There are several reasons why Hughes’ target audience is not the general public, nor a group larger than this group of scholars. To start, this article is printed in The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies issue 16 which “is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, electronic publication dedicated to the study of Gothic and horror literature, film, new media and television” (Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies). Basically, since this article was submitted to a specialized journal dedicated to publishing academic articles, Hughes must be targeting other scholars in the field. Furthermore, the another author from issue 16 is Dr. Hannah Murray of King’s College who has a “PhD in early national American literature [from] the University of Nottingham” and has “taught American literature at [the] University of Nottingham and University of Leicester” (King 's College London - Dr Hannah Murray). Because the other authors of this journal are also scholars, this is a specialized journal not targeting the general public.
Sternfield likewise noted Hume’s impact on modern operationalists and experimentalists. Hume's work without doubt had a highly significant impact on modern empiricism (3) B.Elkin illustrated that the advertisement of Hume's enquiry had been taken with clout by commentators (4). It was suggested by Hume to Gilbert Elliot that he do not to read the Treatise. Though the principles concerning causality are identical in both books, the differences are much more than rhetorical. Elkin for example indicates the distinction by declaring that causation as a topic is discussed only implicitly in the Enquiry where as it is discussed explicitly in the Treatise (5).
Hayward’s article (2006) concerns itself with Lukes’ view on the relationship between power and responsibility, and Morriss (2006) argues Lukes’ theory does not concern power at all as it concerns domination without capacity. However, both focus on the re-issue of Lukes’ book on power (Power: A radical
In this study there was no manipulation of the researcher. Research done naturally, by collecting data with an instrument. The results are statistically analyzed to look for differences in the variables studied. The author uses comparative method because as we can see, the writer compares the two different perceptions and critics coming from two different actors which are cultural relativist and feminist. The other method used by the author is Ethnographic method which is is a method used to interpret the cultural, social groups and a community system Ethnographic study aimed to describe ways of thinking, customs, languages, beliefs and behavior of life of a society(O’reilly, 2005).
Introduction to the topic Martin Heidegger (1889- 1976), an important 20th Century German philosopher is considered one of the most influential theorists. Heidegger’s work has extensive contribution in the fields of philosophy, theology and humanities which were important in the development of Phenomenology, Post Modernism and other related fields of knowledge. Many scholars reveal that Heidegger’s theories are difficult to interpret and understand. He is known to use difficult vocabulary, syntax, coin new words to explain complex concepts. Expounder is an individual who elucidates a concept, theory in detail.
Intertextuality-where one text makes explicit or implicit reference to other texts or textual systems—does not necessarily entail a rewriting project. While all counter-discourse is intertextual, not all intertextuality is counter-discursive. By definition, counterdiscourse actively works to destabilise the power structures of the originary text rather than simply to acknowledge its influence. Such discourse tends to target imposed canonical traditions rather than pre-existing master narratives which ‘belong’ to the colonised culture. Hence, when Vijay Mishra comments that ‘we may indeed claim that all Indian literary, filmic and theatrical texts endlessly rewrite The Mahabharata’ (1991:195), he is using ‘rewriting’ less as a marker of counter-discourse than of intertextuality: all other narratives in India have as context and influence The Mahabharata but the master text itself is not particularly targeted for strategic reform.
Though the author does not provide a bibliography, he arranges for the sources of the articles in details as footnotes which proves to be of immense help for academic purposes. The author is objective and impartial in his judgement and his article deals seriously with the various nuances of the opera and play. The gender power-struggle is clearly indicative of
This article is written by two American people who in some cases might not have any relevance to the South African technological advancements. The other limitation in this article would be the lack of opinion and humanly thinking in the article, which makes it harder for the research task to relate to the article as the research task involves human perceptions and views. Validity: This source is suitable because it give the general facts of technology and the perceptions and impacts in performance of learners and the adaptability and teaching of teachers. This fits in with the topic chosen which means that it is valid for this research task. It also contains one of the aims in the research
Before reviewing literature, in order to determine the status of our research in the literature, it is necessary to discuss about previous studies that have addressed the role of storytelling in management and leadership. Storytelling already plays an important role for organizations and their leaders and many theorists and researchers highlighted the value of storytelling (Gill, 2014). Management scholars have recognized story and narrative’s role in culture (Hyde, 2008; Rindfleish, Sheridan and Kjeldal, 2009; Boje and Baskin. 2011; Ohara and Cherniss, 2012), teaching (Phillips, 1995; Boston, 2103), sharing knowledge (Lerner, 1992; Sole and Wilson, 1999; Tobin and Snyman, 2008), communication (Kirsch, 2004; Mittins, Abratt and Christie, 2011;
MY PERSONAL IDENTITY In recent years, scholars working in respects of social science and humanities disciplines have taken an intense interest in “identity”. It has been considered as one of the most controversial and abstract things because of its broad covering scale. In terms of the degree, the nature of identity is presently used in three linked senses, which may be termed “cultural”, “social” and “personal”. My writing would mainly focus on making clarification of my own “personal identity” concept after achieving the inside knowledge in intercultural communication course. Many of the great philosophers and scholars such as Harold Noonan, Phillip Gleason and Erik H Erikson in the past raised awareness of the same question during their