In section 3, we describe how corpus analysis techniques can be used to analyze larger samples of audio description and develop a preliminary classification of ways in which describers
convey information about characters' mental states.
He trained as a describer
via a program under the auspices of the Bay State Council for the Blind with Wheelock Family Theatre.
AD standards recommend that audio describers
do not spoon-feed information that can be inferred from dialogue to the audience who is visually impaired, but instead allow them to interpret characters' emotions themselves (American Council of the Blind, 2009; Szymanska & Strzymmski, 2010).
The evaluated characteristics had been affected through morphological describers
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The images are acquired through the intermede of two cameras CCD (CV1 and CV2) and transmitted to a calculus system (SC), which is to convey comends to the execution fields of the installation via a command circuit (CCM) of the engines, after taking out the shape describers
and assessing them.
Following Eva Babits's terminology, I will refer to the class of describeds as view or layer A, and to the class of describers
as vision or layer B.
When does the describer
find time within the performance to commentate on what's going on?
The acknowledged role of the nervous system implies that the verbalization of my experiences must be something more than a mere depiction or simple description since I, as the subject, am not merely a passive describer
as held in the depictional view, but rather I am an active subject--an evaluator (6)--a processing unit as the subject processes the sense data using my belief system.
In their work as describers
and prescribers, and in their narrating of exemplary stories, most of these young men shared broader concerns about the present and future strength of American masculinity.
He noted, however, that this correlation was not due to better describers
being better identifiers.
As some of the original describers
The course, for people aged 18 and over, is free and is fully accessible with BSL interpreters and audio describers
Chapter 13 describers
the Hydrofoil Impeller and provides detailed examples and calculations.
invited the patrons to an onstage Touch Tour of the set, where participants were also encouraged to feel the costumes and props.
They also acknowledge that in addition to these there are kinds of happiness and varieties of pleasures which the description of the describers
cannot encompass, for they are things that no eye has seen and no ear has heard and that never even occurred to the heart of a human.