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Quoting is where you copy an author's text word for word, place quotation marks around the words and add a citation at the end of the quote. Quotes should be using sparingly as over quoting can suggest a lack of understanding of the text you are referring to. Haunted media: electronic presence from telegraphy to television. The 20 best biographies and autobiographies of all time. Experience Martin Amis (2000) Easily Martin Amis’s best book, in which he leaves behind the struggle for effect, stops trying to say anything serious, and in doing so creates something effective and serious about his early life, his relations with his father, the death of his cousin, his various artistic rivalries, and, of course, those teeth.
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A short text commissioned for the first issue of the journal Philosophy of Photography, 2010 A couple of years ago I was at a seminar that was intended to bring together ‘theorists of photography’ and ‘philosophers’, to see what would happen. With such a crude distinction being made in the first place I think the organisers secretly knew the outcome. By ‘secretly’ I don’t mean they kept it from the participants so much as they kept from admitting it to themselves. The Man with the Movie Camera(1929)