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The Microsoft 70-680 Certification Exam

Posted on 26 December 2013

The Microsoft 70-680 Certification Exam Every one of the Microsoft certification exams offered is valuable in the job market, but the 70-680 exam is particularly valuable in the current employment arena as it covers the Windows 7 OS and the configuration methodologies employed by IT professionals in this widely utilized operating system.  The 70-680 Microsoft […] Continue Reading

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Critical Discourse Analysis

Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis (FCDA)

Posted on 08 July 2013

Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis (FCDA) The goal of feminist Critical Discourse Analysis (FCDA) research, therefore, is to appear the complicated, simple, and sometimes not so simple, methods in which regularly obtained-for-allocated gendered presumptions and hegemonic energy interaction are discursive created, continual, mentioned, and pushed in different situations and cultural contexts. Such a new is not […] Continue Reading

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Critical Discourse Analysis

Critical Discourse Analysis

Posted on 08 July 2013

Critical Discourse Analysis Van Dijk (1998a) states that Critical Discourse Analysis, (CDA), is a area that is involved with learning and assessing published and verbal text messages to expose the discursive resources of capability, popularity, inequality and prejudice.  It investigates how these discursive resources are managed and duplicated within particular public, governmental and traditional situations.  […] Continue Reading

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Themes in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus

Posted on 01 July 2013

Themes in Doctor Faustus Themes are the universal and fundamental ideas presented in a literary work. There are lots of significant themes in Doctor Faustus. Flesh and Spirit The conflict between flash and spirit is strongly depicted in Doctor Faustus. Flash is related with human body lust and desires while spirit deals with religion and […] Continue Reading

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What is Plagiarism?

Posted on 01 June 2013

What is Plagiarism? Etymology of the word “plagiarism” In the 1st century, the use of the Latin word plagiarius (literally kidnapper), to denote someone stealing someone else’s work, was pioneered by Roman poet Martial, who complained that another poet had “kidnapped his verses.” This use of the word was introduced into English in 1601 by dramatist Ben Jonson, to describe […] Continue Reading

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Critical Discourse Analysis

Critical Discourse Analysis on AIOU’S Slogan

Posted on 18 May 2013

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