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A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representing a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture
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cartoon

Medical communication A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representation of a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture. Cf 'Nettergram. '.
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So what makes Weyant's study of digital cartooning as a journalist necessity vital at this point in time?
In defense of satire and cartooning, Barajas maintains that the fundamental principle of cartooning is simple, that the fear of ridicule will modify the subject's behaviour in question, or persuade the subject to change.
A: Editorial cartooning is a negative art form: criticizing, satirizing, making fun of authority.
Two of the participating cartoonists -- Joel Pett of the Lexington Herald-Leader and Clay Bennett of The Christian Science Monitor -- lamented the decline of editorial cartooning in America.
Like Auth, Borgman is not sure familiar imagery is so much the problem as is similar drawing styles in American cartooning. "I keep looking for the renaissance in the profession," Borgman says.
Reality appears here as a piece of cartooning, just a httle material thing that happens, and happens in Johns' sight.
The Pulitzer, the nation's most important cartooning prize, has never been awarded to a local cartoon.
Nelson, Cartooning (Chicago: Henry Regenery Company, 1975) p.
Berryman, you have the real artist's ability to combine great cleverness and keen truthfulness with entire freedom from malice." Berryman's exceptional work earned him the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in 1944.
If cartooning and caricature are of interest to your students, or are a part of your curriculum, either of these two recent publications should provide meaningful information about the cartooning field.
After all, this year's Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning went to Mark Fiore, who self-syndicates his weekly animated editorial cartoons to clients such as San Francisco area news site SFGate.com and NPR.org.