The Difference between Language and Dialect

By on February 15th, 2021 in Dialect

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Abstract: This paper aims to probe into the study of language and dialect in the field of sociolinguistics. Part 1 is a general introduction to the issues being covered in the paper. Part 2 centers on the analysis of certain criteria that probably could be applied as to differentiate a language from a dialect. Part […]

Cebuano Dialect

By on January 15th, 2021 in Dialect

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Rationale: The Cebuano language is widely spoken in the Philippines. It is the primary language of approximately 15 million people living in the central part of the country. The Cebuano people have been using a single dialect but with different accent, pronunciation, meaning, and the way they deliver it. Cebuano is the language spoken in […]

Japanese has many local dialects. The two dialects with the largest number of speakers are the eastern and western dialects. The eastern dialect is called “Tokyo ben” which is equivalent to standard Japanese and the western dialect is called “Kansai ben” which is spoken in western Japan such as Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe. There are […]

A Discussion on the Dialectical in Hero

By on December 15th, 2020 in Dialect

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Discuss the usefulness of the idea of the ‘dialectical’ with regard to any of the texts on this module. ‘Dialectic’ refers to the dialogue between two or more positions, holding different perspectives about a subject, who wish to establish the truth of the matter by dialogue with reasoned arguments. It may be postulated that Hero […]

Mini Dialectic Journal

By on December 1st, 2020 in Dialect

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This old lore I had forgotten; else I was not here. In the first scene, we see Teiresias brought in front of Oedipus to talk about the prophecy. He knows the true identity of the King, but feels like it is a burden for him to know it at all. He knows that it wouldn’t […]

Master-Slave Dialectic Hegel and Fanon Views

By on November 6th, 2020 in Dialect

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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Master slave relationship and dialectic Fanon – Black Skin White Masks Black Skin and Hegel Self Consciousness “In this experience self-consciousness learns that life is essential to it as pure self-consciousness. One (self-consciousness) is self-sufficient; for it, its essence is being-for-itself. The other is non-self-sufficient, for it, life, that is, being for […]