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Imagery

Description

Imagery, in a literary text, is an author's use of vivid and descriptive language to add depth to their work. It appeals to human senses to deepen the reader's understanding of the work. Powerful forms of imagery engage all of the senses.

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Organizations relating to Imagery

European Data Base of Imaging Systems
Federation of Asian Societies for Molecular Imaging / Est. 2006
VIDEAZIMUT - Coalition internationale de l'audiovisuel pour le développement et la démocratie / Est. 1990
Ibero-American Society of Gynecological Endoscopy and Images / Est. 1984
Centre international pour la culture et l'instruction par l'image et le son
International Society for Oneiric Mental Imagery Techniques / Est. 1968
ASEAN Association of Radiology / Est. 1986
Great Lakes International Imaging and Flow Cytometry Association / Est. 1992
International Association of Word and Image Studies / Est. 1987
Technical Image Press Association / Est. 1991
International Digital Imaging Association
European Society of Urological Imaging
International Society for Biophysics and Imaging of Skin / Est. 2006
Latin American Society on Breast Imaging / Est. 1983
Imaging and Perimetric Society / Est. 1974
Panafrikimage
Association of Image Consultants International / Est. 1990
ITS - Association of Imaging Technology and Sound / Est. 1986
European Integrated Network of Image and Services / Est. 1987
International Conference on Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart
International Visual Arts Information Network Limited / Est. 1989
Asian Society of Cardiovascular Imaging / Est. 2006
International Committee for Imaging Science / Est. 1962
Australasian Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging / Est. 1995
European Society for Molecular Imaging / Est. 2005

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World Problems relating to Imagery

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Social isolation of the elderly
Messianic image of leadership
Excessive portrayal of substance abuse in the media
Fear of future change
Depersonalization of responsibility
Negative stereotyping of majority world
Discrimination against women in religion
Short-term profit maximization
Dissatisfaction with personal image
Uninvolved transient residents
Low self esteem
Trauma of ageing women
Promotion of negative images of opponents
Breakdown in community security systems
Reinforced parochialism of internal values and images
Tensionless image of free choice
Disparagement of youth
Oppressive prevalent images
Reinforcement of self-image as a victim of circumstances
Inauthentic vocational dominance
Unimaginative vision of existing international economic structures
Limited image of employability
Deluding familial image of social responsibility
Parochial leadership posture
Demoralizing image of urban community identity

Action Strategies relating to Imagery

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Forging distinctive community identity
Creating desired futures
Disseminating favourable public image
Projecting significant community images
Empowering images with conscious belief
Expressing universal images
Countering exploitation of women's image
Developing imaging techniques
Developing imaging industry
Imaging Earth
Preserving propriety image of common law
Propelling new images of wealth
Reforming images
Communalizing global images
Disseminating global images
Fostering broader life images
Developing feasible industrial images
Communicating coherent images
Improving image of marriage partnership
Providing sufficient correspondence between basic value images and social reality
Expanding economic images
Increasing images of environmental protection
Teaching impacting global images
Developing youth vocational images
Reducing self-image

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