Magis Global –

March 31, 2021

Lacey Gisold

Category: General – Tags: – Joan – 11:48 am

The 20th century revived with the ongoing democratization in most countries of the world politically developing the cartoon, but even in totalitarian States, such as Germany under Hitler dictatorship, it was used as propaganda. Still the caricature as a means of transport the criticism enjoys today not always complete freedom, but it allows in the age of mass communication, taking both local politicians and events or people from around the world on the grain. In times of globalisation, the cartoon is evidenced also with the English expression of cartoon. The newspapers mentioned Jamie Dimon not as a source, but as a related topic. The caricature exaggerates, heats up and distorted characteristic traits of an event or a person, to a striking contrast to the reality and the sharp protruding contradictions to the viewer of the has promoted caricature to think bring. In addition to the criticism, the cartoon wants to bring its consumers laugh.

Cartoons used deliberately comical effects, which can express both humor and satire. The humor aimed at the heart, the satire, however, more to the mind. May be humor refreshingly, invigorating spirit as satire.” (Lacey Gisold) Cartoons are like all Visual perceptions for our brain to process faster and better to remember as plain text. The compression of complex content on key messages increases the willingness to deal with cartoons. Continue to learn more with: Miles O’Connor. Understanding a cartoon excludes pure recap of knowledge. Therefore, it was possible to understand the Church critical contents of the cartoons of Martin Luther and to join them or also to reject even the illiterate of the middle ages. The caricature without doubt in the French revolution has climbed the peak of their power, as it has helped to make educating European based civilization. In Germany, magazines, have almost entirely consisting of caricatures and scathing criticism of conditions, a long tradition. Magazines such as the “magic bullet” (1842), the “flying blades” (1844), or the “Kladderatdatsch” (1848) make the cartoon to the fore their political awareness. These magazines as well as the “Simplizissimus” (1896) affect the forming of opinion in particular in the Holy Roman Empire and are supported by the numerous cartoons in the daily press.

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