نتایج جستجو برای intercultural rhetoric

تعداد نتایج: 3489  

2013
Jack M. Balkin,

terms. Tuttle v. Atlantic City Railroad Co. 60 and Mauney v. Gulf Refining Co. 6 involve the foreseeability of a plaintiff's frightened response to a defendant's negligence. In Tuttle, one of defendant railroad's cars 60 66 N.J.L. 327, 49 A. 450 (1901). 61 193 Miss. 421, 9 So. 2d 780 (1942). 1990]

2004
Ryuko Kubota, Al Lehner,

A traditional approach to contrastive rhetoric has emphasized cultural difference in rhetorical patterns among various languages. Despite its laudable pedagogical intentions to raise teachers’ and students’ cultural and rhetorical awareness in second language writing, traditional contrastive rhetoric has perpetuated static binaries between English and other languages and viewed students as cult...

2006
Andrew Murray,

Introduction. This paper constitutes merely an initial exploration into the field of rhetoric, a field that is quite new to me. Its stimulus was the realization, while working with Aquinas, of how rhetorical some of his arguments were despite his apparent rejection of rhetoric. 1 A little reading indicated the perilous state of the relationship between philosophy and rhetoric. Yet the practice ...

2004
Thomas J. Froehlich,

Rafael Capurro calls for an intercultural information ethics that radically challenges its Eurocentric, Greek philosophical roots and grapples with and validates cultural diversity. One of the voices that must be included in this project is that of feminism, both within and outside of Western culture. While there are a variety of feminist issues and approaches to feminism, embracing the natural...

2006
Kristiina Jokinen, Graham Wilcock,

In this paper we discuss intercultural communication using the notions of high-context and low-context cultures. Using examples from English and Finnish conversations, we exemplify dialogue strategies and relative speaker and hearer responsibilities via three conversational aspects: anaphoric references, topic introduction, and disjunctive questions. The examples show different interpretations ...

2007
Klaus A. Kuhn, Tze-Yun Leong,

oortals. etc. It is an umbrella term covering two areas: Health informatics is o signifirant contribution to health care. It pmvides health prof~sionals with powerful technologies to enhance their pe$ormance in caring for patients. The introduction of health informatics has added a new dimension in the health discourse. Howeve,: there ore also issues andpmblems which are associated with health ...

2010
Mingxin Li,

The phenomenon of intercultural communication has been the subject of a great deal of research in the field of ESL education; however, the research has been primarily focused on the incorporation of target culture in foreign language curriculum. Starting with the current situation of cultural awareness, this paper stresses the importance of establishing cultural subjectivity so as to adopt the ...

2004
C. H. Patterson,

Warren Weaver, a biological scientist, wrote that. “..... as man’s control of his environment has proceeded... he has progressively uncovered more and unifying principles which accept the ever increasing variety, but recognize and underlying unity. He has, in short, discovered the many and the one.... The diversity....a surface phenomenon. When one looks underneath and within, the universal uni...

Journal: :European journal of public health 2002
Joke C M van Wieringen, Johannes A M Harmsen, Marc A Bruijnzeels,

BACKGROUND Little is known about the causes of problems in communication between health care professionals and ethnic-minority patients. Not only language difficulties, but also cultural differences may result in these problems. This study explores the influence of communication and patient beliefs about health (care) and disease on understanding and compliance of native-born and ethnic-minorit...

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