Category Archives: P/twoforsixohtwo

Research Position – twofoursixohtwo

It’s Okay To Feel Sad Sometimes It’s no secret performers are crazy. From the Evel Knievel types risking their lives for the thrill and entertainment of their audience to the comedians trying for their big break in some small time … Continue reading

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Reflective – twofoursixohtwo

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. While I was always taught that writing is a process, I had never appreciated … Continue reading

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Definition Rewrite – twofoursixohtwo

It’s no secret that everyone thinks performers are crazy. From the Evel Knievel types risking their lives for the thrill and entertainment of their audience to the comedians trying for their big break in some small time coffee shop, the … Continue reading

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Bibliography – twofoursixohtwo

1. Hugelshofer, Daniela S., Robert C. Reff, and Megan L. Olson. “Humour’s Role in the Relation Between Attributional Style and Disphoria.” Ed. Paul Kwon. European Journal of Personality, 20 Mar. 2006. Web. 3 Nov. 2015. Background: This source details the … Continue reading

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Causal Rewrite -twofoursixohtwo

Coping Through Comedy Childhood is emotionally scarring for everyone, to some degree. For every few that make it out alive and unscathed, there are more who suffered some trauma, wether it be neglect or abuse, creating a mound of insecurities … Continue reading

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Visual Rewrite – twofoursixohtwo

0:01-0:03 The camera pans across an end table inside a house. On it, there are several framed pictures. The smallest three frames hold pictures of a very young boy, about 5 or 6. The first looks like a school picture … Continue reading

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