Copyright infringement is the use of works without the permission of the creator/owner. Copyright works in a good and bad way in the entertainment/publishing scene. It works in a positive way by not allowing people to make a profit or use the content with whatever motive the user wants to use it with. It works in a negative way by making it a more superior view over the facts. Meaning if a person was to write a book and someone was to steal the book and copyright it before the actual creator in the court of law the person with the copyright would be the owner and nothing could change that (basically). In a vague sentence copyright hinders people that makes thoughts off copyright content but then again it does and can be taken advantage. In my gracious opinion I believe the content owner/creator should enforce the rules on their content in which they have copyrighted. Besides that the law should be a counselor. In my opinion most things that come about in the world today are based off of other people's ideas or thoughts. The basic for an idea without an influence is over for the most part and is very rare. People create things like music and movies etc. off of an original which is not organically all of here work but allows creativity to arise without an organic thought. A celebrity by the name of Jennifer Lopez decided to appreciate herself in a photo and posted it on her social media, for the paparazzi who took the photo of Jennifer to see it and copyright strike the image which later down the line resolves in a lawsuit. Who would think that if someone was to take a picture of your body post it for money and can get money out of you for using it. This incident block Jennifer from expressing the creativity and feeling on his image. She was to then remove the photo until further action. Jennifer could not be creative in the caption and express anything which was a hindrance to her creativity/thoughts. In school copyright is very difficult. Almost every time we are to do an essay or research information have to cite the source. If we fail to cite the source we are deemed as a plagiarizer, when in all seriousness the layout was simple for the user to understand and easy to reflect ideas from than a fair use/creative commons cite. Fair use/Creative common sites and informative's doesn't really want to give you the research information needed it typically vague and difficult to understand.
Puente, Maria. “Jennifer Lopez Sued by Paparazzi Agency for Copyright Infringement.” USA Today, Gannett Satellite Information Network, 7 Oct. 2019, www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/celebrities/2019/10/07/jennifer-lopez-sued-paparazzi-copyright-infringement/3900908002/.
Mirrors, windows and sliding glass doors are all ways of seeing things which are pretty similar but are pretty different. Mirrors in literature births a reflection of something in similarity to. For example a book of a person wanting to be a stripper when he was 6 to then wanting to become a doctor at 12 would be a mirror of myself because that reflects my thoughts clearly to see similarity. Windows spill into new seeing or adventures. In literature windows represent a view into something new for example a book based on human furies would be a window because it something i'm not so familiar with so if read a book based on furies and their life it would be something strange for me. Sliding glass doors, readers have to walk through in imagination to become part of whatever created by the author. Recognizing each of these aspects in books could really help the reader get a better understanding of themselves more by them reading something that's in similarity or a view of difference and we can appreciate another culture more and get a better understanding of each others concepts/way of life.
In the book "Knock,Knock"
I find myself in this book because in the beginning of the book the boy has a good relationship with his father and I also have a good relationship with my father. And he used to tell me stories like the narrator father did for him. This helped me because it made me embrace the good of my father and made me think of the great things my father did for me.
In the book "Fire Bird"
I find myself in this book because the narrator and misty has a close connection and misty is always there for her which this mirrors me and my moms bond, my mom has been there through thick and thin, behind the scenes and in front with everything I have attended in in life. This helped me because it made me embrace the amazing things of love and support my mom gives me.
In the book "Thunder Boy Jr."
I find myself in this book because me and the little boy shares a heavy similarity on our names. The kid in “Thunder Boy Jr.” Hates his name even though he loves is father. And which is similar to me but to a certain instinct I love my parents and I like the fact that I was named by/after them but I do feel like my name is generic and not unique and I also feel like my name doesn't do justice to describe thee. This helped me because it gave me an outlook on a similar situation I have and made me realize that some people can/have similar thoughts as you.
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“We Need Diverse Books: #OWNVOICES in Children's Lit! - Chicago Public Library.” BiblioCommons, chipublib.bibliocommons.com/list/share/1132761418/1175300047.
“'Read Woke' School Reading Challenge Makes an Impact.” School Library Journal, www.slj.com/?detailStory=read-woke-school-reading-challenge-makes-impact.
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