Research Questions and 5 Secondary Sources for my Panel

Research Question Brainstorming

Who is Gil Scott-Heron?

Panel for Gil Scott-Heron

“Website by The Record”(National Public Radio)
“Rolling Stone” Article
“CNN” Article 
From research,”The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” is his most famous work. Why is this his most famous work and why did he make it?

His work is known to be “politically charged”, this is related to the activist lettering in the other panels.

Gil Scott-Heron’s Life as an Activist?

First Citation: Broadening the Contours of in the Study of Black Politics

How was Gil Scott Heron Politically Involved?

Gil Scott-Heron: Pieces of a man book 


Thick Description Introduction and Example

Primary source: Data authors generate themselves

Secondary Source: Reporting someone’s point f view about data already generated

The definition from Cognitive Edge: “Geertz described the practice of thick description as a way of providing cultural context and meaning that people place on actions, words, things, etc. Thick descriptions provide enough context so that a person outside the culture can make meaning of the behavior.”

Objective: Black and white picture, what appears to be a stone wall is in the background with wires and a shelf containing coffee mugs.  Styrofoam cups and a rate schedule showing the dollar values of answers with a side note saying “dumb looks are still free”. Health inspection rating score of a 89. A sassy picture with a zebra letting customers know that “this is not burger king and you will not have it your way” A lady, with a t-shirt and hair up, looking as if someone had just yelled her name and gotten her attention.

The picture