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Six Discourses of Lacanian Psychoanalysis 100%

The Six Discourses of Lacanian Psychoanalysis:


Net Neutrality Model Framework and Its Application 89%

Chapter 8 A Discourse-Principle Approach to Net Neutrality Policymaking:


Bhagvad -Gita Treatise of self-help by BS Murthy 74%

Needless to say, the innumerable commentaries on the Gita that appear in print or get voiced in discourses invariably come from people with religio-spiritual orientation.


Translingua conference programme (1) 73%

Translation and Specialized Discourses SESSION C:


ContentServer.asp-10 72%

The aesthetic discourse space of popular music:


YoungFreudiansFall (1) 69%

 The  task  of  the  theoretician  can  no  longer  be  concerned  with  a   radically  original  creation  ex  nihilo—as  perhaps  Freud  was—but  with  the  taking  up  of   another’s  voice  in  order  to  situate  new  meanings  in  the  hollows  left  by  the  reverberation  of   these  discourses  on  the  surfaces  of  different  individuals  and  histories.


Mediating Existence.docx 68%

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Simon Fern Dissertation 68%

The Barbary War in public discourses, 2001 – 2017.


Layton 2011 su Marla Singer 66%

Drawing on media theories that suggest that dominant discourses are always contested by subordinate discourses that circulate in culture, Bainbridge and Yates theorize that, although there has been a general shift toward filmic representations of men who express their emotions, representations of masculinity exist on a continuum.


Aiken Aristotle&Heidegger 1991 64%

Essence and Existence, Transcendentalism and Phenomenalism:


wattenbergCV 63%

This course focused on providing students with the skills to write cohesive analytical and argumentative papers, to adapt writing for varying discourses and genres, and to understand rhetorical strategies in relation to social and cultural context.


Heilig5060Syllabus 62%

Improve rhetorical sophistication by learning to make choices as composers and by developing their abilities • to discern different situations, aims, and purposes in composition • to use different modes of inquiry, development, and presentation in composition • to modulate their voices, diction, and style according to different rhetorical situations • to develop in points, judgments and critical perspectives coherently with appropriate support and evidence • to respond to, evaluate, and revise their own and others’ composition Develop their abilities to engage critically with various kinds of discourses, texts, and information learning • to describe, summarize, and analyze discourse, texts, and information accurately • to develop critical strategies for researching, evaluating, interpreting, and documenting various discourse, texts, and information • to use researched material for support and evidence in analytical and rhetorical composition Acquire digital literacy skills, allowing students to • use a variety of technology tools to collaborate, compose, and revise • use a variety of digital and multimedia sources critically • understand that images, sounds, and animations—in addition to words—constitute the building blocks of 21st century communication In addition to developing skills and abilities in reading, writing, digital literacy, and critical thinking, students will learn how language informs or affects our understanding of human values, cultural perspectives or interrelatedness of disciplines.