The short depicts the violence and the killing of women in all social classes,
Students of 1 and 2 degrees of secondary unit granja de floor Rio Branco, have produced short videos to depict the theme “occupation” of the discussions in the English lessons about gender equality and the empowerment of women (gender equality and the empowerment of women) and the power of youth for change (youth force).
The project is led by Professor Sonia milks began in the first half, with the presentation of short films in several languages, animation, collage of photos, voice narration, scene scene, among other things. In this process, as was highlighted aspects such as the soundtrack, editing images, color images or black and white, concept, and goals.
In addition to the video which depicts the need for a culture of respect for women, violênciae killed the female, with the real cases that have occurred recently in Brazil, Other Works developed by students covering topics such as bullying, respect and inclusion.
Team-Il winner at Boston College published a study entitled The beliefs intrinsic in the provisions of the beauty of art consists in the community of the council in June. The study aims to explore why people underestimate the value of a business that was previously revered to discover that it in fact is not created by the artist. The study conducted by the winner of two of his colleagues, located in the trade that have shown identical pictures of the same artwork, presented along. The participants were informed that the works have the same market value to eliminate concerns that the money issue is inconsistent with the provisions of the mass. It was also reported that two of the images have been approved by the artist. Then it was said that the picture on the left was produced by one artist on the right by the assistant.
I preferred the picture produced by the artist, despite being identical in all aspects. Conclusion: “although we may not like fakes because of the gap, not its value in the market, as we prefer to the originals for another reason: we would like to look at the work that we know that were made by the artist because we feel that we are communing with the mind, the soul, the heart essence of the artist.”
Of course this idea of placing art in a test tube, and encounters with people are skeptical. In the year 2017 in the Journal of Consciousness Studies, Alexis D. J. Makin, a psychologist at the University of Liverpool, England, has developed doubts about the effectiveness of these experiments.
“Almost impossible to arouse intense emotions as the activity of Customs in the laboratory, in repeated experiments with stimuli well controlled because of the aesthetic feelings is very transitory idiosyncratic”. The winner of that book is how art works: exploring myself will be published later this year, said: I have heard this criticism before. “If psychology is the study of human behavior, how can we let something so fundamentally human-like the arts?”, I asked. Translation/ of Maria Martini