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Advanced Power AOS: Role of Voices in Shaping

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Othello and Freedom Writers Preliminary Advanced Differing perspectives are revealed within texts to explore aspects of power.

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This approach has often been compellingly used as seen in the play Othello by William Shakespeare and the film Freedom Writers, directed by Richard LaGravenese. Each composer utilised individual characters to realistically portray power in a multi-dimensional and sophisticated manner. The authors explored individuals’ power to distortedly view people and situations, and the significance of community. The importance of the powerful versus the powerless was recognised and depicted through white supremacy in bodies of authority, versus the unrepresented immigrant races. Although differing widely in context, the effectiveness of these texts was ensured through the use of distinctive and authentic personalities. History has often placed individuals of a certain race or class in power, creating an environment where discrimina...
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