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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Pictures with Power!

    How do the three pictures demonstrate conflict through learning.
For the first picture, I chose from my four cumulative slides was the judge's hammer. I chose this picture as my first because I think it demonstrates conflict at its end. This is because it is the one who executes the final decision. If the victim lives or dies if the law will pass or fail all in the hands of this object. Even though this object demonstrates a large amount of negativity, it could still act as something positive, like saving someone life in court. It demonstrates an external conflict.
    Next, I chose the masks with emotions on them. This picture is related to my studied conflict, the internet. The internet inflicts emotions to anyone this could be things like breakups in relationships through social media or if your expensive computer gets hacked. The internet might help us access things much easier, but there are many smart people wanting to take advantage of others. But what I'm really trying to get at is conflict affecting our future leaders. Cyberbullying. The term stands for when a child or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child or teen while using the Internet. It isn't when adult is trying to lure children into offline meetings, that is called sexual exploitation or luring by a sexual predator, so don't get confused, this is pure social! Cyberbullying usually involves a repeated amount death threat or a serious threat related to the body. As a result, there have been reports of suicides and drastic changes in behaviour.
      For my last picture, I chose the dominoes. It relates itself to conflict through how allies and enemy form. With this I mean if one alliance or group has wants to conquer land and demonstrates his or her success through media. The media is posted worldwide some alliances or countries might join in his or her uprising. Now that the alliance has a larger amount of people with them others might want to join since they see success in that group. As the group wins more conflict other groups will join making it expand even more. This quick explanation demonstrates how this would be a domino effect, demonstrating your success will make others join.
      These pictures seem ordinary, but they all have a special relation to conflict as I explained above. Can you come up with any?