A Student Who Cheated

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This is about my still image analysis of my pictures I posted on Facebook. On Facebook I have posted some pictures that are semiotic. Semiotics is the study of signs. This may includes signs devised to convey meanings “....language, badges as well as 'symptoms' as in that’s the sign of swine flu'”. (Branston 12) Potency involves the strong or weak signs of semiotics that appear in the image. The sign in this image is that of me wear a suit with a sign of economic stature, which is the definition of symbolic sign. Most people where suit like the one I have in the picture and have some type of corporate job and make very good money. This makes the image a connotative image it represents an idea or mental image of a thing rather than the thing itself. The denotative meaning of the image is a guy in a nice suit poses to get his picture taken. The definition of denotative is the literal meaning of what you see in the picture. When I post this picture on Facebook the audience for whom the picture was for was my Facebook friends. My mom somehow saw it and she doesn’t have a Facebook account. Then I realize some of the people who are my Facebook friends are also her co workers and they commented on the picture. I don’t really care who sees the picture because it’s my own personal count with some friends and family members. What I hope people get out of this is that I look nice in a suit and tie. I look at it more like a professional selfie form a distance as it was shoot by a photographer. In the media student hand book it talks about the people who gaze at images. Gaze is the context in which looking practices are engaged. During a gaze there is an observer and the observed. The observer is the audience looking at my picture that I posed on Facebook. The observed is the picture itself on Facebook. The observers may gaze into the picture and see a young man with a small…...

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