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...Hermeneutics Thorncrown chapel is situated on the slopes of Ozark Mountains, west of Eureka Springs, and only a few kilometers from U.S. Highway 62. This magnificent architectural work was designed by E. Fay Jones in the late 1970s and opened for service in 1980 (Berger et al 117-121). Since then it has repeatedly been acknowledged as an outstanding architectural piece in the modern day. The glass walls, flagstone floor, and wild wood make the building the perfect structure in a forest setting but different from the sacred designs of catholic cathedral, hence the need to identify the architectural hermeneutics in Jones designs. Comparing two researches... College: Thorncrown Chapel Architectural...
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...hermeneutic The Catholic Church endorse the biblical hermeneutic that life is godly... Religion and Theology John Paul II Meaning He meant that the evolution is more than a hypothesis since it is harmoniouswith the Christian faith. Both science and theology trace on the commencement of man. Revelation articulates man as made in the likeness and image of God. (Fiorenza, Francis, and John pp. 5-25) He also accepts the theory of evolution as a practical explanation of the development of life on Earth. Interestingly, scholar’s discoveries on evolution congregate or converge making it an argument in favor of his view. John Paul II’s View of The Origins of the Human Soul He views that if the foundation of ...
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Qualitative methods
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...hermeneutic phenomenology (Henriksson, 2012, p. 125). The decision to use hermeneutic phenomenology was informed by the works of Max van Manen (1997) (De Gagne & Walters, 2010, p. 360). It can be defined as a “research methodology aimed at producing rich textual descriptions of the experiencing of selected phenomena in the lifeworld of individuals that are able to connect with the experience of all of us collectively” (Kafle, 2013, p. 190). I explored the life, classroom and work experiences of students pursuing medical and recorded them. B... Qualitative Methods al Affiliation Qualitative Methods METHODS ASSIGNMENT PLANNER A. Methodology The most preferred methodology forthis research study was...
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Response paper to peter brooks' reading for the plot, and one of freud's most famous
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...hermeneutic and proairetic codes, he concentrated on the "temporal sequence and progression" (xi... ) of a narrative through the plot, which spurs the movement in the narrative and makes the readers continue to the next page. Brooks gave importance to the middle of the narrative, which instead of being boring and tedious to read becomes “a highly charged field of force” (xiv) through the use of hermeneutic and proairetic codes to generate suspense, excitement, and a sense of mystery. He further went on to stress the significance of the use of metaphors and metonymy as figures of speech that can make the narrative more lively and creative. Peter Brooks’ technique of giving...
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Ideologies Aimed at Understanding the External World and Commercialization of Culture and Emergence of Cults in Popular Culture
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...hermeneutic empiricism. Both worldviews provide... ? Ideologies Aimed at Understanding the External World How the Interaction with Physical Objects and Human Relationships help in the Construction of Meaning about the Nature of the External World By Name Subject Professor School Date of Submission Introduction The interpretation of the external world hinges on the clear understanding of reality and perception. From a philosophical standpoint, knowledge starts with the experience of the external world through the senses—from the smelling of a fruit or the hearing of a child’s laughter. It is through the sense-data obtained (the scent of the fruit or the laughter of the child) that man is able to know the...
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Pressure Ulcers: Home Based Nursing
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...hermeneutic phenomenology methods were used, as it was a qualitative study, rather than a quantitative requiring the use of empirical data (Kapp and Annells, 2010). Questions based on life and experiences focusing on health issues were used in order to discern the best methods in nursing practices for pressure ulcers. Due to this, patients were required to have similar characteristics that did not bring about the issue of confounding. As a result, all patients used in the study were of 65 years and older and without any form of cognitive deficiencies or impairments. The methods also factored the use of economics in translation and common features such that patients who...
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Essay
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...hermeneutic and cultural codes are also observed in Lewis’s narrative technique in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The proairetic code refers to “indications of action” (Barry, 51). For example, as Alice comes to grips with the fact that she is lost, she sees the White Rabbit that she had... ?Satire and Narrative Technique in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland By Satire and Narrative Technique in Alice’sAdventures in Wonderland Introduction Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is described as a satire on human nature as a whole and a satire on Victorian traditions (Rackin, 243). Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is more than a child’s fantasy of a reversed and chaotic world. It is also a...
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Ethics and Philosophy in Religion
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...Hermeneutics. Seventh-Day Adventist4 theology is unique. Seventh-Day Adventists’ theology approximates a movement with apocalyptic overtones. Adventists’ hermeneutics, or interpretational theory, stems from the books of Daniel and Revelation, which are both books of the Bible that deal with prophecy. Seventh Day Adventists are particularly concerned with prophecy and how... Ethics and Philosophy of Religion Part I. Epistemology. In the first sections of Western Philosophy, Cottingham focuses upon the fact that all knowledge must come from somewhere (epistemology).1 Where does knowledge come from indeed? What is the root of it? Socrates argues that all enquiry and learning is merely...
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Toward a Theoretical Psychology
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...hermeneutic, analytical... Theoretical psychology Theoretical psychology, as defined by various scholars, is a subfield and a general psychological orientation. The concept has emerged to the existence as a post-positivism expression since 1960s. Theoretical psychology is concerned with the foundational inquiry in psychology, the presentation of philosophical science to the psychological study, and the objection of the social impacts of discipline. Philosophy of mind, as well as cognitive science, forms some critical interests in theoretical psychology. Additionally, TP has branched broadly into empirical and historical investigation of psychology such as of those a social constructionist, liberalist,...
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...Hermeneutic communism from Heidegger to Marx. New York: Columbia University Press.... Philosophy Questions al Affiliation Philosophy Questions How is capitalism highly exploitative of the masses? Capitalismexploits the mass by creating a system of inequality in the society. Through capitalism, wealth is concentrated in the hands of few people leading to inequality. Afterwards, the rich exploits the poor. Capitalism leads to high unemployment levels and eventual rising of prices of important and basic products. Capitalism also leads to high cost of living. Eventually, the poor, who the majority in the society and who have nowhere to go accepts low salaries from the rich in order to make ends meet and to...
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Theology 2
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...hermeneutics, Schuster Forensic shows how celebration belongs... Running Head: ANCHOR BIBLE DICTIONARY THEOLOGY Anchor Bible Dictionary theology of the of the Anchor Bible Dictionary theology This thesis would look into the various aspects of Anchor Bible Dictionary theology and would also analyze this topic in detail in the light of different viewpoints. The turn to the subject, liberation theology, and post modernity, all occur in some way within the works of Anchor Bible Dictionary theologians. In a recent chapter of a book, Susan Ross concludes by noting that in the area of sacramental theology Anchor Bible Dictionary writing is concerned with the human in the mystery of the Incarnation, with the pla...
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I am a nurse: nursing students learn the art and science of nursing
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...hermeneutic phenomenology to conduct her study. Each of the participants submitted 37 journal entries... Research Problem: When nursing is defined by its art and its science and science is learned through skills and knowledge, how does the nursing student learn the art of nursing? Summary In the article “I am a nurse: nursing students learn the art and science of nursing” by Sue Idczak (2007) there is a thorough discussion of the results of a study performed by her in which she surveyed nursing students to find out how they were learning the art of nursing. She began her study with a literature review which revealed that there was no previous study data available on this subject. She used hermeneutic p...
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Communication
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...hermeneutic composability when she described how the birds behaved a couple of days after Carla returned. “In a day or so they were restored, flying high, circling and dropping to earth, disappearing over the woods, coming back to rest in the familiar bare tree” (Munro, p. 43). The sentence above is an example of what Bruner described as hermeneutic composability because we can say that “there is a difference between what is expressed in the text and what the text might mean” (Bruner, p. 7). The “disappearing over the woods” seems to be describing Carla who ran away and then came back as represented by the “coming back... Runaway “Runaway” is a story of Carla, a woman who lives in the country with her...
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I am a nurse nursing students learn the art and science of nursing
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...hermeneutic phenomenology to conduct her study. Each of the participants submitted 37 journal entries... Research Problem: When nursing is defined by its art and its science and science is learned throughskills and knowledge, how does the nursing student learn the art of nursing Summary In the article "I am a nurse: nursing students learn the art and science of nursing" by Sue Idczak (2007) there is a thorough discussion of the results of a study performed by her in which she surveyed nursing students to find out how they were learning the art of nursing. She began her study with a literature review which revealed that there was no previous study data available on this subject. She used hermeneutic ph...
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...hermeneutic phenomenology" (p.89). The qualitative study used a descriptive questionnaire with the implication that the events described would be interpreted by the respondent's culture and status as well as the limits of language and translation. The researchers selected the responses that were most appropriate for the study from a group of 160 respondents to a questionnaire... Critical Review A study by Jonsson and Halabai (2006) d "Work Related Post-Traumatic Stress as Described by Jordanian Emergency Nurses" was conducted to find the cause of post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) in a representative group of Jordanian nurses. According to Jonsson and Halabai (2006) the research "was undertaken using...
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The Importance of Ideal Types
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...Hermeneutic Model. Let’s take a deep insight into the Empirical form of reality. This reality model... ? Importance of Ideal Types Importance of Ideal Types Max Weber, a German ant positivist sociologist, laid the foundation for Ideal Types. He wanted to establish sociology as an objective social science. He studied the objectivity and subjectivity of society, the human agency and the society’s role in shaping an individual’s personality and forming his or her perspectives about life. Weber was ascertained that the historical development of society would be based upon incomplete set of information and could be fractional only. Weber studied the history as a relationship of cause and effect. It is...
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The Role of Context in Biblical Hermeneutics
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...HERMENEUTICS Context plays a central role in the act of biblical interpretation. This paper is an attempt to demonstrate how this is so, and why this is so. It begins with a brief examination of the role of context in communication in general, which will then be applied to the activity of textual interpretation using the concept of the hermeneutic circle as developed by Frederich Schliermacher and Hans Georg Gadamer. There is no doubt that context plays an important role not only in biblical interpretation, and not only in textual interpretation in general, but in all acts of human communication. The contextual nature of biblical interpretation, in fact, is founded... ? THE ROLE OF CONTEXT IN BIBLICAL...
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Evil, a Challenge to Philosophy and Theology
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...hermeneutic critique of different responses to evil,lament and blame,myth wisdom and theodicy."3 For Ricoeur there are manifold interpretations of evil with our psychological thought structures. "Lament and blame ..Differentiates between evil as suffering and evil as wrongdoing if lament sees us as victims blame makes culprits of us Ricoeur observes that infact these two categories are always intertwined .We can feel guilty... the Sacred: Evil, a Challenge to Philosophy and Theology Paul Ricoeur is a European intellectual. As far as his religious orientation is concerned he is a French Huguenot and a Barthian Christian.1Currently an Emeritus at the Divinity School, University of Chicago, he has...
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Mass Media Theory
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...hermeneutic theory, critical theory, and normative theory. Post positivism theory is the first approach practiced by social scientists, which make use of scientific method. This theory uses physical sciences having the idea that knowledge can be gained only by empirical, observable, measurable phenomena examined using scientific methods. Its ontology is that human behaviour is predictable and could be studied systematically... Mass Media Theory: Chapter Answers What are the four approaches that communication researchers employ in studying the social world? In order to study the social world, communication researchers have identified four major communication theories which include post positivism, hermene...
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Critiqing a research article / using MCMASTER framework
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...hermeneutic phenomenological approach to research involving human sciences by van Manen (1990), and was designed to reveal the actual meaning of pragmatic experiences. Hermeneutic phenomenology is a qualitative approach to research that was developed from phenomenological philosophy, which is a branch of continental philosophy (Friesen, Henriksson and Saevi, 2012, p. 169). The fundamental principle of hermeneutic phenomenology is that the most simple and basic experiences of man concerning the world are already laden with meaning (Frost, 2011, p. 46). This means that man in involved in his world and immediately... Research article critique: Quality of Nursing Care in the Words of Nurses by Linda Maas...
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Article analysis
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...Hermeneutic phenomenology from an Afrocentric feminist perspective as the methodological approach which also included the snowball technique, a purposive sample of 18 African American women. The participants were interviewed to air their views and perceptions with regards to the notion of motherhood. The findings of the study have shown some consistency with current descriptions of aspects such as maternal identity of becoming a mother. The study has also shown consistency with our own understanding of the complexities that racism, sexism... of the study shows that it is strong in that it sought to cover the gap that exists in the literature about the discourse of African American women that...
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Qualitative Nursing Research Report Analysis
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...hermeneutic phenomenological approach was found to be the most appropriate in this enquiry. Many feel that advocacy is integral to nursing and hence find it difficult to articulate advocacy as a separate entity... . Procedures Participants were chosen purely on the basis of their willingness to take part in the study on a non-remunerative voluntary basis. The interviews were unstructured and open ended. Some interviews were short and others long their time spans ranging form 30 minutes to 12 hours. The clients had to tell how they learned the skills for becoming their patient's advocates. Data Analysis and Trustworthiness The investigator and two phenomenological researchers conducted data...
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Outline the distinctive properties of group decision-making and negotiation. Compare and contrast the conditions under which the
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...hermeneutic structurism which presumably focuses on important issues like social construction where people’s actions are determined based on social actions of the employees and individuals. Agency It helps in promoting a naturalist agency in which the employees are the agents of their actions with their behaviour made predictable by their selfless interest. It helps in promoting a hermeneutic agency which presumes... ?Coordination and Social Dynamics Introduction Group Decision Making & Negotiation Managerial decision making is regarded as the core of managerial tasks and often the managers make decisions based under pressure and with incomplete information (Baba and HakemZadeh, 2012). While certain...
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Compare and Contrast Oedipus the King and A Darker Face of the Earth
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...hermeneutically resemble Sophocles’s “Oedipus the King”. In this regard, Carlisle says, “The Darker Face of the Earth, both in its plot line and in the character of its hero, certainly... Comparison and Contrast between “Oedipus the King” and “The Darker Face of the Earth” In the play “The Darker Face of theEarth”, Rita Dove has resurrected the Greek protagonist, Oedipus, with newer conflicts and crisis of the modern American society of the 19th century. Dove’s protagonist, Augustus, can be considered as the resurrected Oedipus who is fated to be deserted by his white mother and to marry her unwittingly. Like Sophocles’s Oedipus he also kills his father and her mother commits suicide in order to save...
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Dq-7.1 Terence
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...hermeneutic science attached to collaboration. This consideration is necessary for the creation of testable theories, thereby... Management and Leadership Concepts in Information Technology Introduction Management and leadership practices are vital for ensuringboth the success of the individual leader and the success of the organization. According to Marturano and Gosling (2012), leadership is the process through which an individual influences other people for the accomplishment of organizational objectives. Conversely, leadership directs an organization in a manner that ensures its cohesiveness and coherence. This forms the basis of management concepts, which transform an individual into standout...
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Is racism and anti-semitism still a problem in the United States
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...Hermeneutic and the Rhetoric of African American Prophetic Patriotism. Journal of Black Studies, 42(5), 811.  Retrieved July 18, 2011, from ProQuest Education Journals. (Document ID: 2376176791). Morris, A.. (2011). Fighting for Democracy: Black Veterans and the Struggle Against White Supremacy in the Post War South [review of the Social Forces, 89(3), 1060-1062.  Retrieved July 18, 2011, from ProQuest Education Journals. (Document ID... ?Instructions: What I am needing is afinal paper outline, The outline must contain Introduction with thesis ment, at least five body paragraphs,using the provided model,conclusion, Reference page containing at least three academic resources, two of which are found in...
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Anthony Giddens Theory of Structuration
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...hermeneutic" in which theory offered an explanation for the phenomena of everyday life and everyday life provided a means by which theory could be understood. In other words, the two acted in a dialectical relationship to each other. Early on in his academic career, Giddens was widely respected for his work in interpreting the ideas of classic social theorists like mile Durkheim, Max Weber, and Karl Marx. At the same time, though he turned... The Contribution of Anthony Giddens' Theory of Structuration To the Field of Sociology Perhaps the most important contribution to the field of sociology was when Anthony Giddens defined the influence and restrictions of structure. If 'structure' is to be used not...
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Middle East Customs
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...hermeneutic in older works. He also urges that for genres to function properly in the text, there are supposed to be ten in number. The author advocates the use of three different genres namely:- Narrative History and, Law Moreover, prophecy is seen as a combination of prose and poetry that has three different genres... Middle East Customs I. The Biographical Entry Sandy, D. B, and Ronald L. G. (1995 Cracking Old Testament s. A Guide to Interpreting the Literary Genres of the Old Testament: Broadman & Holman Publishers, Nashville, Tennessee. II. Author Information The book was co-edited by Sandy, D. Brent and Ronald L. Giese, Jr., Eds in 1995. The author has a wide experience in writing besides being le...
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Violence in the Nursing Profession
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...Hermeneutic Phenomenology.” The article sought to ascertain the existence and rampant widespread of horizontal violence amongst nurses in healthcare institutions. One or more group members towards another member or section of the larger group (Duffy 1995) define horizontal violence as hostile or aggressive behavior. Studies show that the prevalence is high but majority of the cases go unreported due to fear of stigmatization and/or retribution (Farrel 1997).This case study also seeks to identify the impact of horizontal violence on the victims’ work... ? Violence in the Nursing Profession Despite numerous researches done on this the issue of violence in the Nursing profession, the vice still carries on...
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The Scarlet letter
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...hermeneutic inflexibility that naming involves. As an initial letter, or merely as an initial, the A disreputably clues at all sorts of names while asserting none. As an immense orchestrator of meanings, Hawthorne is aware that names are complete and even stuffed of meanings, and he could in no means be thought to arrive at his characters' names indifferently. It is astonishing, then, that critics of Hawthorne have not cautiously thought about the question of Hester's name. (D. H. Lawrence, 1961, pp. 83-99). In "The Custom-House" Hawthorne conscriptions "the figure of that first ancestor," the Puritan "who came so early, with his Bible and his... appears here] appears here] appears here] appears...
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The Role Of Baptism in the Book of Acts
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...hermeneutical approach and interpret Acts through 1 Cor 12:13. Therefore, it is not surprising that they arrive at a Pauline understanding that excludes any specific mention of Spirit-baptism as an empowering event theologically distinct from regeneration. Conversely, Pentecostals and many charismatics employ Lukan biblical theology as the correct methodology for understanding Spirit-baptism. According to their exegetical findings, the Day of Pentecost was an empowering event that is theologically separate from and subsequent to conversion. Moreover, "pattern of Pentecost" exists for subsequent events in Acts as well as for all believers throughout the church age....
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Critically assess Lyotard's 'incredulity towards metanarratives',
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...Hermeneutic Deconstruction of the Metanarrative of ‘Scientific Truth’ in Marketing Research.” International Journal of Research in Marketing 10 (3). Williams, James. 1998. Lyotard: Towards a Postmodern Philosophy. UK: John Wiley and Sons.... ? The concept of incredulity toward metanarratives was introduced by Lyotard in his opposition to the ideologies of postmodernism. The belief which was created was based on an analysis and opposition to the metanarratives and how this created a sense of illegitimacy because of the nature of the structure and the form. When considering the viewpoint of Lyotard, it can be seen that his opposition toward the main ideology was legitimate in trying to question why...
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History of Contemporary Music
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...Hermeneutic approaches to music dramas. Westport, Conn. [u.a.: Greenwood Press. Begelman, D., Luttjeboer, H, B. and Young, N. (2005). Harvest: authentic guitar tab edition. Van Nuys, Calif, Alfred Publishing.... History of Contemporary Music al Affiliation) Music is a form of art, which affects the autonomy of its expression that strives to deconstruct itself from the conventional servitude to the word, which is the creation of modern, artistic or music for that matter (Devereux, 1991). Introduction Post modern music is a category in the epistemological area that was established with the intent of bringing together and explaining several contemporary trends that contradict the artistic premises, which...
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Define qualitative research, and consider its appropriateness to your own educational research
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...hermeneutic or constructive schools of thought (Evers and Walker, 2005: 42). Each of these approaches provides researchers with different paradigms or conceptions and views of research problems and methods. As a result, the conclusions generated from each of these methodologies are different. Accordingly... Running Head: Qualitative Research, and Its Appropriateness to Educational Research Qualitative Research, and Its Appropriateness to Educational Research [The Writer’s Name] [The Name of the Institution] Qualitative Research, and Its Appropriateness to Educational Research For thousands of years, philosophers and other academics have formulated and debated theories of knowledge in attempts to conceptu...
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Project management assessment
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...hermeneutic technique helped in detecting innovative aspects, for instance those which are connected with project rigidity, that could give details regarding the failure of DIA technology based system development project. However, it appears to include escaping the unique project investigators, because of the accidental lapse, instructive goals of the case, or maybe because to the supporting pressures forced on the project team by a variety of project stakeholders (Lukaitis & Cybulski, 2006). This assignment was divided into two sections. First section... ? The Business School Assessment Module 44278 Module Project Management Level: 6 Element Weighting: 40% Module Leader: Kevin Ord Part A This section...
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Narrative analysis
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...Hermeneutic code) The breaking down everything into “every thing” will stop the reader in their tracks if they are not paying close attention. The first phrase for instance may be mistaken for other meanings. The poet has freedom in playing with the words and this might render a slightly different meaning. However, he wants to convey a somewhat different message from the one the normal one passed when “everything” is used. This could mean he is willing to go to long lengths just to make his intentions known. We can categorically depict that he would want the reader to catch a breath there and let the weight of his words sink. Closely related... Narrative Analysis (Line but every thing is not what I seen ...
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Qualitative Research Master Essay
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...hermeneutic or constructive schools of thought (Evers and Walker, 2005: 42). Each of these approaches provides researchers with different paradigms or conceptions and views of research problems and methods. As a result, the conclusions generated from each of these methodologies are different. Accordingly... Running Head: Qualitative Research, and Its Appropriateness to Educational Research Qualitative Research, and Its Appropriateness to Educational Research [The Writer's Name] [The Name of the Institution] Qualitative Research, and Its Appropriateness to Educational Research For thousands of years, philosophers and other academics have formulated and debated theories of knowledge in attempts to concept...
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The Final End Of The Wicked by Edward Fudge
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...hermeneutic of the evangelical conditionalist Edward William Fudge and to analyze the Hermeneutics of Annihilationalism.His exegesis has triggered various critical responses of late. Annihilationism is the minority Christian doctrine that sinners are destroyed rather than tormented forever in "hell" or the lake of fire. This is directly linked with the doctrine of "conditional immortality" -a belief that the soul... Order 275020 Critical appreciation THE FINAL END OF THE WICKED by Edward Fudge: During the years 1971-1984, the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society published three scholarly articles by Edward Fudge. This purpose here is to evaluate the theological method of the biblical hermene...
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Annotated bibliography
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...hermeneutic method, 17 interviews were analyzed. The results show that after MI, younger adults had lack of energy negatively impact on their midlife demands combined with unreasonable pressures from employers. The researchers consider this information as being critical to the knowledge of quality assurance and development of interventions in rehabilitative nursing care. It is therefore... Myocardial Infarction: An Annotated Bibliography Anderson, E. K., Borglin, G. & Willman, A. . The experience of younger adults following myocardial infarction. Qualitative Health Research, 23 (6), 762 – 772. doi: 10.1177/1049732313482049 Younger adults in this context are people below 55. Using phenomenological-hermene...
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English essay
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...hermeneutic, and cultural codes. Contrary to the most commonly used method of analyzing a theme or discourse of a given text, Heningway does things differently. He articulately dissects text into paragraphs, sentences which now act as the basic discussion units. As a demonstration, he divided the text into five scenes each with a distinct topic. However, each scene carries a different meaning, which can be deciphered from the codes. A good example of a code is the cultural code which simply means the collective behavior that has become... Summary This is a summary on the article, “Hemingway's "Cat in the Rain a reproof of the self ” by John V. McDermott retrieved from...
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What Makes You Happy
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...hermeneutic in relation to the changing situation. REFERENCES Buss, D.(2000). The evolution of happiness. American Psychologist, 55, 15-23. Darwin, C. (1958). The origin of species. New York: The New American Library. Ricoeur, P. (1956). Fallible man: Philosophy of the will. Trans. Charles Kelbey. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company.... ?“What Makes You Happy?” Concerning the Evolution of Happiness and the Ways to Respond to It Meaningfully We hear it often from people that they wantto be happy. We have also seen surveys conducted around the world determining the happiest people on earth. And out of goodwill or by habit, we actually wish one another happiness. What are the criteria of happiness? By what...
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Philosophy of social science and some problem
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...hermeneutic understanding" (Martin and McIntyre, 1994, pp. XVI). This corresponds to naturalists' objectivity and anti-naturalists' intersubjectivity. Systemic approach however seeks to view the social world as system comprising of sub-systems and an 'epistemology combining realism and reason, aiming to understand, predict and control' (Johannessen. 1997, quoted in Johannessen & Olaisen.2005), an attempted blending of objectivity, subjectivity and intersubjectivity. The Naturalist position sharing the 'disregard for subjective experience'; is constructed on the following four pillars: 1. Empiricism 2. Positivism & neo-Positivism (Vienna Circle) 3. Realism 4... "Cogito ergo sum: I think therefore I am"....
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Hobbes (15 88-1679) on the right to all
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...hermeneutic, It will avoid the search for universal natural laws, and it will recognize itself as an historical occurrence. Also subjectivism for Hobbes means obligations in individuality. Hobbes supposes that Irrationality can be predicated in the first instance of human beings and of human beliefs and actions. Absence of rationality is taken to warrant a diminution of legal rights and commonly some kind of supervision or even constraint. Irrationality of value is connected with a person's other beliefs, the prevailing canons of evidence... (15 88-1679) on "the right to all" Thomas Hobbes is an English philosopher, whose political thought rested on the philosophical tradition of sixteenth century and...
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Exploring University Students' Perception of Healthy Eating and Food Consumption
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...hermeneutic-phenomenology was applied in the assessment of data gathered. This method was decisively chosen as it has the capability of encapsulating the experiences of the interviewees while unearthing their latent experiences behind their responses. In addition, the use of hermeneutic circle permits a rounded synopsis of individual perceptions since it is interpretive. According to Mayo Clinic, University... ?A Qualitative Study into of Leicester Perception of Healthy Eating and Food Consumption of Leicester Table of Contents Research Problems and Background Literature 3 Research Aim and Objectives 4 Evaluation of Research design 5 Research paradigm 5 Data collection methods 6 Sampling rationale and...
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Difficult Phrase Position Paper
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...hermeneutic because the phrase “husband of one wife) was given a spiritual interpretation while the rest of the text was literally interpreted. Marriage should only happen once: widower cannot marry The view of this interpretation disqualifies all those individuals who have remarried from elderly positions. The logic of this view says that a man who remarries after the death of his first wife ceases to qualify for an eldership as the act of remarrying makes him the husband of two. The pure ideal of marriage is destroyed once an elder marries, second marriages are considered inappropriate... POSITION PAPER THE MEANING OF “THE HUSBAND OF ONE WIFE” IN TIMOTHY 3:2 INTRODUCTION It is importance to interpret...
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Scholarly Paper
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...hermeneutics. McGill Model of Nursing informs us that nursing is not only about health, but it is about the person, the environment, the family and cultural beliefs/values all dynamically working together to establish notions of health (Gottlieb and Rowat, 1987). It transforms the role of nursing from not just one of the health care providers but the health care provider that seeks holistic health as it creates the condition for positive health-life changes. Meanwhile, the theory of quality nursing care with the phenomenology of hermeneutics... Home Care Home Care is an arena where quality, skillful, compassionate, holistic, and ethical nursing care is realized. In the face of limited resources and...
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The knowledge level and attitudes of pregnant women in passing on sickle cell disease
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...hermeneutic approaches and they entail deduction of the meaning of an experience in its right context. This study adopted the hermeneutic interpretive phenomenology that is based on the philosophy of Martin Heidegger (Heidegger, 1962; Gendlin, 1967; Heidegger, 1975). The Heideggerian approach is an interpretive process... ? UNDERSTANDING THE KNOWLEDGE LEVEL AND ATTITUDES OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN PASSING ON SICKLE CELL DISEASE by JENNIFER LEE GOSS JOHN W. SMITH, COMMITTEE CHAIR WILLIAM G. ADAMS CATHERINE G. BOWER JAMES L. COLLINS RICHARD DEAN A RESEARCH PROPOSAL Submitted to the graduate faculty of Delta State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Science in...
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...hermeneutic in their nature and more oriented to producing readiness-to-hand… The third and ultimately most significant direction lies in… moving beyond the design of equipment to the design of being through our activities of bringing forth.” (Winograd 124-125). In conclusion, it is evident that the essay “The Question Concerning Technology” has been influenced by several existing notions which the writer uses as the base for the work. On the other hand, the essay also influenced several modern writers who were concerned with these ideas. Works Cited... Essay: An Analysis of Heidegger The Question Concerning Technology One of the most influential and controversial figures of twentieth-century Western...
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Kafka's Parable of the Law in The Trial
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...hermeneutic tradition of divination since German romanticism” (226). But this will not do any good, since it does not matter what K. thinks of himself. By virtue of the law, its courts’ actions are “legitimate” (Mladek 233) and K. is only wasting effort to as he seeks to understand it and access the justice he thinks he deserves. This article from Mladek focuses more on the theatrical elements... Introduction 12 June Kafka's Parable of the Law in The Trial Kafka’s The Trial includes a parable of law that the priest narrates toK. This parable aims to enlighten K. about his circumstances and the futility of fighting for his innocence. In the article “Derrida on Kafka’s ‘Before the Law, ’” Foshay explores...
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Social Pedagogy
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...hermeneutic philosophy of science that was dominant in Germany at the time. This approach came under criticism after the Second World War, leading to the development of new paradigms by Klaus Mollenhauer and Hans Thiersch. The main traditions of pedagogy at the current time are still partially based on these original concepts, although there have been developments made in each of the individual countries in which the concepts have been adopted. The concepts have not been adopted globally, but have been used successfully across Europe and in several other countries such as South Africa. Although the concepts have not been formally adopted... Social Pedagogy Introduction Social pedagogy is not a concept...
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