“I believe that when a sculpture challenges authority and political power, it should be removed from the public space”.

Investment.
October 28, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court and the Criminal Justice System
October 28, 2020

Topic: Stakeholder exercise

Paper details:

Give the opinions and positions after reading the three articles and answer the questions in the word document as I provided.

Stakeholders Exercise: Understanding Who and What is at Stake

What are stakeholders and why do they matter?

 

Stakeholders are those who have an investment in and a particular perspective on a given issue. The concept of stakeholder complicates the notion that an argument is formed of only “pro” and “con” positions; stakeholders providemultiple and varied positions on an issue, and their positions may contrast and overlap in varied and complex ways. Paying attention to the perspectives of stakeholders helps writers develop a more nuanced understanding of a topic or an issue.

The first step, then, in understanding an arts controversy is to identify all the groups and/or individuals that have something—anything—at stake within that controversy. The stakes might involve personal or professional interests, aesthetics, legal issues, economic issues, and so forth.

The next step is to begin to identify what their positions and perspectives are on the controversy. We do this by noticing claims and evidence.

At no point is your goal to try to argue whether a stakeholder is right or wrong, since these are subjective terms. The goal is to collect data first about where and why the various stakeholders have taken a stance on a topic.

Before your read, please rate your agreement with the following statement:

How much do you know about Land Art Sculptures?

“1” (not at all), “2” (a little), “3” (some), “4” (a lot), or “5” (very much familiar)

Your choice:

“I believe that when a sculpture challenges current social, cultural and aesthetic values, it should be removed from the public space”.

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

 

 

“I believe that when a sculpture challenges authority and political power, it should be removed from the public space”.

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

 

 

‘‘I am interested in the effects of public sculpture on people’s daily life’’.

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

‘‘The debate on the influence of public sculpture on people’s attitude towards life interests me very much’’.

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

‘‘I am curious about how public sculpture affects us”

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

“I want to know more about the impact of public sculpture on our lives.”

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

 

Now, it is time to read.

Texts:

  1. WNYC’s Artists in the City interview by Jenny Dixon with the artist Richard Serra (use both the text and the recorded interview) http://www.wnyc.org/story/richard-serras-tilted-arc
  2. “Art View; The Messy Saga of ‘Tilted Arc” Is Far From Over” by Michael Brenson, New York Times, April 2,1989.http://www.nytimes.com/1989/04/02/arts/art-view-the-messy-saga-of-tilted-arc-is-far-from-over.html?pagewanted=all
  3. “Richard Serra’s Titled Arc” by Sarah Mullen from Bon à Tirer: The Western Undergraduate Journal of Art History and Visual Culture, 2009/2010 (the Department of Visual Arts’ student-run journal, Western University, Ontario, Canada) http://www.uwo.ca/visarts/research/2009-10/bat_2010/sm.html

Directions:Submit your Word doc to Blackboard.

  1. Based on the three texts, fill in the table where you identify the individuals and groups that are the stakeholders. For example: (1) Richard Serra and (2) the federal employees and fill in remaining stakeholders. For each stakeholder(individuals and groups), list the claimsand supporting evidence given from across the three sources.
Stakeholders Claim Evidence
Richard Serra
the federal employees
 
 
 
  1. After reviewing the article and comments carefully, what is your position on this issue? Imagine that the stakeholders are participating in a public forum on the issue when you discuss and decide what to say and how to say it. Be sure to reference specific details from the three sources. Write 300-400 words on this question.

When you write,

  • Explaining what you want, and why.
  • Proposing a reasonable solution based solely on the evidence presented to you.
  • Considering ulterior motives of other stakeholders.
  • Trying to appeal to one another’s sense of logic and sense of emotions, create credibility for yourself, and provide a sense of urgency and timeliness for this issue.

 

  1. Specifically, in what ways did your sense what was and wasn’t persuasive in each of the three articles? Write 100-200 words on this question.
  1. After your read, please rate your agreement with the following statement:

“I believe that when a sculpture challenges current social, cultural and aesthetic values, it should be removed from the public space”.

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

 

 

“I believe that when a sculpture challenges authority and political power, it should be removed from the public space”.

“1” (strongly disagree), “2” (disagree), “3” (uncertain), “4” (agree), or “5” (strongly agree)

Your choice:

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