영작 ) The image which connects our past and present
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1. Introduction: the importance and effects of visual images in our society
2. The image which connects our past and present: How John Berger indicates representation and signification through his visual images
3. Conclusion: the implications of visual images
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c effects, including profits, revenues, job opportunities. Likewise visual images conveys a lot of implications about our society.
As John Berger put it, we are visual animals who see before we learn to read. This kind of acting intentionality is shown even from adults. In other words, people take the most basic orientation in the world with their own eyes. About this, John Berger said, “For the first time ever, images of art have become ephemeral, ubiquitous, insubstantial, available, valueless, free. They surround us in the same way as a language surrounds us … Within it we could begin to define our own experiences more precisely in areas where words are inadequate.”
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Professor Keehyeung Lee’s “Seminar in Visual Communication” materials
이기형, 박주화, 정윤정, 황경아 Keehyeung Lee, Juhwa Park, Yoon Jung Jeong, Kyong Ah Hwang, 『시대를 대표하는 이야기꾼이자, 전방위적으로 활동했던 비평가, 그리고 행동하는 양심이었던 존 버거를 기리며 Remembering John Berger - Art Critic, Storyteller, Activist, Poet, and Public Intellectual 』, 언론과 사회(Media & Society) 25(4), 사단법인 언론과 사회, 2017.11, p.106-173(68 pages).
Jonathan Jones, “How to use John Berger’s ‘language of images’ on Trump, polar bears and Kim Kardashian”, The Gardians, 2017.02.03.

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