The Spaces between Stars by Geeta Kothari: An interpretation based on Hindusism
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Hinduism is one of the oldest religions of the world. It evolved in the Indian subcontinent over 5000 years ago and has a rich body of literature. Unlike monotheistic religions such as Christianity or Islam, Hinduism is polytheistic, with thousands of deities and gods being worshipped. Even in terms of ethnography and culture there is […]

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Hinduism Interpretation Karma Religion Stars
Feminist interpretation of Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
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Feminism is commonly understood to be the women’s movement for political, social, educational and economic equality with men. While the United States and Europe have been the geo-political arenas for feminist ideas, the rest of the world is also catching up. Feminist issues range from “access to employment, education, child care, contraception, and abortion, to […]

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Feminism Gender equality Interpretation Women'S Rights
Interpretation of Gertrude in Hamlet
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The character of Gertrude, Hamlet’s mother, posted a lot of problems in the interpretation for readers, critics and artists and was often considered a symbol of the harlot, the object of Oedipus complex in Hamlet, is an example of women’s subservience to man (Hamlet and Claudius). Rebecca Smith in his essay “A Heart Cleft in […]

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Hamlet Interpretation Revenge
Communication in Seinfeld
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A linguistic analysis of humor: A look at Seinfeld Elizabeth Magnotta and Alexandra Strohl University of Montana Using the Incongruity Theory of humor (Attardo, 2001; Morreall, 1983; Schwarz, 2010) and the Interactional Sociolinguisitic Methodology of discourse analysis, we examine the incongruous elements, such as moral short-comings, ignorance, and impersonation used in Seinfeld to set up […]

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Communication Discourse Discourse Analysis Linguistics
Usmle Biostatistics
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BIOSTATISTICS * Effect modification: effect of the main exposure on the outcome is affected by another variable. It is NOT a bias! * Case-control study: also known as retrospective study. Divided into “cases” and “controls. ” If disease is rare, the odds ratio will approximate the relative risk (following subjects over time. ) * Cohort […]

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Medicine Research Methods Scientific Method Statistics
Experimental and Correlational Research Methods
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The two important research methods are experimental and correlational. Many researchers use both methods to find outcome of their research. They may explore different avenues of an approach to gain the results they want. We will be describing the two methods and finding out which one is best. The definition of the experimental method is […]

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Experiment Research Research Methods Scientific Method
Research Methods Analysis
3323 words 7 pages

When carrying out any type of research several decisions need to be made for example the choice of method, the research design, factors associated with the design, measuring and improving the reliability of the study, measuring and improving the validity, selection of participants, relationship between the researcher and the participant, investigator effects, analysis of data […]

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Experiment Interview Research Research Methods
Critical Discourse Analysis on Iwan Fals’s Song
2828 words 6 pages

Through this song, Ian Falls try to express his ideology and feeling toward the government. Ideology is used to indicate how some texts and practices present distorted images of reality (Storey, 2009). This usage is intended to draw attention to the way in which song present the image of the reality especially in political field. […]

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Discourse Discourse Analysis Music Song
Discuss This Interpretation Of The
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“‘The Handmaids Tale’ by Margaret Atwood is a narrative that challenges the absolute authority of Gilead, highlighting the significance of storytelling as an act of resistance against oppression, thereby making a particular kind of individual political statement.” (7) The narrative provides an insight of barbarical chauvinism in an injustice system of oppression towards women. It […]

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Interpretation Narration Narrative The Handmaid's Tale
The Conflicting Interpretations of Vigilantes as Transgressors
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The Conflicting Interpretations of Vigilantes as Transgressors and as Victims as seen in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Chronicle of a Death Foretold and in Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the MaidenSince the idea of vigilante justice is a clearly relevant in today’s society, it is not surprising that we find frequent references to it in novels focused […]

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Chronicle of a Death Foretold Ethics Interpretation Justice
Sample Methodology for Laser Light Activated Alarm
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Determination of sample size The researchers had a total of 20 respondents, consisting of 4 respondents room different sections which are all in 4th Year High School Department of La Consolation College- Cloacae. Sampling Design and Technique Random Sampling was used as a sampling design technique wherein the researchers did not set standard or criteria […]

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Evaluation Light Methodology Research Methods
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Interpretation, most often misunderstood by the public as alternative or auxiliary to translation, Instead Is a rendition process of a message verbally presented In one language being reproduced Into the other language extempore. Meanwhile, this exhibits one suggestive peculiarity to secure interpretation from translation which integrally depends on the source nature as whether in text […]

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English Language Interpretation Linguistics Translation
Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation
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The BAG analysis is also seed for monitoring respiratory therapy (again by evaluating the gas exchange In the lungs). Nursing considerations: Your first look at an BAG result might prove to be confusing. Any patient who is critically ill might be given this test at regular intervals. Arterial blood gas determinations will indicate two basic […]

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Blood Carbon Dioxide Chemistry Interpretation Ph
Challenging Stereotypical Sex-Roles: A Discourse Analysis of Gender
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The sexual divide is arguably the most persistent and deepest divide in the world today (Epstein, 2007). Traditional masculine and feminine discourses play an important part in this obvious divide; these stereotypical sex roles contribute to the discrimination (Coghlan, 2006), degradation (Copenhaven & Eisler, 1996) and burdens millions of people around the world experience today, […]

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Discourse Analysis Gender Role Masculinity Social Psychology
Hermeneutic Interpretation of Pan’s Labyrinth
2156 words 5 pages

The term hermeneutics is an old notion that was derived from Greek Myth and religion. It is believed to have come from ancient Greek’s messenger, Hermes. He was the messenger for the Greek gods and basically had the task of mediating information from the gods to the people (Bleicher 1980: 12). The term itself has […]

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Greek Mythology Interpretation Religion
Discourse Analysis Analysis
750 words 2 pages

Entry on conversation analysis This entry attempts to analyze a conversation between a teacher and two students in the classroom. The key issue that will be discussed is turn-taking, especially overlap and interruption when speakers take turns. The following episode was chosen from a textbook that is now used for discourse analysis. The conversation was […]

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Discourse Analysis Education Learning Linguistics
Interpretation Of The Seventy Weeks Theology Religion
3671 words 8 pages

What does this prognostication have to make with the New Testament? Jesus Christ decidedly declared that the Old Testament Scriptures contained prognostications he would carry through. Biblical bookmen have cataloged more than three hundred astonishing prognostications that find precise fulfillment in the life and labor of the Son of God. One of these prognostications is […]

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Bible Interpretation Jesus Old Testament Theology
Psychology Research Methods
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Psychology Research Methods •The general investigative purpose of a psychology study (why the researcher has decided to conduct an investigation) is called its aim. •A hypothesis is a precise and testable statement of what the researcher predicts will be the outcome of the study. In an experiment this is called the experimental hypothesis. •In a […]

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Experiment Hypothesis Research Research Methods
The Interpretation Of The Christian Message Theology Religion
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Many people find the survey of the principals of Christianity to be interesting and even challenging. For some, nevertheless, the involvement goes good beyond idle wonder. For this group of truth searchers, a hungriness for cognition and truth thrusts them to give old ages of their lives to the chase of deeper and meaningful penetration […]

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Christianity Interpretation Jesus Religion Theology
Interpretations of Hamlet
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Over the years many differing interpretations of hamlet have come to the forefront. The audiences over time have experienced immense themes with deep internal and external meaning. It is apparent that over time all relevance has remained the same and thus allowed the creation and recreation of ‘Hamlet’ to remain as relevant as it was […]

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Hamlet Interpretation Romanticism Tragedy
An Interpretation of “on the Pulse of Morning”
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An Interpretation of “On The Pulse Of Morning” The poem that Maya Angelou chose the read at President Clinton’s inaugural in 1993, delivers a message of hope. It uses the metaphor of morning or dawn to show that people can create their dreams and bring them to life. Maya Angelou has been a national celebrity […]

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Interpretation Rhetoric
Theory and Methodology in a research study
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Chapter 3 Theory AND METHODOLOGY This chapter includes the theories and methodological analysiss that have used throughout this research survey. This subdivision includes the theories that were used under the Survey procedure, Trials of associations and Advanced analysis. 3.1 Survey Process Under this subdivision, the theories that have used in the study procedure are included. […]

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Data collection Methodology Research Methods Theory