Regarding the Pain of Others Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Which nation's army was represented in Wall's photograph? (from Chapter 10)

2.

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

3.

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

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.

Photographic representations of the Vietnam War was essential to promoting: (from Chapter 4)

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