Cogna/Te/Do/To: How To Use Cognates In English, Spanish, And Portuguese, 2018 Iowa State University
Cogna/Te/Do/To: How To Use Cognates In English, Spanish, And Portuguese, Nancy A. Acosta
This creative component introduces the concept of cognates and false cognates through sequential art. This guide on cognates leads the reader through a fictional society whose core philosophy is centered around languages and the preservation of any that they come across. By using storytelling elements present both in comic book work (sound effects, emotive characters, sequential order) and in graphic design (information hierarchy, semiotics), the story builds a connection between the material and the reader. Cognates here can be a tool for English speakers to acquire vocabulary of Spanish and Portuguese. With the main character of an ex-astronaut, who was ...
Dimensions Of Online/Offline Social Communication: An Extension Of The Hyperpersonal Model, 2018 Cleveland State University
Dimensions Of Online/Offline Social Communication: An Extension Of The Hyperpersonal Model, Devin Joseph Kelly
With the rise of technology it becomes important to measure and analyze the communication patterns that are emerging from these changes. Technologies open up different communication patterns for individuals to use (Tomas & Carlson 2015; Walther, 1996; Wei & Leung, 1999). Thus, this study develops the “ASOHIO” perspective, which incorporates a range of new and old communication patterns, online communication, offline communication, synchronous communication, asynchronous communication, interpersonal communication, and hyperpersonal communication. This work also looks to extend the hyperpersonal model greatly by developing an actual multi-item scale to measure the construct at the individual level. Walther’s (1996) basic description of hyperpersonal communication breaks ...
Dorothy Moser Medlin Papers - Accession 1049, 2018 Winthrop University
Dorothy Moser Medlin Papers - Accession 1049, Dorothy Moser Medlin
(The Dorothy Moser Medlin Papers are currently in processing.)
This collection contains most of the records of Dorothy Medlin’s work and correspondence and also includes reference materials, notes, microfilm, photographic negatives related both to her professional and personal life. Additions include a FLES Handbook, co-authored by Dorothy Medlin and a decorative mirror belonging to Dorothy Medlin.
Major series in this collection include: some original 18th century writings and ephemera and primary source material of André Morellet, extensive collection of secondary material on André Morellet's writings and translations, Winthrop related files, literary manuscripts and notes by Dorothy Medlin (1966-2011 ...
The Progressive Distribution Of Sentences Containing Relative Clauses In Japanese Textbooks Of English, 2018 Marshall University
The Progressive Distribution Of Sentences Containing Relative Clauses In Japanese Textbooks Of English, Risa Nakagawa
Theses, Dissertations and Capstones
Relative clauses have been researched and found to be one of the more difficult English grammar items for people who speak English as a Second Language (henceforth, ESL) and people who use English as a Foreign Language (henceforth, EFL). In particular, objective relative clauses are one of the most challenging items for English learners. (Gibson, 1998; Gordon, Hendrick, & Johnson, 2001; Mellow, 2006; Hawkins, 1994; King & Just, 1991; Otsuka & Aburai, 2003). By examining the frequency of subjective and objective relative clauses in six English textbooks which are being used in middle schools and high schools in Japan, the efficacy of the textbooks in exposing learners to these grammar points was clarified: subject relative clauses appear in 3 sentences out of 659 (0.4%) in middle schoolers’ textbooks and in 102 sentences out of 1835 (5.5%) in high schoolers’ textbooks. Object relative clauses appear in three sentences out of 659 (0.4%) in middle schoolers’ textbooks and in 29 sentences out of 1835 (1.5%) in high schoolers’ textbooks. These percentages showed the lack of example sentences in those textbooks, especially the frequency of object relative clauses in both types of schools, even if learners’ comprehension of object relatives has been marked lower than other grammar (Otsuka & Aburai, 2003; Hidai, Matsumoto, Takahashi, Suzuki, Oda, Enomoto & Tanji, 2012). Based on these data, it was discovered that the textbooks’ publishing company should add more subject and object relative clause sentences in order to provide enough examples to ...
A Meaning-Based Approach To The Language Of The Toefl Test And Japanese Efl Textbooks: A Functional Analysis Of Patterns Of Lexico-Grammatical Meanings And Structures, Koshin Fukuyoshi
Theses, Dissertations and Capstones
The primary objective of this research project is to show varying degrees of textual and semantic contributions that semantic density and grammatical metaphors make in the way that TOEFL iBT reading sections and Japanese EFL textbooks are used. This research is conducted from two theoretical perspectives within the theory of Systemic Functional Linguistics. The first analysis is to investigate logical and semantic relationships within clause complexes in order to identify structural variations and their textual distributions. The second analysis focuses on the use of ideational and interpersonal grammatical metaphors and on the way that they further compact or untangle textual ...
Hong Kong Literature In Translation Since The 2000s, 2018 Hong Kong Baptist University
Hong Kong Literature In Translation Since The 2000s, Yim Na Ng
Library Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research
The debut of the first Hong Kong literary periodical Companion in 1928 marked the beginning of Hong Kong literature. Continually thriving over decades, the literature attracted greater attention only in the recent 30 years in the local and Sinophone literary world. Globally, this young literature is still remaining in a peripheral position in the constellation of world literary works.
This paper briefly introduces the development of Hong Kong literature. An analytical exploration of the translations of Hong Kong literature since the 2000s is offered, examining the source texts’ authors and genres, the target texts’ languages, and the mediums of publishing ...
Farsi Translation Of 'Who’S Afraid Of Multilingual Education?', 2018 University of Dayton
Farsi Translation Of 'Who’S Afraid Of Multilingual Education?', Amir Kalan
Books and Book Chapters by University of Dayton Faculty
This is a Farsi translation of Amir Kalan's book; the translator is Hiwa Weisi, Razi University. Cover design: Arian Azizi
316 pages. File is available for download in consecutive single pages. Supplemental file has the pages imposed for 2-sided, 2-up printing and binding on A3 paper. If a reader opts for print-on-demand, the finished page size is 234 x 156 mm.
Description: More than 70 languages are spoken in contemporary Iran, yet all governmental correspondence and educational textbooks must be written in Farsi. To date, the Iranian mother tongue debate has remained far from the international scholarly exchanges of ...
A Study Of The Hebrew Infinitive Absolute And Its Translation In The Lxx Of The Pentateuch, 2018 Ouachita Baptist University
A Study Of The Hebrew Infinitive Absolute And Its Translation In The Lxx Of The Pentateuch, Taylor Bascue
Translation and textual criticism are two closely related fields. When translating from the original language of the Biblical text there are places variant readings occur between manuscripts. In these places the textual variant may have an impact on how those passages are translated. The translator must interact with these textual variants in order to make a decision as to which reading seems original. One area in which these two fields overlap is in the study of the Septuagint (LXX). This ancient translation is useful for textual criticism in that it provides a text that pre-dates some of the earliest manuscripts ...
Silence In The Stars, 2018 University of Iowa
Silence In The Stars, Taylor Claman
Honors Theses at the University of Iowa
This honors project is a feature length film that explores the concept of friendship and adversity. There are themes of race, loss, absence, adolescence and young love. The main character, Pim, loses her brother at a young age, and his absence affects her life even four years later, where the story takes place. As Pim and Marisol bond over their shared hardship, Pim learns to open up and allow herself happiness as she starts to heal from the impact of her brother's death on her life.
In Search Of Communication, 2018 Georgia Southern University
In Search Of Communication, Usman O. Oladeinde
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This thesis examines the work included in Usman Oladeinde’s MFA thesis exhibition. The goal of this thesis paper is to explore major themes such as communication, identity, change, centeredness, landscapes, and language. These paintings present Arabic letter forms transformed into illegible shapes which are painted on landscape backgrounds, often depicting an aesthetic of textual elements receding into space. All these works are inspired by the Qibla, which is represented in the abstract and painted using acrylic media. Occasionally image transfers are mounted on the painted surface.
Visual representations like mine are communicative without forcing the viewer to one specific ...
Sofia Coppola, Lost In Translation (2003), 2017 Meiji University
Sofia Coppola, Lost In Translation (2003), Masaaki Takemura
Markets, Globalization & Development Review
No abstract provided.
A Study Of The Nature And Impact Of Shona And Chinese Rhyming Words/Phrases, 2017 University of Zimbabwe, Confucius Institute
A Study Of The Nature And Impact Of Shona And Chinese Rhyming Words/Phrases, Herbert Mushangwe, Muchinei Musona
Chinese Language Teaching Methodology and Technology
Pairs of rhyming words/phrases in Chinese and Shona were investigated in an attempt to bring out the effect of such words to the teaching and learning of Chinese language. The pairs were grouped in accordance to their effects and nature of relationship. The selection of the words was based on samples obtained during classroom teaching. Students’ reaction to Chinese words automatically tells the story of the effect of such rhyming words. For instance, for embarrassing rhyming words learners naturally shy out to pronounce the words or they laugh instead of imitating the teacher. It is clear that the study ...
Digital Resources For Scottish Neo-Latin Literature, 2017 National Library of Scotland
Digital Resources For Scottish Neo-Latin Literature, Ralph Mclean
Studies in Scottish Literature
Provides an annotated guide to the Scottish neo-Latin texts and translations now available in two major digital projects, the Philological Museum (University of Birmingham) and Bridging the Continental Divide (University of Glasgow), with briefer notes on other related print and digital resources, commenting on the importance of fully-annotated editorial and translation projects now fewer students and researchers can tackle such texts in the original Latin.
To Fabullus (Invitation) By Catullus, 2017 Barnet and Southgate College, London
To Fabullus (Invitation) By Catullus, Ranald A. Barnicot
Translated from Latin by Ranald Barnicot
In Jerusalem By Tamim Al-Barghouti, 2017 University of Alberta
In Jerusalem By Tamim Al-Barghouti, Houssem Ben Lazreg
Translated from Arabic by Houssem Ben Lazreg
Untitled Nonsense, She, And Contradictions By Yoshihara Sachiko, 2017 The Australian National University
Untitled Nonsense, She, And Contradictions By Yoshihara Sachiko, Carol Hayes, Rina Kikuchi
Translated by Carol Hayes and Rina Kikuchi from Japanese
Asl: A Visual Language, 2017 Molloy College
Asl: A Visual Language, Laura L. Wood Ph.D., Lmhc, Rdt_Bct, Miako Villanueva, Deanna Twain
Laura L. Wood
This chapter outlines the main concepts in the linguistic study of American Sign Language (ASL), a language used by deaf people in the United States and a large part of Canada. While the study of languages has been around for centuries, the vast majority of research has focused on spoken languages; approaching the signs used by deaf people as full-fledged, natural languages in their own right and therefore equally worthy of linguistic study is a relatively new concept. The first documented linguistic studies of signed language in the United States were carried out in the late 1950s and early 1960s ...
Producing "Fabulous": Commodification And Ethnicity In Hair Braiding Salons, 2017 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
Producing "Fabulous": Commodification And Ethnicity In Hair Braiding Salons, Sylviane Ngandu-Kalenga Greensword
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
Black women wearing fabulous braids are a striking feature of the Afro-diasporic cultural landscape. However, the braiders and salon owners who enable this aesthetic engineering are seldom acknowledged. This dissertation investigates the experience and role of Caribbean and West and Central African women in the hair braiding industry, a rapidly growing business in the U.S. I address the complexity of these women’s multiple social roles and the multiple consciousness (King, 1988) associated with their demographic characteristics (color, ethnicity, gender, nationality, and immigrant status). The commonalities between the braiders and their mostly African American customers contrast vividly with their ...
The Syrian Refugee Crisis And The European Union: A Case Study Of Germany And Hungary, 2017 Florida International University
The Syrian Refugee Crisis And The European Union: A Case Study Of Germany And Hungary, Simone-Ariane Schelb
FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This thesis explores the impact of the Syrian refugee crisis on the Common European Asylum System. It evaluates the extent to which the European Union was able to implement a common asylum system, identifies discrepancies between different European countries, primarily Germany and Hungary, and briefly examines the roots of these differences. To this end, the structure of the international refugee protection regime and the German and Hungarian asylum systems are analyzed. Furthermore, the thesis explores how the governments of the two countries perceive the rights of refugees and how their views have affected their handling of the crisis. The case ...
Melodic Language And Linguistic Melodies: Singing In Tone Languages, 2017 Morehouse College
Melodic Language And Linguistic Melodies: Singing In Tone Languages, Aaron Carter-Enyi
Africana Digital Ethnography Project
Approximately 60% of the world’s languages are tonal, wherein alterations of pitch change the meaning of words. Two-syllable words in Yorùbá can have as many as five separate meanings, and single- syllable words in Mandarin up to four. Among tone-language speakers, acute pitch sensitivity is developed at an early age as part of language acquisition. The result is that speakers of tone languages are generally more sensitive to pitch than stress-language speakers. For speakers of stress languages, it is difficult to conceive of this other aurality, in which sound is perceived in a different way. But music holds the ...