Tinkler is a professor of Renaissance English Literature and Rhetoric at Townson University. Tinkler’s primary sources are Utopia, The Prince, Cicero’s writings on rhetoric, Quintilian’s writings on rhetoric, Machiavelli’s Discourses, and a letter Erasmus wrote about More. He uses his primary sources to explain the art of rhetoric and to illustrate the different styles of rhetoric. His secondary studies are various studies on rhetoric in Utopia and The Prince and other studies that explore Utopia and The Prince. Tinkler’s secondary sources support his argument that The Prince and Utopia employ the demonstrative and deliberative genera, while they take completely different approaches to the demonstrative genre.
Peter Zumthor Peter Zumthor’s style of architecture perhaps epitomizes the principles of phenomenology, a belief system brought about by the philosophy of Martin Heidegger. Zumthor believes that to truly understand a building it needs to be experienced in person. Phenomenology Phenomenology is the study of the structures of our experience and our consciousness. This school was founded by Edmund Husserl and is based on the premise that our reality consists out of object and events as they are perceived
The aim of this essay is to explore to relevance the use of semiotics for contemporary design. Holt suggests that the semiotics theory is consequential in understanding design. Tracing back to the basic understanding of semiotics theory, it is defined to be a study of interpretations of meaning from artwork, signs, symbols and images.1 The development of semiotics theory will be discussed, in terms of how images can be translated into words through Roland Bathes’ concept. Focusing on the use of linguistic messages on a sign as mentioned in his book “Rhetoric of the Image”. Followed by how it reflects on the understanding of contemporary art on social media.
When Pennycook analyzed the issue of plagiarism in his essay, Borrowing Others’ Words: Text, Ownership, Memory, and Plagiarism, he introduced the essence of language learning and the evolution of the notion of author in a detailed way, which provides a different angle to interpret Roland Barthes’s The Death of the Author. Barthes describes writing in the beginning of his essay as a “composite, oblique space where our subject slip away” (142). Pennycook can give a lucid explanation of Barthes’s word choice of “composite”, because he believed that, according to Western traditions, literary originality came into being alongside a “wholesale borrowing of language and ideas” (212). Writing, as a part of language learning, needs conducting a
The Role of Marketing Managers are: Marketing Objectives: Marketing Manager as the prime key to advertising management dissect and set the target of the promoting which are in the line ups of the organization either which are fleeting and any long haul. Planning: Once the destinations are clear the following step is to arrange the things according to the goal to meet to make the item according to the client the item according to the client prerequisites and organization assets and Ideology. Arranging incorporates deals figure, promoting methodologies arrangement and marketing systems.
He pinpoints the specific historical context of the establishment of Manchukuo in the 1930s as the moment from which the latter was incorporated into the former by the Japanese government. It is within this trans-national and trans-colonial context that the history and the identity of the Issei Japanese in America were reinvented and possible to be reinterpreted in service of Japan’s imperialist scheme in Manchuria and elsewhere. Tamanoi questions the reality of the colonizers’ power and knowledge in Manchuria by examining the racial classification of the Manchurian population initiated by the colonial bureaucrats and practiced by Japanese settlers. Her larger attempt is to understand Japan’s colonial racism by situating it across time and space. By paying close attention to the understanding of races by the Japanese in Manchuria, such as the diary of Minato, an intellectual, and the narratives of peasant-settler returnees in the post-war era, Tamanoi is able to confirm her arguments that the “officializing procedures,” such as calculating and labeling the population, only betray the vulnerability of colonialism in practice as well as the fluidity of “Japanese” identity at home or in the
Marketing communications are known as the most visible aspect of the marketing mix that helps to enhance the brand awarness of the company. In order to prosper in the long term, any company needs to develop an effective marketing campaign to maintain the interest of the existing customers as well as to attract the potential buyers (Cai & Huang, 2011). Mass marketing is highly effective tool to catch the attention of the million buyers, however it will not help to construct the relationships with them. Therefore, the more personal communications needed, such as direct marketing, to understand the consumer’s needs. However, the integration of communication tools helps to overcome both challenges, as the mix helps to create the brand awarness
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The main aim of this research report is to develop a marketing communication plan for Connors Café Bar. The report significantly involves situational analysis, segmentation, targeting, positioning concepts pricing strategic, external and internal market analysis, product life-cycle (PLC) as well as marketing implementation plan. The main objective is to determine the marketing communication programme of Connors Bar along with identification of consumer buying behaviours and attitudes. The action or marketing implementation plan effectively demonstrates the desired customer behavioural changes that are essential to take in consideration in order to attain relevant business objectives as main marketing purpose of Connors is to attract higher
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