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In this paper I have argued that the derivation of female personal nouns in Dutch by suffixation does not provide evidence for a paradigmatic organisation of wordformation (contra Van Marle 1985).
In Sonia Livingstone's fine concluding chapter, participation is presented as the latest paradigmatic shift in audience research--albeit one that contains a variety of forms: participation in family life or in subcultural communities as members of a social group, for example, as well as political participation as citizens or activists in formal campaigns, protest movements, and otherwise active in the public sphere constituted and constrained by new media environments.
Further, we explored paradigmatic preferences to determine whether a disconnect existed between the organization and its Extension professionals' perceptions towards agriculture.
The imposition of the paradigmatic can be seen in what is perhaps the most basic language technology, writing.
Austin, as the paradigmatic performative speech act is in itself consequential (beyond the obvious consequence that one shortly becomes a married person after uttering these words in a wedding ceremony).
of Waterloo, Canada) introduces senior undergraduate students to the Standard Model of Particle Physics, which is currently the paradigmatic model that presently encompasses all of our empirical knowledge about particle physics.
On the Chinese side, he lines up chapters on Xunzi and Zhu Xi, two paradigmatic Confucian philosophers, along with a chapter focused on the equally paradigmatic Taoist text Liezi.
In each of the following chapters, Gillespie devotes his attention to an overall theme, discourses on several films, and culminates with the lengthy paradigmatic reading of a recent film.
The association of Helicobacter pylori (Hp) infection with gastric cancer is well known and might be considered a paradigmatic example of the role that interaction among environmental factors and individual background might play in inducing age- associated disease.
Scientists in the paradigmatic disciplines like physics tend to display lower rates of psychopathology than do those in the non-paradigmatic disciplines like psychology.
According to Wolter (2001), the responses of prompt words in word association experiment can be classified into three types: paradigmatic response, syntagmatic and clang responses.
In sum, while Paul's conversion is likely the most atypical in the history of the church, what follows is paradigmatic for the faithful of all times and places: the death of the old and the birth of the new, all in Christ.
It is, however, neither the endless permutations of the idea of a common descent nor its paradigmatic force in directing scientific research but its global reach that has made this radical recasting of biological systems a fundamental force defining the way millions of human beings conceive their relationship with the cosmos and its Creator.
Inferiority Myths" (Randolph Meade Walker); examines "Africa, African-Americans and Eurocentric Diffusion" (Charles Jackson); documents "The Utility of Africa in the Black American Struggle: A Paradigmatic Analysis (Tunde Adeleke); explores "Rebuilding Continental-Diaspora African Relations: An Examination of Path-Breaking Trends in Governmental, Pan-African and Educational Linkages" (Victor Okafor); and concludes with "Losing Ground: Historically Black Colleges/University & International Education (Violett Baffour).