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CartoonING

Opinions and Perspectives

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Student Opinion
Student Opinion is expressed in the newspaper through the lead editorial (editorial proper), columns, letters to the editor, and editorial cartoons.

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Editorial Cartoon
An editorial cartoon is an editorial page illustration expressing opinion and interpretation. The word cartoon is derived from two words:

CARRICATURE and LAMPOON.


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Editorial Cartoon
A caricature is an exaggerated description, generally by sketching. It is a pictorial representation of a person or thing in which a defect or peculiarity is exaggerated so as to produce a ludicrous effect. A lampoon, on the other hand, is a piece of malicious writing, a personal written satire that attacks and ridicules.

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Purpose
Inform Influence Entertain
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Qualities of an effective Editorial Cartoon


It should appeal to the readers sense of humor in order to persuade him to accept an opinion. It is an effective social force.

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Qualities of an effective Editorial Cartoon


It should deal with only a single idea. The typical cartoon is about political and social conditions and problems.

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Qualities of an effective Editorial Cartoon


It uses limited number of words. Remember: A good cartoon, like a good picture, is worth 10,000 words.

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Qualities of an effective Editorial Cartoon


It is symbolic.
Remember: Use universal symbols.

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Qualities of an effective Editorial Cartoon


It is ORIGINAL.
Remember: DONT PLAGIARIZE.

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Qualities of an effective Editorial Cartoon


It is Ethical.
Remember:
A cartoon should not defame or expose a person or object to hatred, ridicule, or contempt.
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Editorial Cartoon
Some cartoons are good-natured and humorous; others are serious and sophisticated.

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Types of Editorial Cartoon


Inspirational Satirical Correctional

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Campus cartoonists should ask themselves the following questions:


Will the cartoon hurt someone? Is it over-exagerrated? Is the cartoon decent? Is the cartoon corny? Is it a fresh idea?

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Evaluate the following cartoons

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Draw the following (LATER)


Illegal mining in Davao Oriental Garbage problems in the campus Drug abuse Global warming Campus Journalism: a catalyst for change

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