Ends Of Assimilation

Author: John Alba Cutler
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0190210125
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Ends of Assimilation examines how Chicano literature imagines the conditions and costs of cultural change, arguing that its thematic preoccupation with assimilation illuminates the function of literature.

World As Event

Author: Brian John
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773562192
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While others have also been aware of European and American developments,
Tomlinson, perhaps more than any other contemporary British poet, has
assimilated them to his own poetic ends. That assimilation has been responsible
in large part for persistent British suspicion and unwilling— ness to grant him the
same status and acceptance he has achieved elsewhere. Yet, despite his
internationalism, Tomlinson is essentially tradi— tional and conservative in
character and spirit: his ...

Die Co2 Assimilation The Assimilation Of Carbon Dioxide

Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3642947980
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Black dots - correspond to the ends of dark intervals; circles, to well established.
These data have also light intervals. been discussed in detail by RABINOwTTCH
(pps. 483–506, 1487–1507). In the study of this phenomenon, steady-state
changes in transmissivity are produced by relatively intense cross-illumination
and are measured with a sensitive differential photometer, using a scanning
beam of approximately monochromatic light. The effectis small, but is somewhat
larger for ...

Freud And Moses

Author: Emanuel Rice, M.D.
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438417241
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Rozenblit, in her historical study of the assimilation of Jews in Vienna, follows the
formulation of Gordon in his sociological study of assimilation among American
Jews. Gordon views the phenomenon of assimilation as a continuum or spectrum
. It begins with the process of acculturation, i.e., the adoption of the economic,
political and cultural patterns of the majority group while one's friendships, marital
choices and family relationships continue to exist within the minority group. The
end ...

England Under The Norman And Angevin Kings

Author: Robert Bartlett
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192547372
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Professor Bartlett describes their conflicts, and their preoccupations - the sense of honour, the role of violence, and the glitter of tournament, heraldry, and Arthurian romance.

The Dramatic Writer S Companion

Author: Will Dunne
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226172554
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You may need to search deeper to find something positive within the character's
negative behavior. Norman's murders were heinous acts, but suggest a good son
who has heeded his mother's teachings about justice, family, and traditional
sexual mores. Keeping her corpse implies that, despite his transgressions, he
can be loving and loyal to the end. His assimilation of her personality shows that
he is creative (he has devised a unique way to preserve her) and generous (he is
willing ...

Communication And Management At Work

Author: T. Klikauer
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230210899
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The task is the assimilation of the self with a company. All secondary socialisation
strategies are instrumental-rational, providing communicative tools directed
towards a goal under a means (secondary Socialisation) – ends (assimilation)
dictum. The goal is the assimilation of the newcomer. ASSimilation is achieved
when a newcomer has become an integral part of the Corporation and an
individual-organisational relationship has been accomplished. Common to all
socialisation ...


Author: James Stryker
Publisher: Pan
ISBN: 1760302481
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She was far away, this woman he'd been.

Indifferent Inclusion

Author: Russell McGregor
Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press
ISBN: 0855757795
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The fact that the ILO espoused assimilation and the elevation ofprimitive peoples
into modernity does not, however, mean that it sanctioned any and every strategy
aimed at those ends. Assimilation and progress were to be achieved by means
compatible with other UN ideals concerning human rights and respect for human
dignity. Reconciling these objectives and ideals was not always easy.
International protocols on rights, propounded by different bodies for diverse
purposes in ...

English Words

Author: Robert Stockwell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521793629
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A third possibility, which voices [s] to [z] across an inserted vowel, is the
pronunciation of the plural and the third person singular inflexions as a separate
syllable, [-iz] or [-az]. The syllabic allomorph appears after alveolar and palatal
fricatives and affricates [s, z, s, z, c, j]: masses, quizzes, dishes, garages, hatches,
ledges. Assimilation from left to right affects also the morpheme that represents
past tense, usually spelled -ed. Thus racked ends with [-kt], but bragged ends
with [-gd]. A third ...