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** "Although it could be claimed that all texts are political, what defines the texts here is that they have issues of power and powerlessness at their core, with political and social protest issues central to each structure. The political and social protest genre covers representations of both public and private settings. All set texts foreground oppression and domination and they all look at the cultures we live in and have lived in over time." - from AQA.org
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** "Although it could be claimed that all texts are political, what defines the texts here is that they have issues of power and powerlessness at their core, with political and social protest issues central to each structure. The political and social protest genre covers representations of both public and private settings. All set texts foreground oppression and domination and they all look at the cultures we live in and have lived in over time." - from AQA.org

* Checkpoints:
** Monday, April 23rd - Creative Text Draft due in Seminar
** Wednesday, April 25th - Artist Statement Draft due in Seminar
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** "Although it could be claimed that all texts are political, [[>>]]what defines the texts here is that they have issues of power and powerlessness at their core, with political and social protest issues central to each
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settings. All set texts foreground oppression and domination and they all look at the cultures we live
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and have lived in over time." - from AQA.org
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** "Although it could be claimed that all texts are political, what defines the texts here is that they have issues of power and powerlessness at their core, with political and social protest issues central to each structure. The political and social protest genre covers representations of both public and private settings. All set texts foreground oppression and domination and they all look at the cultures we live in and have lived in over time." - from AQA.org
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** "Although it could be claimed that all texts are political, [[>>]]what defines the texts here is that they have issues of power and powerlessness at their core, with political and social protest issues central to each
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** Be careful that you use these with the understanding that the guidelines for our project are ''very specific'' and so these may not all apply directly.
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** Be careful that you use these with the understanding that the guidelines for our project are ''very specific'' and so these may not all apply directly.

* So what ''is'' %newwin%[[http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2005/4/4/panelists-discuss-protest-literature-while-many/|protest literature]]?
** "Although it could be claimed that all texts are political, what defines the texts here is that they have
issues of power and powerlessness at their core, with political and social protest issues central to each
. The political and social protest genre coversrepresentations of both public and private
settings. All set texts foreground oppression and domination and they all look at the cultures we live
in and have lived in over time." - from AQA.org
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* Some %newwin%[[https://www.gyst-ink.com/artist-statement-guidelines/|tips]] about writing Artist Statements.
** Be careful that you use these with the understanding that the guidelines for our project are ''very specific'' and so these may not all apply directly.
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Getting started on the Creative Project!