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Representation and the Text

Re-Framing the Narrative Voice
  • 321 Pages
  • 3.79 MB
  • 8204 Downloads
  • English

State University of New York Press
Literature: History & Criticism, Reading Skills, Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy, 20th Century Literature - History And Criticism, Rhetoric (General), Semiotics & Theory, Literary Criticism, Point of view (Literature), Education, Narration (Rhetoric), Composition & Creative Writing - General, Teaching Methods & Materials - Classroom Planning, 20th century, History and criticism, Literature, M
ContributionsWilliam G. Tierney (Editor), Yvonna S. Lincoln (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7801889M
ISBN 100791434710
ISBN 139780791434710

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The second edition of Representation should enable it to speak to new generations of students and to continue to serve as the authoritative introduction to the theories and politics of meaning and representation in cultural studies. Anyone interested in these matters, whether student, teacher or simply curious intellect, will be glad for the time spent reading this book/5(4).

This book does finite group representation theory and goes quite in depth with it (including some mention of the case where Maschke's theorem does not hold). I believe it is intended for a graduate course but I personally feel like it is a book an undergraduate can also grow into. This broad-ranging text offers a comprehensive outline of how visual images, language and discourse work as `systems of representation'.

Individual chapters explore: representation as a signifying practice in a rich diversity of social contexts and institutional sites; the use of photography in the construction of national identity and culture; other cultures in ethnographic museums; fantasies /5(3).

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This book brings together linguistics and psycholinguistics. Text representation is considered a cognitive entity: a mental construct that plays a crucial role in both text production and text focus is on referential and relational coherence and the role of linguistic characteristics as processing instructions from a text linguistic and discourse psychology point of view.

Knowledge Representation is well-written and interesting. The book covers a very wide range of topics in order to analyze the forms of representation they use and to identify the advantages and disadvantages of each form. It is unique in both its coverage and its perspective, which make for a fresh approach to the study of how knowledge is Cited by: The World As Will And Idea By Arthur Schopenhauer Translated From The German By R.

Haldane, M.A. And J. Kemp, M.A. Vol.

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Containing Four Books. “Ob nicht Natur zuletzt sich doch ergünde?”—GOETHE Seventh Edition. The final fbrai of the text is the joiiitresponsibilily of chapter authors, book editors and course team commentaíors. The books are parí of The Opea Universiiy course D Culture, Media and Identities.

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The World as Will and Representation (WWR; German: Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, WWV) is the central work of the German philosopher Arthur first edition was published in latewith the date on the title-page.

A second, two-volume edition appeared in volume one was an edited version of the edition, while volume two consisted of commentary on the ideas Author: Arthur Schopenhauer. A separate part of the book is devoted to each of these areas and they are all treated in sufficient depth to enable and hopefully entice the reader to pursue research in representation theory.

The book is intended as a textbook for a course on representation theory, which could immediately follow the standard graduate abstract algebra course. The second edition of Representation should enable it to speak to new generations of students and to continue to serve as the authoritative introduction to the theories and politics of meaning and representation in cultural studies.

Anyone interested in these matters, whether student, teacher or simply curious intellect, will be glad for the time spent reading this book.