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In this text the work of Frederick Delius is presented in the context of English musical culture at the turn of the XIXth and XXth century. His life is also very interesting because he, as a composer of Dutch origin, became active among different cultures, English and French and more, he took his education in Germany. In my opinion, his music reveals the type of tone-painting due to fact of his method of treating music in the romantic mood and using technical procedures of that time. I managed...
Topics: Frederick Delius, English musical culture, romantic sensual impressionism.
The present paper is an attempt to study the violence and hostility in Khushwant Singh’s Train to Pakistan. To achieve the aim of the study, the violence and hostility which emerged from the partition of British India are evaluated by the parameters: Sikhs and Muslims, India and Pakistan, People and Government, Men and Women, and Peace and Conflict. How the partition affects the people of Mano-Majra? This has been evaluated through these parameters of the study. Here the study is an attempt...
Topics: violence, hostility, Sikhs, Muslims, India, Pakistan, consequences, Mano-Majra.
The African literature abounds with the rich contextual theories of post colonialism conglomerated by the genres of poetry, fiction, drama and pure theoretical works which breathed their life give synergy through the continent’s experience of brutal colonization. The heart of darkness is not heartless. The darkness does not pervade the inner core of humanity of the Dark Continent, it is darkness of the West masters which made them to see it with their blind eyes - for a blind man everything...
Topics: Decolonization, Empathy, nativity, the gap in the expression, mental servitude, The Subjugation,...
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This paper analyses the right to intimacy and love in the novels of Indian writer Manju Kapur, considering it as a strong dimension of Feminism. Being bold and audacious enough to break the barriers of orthodox prudery, Manju Kapur gives voice to the hitherto subdued feminism in Indian English fiction. The twenty first century fiction firmament has seen the rise of certain brilliant stalwarts like Khaled Husseini and Paulo Coelho but when it comes to Indian writing in English, we find Jhumpa...
Topics: Right to Intimacy, Manju Kapur.
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The aim of this paper is to show about the development of feelings, respect, discipline, honest are the essential requirement of all round personality development for learner through art education at secondary stage.
Topics: Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor, Attitude, Love, Value.
Many have categorized Jhumpa Lahiri’s oeuvre as the “immigrant genre”, in which the immigrants search for a location where they can feel at home in their new homeland. All her works explore this element of diaspora where there is a generational tension between immigrant parents and their children, clash of cultures, the conflicts of assimilation, and displacement in their new societies. The Lowland, to some part, deals with this usual immigrant experiences, but what sets the novel apart...
Topics: Personal, political, Naxalism, revolutionary.
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Western literature has its roots in ancient Greek and Roman cultures, and was greatly enriched during the predominance of Christianity. As the Greek, Roman, and Christian constituents of Western culture all originated in an area inhabited by peoples who speak 'Latin' languages, the cultures and literatures of those peoples have often been referred to as 'Latin'. Whatever meaning it may have, the term 'Latin' connotes the origins of Western culture. The literature of almost every nation-state of...
Topics: Naturalistic Novelist, Universal Sympathy, Naturalistic Approach
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This paper addresses the issue of career development needs of Moroccan university students. It argues that in a saturated and continuously changing labor market, be it private or public, Moroccan University graduates need to be informed and prepared for the newly required labor exigencies. To account for this situation, this study utilizes (SCCT) as a theoretical framework. It also deploys a quantitative approach. The findings of this study have it that Moroccan universities should grant more...
Topics: Career, Career development, University students, Morocco, Social Cognitive Career Theory,...
This article focuses on studying the savior as a concept from both sides linguistically and as an idea or philosophy. The study has tackled many beliefs and conventions reflected in different societies. The focus was on using such concept in the contemporary Iraqi novels and how the novelists employed it in conveying the concerns, hopes and aspirations of the ordinary man in the local areas of Baghdad under the invasion of the U.S. troops. The writers tend to use fantasy style to decrease or...
Topics: Savior, Frankenstein, Frankenstein in Baghdad, Shisma, 2003-War.
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 This work seeks to verify the extent to which the socio-economic, cultural and political context influences the entrepreneurial intention of young Tunisian students. Particular attention is paid to the fact that the unemployment rate of tertiary graduates is strongly influencing the dynamism of entrepreneurship, especially in the "marginalized" regions. To do this, a questionnaire survey was conducted to better identify the main obstacles to entrepreneurial development. It has been...
Topics: Entrepreneurial intention, Entrepreneurship, Graduates’ unemployment, Regional inequality,...
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Today, people feel that democratic values are in danger and so is the nation under threat. Across nations we find different systems of government which fundamentally take care of what lies in their geographical boundaries and the human lives living within it. The question is not about what the common-man feels and how they survive, but it is about their liberty and representation. There are various forms of government such as Monarchy, Republic, Unitary State, Tribalism, Feudalism, Communism,...
Topics: Buddhism, Democracy, Ambedkar, Humanism, Equality, Equity, Liberation.
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This study has the main objective that is, examining the concept of Existentialism in Naguib Mahfouz's novel "The Beggar". In it, Omer Al-Hamzawi, the protagonist of this novel, had chosen the death as an escape from the reality. Omer Al-Hamzawi was looking for the meaning of life and existence. This man who wants to evade his truth in search of new value renews the meaning he finds himself living a double he could not get rid of. This face of life did not die, but it is reflected in...
Topics: modern man, existential, predicament.
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In the light of Joumana Haddad’s I Killed Scheherazade: Confessions of an Angry Arab Woman, this paper aims to draw attention not only to the social identities and living conditions of today’s Arab women but also to their struggle against the male oppression and gender inequality existing in every field of daily life. The article discusses Haddad’s approach of metaphorically killing Scheherazade and possible alternatives. Throughout history women have been despised and made to live...
Topics: Anger, Arab Women, Identity, Patriarchy, Struggle.
In modern day scenario, State has evolved into nation-state. The sense of belonging to a particular nation makes a particular territory to be governed by a single state. To normalize the governance nation-state strives to create nationalist subject which will do anything but question the sovereignty of the state over the territory. And state’s blanket monopoly over the armed forces works as a deterrent for the rebel population. It uses different form of tactics to both exert power and govern....
Topics: Kashmir, The Half Mother, Violence, Nation-State, Resistance. Bio-politics.
This study was conducted to identify the feedback of the trainers from the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) where the student–trainees who were enrolled in the Internship Program of the College of Criminology undertook their On–the–Job Training. A total of one hundred thirteen (113) students were evaluated based on their performance in terms of their personal characteristics, attitude towards the job,...
Topics: criminology, jail, on-the-job training, Philippine National Police, trainers.
This study was conducted to determine the competencies of the Science teachers in teaching Science in the K to 12 curriculum in Palayan City District, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. The study found out that the respondents were very competent in teaching Science subjects in the K-12 curriculum. However, they need to improve on the following areas: in communicating effectively to parents, business industries and community to gain support to increase the learning of their students; in introducing...
Topics: Competencies, K to 12 curriculum, Science subjects, Teachers.
In 1833, a group of twenty-eight poor but intelligent weavers of Rochdale, England were said to have joined together to source for funds that enabled them to buy goods in bulk, thereby benefiting by cutting off the gain which the retailers would have made from them. This move is said to be the origin of co-operative societies. From their activities, the International Co-operative Alliance coined the seven principles which guide the activities of co-operative societies the world over. However,...
Topics: Umunna, Co-operative societies, Co-operative principles, Rochdale pioneers, Igbo proverbs.
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The main aim of this paper is to point out the skills as a tools for evaluation through arts help in teaching method. To evaluate the various art form teacher must have the knowledge of the different tools which are discussed in this paper: tools of drawing, tools of dance, drama tools, project, portfolios, checklist, rating scale display.
Topics: Evaluation, Tools of Arts, Skills.
Health Surveillance Workers for Mother and Child or Tenaga Surveilans Kesehatan (Gasurkes) KIA are mandated to decrease the number of maternal mortalities and increase the coverage for early detection of high-risk pregnancy. It was found that Gasurkes KIA can decline Maternal Mortality Rate and uplift the coverage for early detection of high-risk pregnancy in Semarang City. A good management practice may result in well-organized Gasurkes KIA. This study aimed to analyze the management of early...
Topics: Management, Gasurkes KIA, Coverage for Early Detection of High-Risk Pregnancy.
While many writers during the mid-twentieth-century focused on the ideality of the traditional family, Anne Tyler, in Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant, challenged such ideality by focusing on a family in which the father abandons his role as the breadwinner. Because the mother must then fulfill the duties assigned to the father and mother, the children grow up reflecting negatively on their childhood. The siblings’ perceptions of the past, however, stem from an inability to achieve the...
Topics: memory, time, past, future, homesick, traditional family.
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The much-eventful twentieth century is often termed as ‘the American Century’ due to the American pervasiveness in the global affairs. The Americanness is present through American arts, culture and literature written during the end of the 19th century to most part of the 20th century. The experience of two world wars, the cold war, the beginning of the nuclear arms race, the realisation of the struggle for national liberty by the colonised world and lack of socio-political consensus within...
Topics: Canon, Modern, Post-modern, American Literature, Jewish literature, Commonwealth literature, Genre,...
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For more than 300 years, Li Bai’s poems have been translated, introduced and disseminated in large quantities, which undoubtedly plays an important role in the out-going of Chinese culture. Based on the general historical context of the English translation of Li Bai’s poems and the collected data about his translations, this study analyses the characteristics of his English translation in different periods and sums up how Li Bai’s poems have claimed the world literary status.
Topics: Li Bai’s poems, English translation, characteristics, the world literary status.
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For nearly a century and half- from Fielding to the last of the great Victorians- The English novel swept along on a tide of creative energy which reached full power in Dickens’s careless vitality and exuberance. Dickens neglected form and style because his need for utterance was so urgent. Later novelists, George Meredith and Henry James among them, had less to say and could afford time to say it more carefully and when after 1914, creative energy became still less abundant, disproportionate...
Topics: Women Novelist, Novelists of Twentieth Century, Women novelists and Their Novels.
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Brahma is one of Emerson’s famous lyric poems, in which Emerson, assuming the role of Brahma, expresses his idea that human beings can perfect themselves morally and spiritually only through the realization of the Brahman. This article is a tentative study of the poem in terms of its artistic form and its connotation from the perspective of Transcendentalism.
Topics: Emerson, Brahma, Transcendentalism.
Digital Literacy Competence is not yet mastered by the people of Indonesia. Understanding of reading material and the ability to produce positive reading has not been successfully implemented. The purpose of the study was to analyze the influence of parental roles on digital literacy competencies of the students of the Faculty of Communication Sciences, Universitas Mercu Buana. The concept of Interpersonal Communication by DeVito (2013) was used in this study. The role of the family can be...
Topics: The Role of Families, Digital Literacy Competence, Audiences.
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This paper highlights the dramatic features of Abang Cultural dance, particularly in the areas of Costumes, Dance, Songs/Music, Symbols, and Gestures. The paper also examines the objectives via a general background study, a review of related scholarship and a descriptive detail of the theoretical framework upon which the work is hinged. The ethnographic research methodology was adopted for data collection during fieldwork. The findings of this enquiry concretize the idea that the Abang...
Topics: Efik, Dance, Culture, Indigenous Drama, Performance.
Abortion is the termination of pregnancy before the fetus can live outside the womb, namely the age of fewer than 20 weeks of gestational age with a fetal weight of fewer than 500 grams (The prevalence of spontaneous abortion throughout the world varies, but generally reaches 0.3%. Abortion rates among farmer’s exposure to pesticides are as much as 9%. Several studies report that women who have exposure to pesticides or work in the agricultural sector are at risk of spontaneous abortion. The...
Topics: spontaneous abortion incidence, history of pesticide exposure, Semarang.
The prevalence of cancers increased up to 53% from 2016 to 2018. Due to growing number of patients with cancer, palliative needs and end-of-life care also get increasing. Patients with cancer who received palliative care in 2017 were 3.42%. This shows that cancer patients are not fulfilled the needs during hospital treatment, and some oncology specialists still handle without consul to the palliative team. This study aims to evaluate of Palliative Care Implementation for patients with cancer at...
Topics: Evaluation, Palliative Care, Cancer.
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Ecological classroom teaching mode is a teaching situation that is people-oriented, student-centered and focuses on students’ personality development.The basic characteristics of ecological classroom are as follows: authenticity, nature and harmony; life, growth and wisdom;Integrity, openness and improvement.This paper discusses the construction of ecological classroom teaching model from three aspects: teacher-student relationship, student-student relationship and classroom teaching...
Topics: Ecological classroom, Teacher-student relationship, Student-student relation, Teaching environment,...
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Novel as a literary genre enjoyed the highest level of glory in the 18th century. The authors namely Defoe, Richardson, Fielding and Sterne contributed significantly to the development of English novel. They influenced the writers who came after them. The 18th century coincided with the industrial revolution which significantly contributed to the rise of the novel (with the invention of printing machine). The chain effects of industrial revolution improved people’s life and living standard....
Topics: Bunyan, Defoe, Epistolary novel, Fielding, Origin of the novel, Picaresque tradition, Rise of the...
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Ernest Hemingway, a famous American writer and Nobel Prize winner, is a great writer with deep ecological ethic. With the perspective of modern scientific ecological view, this paper try to prove that Hemingway embodied his strong ecological ethic in his famous work The Old Man and the Sea by analyzing the description of the old man Santiago’s simple life, the beauty of sea, Santiago’s unity with all the sea creatures and the love and respect of the sea creatures. It also points out that...
Topics: Hemingway, Santiago, Eco-ethic.
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The use of ‘ideology’ in the world of literature was only an art form limited to Marxism only. However, through the course of time we have extended the meaning and what it holds. Based on the context, by ideology we mean a set of beliefs that beliefs and values that an individual or a group holds purely related to their epistemological views. With ideology it is possible to unify the complex thoughts and processes which one carry for their society in order to form a community. First...
Topics: ideology, appropriation, culture, Ngugi.
This study dealt with the The Effect of Contextual Teaching and Learning Model through Writing Poetry Ability in Eight Grade Students of SMP Negeri 2 Garoga in Academic Year 2018/2019. The aims of this study are a) to determine the average poetry writing ability in Eight grade students of SMP Negeri 2 Garoga Academic Year 2018/2019 using the Contextual Teaching and Learning learning model.b) To determine the average ability to write poetry by eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 2 Garoga...
Topics: Constextual Teaching an Learning, Writing, Poetry.
One of the causes of anemia is the use of inappropriate pesticides. The body exposed to pesticides causes blood profile abnormalities because pesticides interfere with the organ of blood cell formation, and the immune system. Studies from all over the world have shown negative effects on health from pesticides commonly used in agricultural activities.The study aimed to analyze the correlation of pesticide exposure with the incidence of anemia in women farmers in the agricultural area of...
Topics: pesticides, women farmers, anemia, cholinesterase, blood profile.
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The article analyses the issue of using symbols of Mirror and Portrait in teaching Symbolism. The ideological-aesthetic unity and peculiarities of the symbol of Mirror present in O.Mukhtor’s “The Man at the Mirror”, symbol of Portrait in O.Wilde’s “The Picture of Dorian Gray” where the main message is greed where the devil’s play that would ruin a man’s moral character and finally his whole life are investigated in the article.
Topics: symbol, symbolism, portrait, mirror, reflection, inner-self, Aestheticism, The Picture of Dorian...
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This present study sought to identify the association between digital literacy and social intelligence. Samples were gathered from 60 undergraduate students studying in management program at a selected public university in Bangkok. A 14-item of Digital Literacy Awareness and a 21-item of Tromsø Social Intelligence Scale (TSIS) were utilized to evaluate level of digital literacy and social intelligence, respectively. Analysis of Pearson correlation analysis indicated that the overall digital...
Topics: Digital literacy, digital literacy awareness, Social intelligence.
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The Bloody Chamber is the first well received work of Angela Carter. Angela Carter, the feminist writer of twentieth century presents stories free from patriarchal influence. She has re-written the popular folk and fairy tales like Red Riding Hood, Blue Beard, Sleeping Beauty in feminist perspective. In the course of re-writing the tales, she alters the original plot to give an unexpected end. The Bloody Chamber and other short stories published in 1979 presents the modern feminist want for a...
Topics: “The Bloody Chamber”, Angela Carter
Harry Potter is a series written by J. K. Rowling which belongs to the fantasy literature genre. The series contains seven books, the first of which was published in 1997. Each of the Harry Potter stories has an independent plot. The story about an orphan boy. At one year of age, he loses his parents, who are murdered by the dark wizard. This study aims to investigate the factors behind the popularity of Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling as popular culture. To discover the main reasons driving the...
Topics: Harry Potter, J. K. Rowling, Popular Culture, Fantasy literature, Fantasy Genre.
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The fictions of Chinua Achebe, one of the most celebrated African writers, are indicatives of his concern for the changing African society and culture. Arrow of God, his third novel, traces the transitional pattern of human civilization in an Igboland in Southeastern Nigeria. By embedding the social, religious, political and cultural reality at the core of his novel, Achebe focuses on the succession of civilizations, of epochal cycles in which each civilization collapses and makes way for the...
Topics: Christianity, Displacement, Igbo, Nigeria, Religion.
The study was conducted to find out the learning styles of the 179 Grade 8 students as correlates of their academic achievement in mathematics. The student respondents were enrolled in Palayan City National High School in Nueva Ecija during S.Y. 2018-2019. The findings of the study showed that: the students’ average academic achievement was 87.4, which was interpreted as Approaching Proficiency (Satisfactory). In terms of learning styles, students were the mostly divergent type of learners....
Topics: Academic achievement, accomodator, assimilator, converger, diverger, learning styles.
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This study was conducted in the First Semester of AY 2018-2019 to discuss the challenges encountered by the teachers of a National High School in Licab, Nueva Ecija in doing action research. The study revealed that the main challenges encountered by the teachers were: insufficient training and seminar on research; heavy teaching loads; lack of clear role of teachers in the school to conduct research; and busy on personal life. The following recommendations are hereby laid out: the teachers...
Topics: Action research, addressing research incapability, Department of Education Teachers, research...
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The people of Agbarha-Otor in the Niger-Delta Region to be precise, Delta State, have a flourishing tradition of dirges which are yet to be subjected to critical literary scholarship. These funeral poems are subjected to critical evaluation anchored on a sociological framework with a tinge of formalistic analysis. The study unveils that the dirge form of Agbarha-Otor is a rich mine of artistic appurtenance in terms of the aesthetics of morality. This paper therefore, is an attempt at excavating...
Topics: Oral Literature, Agbarha-Otor, genre of poetry.
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 Every travel is a search for the exploration of the self. And black travels are no different. The paper is an attempt to explore the agonizing and tormenting journey of the blacks from Africa to the American mainland, where the effect of the travel on the blacks are given an extra emphasis. The historical taintedness of travel writing genre along with the intensity and the challenges of the black travel are deliberated here. The much celebrated slave narrative 12 Years a Slave cannot be just...
Topics: Black travel, discourse, identity, self, slave narrative, travel.
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 “The Intentional Fallacy” by Wimsatt and Beardsley is a beautifully carved masterpiece to formulate and analyze the conception of authorial intent in any literary or non-literary text. According to multiple perspective there are multiple argument related to presence and absence of authorial intent in understanding of any text. Amidst such turmoil Wimsatt and Beardsley tried to pacify this argument by citing various exemplars from Romantic and Modernist texts. In simple terms “authorial...
Topics: Beardsley, Hermeneutics, Intentional fallacy, Modernist, Oscar Wilde, Roland Barthes, Romantic, TS...
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Manju Kapur (born in Amritsar, India) is an Indian novelist. Her first novel, Difficult Daughters, won the 1999 Commonwealth Writers' Prize, best first book, Europe and South Asia. She teaches English at Delhi University under the name Manjul Kapur Dalmia. Difficult Daughters is a charming novel about educating daughters, and facing the consequences when they learn to think for themselves and begin to question the basic values of society. It is the old conflict again between the demands of...
Topics: Manju Kapur, Women Identity, novel.
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‘Putting the world on paper’ as travel writing can be simply defined, has been identified as a mode of colonialist discourse that reinforces European norms. As a genre, it provides insight into the fraught encounters and exchanges taking place between cultures, and the lives being led, and the subjectivities being formed, in a globalising world. With the spread of ‘postcolonial studies’, the academic interest in travel writing has increased dramatically. Postcolonial scholars sought to...
Topics: Postcolonial Travel, East/West, ‘Other’, Colonial Mimicry, Spiritual Confirmation.
Due to globalization the number of students who prefer studying in countries different from their home country has grown rapidly. International students change from members of majority to members in minority in the host country. Arthur (2004) indicated that foreign students face distinct difficulties when compared to local students. International students deal with a wide variety of transition issues and experience a lot of adjustment concerns. They have problems that are different, some in...
Topics: Psycho-education, support group, foreign students.
Indonesian Pinup Community, commonly known as Indopinups, is a community for women who love Pinup Lifestyle. In their daily lives, Indopinups community members always wear the regional clothing, makeup and vintage hairstyles (an old American culture). This study aims to determine the motives, the meaning of lifestyle and communication behavior of Indopinups community members. The related theories were Alfred Schutz phenomenology theory and Herbert Mead's symbolic interaction theory. This study...
Topics: Pin up community, Community identity, Lifestyle, Vintage.
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Food is a basic need for every human being. Reports stated that the urban poor are deprived for the basic food and many people in urban areas are malnourished and become baggers due to hungry, poverty and lack of food. To solve this problem, Government of Andhra Pradesh has introduced NTR Anna Canteens Scheme in Andhra Pradesh in July 2018 to provide the ready food at subsidised price to the urban poor. These canteens provide the breakfast, lunch and dinner to the urban poor at its premises. It...
Topics: NTR Anna Canteens, Urban Poor, Amma Canteen.
The word ‘nation’ acquires a very different meaning in Rabindranath Tagore. Time and again, in his literary writings, essays and lectures, particularly those delivered in Japan, which were later compiled in an anthology titled Nationalism, his idea of a ‘nation’ has explicitly emerged as that of a necessarily lifeless, mechanical entity, an ‘organization’ of politics and commerce, borrowed primarily from the imperial West. It is essentially non-oriental, non-native or non-Indian....
Topics: nation, Nation, nationalism, society, power, unity, humanity.
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Ecofeminists investigate the joint abuse of women and nature, and urge people to give more consideration to the inexorably pulverized condition of women and nature. In the perspective of ecofeminists, patriarchy is the main driver of women persecution just as the nature abuse. Woolf, Lessing and Roy have an identical pursuit with that of ecofeminism. With themes consistent with those of ecofeminists, they attempt to explore the universal relationship between degrading female and nature, and...
Topics: ecofeminism, ecological consciousness, disadvantaged race, women.
The House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR RI) has made changes, adjustments to communication, governance and bureaucratic reform in an effort to become a Modern Parliament. Changes made need to be understood by all the stakeholders, so that problems do not arise in daily activities in carrying out their duties and functions. This study aims to map the stakeholders from the DPR RI and analyze the management of stakeholder relations conducted by the Indonesian Parliament in...
Topics: Stakeholder Management, the House of Representatives, Modern Parliament, Good Government Governance.
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This study discussedd the behavior of syntactic arguments in the Malay Language Dialect Panai (MLDP) subordinate clause structure using the syntactic typology approach. The purpose of this study was to determine the subordinate clause function in the MLDP sentence and describe whether based on its subordinate clause, the MLDP is classified as Accusative or Ergative. The data collection technique is used by referring, recording, and recording techniques. Data analyzed was oral data obtained from...
Topics: Subordinate, Clause, Panai, Language.
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The study aimed to carry out a semiotic analysis on a text of an English song lyric, which was limited airtime by the West Java Branch of the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission due to sexual content. The elements of eroticism in the song lyric were analyzed by using Barthes’ semiotic theory, particularly the concepts of denotation, connotation, and myth. The research employs a qualitative method with a descriptive technique. The study shows that the lyric tends to show the implicit sexual...
Topics: eroticism, myth, pornography, semiotics, song lyrics.
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The role of social media plays a big part in racial discrimination. It also plays a big role in the way in which victims of racism voice their opinions and change cultural and historical views around the globe. Through a literature microscope, the art in the twenty-first century has been tackling the barriers put on indigenous black art and black voices. This type of art entails movies, songs and social media platforms to upbring those discriminated against. Millennials have been using art...
Topics: Historical art, Literature, Millennial Art, Negritude, Racism.
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Body language plays a very important role in English teaching. Teacher's high spiritual status, humorous speech, vivid expressions, and visual gestures are all impressive. It can strengthen the effect of verbal education, build up a good and harmonious relationship between teachers and students. So the students are able to acquire knowledge in an easy and pleasant atmosphere; What's more, it can keep the classroom in order and enhance teaching efficiency. The younger learners need more...
Topics: body language, English teaching;nonverbal communication.
"Is this a garden or a cemetery? I want a garden. I need a garden. How proud I am to be Cuban! How terrified I am to be Cuban!" declares Yocandra in Zoé Valdés’s Yocandra in the Paradise of NADA. In this essay, I interrogate the revolutionary contradictions inscribed on female sexualized bodies showing how women’s histories are registered in their scars, each scar representing a historical marker in the body’s memory of lived experience. Moreover, I examine how Valdés’s...
Topics: Cuba, Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, Zoé Valdés, sexual violence, Yocandra in the Paradise of...
This study was conducted at the Institute of Business, Accountancy and Entrepreneurship of Kalinga-Apayao State College, Dagupan Campus The respondents of the study are sixty one (61) students who are enrollees of Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship for the first semester of the school year 2015-2016. The researcher made use of a descriptive survey using Learning Styles questionnaire to identify the Learning Styles preferences of the respondents...The study found out that the Learning Style...
Topics: Learning Styles, Entrepreneurship, Chemistry activities.
This study focused on the assessment of the socioeconomic status and analysis of the financial and social services of the four(4) selected cooperatives in Tabuk City, Kalinga, Philippines. The descriptive and empirical method was used in the study . The extracted data included the following indicators of the Cooperatives’ financial reports such as the following: Assets, Deposits, and Loans, Net Surplus, Dividends and Patronage refunds.It also conducted a survey from the selected 300...
Topics: Cooperatives, Socioeconomic Status, Deposits, Economic Benefits, Social Contribution.
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The role initiated by Papuan women in providing balance and survival can in fact be realized by caring for others. This study aims at describing the role of Papuan women in Isinga and Namaku Teweraut. This research method uses content analysis with a feminist literary approach. The data is obtained using literature and interviews. The results of this study indicate that by managing the potential in women it will be able to anchor the nation's rank, improve the fulfillment of the needs and...
Topics: the value of feminism, Isinga novel, Papua.
 Literature in its various narrative forms (e.g. novel, legend etc.) reflects human society and culture, of which the latter comprising a whole complex of human behavior learned by people, can and is inherited across generations. One of these cultural traditions is the use of medicinal plants as cure for sicknesses which finds documentation in literary works among early Filipinos and carry the belief up to the present time. Using the four narratives consisting of three full -length novels and...
Topics: Filipino literary genres, medicinal plants, cultural tradition.
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Over the decades, the process of communication within human kind has become inevitable. The process of synchronizing information transmits and received is a little more complex due to the disruption called miscommunication. Miscommunication could happen from misinterpretation in the meaning intended by the sender. Misinterpretation can be caused due to psychological noise that occurs during communication process. Psychological noise could refer to biases, prejudices and feelings that interfere...
Topics: Bias perception, psychological noise, gestalt principle, peirce’s semiotic, nocturnal animals.
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Feminism is a popular terms dealing with inequality, gender, sex, education, cultural, unfair, legal, law, economy, empowerment of female against male. The women movements are the action for women to be able to speak for themselves. Many women write literatures to express their thought of feminism to inform and educate readers about the inequality. Then, the focus of this research is to find out the women movements’ perspectives on Fifty Shades Trilogy to make reader realize the substantial...
Topics: Fifty shades of Grey, Feminism, Seven Demands of Women Movements.
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This study concerned on the analysis of theme viewed from the portrayal of the main character in Arthur Golden’s Memoirs of a Geisha. This study used library research as the methodology and obtained the primary data from the novel, while the supporting data obtained from books and internet sources. The result showed the theme in Memoirs of a Geisha was about achieving a goal, to achieve one’s goal, one has to struggle. This was portrayed in 4 characteristics of the main character, Sayuri,...
Topics: Theme, characterization, struggle, goal.
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This article will explore one of Percy Bysshe Shelley's posthumous poems, Shelley's "Music, When Soft Voices Die" (1824). Although some assert this verse is one of Shelley's most anthologized and powerful of the young poet's verse, I believe the verse does not entice a great deal of scholarly appreciation, perhaps, because of its length, and; possibly, because some may find the poet's topic of perseverance of memories, events, and sensations to be too ordinary. This commentary makes a...
Topics: horizon, punctuation, ditty, lyrical, Shelley, music, optimistic, pessimistic, romantic, Eternity,...
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As a major literary trend in India through Indian regional languages and translations. Dalit literature is marked for self-assertion of Dalits, subalterns, lower strata of Indian caste-class-religion-language-capital ridden society through poetry, plays, short stories, self-narratives, and oral performances challenging inhuman treatment, atrocities, inequality, and the so-called mainstream literary and critical conventions. Dalit literature is emerged as an outcome of the exploitative nature of...
Topics: Dalit, Dalit consciousness, identity, ideology, caste system.
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Walden is the representative work of Henry David Thoreau, the most influential transcendentalist writer in the United States in the 19th century. The paper discusses the relationship between man and nature from the perspectives of ecological philosophy, anti-anthropocentrism and the inner spiritual ecological connotation of man. It points out that nature can endow people with the elements of inner beauty, and her unspeakable purity and kindness always endow people with health and joy; human...
Topics: Thoreau, Walden, Ecological philosophy.
Nowadays in Vietnam English is a compulsory subject for all students at tertiary level. Students are required to be able to use the language well after graduation. However, it is not really easy for all of them to meet the requirements and expectations of both institutions and society. Although most of them may be motivated in learning English, many factors may affect their learning. The major aim of this study was to investigate the factors that demotivate the students in learning English as a...
Topics: tertiary level, demotivating factors, English learning, strategies.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles is one of Thomas Hardy's most famous tragic novels, in which he gives a vivid description of a tragic story about a very pretty rural girl who is seduced by one man , deserted by the other and convicted to be hanged for stabbing the former in order to get the true love from the latter. Thomas Hardy is very good at looking at life in a tragic way and describing the human suffering in the tragic sentiment and a unique manner. In the novel, Thomas Hardy tries his ways to...
Topics: Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Tragic Consciousness, Structure, foreshadowing, symbolism.
Background: Accumulating evidence showed that the bad occupancy rate at the Dr. Loekmonohadi General Hospital, Kudus dropped to 75.06% in 2018. Interestingly, the value of the bad occupancy rate is much lower than in the previous two years. The elderly patient visitation data in 2018 also decreased (10,503 patients) compared to 2017. Importantly, the doctor in charge had the task to implement service standards, clinical pathways, commitments, and improving their performance optimally. This...
Topics: Clinical pathways, commitment, performance, hospital.
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The aim of this paper is to discuss about grammatical relation in Batak Toba language. The problem will be discussed is word order, case marking, and semantic role in Batak Toba language. Therefore, the purpose of the paper is to determine the relation of grammatical in Batak Toba language, and it is observed from word order, case marking, and semantic role. Data collection is take from written language and spoken. The result of discussion to point out that the word order in Batak Toba language...
Topics: Grammatical Roles and Relations, Batak Toba Language, Typology Study.
The Company's involvement in continuously providing the additional value to the environment in which the Company operates is a necessity and a commitment that needs to be maintained. Thus, the Company can be a trusted partner for many parties, especially for the community and government in developing the environment and people.In line with this, the Company must encourage the realization ofquality of life ehancement, through the development of programs that support sustainable development...
Topics: CSR, Triple Bottom Line, &local food processing.
With the continuous development of e-commerce in China, more and more attention has been paid to modern logistics. The competition in the new era is not only in the fields of technology, cost and management, but also in the comprehensive competition of supply chain. The traditional warehouse management system is mainly completed by human resources, which consumes a lot of manpower and material resources and has low efficiency. It can no longer meet the needs of the development of modern...
Topics: RFID technology, intelligent, warehousing, logistics, digitalization.
Advertising is a consequential means of mass communication. Advertising practices are meticulously planned to impact on the public’s taste for distinct products or services. The influence of advertising on the public is not without danger. This study aims to assess the sex-role portrays of women in Moroccan print advertisements. Four hypothesises are made about the under-representations of women in Moroccan print advertising. The data were obtained from five Moroccan magazines issued in May,...
Topics: Morocco, gender, advertising, representations of women, stereotypes, magazines.
For the young adolescent girls, the home was a model of feminine values, morals and ideals that they imbibed by observing and understanding the separate gender-based roles and responsibilities of their parents. Conformity to social norms distinguished an angelic woman from a fallen woman. In the nineteenth century Victorian Era, child grooming and rearing was different from its predecessors depending on the differences in classes. This paper compares Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility with...
Topics: Nineteenth century, Jane Austen, Louisa May Alcott, Rose In Bloom, Sense and Sensibility and...
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For a long time, the heavy burden of homework of primary and middle school students in China has been perplexing people in all walks of life especially the parents of children. This paper aims to analyze the influence of heavy homework burden on children's physical and mental health, academic development and relationship between school and home, and the causes of these effects. It is hoped that this paper can arouse the attention of primary and secondary school teachers who can take...
Topics: Primary and secondary school, Schoolchildren, Homework, Physical and mental health.
The study evaluated the listening skills of college freshmen of the Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology based on the five stages of listening with the use of descriptive-correlational research. The researcher found out that most respondents, regardless of their profile, use their listening skill in listening to Tagalog music during the day through a medium (mostly mobile phones) accessible to them at all times. However, most respondents have only an average listening skill proved...
Topics: English language, evaluating, listening skills, receiving, remembering, responding and...
Human life at one stage may not be as perfect as the other stages, Likewise, the life of Freddie Mercury, a legendary musician who is part of the Queen music band whose songs have been worldwide since the 1970’s and are still widely known today, may experience the same. This research discusses Freddie Mercury's inner conflict through two of his songs, namely "Love of My Life" and "Bohemian Rhapsody". Theory of genetic structuralism with an approach from the author's side,...
Topics: gay theory, genetic structuralism, ide-ego-superego, inner conflict, song.
The purpose of the research is to assess the level of quality perceived by users based on a "SERVQUAL Model" scale of the Social Energy Inclusion Fund (FISE) program implemented by the State in the Puno region. Method: a mixed study was carried out (quantitative - qualitative); of correlational descriptive type, in the Puno region of Peru. The statistical method SPSS v. 22, was used for processing, data processing and scientific tests. The materials used are documentary, electronic...
Topics: Quality, components, perception, services and satisfaction.
The study of English language in this age of globalization is essential because English has become global language today. Therefore, to learn and to write in English is an utter need of present time. It is also pertinent to see that all original knowledge of every subject like- Science, Social Sciences- as Political Science, Economics and Arts lies in English language only. If one wants to learn the above subjects he must learn English language. Lord Macaulay in his ‘Minute on Indian...
Topics: Poile Sengupta, English Language, Keats.
This phenomenon becomes more evident because traders who sell in the Manonda Market in Palu, consist of several different ethnic groups. The study aimed to describe and elaborate the communication behavior of sellers to prospective buyers, analyze variations in speech acts and meanings caused by variations in speech acts expressed by sellers to prospective buyers. A number of nine informants were involved in this study consisting of types of vegetable sellers, cloth sellers, clothing, fish...
Topics: communication behavior, seller community, traditional market.
This study aims to analyze the meaning and symbols in the political party's advertising on Indonesian television. Towards the presidential election, political parties use advertising as a means of marketing communication. As the form of persuasive information, the Perindo Party's television advertisement was analyzed by using Charles Sanders Pierce's Triangle of Meaning for the semiotic method. According to Pierce, the signs in the picture can be classified into the types of signs in semiotics....
Topics: advertisement, semiotics, political ideology.
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The Rhodora is Emerson’s shortest and favorite poem, in which Emerson presents a very vivid depiction of the obscure rhodora and shows his great esteem for it. In Emerson’s eyes, the rhodora as a natural object represents nature in its entirety. It is converted into spirit and thought, and is always educating humans. This article is a tentative analysis of the poem in terms of its artistic form and Emerson’s conception of nature embodied in it in order to provide a new perspective for the...
Topics: Emerson, The Rhodora, conception of nature.
The historical data of industrial value added and industrial pollution control investment in sample area of Shandong Province from 2005 to 2018 were selected as the measurement samples, and the long-term investment in industrial added value and industrial pollution control was tested by co-integration test, error correction model and Granger causality test. Equilibrium relationships and short-term dynamic effects are studied. The results show that the investment amount of industrial pollution...
Topics: industrial development, industrial pollution, co-integration test, Granger causality.
Bewildered by the wave of terror and on-going political corruption in Iraq, one feels compelled to dig deeper into the history of prosperous nations in an attempt to help eliminate the loss of time and human souls. In this endeavour, the study finds out that the current bleak circumstances in Iraq look in so many ways like the bloody events and widespread corruption during the 19th Century in the States, specifically in the Age of Common Man and the Gilded Age. Bleak ages, were eventually...
Topics: Gilded Age, Age of Terror, Mankind, Iraq, United States.
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This paper analyzes the differences as well as similarities between Pinter’s “One for the Road” and Abd Sabur‘s “Night Traveller” that deal with the theme of suppression within the critical framework of the “Theatre of the Absurd”. I argue in my present research that the two plays named above are necessarily oppressive, enriched with an oppressor-oppressed dynamic. In such cases, the suppressor uses all available resources to keep the oppressed quiet. Nonetheless, if both plays...
Topics: oppression, Theatre of the Absurd, oppressor, oppressed, psychological, political.
Science fiction is a tale of futurity which narrates the unique world of science and technology foregrounding the human element in the text. Philip Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1963) is a science fiction on postwar nuclear communities on earth caught in the quagmire of techno andys. The study analyses how science and technology acts as a metaphor in the text for narrating the impact of technology on humanity. It utilizes the concept of Novum as a broad framework and takes into...
Topics: Nova, Structural Fabulation, Cognitive Estrangement, Imaginative Difference, Kipple.
A growing quest in the mind of man today is to establish a balance equation between his activities and the available freshwater. Trillion of dollars have been spent worldwide to reduce water shortages, but governments and stakeholders ubiquitously have failed to empower the city dwellers and to ambush the challenges to pipe borne water supply. In many parts of developing countries including Cameroon, population growth, urbanization and water demands are rising rapidly, whereas water...
Topics: Water supply, water management, urban area, water availability and accessibility, Buea municipality.
The present research study is an analysis of Zulfikar Ghose’ poetry who is Pakistani poet writing in English. The researcher aims at analyzing his collection of poetry 50 Poems: Selected and New Poems in the light of Michael Foucault’s Biopower theory. Ghose’ collections of poetry are embedded with the elements of Diaspora, exile, alienation, loneliness, strangeness and search as well as quest for his own identity and cultural values. The study has investigated the language phenomenon of...
Topics: Power, Biopower, Diaspora and Identity crisis, Pakistani Literature.
The empowerment model has been increasingly known by the Indonesian people in the context of national development since the 1990s. This empowerment model is often considered as a manifestation of a community-centered development paradigm, because with this empowerment model, the community gets the highest possible chance to participate in development activities. The development approach using the empowerment model is a reaction from the previous development approach which tends to be...
Topics: Empowerment model, traditional fishermen.
Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus has kept on catching the consideration of modern and postmodern pundits. For a very long while Faustian commentators are isolated between those two who see the play reflecting intense and steady religious standpoint, and the individuals who see the play as antireligious. This sharp resistance between the standard and heterodox perspectives partially mirrors the clashed life of the writer himself, who started his concise adulthood as a philosophy student and finished...
Topics: Nafs, Ilham, Waswasa, Repentance, Salvation.
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The purpose of this research is to examine the relationship between culture and religion on the other hand family and religion. A quantitative method used to analyses the present research. Multiple regression analysis used in this study, as seen in table (6), the coefficients analysis shows the B value for culture = .884> 0.01, which supported the first research hypothesis which stated that there is a significant and positive relationship between culture and religious beliefs of...
Topics: Cultural factor, Social factor, Religious beliefs of learners.
The study is conducted to investigate Bapsi Sidhwa’snovel The Pakistani Bride in order to explore that howmany kinds ofdefense mechanisms are used by the characters to evaluate the consequences of these defense mechanisms. Sigmund Freud’s defense mechanism theory is used to sort out the answers of these questions. The research discloses that both novels in characters use defense mechanism and they show moral anxiety due to family background and society. The research finds out that Ziatoon...
Topics: Defense mechanism, Bapsi Sidhwa, Ziatoon, self-amendment, moral anxiety.
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This study aimed to help senior high school students achieve deftness in writing in terms of grammatical correctness. Likewise, this study sought to find out the common journal errors of the students with the hope of designing instructional modules to improve the students’ written ability. Error analysis method was used in this study. The journal entries of the total population of students enrolled in Reading and Writing classes served as the sources of data. The common errors in the areas of...
Topics: Journal Writing Error, High School.
The present paper is an attempt to compare the Anekantvada of Jainism and Korzybski’s concept of transdisciplinary approach and its contemporary relevance. The paper is divided into two sections. The first section analyzes the philosophy of Anekantvada and second section evaluates Korzybski ‘s views about trans disciplinary approach and make the comparative study of both the concepts.
Topics: Anekantvada, transdisciplinary approach.
The study wanted to determine the differences in work motivation and job satisfaction of male and female teachers and to determine the relationship between work motivation and job satisfaction. To carry out such purpose, related literatures and studies were reviewed to support the theory of the study and proper methodology was followed. The study used descriptive correlational method of research design and aided by fact finding inquiry. The population of the study were 263 teachers. of basic...
Topics: Gender differences, work motivation, job satisfaction.
The present paper mainly discusses the characterization of Mathilde Loisel in Albert Guy de Maupassant’s “the Necklace” or "The Diamond Necklace”, a short story originally published on February 17, 1884 with an original title: "La Parure". Story takes place in France, during the 1800s, and focuses on the lives of the Loisel family. During that time period, life was hard for the majority of people, who lived primarily in working-class households. Madame Mathilde Loisel, is...
Topics: Debt, Life, Mathilde, Maupassant, Necklace.
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 A large amount of feminist writing deals with different aspects of subordination of women and about the political rights for women. Feminist like Karla Marx and his voice for those women’s who are under the control of men. That the main thing of these type of writers who portrait how women’s will get equal rights in this world.
Topics: Subordination, Political, Equal, Portrait.
Women are like a fortress to the culture of India. These women, who are supposed to be the protectors of the wealth of Indian culture, it is the women, who gave birth to great people that earned fame across the world. It is the women, who struggled a lot to lead her life with virtues. 21st century woman proved herself in all the fields. She maintains a home and manages an office. She is the very embodiment of love, care, honesty and chastity. This is the greatness of a woman. But the portrayal...
Topics: Anti-social elements in TV Serials, Telugu Drama, Godavari Districts women.
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With the transitions from traditional print literacies to online multiliteracies around the world, digital learning is increasingly influencing language teaching and learning. An increasing number of students are responding more easily to interactive digital media or to digital compositions of image and sounds than they do to the traditional classrooms and texts. There is increasing pressure from teachers and learners to develop skills and knowledge needed in a digital age, and adopt new models...
Topics: language learning, digital classrooms, teaching strategies, classroom management, new technologies.