Regarding the Pain of Others Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

In interpreting photographs, Sontag claims that everyone approaches the image as which of the following? (from Chapter 4)

2.

Sontag suggests that it is still possible to "feel the pulse of Christian iconography" in much war photography. Which famous work of art does she suggest can be seen in W. Eugene Smith's photograph of the woman in Minamata cradling her child? (from Chapter 6)

3.

For Sontag, the impression that there are more news of atrocity is probably which of the following? (from Chapter 9)

4.

Sontag argues that which of the following effects keeps the television viewer's attention "light", "mobile" and fairly "indifferent" to the images on the screen? (from Chapter 8)

5.

Sontag argues that we are most disappointed to discover that which type of photographs have been staged? (from Chapter 4)

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