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    Nam June Paik Video Innovations

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    Nam June Paik Video Innovations Nam June Paik was born in Seoul, Korea on July 20, 1932. He was the fifth and youngest child of a textile merchant. In 1947, at the age of 14, he studied piano and composition with two of Korea's foremost composers. The family moved to Tokyo, Japan in 1950 to avoid the havoc of the Korean War. Paik studied music, history, art history, and philosophy at the University of Tokyo from 1953 to 1956. He did his graduate dissertation on Schoenberg. In 1956, he

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    Questioning Television’s Resident Mother Figure: Who Was June Cleaver? Picture this: It’s 1957, and America is on the verge of a psychedelic revolution. Television is in its beginning stages, and America is dealing with nuclear tensions regarding rough relations with the Soviet Union. Society is changing, as are the views pertaining to what the “perfect” American family should be. Throughout this turmoil, familial stability is more important than it ever has been, and everyone is looking for a

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    Nam June Paik’s performance art piece entitled TV Bra for Living Sculpture was one of Paik’s more influential works whose subject matter centered on the progression of technology. Performance art, which is a theatrical way of staging art, was a specialty of Paik’s. He was an essential pioneer in the crusade to incorporate moving images into artistic mediums, a seriously radical invention of the twentieth century. Paik was renowned for his ability to present serious content in radical self-parodies

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    JUNE

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    To Pay or Not to Pay June Stephenson’s passage is about how men commit the most crime in America and women are still expected to pay their unfair share for male pursuit. June suggests that since men outnumber women ninety-four to six men should pay one hundred dollars more in their IRS returns. The author carries a chauvinist tone through out the passage and really gets carried away when she starts blaming all men because we are all “brothers”. I strongly disagree! We can not start pointing fingers

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    fiasco, a quarrel broke out between June and Suyuan. June did not have this blind obedience like a Chinese daughter, " I didn't have to do what my mother said anymore. I wasn't her slave. This wasn't China" and refused to be the best, perfect, as what her mother wants her to be. Her mother only hoped and wanted the best for her daughter, which is the Chinese thinking, yet June takes it that her mother wants her to be someone that she is not. When Suyuan tells June, " only one kind of daughter can live

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    The Dilemma of Cloning

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    talk of a cloned mouse in June (2). Skeptics wondered, if such animals as mice and sheep can be cloned, what frontiers remains except for.....us? Recent legislation by the Clinton Administration, following the announcement of Dolly's birth put a ban on any funding whatsoever in support of science dictated toward human cloning. "Personally, I believe that human cloning raises deep concerns, given our cherished concepts of faith and humanity", the President said in a June 1997 national radio address

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    Due to the idealization of domesticity in media, there was a significantly stagnant period of time for women’s rights between 1945 and 1959. Women took over the roles for men in the workplace who were fighting abroad during the early 1940s, and a strong, feminist movement rose in the 1960s. However, in between these time periods, there was a time in which women returned to the home, focusing their attention to taking care of the children and waiting on their husband’s every need. This was perpetuated

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    In my formative years, I am sad to admit that I was the most critical of my mother. We suffered from what experts would identify as ‘mutual incomprehensibility’, and I believe at times we still do; however, as I grow more and more into woman hood and our bond has been strengthened with experience, I have had the amazing opportunity to gain a true sense of my mother and have come to admire her in many ways ( though she probably doesn 't believe me). For whatever reason, I once found solace in reducing

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    June in the Galapagos June in the archipelago brings the best of the dry and wet seasons together; pleasant days are balanced by cool waters, lush landscapes, and abundance of wildlife. The weather isn’t always predicable; but as a rule-of-thumb, midst and clouds cover the highlands, while the coast and the lowlands have mid-day showers and tropical temperatures. These conditions can produce spectacular days braving the waters on adventures that end with epic sunsets. A safari holiday during the

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    plot lines. The particular episode I am writing about attracted a whopping 8.6 million viewers and shocked the nation. In this episode P.C. Des Taviner threw a petrol bomb through his inspector’s office window. The main characters are Sergeant June Ackland. She always abides by the rules and puts others before her. Next there is P.C. Reg Hollis. Everyone is always laughing at him because he plays a perpetually single whinge but provides plenty of light relief in the grittier storylines. It

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