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Annotated Bibliography

Cohen, Ted. "Aesthetic Judgment." Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by Donald M. Borchert,

2nd ed., vol. 1, Macmillan Reference USA, 2006, pp. 35-37. Opposing Viewpoints in

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This article poses the question of Is Aesthetic Judgement object or subjective? It goes

into detail about the 1800 ideas of Hume, and new day philosophers, as well as stating

and explaining what exactly Aesthetic judgement is. It poses, and answers the questions

of first, whether aesthetic judgments are objective or subjective, and whether or not

aesthetic judgments can be verified or otherwise proved and supported.

Golding, Jonathan M. et al. Pragmatics and the Effect of Instructions to Forget

Information That Varies in the Magnitude of a Trait. The American Journal of

Psychology, vol. 107, no. 2, 1994, pp. 223243. www.jstor.org/stable/1423038. Accessed

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This article, written by Jonathan. M. Golding, his colleagues and Debra L. Long, is about

one's first impressions, how they are made, how fast they can be generated and the

overall effect it can have one the one creating the immediate judgement, and the people

that are being judged. It describes, using recent studies, that all it takes is a simple

accumulation of information, not even direct contact with said person, to begin to form an

opinion of them.

Kramer, Ronald J. Generation Y: Tattoos, Piercings, and Other Issues for the Private and Public

Employer. The Urban Lawyer, vol. 38, no. 3, 2006, pp. 593611.

www.jstor.org/stable/27895650.

This article goes into depth about the constitutional issues that may impact people with

tattoos and the regulations they may face in today's society with an abundance of such

body modifications. It describes actual examples and situations that people with tattoos

and piercings have faced and goes into the true court laws and restrictions that may be

used and faced.

Papineau, David, and Julia Tanney. Normativity and Judgement. Proceedings of the

Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volumes, vol. 73, 1999, pp. 1761.

www.jstor.org/stable/4107061.

This article talk about the main basis for peoples normalcy and how this normalcy is
perceived by people is not the same for every situation. It explains that one's version of

normal can affect how they think, how they perceive things, and even the actions they

take during specific situations.

Turner, Bryan S. Ageing and Generational Conflicts: A Reply to Sarah Irwin. The British

Journal of Sociology, vol. 49, no. 2, 1998, pp. 299304. www.jstor.org/stable/591314.

This article describes the societal blockades people who are viewed and judged by

appearances will face and the reasoning behind generational and cultural differentiations

Using opinions which can be summed up to be viewed as a natural phenomena that takes

place as we age and grow generationally.