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Ja's Metaphor of Research

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Ja's metaphor is a prism

Ja's metaphor is a prism


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  • 1. METAPHOR OF RESEARCH Cueto, Jarmayne G. Section 1
  • 2. PRISM©ashwiipoo.deviantart.com
  • 3. PRISM If research were a thing, it would be a prism. Research allows us to look closer into what something really is. Just like what prism does to white light to reveal the different colors,research lets us see that there is something more to discover and have a better understanding of how, what, and why things are the way they are.
  • 4. WHITE “The first of all single colors is white ... We shall set down white for the representativeof light, without which no color can be seen; yellow for the earth; green for water; blue for air; red for fire; and black for total darkness.” - Leonardo Da Vinci
  • 5. WHITE If research were a color, it would be white. In reference to what Da Vinci had said, white isthe representative of light. Research is just like that. Through research, we learn more and discover more about the world around us.
  • 6. SOURCESSmith, K. 2012. All About The Color White. Retrieved from:http://www.sensationalcolor.com/color-messages-meanings/color-meaning-symbolism-psychology/all-about-the-color-white.htmlSuydam, A. 2012. Dark Side of the Moon Cover. RetrievedNovember 18, 2012 from:http://ashwiipoo.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=24#/d3al56o,