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    to see the where the artist 's viewpoint stands. During the eighteenth century political cartoons started to rise in popularity in America culture, they weren’t exactly what we are used to today in exaggerating a person’s features into a type of caricature image. Examining two political cartoons, one dating back to the eighteenth century by Paul Revere and the other from the twenty first century by Bob Englehart. Paul Revere political cartoon was

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    THE VOICELESS Australian political cartoons are very common and often seen in newspapers and on the internet. These cartoons typically present issues of Australia, showing an opinion or point of view in some way. But usually when these cartoons are seen, they aren’t properly analysed and seen from every point of view and angle that there is. The cartoon being analysed is one titled “The Voiceless”, created in 2012 by Fiona Katauskas. It regards the refugee’s in Australian detention centres, an indefinite

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    The United States was a country founded on the basis of freedom. Imagine living in a nation in which The First Amendment did not exist. Where there was not freedom of speech or press where censorship reigned with a king. This picture is that of France for the entirety of the nineteenth century. During this era, Honoré Daumier was a renowned political and social cartoonist. The King and his police persecuted the lithographer Daumier, among numerous other French artists, for his political activism

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    figures being real guys..."( 31). Technicians in the hospital speak with voices that "are forced and too quick on the comeback to be real talk - more like cartoon comedy speech" (33). Kesey chooses to describe some of his characters as symbolic caricatures, and others as stock figures who outgrow their black outlines (Twayne). The Big Nurse remains a cartoon villain, funny in her excessive frustration and hateful in her manipulations towards the patients.

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    Cartoons date back many generations in time, and have been created for humoristic purposes for centuries. Mort Gerberg shaped cartoons and paved the way for many other cartoonists to rise to stardom. Gerberg was a professional cartoonist, whose works made appearances in The New Yorker, Playboy, Harvard Business Review, and The Huffington Post. Gerberg argues that cartoons cause the audience to think critically and analyze the rhetoric behind each work. He claims that cartoons are made of eight different

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    How Cartoons Changed the World

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    A cartoon is a two-dimensional illustrated visual art and are usually intended for satire, caricature, or humor, or to the artistic style of these works. The cartoonist is the creator behind the cartoon. The definition of the word “cartoon” has changed over time; however, in modern times, cartoons refer to potentially non-realistic or practically realistic drawing and paintings. In the Middle Ages, where the word “cartoon” originated, people described the cartoons as something that was drawn to prepare

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    The Media

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    Political cartoons now and in the past have played a part in drawing attention to serious issues which impact the United States, and in fact, the entire world. The cartoon I chose shows a caricature of a fireman standing next to a huge wall of flame. The word “debt” is labeling the flames, and the smiling fireman is attempting to use an eyedropper to put the fire out. The caption reads, “This will put it out. Trust me”. (Dawoud) The cartoon was first printed in 2011, in response to the government

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    Essay On Political Cartoon

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    The next example worth looking at is another cartoon by Bengough entitled “Renewing The Lease” (See Fig.2). The context of this cartoon was that though John A. Macdonald was campaigning in the 1878 election on his signature policy platform, the ‘National Policy’, which was centred on Protectionism (e.g. tariffs on American manufacturing goods) the completion of the CPR (" Scandals and Changes." Par. 24). In addition to scandals, elections provide an opportunity to discuss the influence the press

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    Carbon Footprint, by Jeff Parker

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    A carbon footprint is a measure greenhouse gases produced through our daily activities. The average individual's carbon footprint is around three and a half. This means that humanity is using three and a half earths. This political cartoon by Jeff Parker addresses this popular issue. I will analyze this political cartoon according specific criteria, such as its design and visual elements, the genre, and type and spacial elements of the argument to provide a rhetorical analysis that considers the

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    Political and editorial cartoons are created as a way to visually bring a topic to the public's attention. These cartoons often times satirize a political figure, event, or problem occurring at that time. These illustrations are meant to simplify an event while also allowing the viewer to see the creators opinions and attitude toward that event, often times these opinions are biased ones. The cartoons chosen begin with the debate that Americans had over the war in Iraq. The controversy started

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