• Home
  • Tags
  • Analysis Study Of Colonial Discourse In Literature
20th Century Literary Theory:Orientalism as a tool of colonial discourse
10 pages (2500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...colonial discourse. In a reflective analysis of the literary examples of the last century as well as the concept of Orientalism, it is essential to conclude that Orientalism has become one of the most essential tools in colonial discourse of the twentieth century literary theory. Trauma theory and the nature of pain and trauma Trauma is an object of study which has been the topic of three traditional branches of the university such as the natural sciences, the social... 20th Century Literary Theory: Orientalism as a tool of colonial dis In the history of twentieth century literary theory, colonial dis has an important role and orientalism has been considered as the best tool in analysing literary pieces ...
Post Colonial literature in India.
36 pages (9000 words) , Dissertation
Only on StudentShare
...literature reviews, while focusing on the works by R.K. Narayan (Swami and his friends), Raja Rao (Kanthapura) and Mulk Raj Anand (Untouchable). 1 Introduction Postcolonial discourse is “the latest catchall term to dazzle the academic mind.” 1 1.1 Background study Postcolonial literature, also referred to as the New English literature, comprises of a specific group of literary writings that involve socio-political issues associated with the struggle for independence of people formerly under colonial rule. This form of literature is also associated with critical... ?Table of Contents 2 1Introduction 3 1Background study 3 2Aims and objectives 5 2Literature review 6 2.1A brief overview of the pre-colonial...
Linguistics structure and meaning in literary discourse
2 pages (500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...colonialism as a part of meaning in literary discourse. The structure of the chapter, dialogues and short remarks represents a unique meaning of the text, its linguistic peculiarities and cross cultural significance. Thesis The chapter reflects phonological, syntactic, morphological and semantic uniqueness of the text and its meaning. The chapter under analysis reflects complex syntax as a marker of literary discourse. The stereotypical hierarchy of superior western literature/inferior postcolonial literature dominates most literary study and it is clear that the establishment of Afrocentric criteria poses an important challenge to the traditional patterns... 21 September 2008 Linguistics - Structure...
Postcolonial literature challenges the viability of the notion of a fixed identity. Consider how the colonial practice of othering is deconstructed in later novels.
14 pages (3500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...colonial literature, when there have been different conflicts regarding the Identity and othering arose within the self or by the society. It was due to the post-colonial literature that the world became able to be freed from typical stereotypes, norms and beliefs of the society. In the light of above analysis it can be concluded that the concept of fixed identity... [Coarse The Concept of Othering as approached by Post-colonial Literature Introduction The paper preaches a closer assessment of the texts selected for the purpose of assessing the concepts of othering as well as fixed identity that were themed in the post-colonial literature in an in-depth manner. The first grasp will be undertaken on the ...
Discourse Analysis
6 pages (1500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Outline Of The Main Dis s 3 Alternative Dis s 6 Understanding Alternative Discourses 9 Conclusion 10 Reference list 11 Introduction ‘Discourse’ is an extensive idea through which the language is structured according to different patterns that people’s utterances follow when they take part in different realms of social life, recognizable examples being ‘medical discourse’ and ‘political discourse’ (Jorgensen and Phillips, 2002). It is not just one approach, but a series of interdisciplinary approaches that can be used to explore a number of different social domains in many different types of studies. Discourse is defined...
Discourse Analysis
1 pages (250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...analysis refers to a general term for a variety of approaches used in analyzing vocal, written, sign languages, or a semiotic event (Schiffrin, Tannen and Hamilton, 2001). The elements of this analysis include conversation, writing, discourse, and communicative event. These elements are defined based on the coherent sequence of proposition, sentences, turns at talk, and speech. As opposed to the traditional linguistic method, discourse analysis does not only study the use of language beyond the boundaries of a sentence, but it also prefers to carry out an analysis of natural use of language, as opposed to an invented examples. Critical discourse analysis has been widely used in educational... Dis...
Discourse Analysis
10 pages (2500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis: For a Better Understanding of the Social Meanings of Texts Introduction Media imparts knowledge through the news stories that it serves up to the public everyday. The knowledge derived from these texts will be more meaningful if the public goes beyond absorbing the basic information and language use to engage in discourse analysis for a deconstructive reading and interpretation. Texts have meanings that may be overt or hidden, and analyzing them as written can bring about a different perspective and a deeper understanding of whose interests they are serving (McGregor, 2003). Discourse analysis is defined as the study of language use beyond the boundaries of a sentence since... were...
Discourse analysis
10 pages (2500 words) , Download 1 , Essay
...Literature Review The discourse analysis is on Lee Harper’s To Kill a Mockingbird hence this will be the principle form of literature in this narrative. The other books played a mostly supplementary role to this book. I also intend to make use of Understanding to Kill a Mockingbird: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historic Documents. This will be of help to me since it pinpoints the main issues in the novel such as racism and prejudice which are the main topics of the narrative. This makes it much easier to understand and critique where necessary as I read along. Zakrzweski Janelle’s Reading Race: Exploring Racial Themes... College Dis Analysis Introduction This thesis will mainly focus on...
Discourse Analysis
11 pages (2750 words) , Assignment
Only on StudentShare
...literature which explained what factors fortify these long-standing, negative beliefs about aboriginals. It was determined that this approach to research procurement would provide a more balanced and realistic foundation of knowledge of why aboriginals might still be marginalized in society and in the health care system. This study required both qualitative and quantitative knowledge to establish a framework for what constituted this potential bias toward aboriginals in health services. A Discourse Analysis of Aboriginal Discrimination The empirical paradigm emphasizes confirmation or validation of a theory based on quantitative (statistical) data. The notion that aboriginal... Running Header: THE...
Discourse Analysis
3 pages (750 words) , Case Study
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis: “On Islanders and Islandness” by Philip Conkling In his article d “OnIslanders and Islandness” Philip Conkling discusses about the decimation of nearly “three thousand year-round island communities” that have thrived on the coast of Maine, most of which has disappeared by the end of the 19th century (Conkling 191). His thesis concerns how the “boundedness and isolation” of the life in the islands impose on the islanders of different archipelagos certain common traits that he calls islandness (192). Conkling makes the thesis amply clear after a brief introduction and the readers are able to perceive what the content of the article is going to be. The author further illustrates... 15 Jan Dis...
Discourse Analysis
5 pages (1250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis Dis Analysis This is a study to look into advertisements of beauty products in magazines from a critical discourse analysis perspective. We shall pay close attention to the strategy and how the agencies use language in these advertisements to influence and win over their clients. A qualitative research on advertisements by one of the leading beauty product producers was conducted. The results showed that advertisers use various techniques to manipulate customers into purchasing their products. This kind of advertising spills over into other industries such as the retail industry and is not only localized to beauty products. These advertisements promote an ideal way of life... and...
Post-colonial literature
10 pages (2500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Colonial Literature in the 'American Context' Introduction Post-colonial literature comes from Britain's former colonies in the Caribbean, Africa and India. Many post-colonial writers write in English and focus on common themes such as the struggle for independence, emigration, national identity, allegiance and childhood.(O'Reilly, 2001). Post-colonial theory deals with the reading and writing of literature written in previously or currently colonized countries, or literature written in colonizing countries which deals with colonization or...
Ethnographic Film and Post Colonial Discourse
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...discourse: 1) The postcolonial discourse is that "the silent other has to re-claim its lost voice/identity since the other is always feminized and voiceless in the colonial discourse"1. The colonizers constitute their identities. 2) Edward Said views postcolonial discourse to the extent of "Orintalism", in other words "a Western style for dominating, restructuring, and having authority over the Orient."2 3) Another outstanding critic Homi Bhabha was more interested in "hybridity", "mimicry... ", "in-between-ness", and "Third Space". According to Bhabha, hybridity is the process by which the colonial governing authority tries to interpret the identity of the colonized using...
Discourse analysis
5 pages (1250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis This conversation takes place between three people: Khadija who is aged 13, Ayesha aged 10 and Zaynab who is aged 7. The following analysis examines different linguistic patterns appearing in a conversation of about 58 lines which takes place between these three participants and relates to an incident where the movements of one of the speakers is being questioned. Research which has been carried out in reference to textual cohesion in linguistics has identified the principle of lexical chains, wherein the central theme of a piece of text as well s the major elements interlinking them is identified. In this piece of conversation, the major theme is a dispute between three children... Dis Analysis ...
Environmental Data Analysis literature Review
32 pages (8000 words) , Literature review
Only on StudentShare
...Literature Review 2 1Introduction 2 2 Globalisation Conceptions, Variants, and different Perspectives 3 2 Globalisation- Emergence 3 2.1.1 School of Thoughts for Emergence of Globalisation 4 2.1.2 Globalisation History- Four Faces of Globalisation 5 2.2 Globalisation- Definitions 6 2.3 Globalisation- Six Core Claims 8 2.4 Globalisation- as economic, political, technological, and cultural process 10 2.4.1 Economic Dimension 12 2.4.2 Political Dimension 15 2.4.3 Technological Dimension 18 2.4.4 Sociocultural Dimension 19 2.4.5 Ideological Dimension 22 2.5 Globalisation as Consisting Of Two Unbundlings 22 2.6 Globalisation of Geographies 25 2.7 Globalisation as Multifaceted Process 27... Table of Contents...
Discourse Analysis: Critical Analysis paper
3 pages (750 words) , Research Paper
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis: Similarities between Dis analysis and Reading Similarities between Dis analysis and Reading There isa relationship between discourse analysis and reading. The relationship is manifest in the textual analysis in literature work. The various strategies applied in the discourse analysis are relevant to reading. In this regard, the two concepts are also considered as reliable strategies sin the textual analysis. They have disciplinary precision. The aspect of precision helps in complying with the subject of concern...
English Literature - Travel Literature
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...literature, but they also are fictional accounts. This complicates any analysis of these books. They describe not only characters who move from one point in life to another, but also a change in spatial and temporal landscapes. This paper seeks to analyse the interdisciplinary nature of travel literature through an analysis of four texts of this genre. The paper shall be structured in a way as to include the overlapping of different disciplines in different paragraphs. Pilgrim’s Progress can be included in the study of literature as well... number The lack of unity that travel literature displays has a lot to do with the challenge toset patterns of identity that it offers. Apart from this, the very...
Discourse community analysis
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...discourse communities in question for discussion include engineering association affiliates (forming the professional entity), IT and socializing agency in a higher learning institution (constituting the personal discourse community) and financial capacity building agency in a banking institute (constituting the academic discourse community). Discourse community analysis is significant in a myriad of ways. For instance, it helps in the development of knowledge by the members of the given discourse community; makes it possible to agree to various conventions of life that may be a communal concern. In these regards, one is capable of developing mastery... Dis communities. A dis community can be described...
The literature of exile and imaginary homelands in salman rushdie, bharati mukherjee, and v. s. naipaul
38 pages (9500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...colonial situation as it might be if it were viewed from above, in the form of a transcendentalist analysis. Its basic thesis is that the notion of "the Orient," is not in itself a factual entity, an actuality or a solid reality. Rather, it is a construction of various discourses and textual traces, a creation that formed through the processing of certain materials and the sum of mass of overlapping epochs of thoughts and epistemical systems. In very much the same way that Michel Foucault attempted to betray the truth of the solid constructions of the West through the means of discourse analysis, a Nietzschean archaeology of what makes the Western... CONCLUSION THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY...
Discourse Community Analysis
4 pages (1000 words) , Assignment
Only on StudentShare
...Discourse communities are specific communities where language is used in a manner that only the members of the particular discourse communities are able to understand. A discourse community can be any group of people interacting in a specific set of community. I have chosen my neighborhood as a discourse community to be discussed here. Neighborhoods involve a group of houses with many individuals residing in it who know each other and interact with each... Ar Dis Community 7/2 Dis Community As mankind has evolved different methods of communication have arose which have helped people to know more about each other. Communication is a way through which individuals can interact and share their feelings....
Prejudice and the Colonial Condition in Post-Colonial Caribbean Literature.
13 pages (3250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Colonial Condition in Post-Colonial Caribbean Literature Measuring people on the basis of their colour, race, and ethnicity has been a widespread phenomenon all over the world. Race, colour have been the parameters of assessing the ability of the person. White community is sick and has not been completely colour-blind. This approach has also built strong prejudices towards a certain community. The stereotype about certain people, culture and community inclines towards hatred, atrocity among different community. In the research paper the racial prejudice has been discussed thoroughly in context to colonialism. For the study, the three major literary works have been taken... . The authors like...
Discourse analysis (MA communication studies)
12 pages (3000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...analysis, involve a radical 'respecification' of topic in terms of the study of local forms of interactional order; others direct attention to the discursive construction of the various social phenomena being studied; yet others tie this discursive construction into the operation of wider social processes that they take to be exploitative or in other ways oppressive."(Martyn Hammersley. Discourse Analysis: A Bibliographical Guide). This last theoretical approach is the well known Critical Discourse Analysis method. It is very conflictive due to the ideology behind any CDA and many researchers think that it goes too far in its sociopolitical... Dis Analysis Identify a text. I have chosen an article en d ...
Linguistics: Discourse Analysis
11 pages (2750 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis Lecturer Linguistics: Dis analysis Dis analysis is a social sciencethat studies how communication is viewed linguistically. The relationship between the text and spoken word is analyzed to determine the role they play in effective communication. Spoken and written words can draw different meanings, degrees and theories. In everyday speech and writings discourse is experienced at various levels. Discourse can be identified by meaning, function and cognitive theory. Discourse is more qualitative than quantitative because it explains the meaning perceived in certain phenomena. In the attempt to communicate the topic is chosen and actions are performed... the piece o information but how...
Linguistics Discourse Analysis
21 pages (5250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...analysis of note-taking as a genre. The method used for the study is secondary literature analysis. The books for reference have been obtained from local libraries and online libraries. The text used for the analysis of the genre has been provided in the work. Lecture notes are an important part of education. It is not always possible to obtain printed or written notes in the class room. Also, a lecture shall comprise of many pertinent points on the topic taken. It would be fine if the student is able to write it all down... Linguistics Dis Analysis: Lecture taking as a Genre of Linguistics of the 15th December, 2009 Introduction Language is a primary necessity of any human being as effective communica...
Discourse Community Analysis
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis The Women of the Church Anne wanted to make friends at church such that when she saw several women before the service she approached them. As she walked towards them she noticed them looking at her from head to foot. Anne: “Hi!” (One of them turned her back to Anne so she can face the group blocking Anne from their view. Anne moved and extended her hand in greeting. One of the women looked her up from under her nose and took Anne’s hand). Andrea : “Hi! (as she shook Anne’s hand and introduced the others). This is Patty, Laura, Cindy and I am Andrea.” Anne: “Hi! I am Anne Anderson…” (before she could finish, a woman appeared next to Patty and interrupted her) Tina... Dis Community...
Discourse Community Analysis
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis of Teenagers in 16th Street, Downtown Denver Language is an essential part of everydaylife expressed either verbally or in non-verbal forms like facial expressions, body language and posture. An individual can never let others understand what he wants them to know without communication, and peace and order would be quite difficult to maintain if there was lack of this important element of human living. In the study of the teenagers in 16th street in Downtown, Denver, this small group has shown significantly important matters that contribute to the formation of relationships, hierarchy, exclusion and stereotyping. Whatever various things have been observed, it is generally... ?Full Dis Community...
Academic Discourse Community Rhetorical Analysis
13 pages (3250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...discourse communities require explaining the connection between evidence and also to back up findings. Both discourse communities require substantial evidence to draw conclusions. Lab reports, plans and specifications, instruction manuals, graphs and charts to communicate in both discourses. They both use the MLA citation format and emphasizes on parenthetical citations containing an author’s last name and page number. Both discourse communities also require a works cited page for referencing. 4. Contrast Report: History Studies and Civil... Engineering They claim meaning through evaluation instead of comparisons. History scholars organize meaning in chronological sequence. This...
Subject Position and Discourse Analysis
8 pages (2000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Discourse Analysis, Oxford University Press, New York, 2001 Groenewegen., Physicians and Political Economy: Six Studies of the Work of Doctor-Economists, Publisher: Routledge, London, 2001 Coombs, M., Power & Conflict between Doctors and Nurses: Breaking through the Inner Circle in Clinical Care, Routledge, London, 2004... does an activity together with the other person this is called performance positioning. Discourse analysis only discusses the details or micro of what message a person communicates. Whereas, subject positioning is more macro. It takes into consideration the economy, business and the entire environment when the communication was sent...
Essay 1 discourse community analysis
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis A dis community can be defined as a group of individuals or people with common texts and practices whether a group of social network users or group of academicians (Boreczky &Wyclifs 34). Members of a discourse community usually uses both verbal and written communication to express their feelings emotions and interest and these will be understood and acted upon by their audience. This paper aims at analyzing the common verbal and written methods conventionally used by mothers in the society. The paper will further identify the common abbreviations, jargon and language used when mothers get angry. Communication among mothers is one that is often characterized by the use... Dis Community...
The Literature of exile and imaginary homelands in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children
44 pages (11000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Studies. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1993. Chowdhury, Kanishka. "Theoretical Confrontations in the Study of Postcolonial Literatures." Modern Fiction Studies 37 (1991): 609-15. Chraibi, Driss. Le pass simple. Paris: Denol, 1986. ___. L'inspecteur Ali et la C.I.A. Paris: Denol, 1997. ___. Vu, lu, entendu. Paris: Denol, 1998. Chrisman, Laura. "The Imperial Unconscious Representation of Imperial Discourse." Critical Quarterly 1990 (32/3/Aut): 38-58. Cisneros, Sandra. Mango Street. New York: Random House, 1997. Clarke, Patricia. The Governesses: Letters from the Colonies, 1862-1882. London: Hutchinson, 1985... CHAPTER THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMAN RUSHDIE'S MIDNIGHT'S...
Media Analysis: Ideology and discourse
3 pages (750 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis: Ideology and Dis Modern television commercials stem from over one hundred years of advancements, study, and fine-tuning in thefield of advertising and its body of knowledge. These techniques typically include, but are not limited to, a series of appeals to the viewer’s base emotions, primal instincts, and emotional sympathies. Often the methods and means used to sell cars and/or life insurance are strikingly similar to those employed to elicit money for humanitarian causes. The two World Vision commercials are certainly no exception to this reality. Race as a concept and as a body of knowledge is surely a product of the modern era. Black,...
A Real Durwan:a post-colonial study
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Colonial Study Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 A Real Durwan: A Critic of Post-Colonialism 4 Conclusion 6 Works Cited 7 Introduction ‘A Real Durwan’ appeared as a short story before its readers in a compilation of nine small stories entitled as “Interpreter of Maladies”. Published in the year 1999 by the Indian American writer Jhumpa Lahiri, the book captivates the lives of Indians and Indian Americans who were entangled between their past and present, between the culture they have received in legacy and adaptations in the ‘New World’ to which they are initiated and destined to spend their rest of the life. ‘A Real Durwan’ is a story of an old... ?A Real Durwan: A...
Discourse analysis of three TVC's
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis of three TVCs Dis Analysis of three TVCs Persil Small and Mighty Advert:Linguistic Analysis: The advertisement promotes the Persil’s quality of removing dirt stains from children’s clothes which other detergents cannot do because children play in the city parks where they can get stains of mud, ice-creams, grease etc. The usage of graphical representation where different cleaning agents clean the dirt from shirt presents the product with a mechanism. Symbols in the advertisement can be dirty clothes with chocolates (considered as a tough stain for cleaning) stains. The direct link which has been created between the customers and...
'The analysis of the problem of terrorism represents, in many ways, a form of Orientalist thinking'. Discuss with reference
12 pages (3000 words) , Download 1 , Research Paper
...study, and control. Analysing Terrorism: An Orientalist Discourse Gaining popularity in Britain as a defence of colonialism, Orientalism argued that people of the Orient are immersed in a form of perpetual childhood, endowed with supernatural faith but deficient... ?A Critical Analysis of Terrorism Dis and Orientalist Thinking Introduction Edward Said’s theory of Orientalism revealed to the world the ‘imaginative geography’ where in the West and East are divided; a division, though, that is “less a fact of nature than it is a fact of human production” (Battersby, 2007, p. 71). This Orientalism dominates the contemporary analysis of terrorism. This essay analyses the argument that “the analysis of the...
Discourse Analysis on a Movie Scene
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...analysis on a movie scene In this particular scene Billy finds himself in a very difficult situation where he has to explain a seemingly complicated strategy to the skeptical scouts that he and his assistant are convinced will give Oakland Athletic the much needed impetus to compete with big spenders despite the shoestring budget that the owner of the team has allocated them. That said we can use this new strategy to analyze the discourse that takes place in the film “Money Ball,” during a meeting of Billy Keane and a group of scouts that is meant to strategize on making Oakland Athletic a contender against big spenders on a shoestring budget. In this...
Teun van Dijks discourse analysis framework
4 pages (1000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Analysis The aim of this essay is to analyze the transcript of BNP member (Racist Leader) Nick Griffin according to the Teun Van Dijk’s discourse analysis framework. Chairman of BNP and European Parliament member, Nick Griffin’s discourse was mainly focused on the biased conceptions regarding immigrants and minorities. According to Dijk’s discourse analysis, social psychology of ethnic typecast mainly focuses on cognitions, explanations and characteristics of participation of white dominant members. Thus, the study has found that major leading individuals focus more on the welfare and production of white ethnic groups... The transcript of Nick Griffin’s Interview in the view of Teun Van Dijk’s Dis...
Multiculturalism in contemporary english literature(how to do a research for this topic)
8 pages (2000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...literature, contemporary multicultural English literature would be that body of written work by authors whose work comes to fruition during the twentieth century, incorporating themes and characters of a cultural diversity; such as the works of Salman Rushdie, wherein Rushdie’s work, as Deepika Bahri (2004) suggests, is reflects a body of work that represents “’hybrid temporalities of ‘of colonialism.” Rushdie’s work, as Bahri suggests, falls within the “paleocolonial” era; or those post-colonial writers who by time and space in a post-colonial... Multiculturalism in Contemporary English Literature Multicultural is relating to, or adapted to diverse cultures; as in a multicultural society, multicultural ...
Literature Analysis
7 pages (1750 words) , Assignment
Only on StudentShare
...literature on the relationship, approach that offers sufficient data for an in-depth analysis of a subject matter. The research method is however limited to reliability and validity of the applied literature, which may also be difficult to ascertain. The author identifies three leadership styles that are explored. Transformational leadership is the first style, is associated with change and influence, and has four fundamental factors. Idealized influence is one of the factors and defines a mentorship role to followers. The factor also attracts trust and respect... Comparative Analysis of Research Articles Stefania Strowder Mary O’Connell Nursing 4120 30 April Comparative analysis of articles This paper...
The Relationship between Discourse Analysis and Reading and Classroom Discussion
4 pages (1000 words) , Research Paper
Only on StudentShare
...discourse studies, which are among the approaches used in classrooms. Discourse analysis is an approach that is used in analyzing vocal, written and use of signs language or any other crucial semiotic events. On the other hand, reading or classroom discussion is another strategy that requires students to invent, imagine, create and find deeper the meaning of words. This strategy is effective because it makes students active in classroom; thus enabling them to achieve their desired needs effectively... ? The Relationship between Dis Analysis and Reading and/or room Discussion Lecturer: OUTLINE I. INTRODUCTION a) Introduces the way topic and reveals the relationship between discourse analysis and classroom ...
A Discourse Analysis regarding the use of Public Relations in Social Media: A Case Study of Proctor and Gamble and their Kids Thank You Mom Campaign Series
25 pages (6250 words) , Research Paper
Only on StudentShare
...Literature Review 2.1 Related Studies There are several studies that have employed the use of discourse analysis in the development of their arguments... ? A Dis Analysis regarding the use of Public Relations in Social Media: A Case Study of Proctor and Gamble and their “Kids” Thank You Mom Campaign Series By Name Presented to Institution Instructor Course Date Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 5 1.0 Introduction 6 2.0 Literature Review 12 3.0 Research Methodology 14 4.0 Results 18 5.0 Conclusion 24 Executive Summary The business world has been transformed significantly through advances in human and social communication through the establishment of Information and Communications...
Literature Analysis
2 pages (500 words) , Research Paper
Only on StudentShare
...Literature has played a significant role in preaching morality and ethics to the target audience. Different forms of literatures such as drama, poetry, poems, fiction, short stories, have contributed tremendously in this regard. It provides individuals an ability to grow up from inside and provides a decent mechanism to look around and see as to what is going wrong and right. Literature gives the insight to people to assess the overall cultural and social misconducts and develop the conscience inside which provides power to the people to take a particular and definite stance against the specific affair, event or incident. The story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves also teaches... 12 June, Question...
Literature Analysis
1 pages (250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Literature Analysis Importance of a father in a child’s life According to Wes Moore, a father should ensure that a child is praised whenever they do well. Praising a child for good behavior or for an achievement is important for the proper development of a child. Praising a child for an achievement in life motivates them to continue doing well in life. In addition, a father is very significant in a child’s life because it helps in boosting a child’s self-esteem, which increases personal satisfaction. Discipline has been one of the most debated parenting issues in recent time (Moore 19). The debate has mainly centered on how a parent should discipline a child whenever they do wrong. However... Literature...
Rhetorical Analysis of a Discourse Communitys Practices
2 pages (500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...analysis of your discourse communitys written communicative practices. Explain what you find appealing/unappealing about your professions use of technique, and explain how it differs from the English discourse that youve seen so far... Rhetorical Analysis of Management Written Communicative Practices Introduction Writing in marketing from a purely technical manner serves to inform and argue through the written work. Although writing in marketing jargon has been known to result in the aforementioned advantages, proponents of the use of plain English in writing point that the latter reduces turgid and abstruse language in writing. However, bitter critics of the plain English...
Literature Analysis
16 pages (4000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...Literature Analysis Essay The understanding of human development is one of the most debated aspects of modern scholarship and this is mainly because of the differences related to the manner through which human beings have been able to attain their status. In “Aesthetics and Anaesthetics”, Susan Buck-Morssattempts to show the destructive manner through which human beings have developed and this to such an extent that they are often willing to become spectators in their own destruction (Buck-Morss 30). She attempts to show that despite the veneer of development as well as civilization, humans have come to develop characteristics which have proven to be undesirable such as seeking to push... ...
Raymond Williams and His Contribution to the Study of Culture
6 pages (1500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...analysis of discourse and their effects on communication. In other words, Foucaultian theory advocates the production of knowledge through language. Because, “discourse constructs, defines and produces the objects of knowledge in an intelligent way while at the same time excluding other ways of reasoning as unintelligible.” (Barker 2008: 20) The postmodernist approach to cultural studies argues that knowledge can... Raymond Williams and his contribution to the study of culture Introduction: The idea of cultural studies has been one with numerous debates and argumentations throughout ages. Cultural studies involve description of different elements including principles, motivations, preoccupations and...
Applying Critical Discourse Analysis on a news report
8 pages (2000 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...discourse in the social realm. “Voice is the issue that defines linguistic inequality...in contemporary society. An analysis of voice is an analysis of power effects—(not) being understood in terms of...sociocultural rules and norms” (Blommaert, Introduction 5). A study by Barkho clarifies “voice” in the hard news media. “When discourse is contextualized, voices taking part in it do not enjoy equal opportunity to power, emphasis and authority. Hard news discourse is an ‘amalgam’ of voices...” (Barkho 112). Thus the text must be analyzed from this latter perspective. Show me just what Mohamed... & Number Application of Multiple Dis Analyses: Analyzing News Text In September, 2006 Pope Benedict XVI...
Discovering Cultural Models from the Analysis of Discourse
3 pages (750 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...discourse models until we know something about the culture within which we are looking. In other words, you cannot hear the voice nor identify the metaphorical concepts unless you know something about the culture of the speaker. It is easier to discover things about the culture from indirect methods, such as stories. For example, in Beijing, students are used to only listening when they are being directly addressed, since the very large classrooms are noisy even when students try to be quiet, and since most of the study is drill and practice, one learns little from listening to others, because everyone has the same study materials... Discovering Cultural Concepts by Dis Analysis In her book “Finding...
Literature review 8
32 pages (8000 words) , Download 1 , Literature review
...discourse on the household because “It is the site of the earliest socialisation processes and gender identity formation. Secondly, it is central to the analysis of the organisation of production and reproduction in different societies. The gender division of roles, responsibilities and resources within the household play an important role in shaping what men and women are able to do beyond the household. And finally a great deal of policy, both economic and social, is premised on assumptions about how gender relations are organised within households.”(kabeer, 2011) This study ultimately aims at assisting and enabling the policy makers...
Race and discourse analysis in Heart of Darkness (Joseph Conrad)
6 pages (1500 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...colonialism for the oppression and abuse of the colonized and the psychological damages to the colonizers. He celebrates the possibility of a native uprising as a way of defeating the White peoples’ hegemony. Works Cited Barnet, Sylvan. Literature: Thinking, Reading, and Writing Critically. New York: Addison-Wesley Longman, Limited, 1997. Print. Conrad, Joseph. Heart of Darkness. Italy: Giunti Editore, 2010. Print. During, Simon. The Cultural Studies Reader. New York: Routledge, 1999. Print. Goonetilleke, D.C.R.A. Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. New York: Routledge, 2007. Print.... Race and Dis Analysis in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness Introduction Cornel West has powerfully expressed his belief...
Influence of Colonialism on Politics and Economics of Africa Nations
13 pages (3250 words) , Essay
Only on StudentShare
...colonies through the channels of culture, politics and above all economies (Alemazung 69; Child and Williams 5). Colonial discourse theory is explained by Tiffin and Alan which analyze the roles played by colonialists rather than relying on texts (21). It is a system of statements that can be made from studying colonial powers and systems, and the relationship between the two. Postcolonial theory Unlike colonial and neo-colonial philosophies, a lot of literature has been written on postcolonial theories. According to Child and Williams, postcolonial theory is best explained by the globalization of capitalism, which is influenced... Influence of Colonialism on Politics and Economics of Africa Nations...
1 - 50 results of 500 items