Advances in Humanities Research (AHR) is an international peer reviewed journal which publishes only original articles from a wide variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning humanities issues. The journal aims to improve the human condition by providing a public forum for discussion and debate about linguistics, literature, art, history and philosophy issues. The journal publishes articles that are research-oriented and welcomes empirical and theoretical articles concerning micro, meso, and macro phenomena. Manuscripts that are suitable for publication in the AHR cover domains on various perspectives of linguistics, literature, art, history, philosophy and their impact on individuals, businesses and society.
Domestic cats are common pets in today's society and have received love from people all over the world. In world history, there are so many records of domestic cats in various cultures. During the long domestication history, the role and status of the domestic cat in human society have changed a lot and many literary and artistic works have been done for it. Among the various records, Ancient Egypt and China are both characterized by early domestication origins and rich historical records. At the same time, despite the similarities in the role played by the domestic cat in both cultures, there are many differences. These differences, similarities, and concrete reasons not only reflect the many historical similarities and differences between the two cultures, but also reflect the influence of different social contexts on the domestication process of animals, which is a topic worthy of discussion in anthropology, sociology, and genetics.
The background music in film and television works plays an irreplaceable role in revealing the theme of film and television drama, rendering the atmosphere of film and television drama, deepening the depiction of characters and the expression of emotions and emotions. This paper gives a comprehensive introduction to the development logic and emotional context of the film Changjin Lake. And the film long jin lake appear impressive score plot and theme and episode is analyzed, aimed at the analysis of theme, background music, episode, explore its important role in the movie over and over to excavate the scene of the movie music connotation and the key to the background music for the film and the shaping of image.
Animation has become one of the emerging forms of cultural communication due to the advantage of exceptional creativity and expressiveness. Rick and Morty, as a phenomenon-level animation conveys the profundity philosophical thinking of social problems by absurd painting imagination. Especially in the discussion of the two sensitive topics of death and sex which correspond to the French philosopher Sartre's Existentialism. This paper aims to analyze the two topics of death and sex in Rick and Morty by Sartre's Existentialism. The topic of death will be based on Sartre's discussions of two body cognitions and deprivation, and analyze the definition of death limit from combining with the background of science development. In the topic of sex, the paper will have the discussions of Physiological level and Psychological level to divide into sexual organs, sexual desire and sexual relations to analyzed the symbol of sex from a philosophical perspective. This article hopes to use Existentialism perspective to open a new angle for the study of Rick and Morty. It will take deep thinking on the two major themes of death and sex by philosophical analysis and interpretation, and also through the sexual symbol to discuss sexual culture and female standing to promote cultural exchange.
Edward Said’s Orientalism reveals the functionality of the oriental in Western culture that “the idea of European identity as a superior one in comparison with all the non-European peoples and cultures. There is in addition the hegemony of European ideas about the Orient, themselves reiterating European superiority over Oriental backwardness” This idea can largely apply to the Hollywood films made in the Middle East. The representations on the orientals are extremely similar and biased. This paper aims to use The Hurt Locker (Kathryn Bigelow, 2008) and American Sniper (Clint Eastwood, 2014) to demonstrate that the East is artificially instructed by the West through unfolding the processes of othering.