more than a group sometimes. • A: The bias is that happiness stands out against a crowd of sadness. It’s shown in how bright the happy ball is compared to the sad ones. • D: I believe the piece urges people to stand out, be the happy one in the crowd of sadness. • I: I don’t need to know anything beyond the piece to understand the message. • G: I have not gained anything from this piece. • M: The agent used the piece to dare people to be different.

  16. Image Title: Power in Nature • Original Genre: Various forms of power • Revised Genre: Natural power • Description of New Genre/New Piece: This piece shows different forms of power in nature, from predators to fire to storms and the destruction all of these can cause. • Explanation of New Genre Choice/New Piece: The new piece shows how different natural power can be. One form is fire, another wind and water, another muscle and teeth and claws. • Explanation of How New Genre/Piece Differs from Original: It gives a better comparison of the different forms of power. • Message Changes? Yes or No? How so?: No • New Genre/Piece Caption (if needed): None

  17. Image Title: The Balance of TimeOriginal Genre: Ultimate PowerRevised Genre: Balance of PowerDescription of New Genre/New Piece: Shows various forms of timeExplanation of New Genre Choice/New Piece: Time cannot be controlled, but it holds our world in balance. Day and night, minutes and seconds, moments of our lives. Explanation of How New Genre/Piece Differs from Original: I took the meaning of the never-ending clock picture, and transformed it into a yin-yang of words.Message Changes? Yes or No? How so?: NoNew Genre/Piece Caption (if needed): None

  18. Peer Review • SM: Favorite picture – clock. Least favorite – Faith. Overall suggestions: “great photos” • GG: Favorite picture – lion. Least favorite – doctors. Overall suggestions: “great pictures, the doctors one doesn’t fit though” • LG: Favorite picture – forest fire. Least favorite – group of people. Overall suggestions: “I really like the fire, shows natural power”

  19. Reflection For my topic, I wanted to keep my pictures diverse, because power has so many definitions and explanations. Some of my graphics fit into one category, but others stand out. A number of my pictures fit under the category of natural power. I use this as an example of power because it is one of the most unpredictable. Hurricanes, tornadoes, storms, tsunamis, earthquakes, and wildfires all cause untold destruction to our world, and yet we cannot control these occurrences in any way. We can plan for them and try to prevent massive amounts of destruction, but that never really works. A few of my pictures fit into the category people’s power. Both the weightlifter and the smiley face show different ways people can harness power to make a difference. Whether that be in their own lives or in others is up to them. The smiley face picture shows how being different or standing out can make a huge difference in the way others perceive you. Standing out from the crowd is not a negative thing. The world would be a total bore if everyone was the same. Uniqueness is what drives creativity. Without people who dared to be different, we would never have the amazing works of art, music, and culture that we experience every day.

  20. Reflection I threw in the technology and money because they pretty much run our every day lives. Our entire lives our dedicated to getting a job so we can make money and support ourselves. The more money you have, the more power you have over other people. However, you may have less power over yourself. You may not be able to control yourself, you may indulge in things you would never do if you weren’t rich. The people who were closest to you may change their attitude towards you, or your attitude towards them may change. People are constantly stressing over how much money they have or need. It controls what we do and how we live. Technology fits the definition of power both literally and figuratively. Literally, because technology uses energy to work. Figuratively because it gives us power. We can communicate with people in new ways, we can design and fabricate ideas using computers and machines instead of a pen and paper. We can manipulate others with technology, in the form of weapons. We can use technology to make huge advancements in the medical field. Organs can be grown from cells, without a body to sustain them. Diseases can be fought using computers and high tech machines. Technology gives us an unlimited amount of power.

  21. Reflection My first genre morph takes my pictures of natural power and puts them all together, to show how vast the category is. Natural power can be shown through a predatory battle, or a fire destroying a forest. The two things have no relation, yet both show how great and uncontrollable the power of nature is. My second genre morph takes various words that go with time and puts them into a yin-yang form. I wanted to show how time is balanced. We cannot stop it or make it go faster, yet it has its own teeter-totter that fits in our world. We have night and day, seasons, and they always come and go, as they always have, and as they always will. Time may be the ultimate form of power, because it just keeps on. A person who could control time would undoubtedly be the most powerful person in the world, for they would be able to control everybody's lives. This project really made me think about power, and how to show various forms of it. I now have a better understanding of what power is, and how it is seen throughout daily life.