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Culture during the Cold War

The cold war was reflected in culture through music, movies, books, television and other media, as well as sports and social beliefs and behavior. One of the most important elements of the cold war was the threat of nuclear war, the Other was spy ...

                                               

Elegant decay

Elegant decay cultural agreement, which in some places, and structures, become gradually more elegant, notable or beautiful as they decay, or break down, because of their historical, architectural or cultural significance. Although such reverence ...

                                               

Eranos

For the town in Armenia, see Yeranos. Eranos is an intellectual discussion group dedicated to Humanities and religious studies, and natural Sciences, which annually met in Moscia, Collegio Pontifical College axons and Monte Verita in Ascona, Swit ...

                                               

Europe and the People Without History

Europe and the people without history is a book by anthropologist Eric Wolf. First published in 1982, it focuses on the extension of European societies in the modern era. "Europe and the people without history" is history written on a global scal ...

                                               

Hungarian Turanism

Hungarian Turanism is a diverse phenomenon, which revolves around the identification or Association of Hungarian history and people the history and peoples of Central Asia, Central Asia and the Urals. It includes many different conceptions and se ...

                                               

Hyperdiffusionism in archaeology

Hyperdiffusionism is a hypothesis suggesting that certain historical techniques or ideas that have occurred to one nation or civilization to their acceptance of other cultures. Thus, all great civilizations that share similar cultural practices s ...

                                               

Insect collecting

Collect insects belongs to the collection of insects and other arthropods for scientific study or as a hobby. Because most insects are small and most cannot be determined without consideration of minute morphological characters, entomologists oft ...

                                               

List of adoption dates of the Gregorian calendar per country

This is a list of dates of adoption of the Gregorian calendar in the country. For explanation, see Gregorian calendar. Unless otherwise stated, this concerns the transition from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar by the civil authorities. In re ...

                                               

List of cultural icons of England

This list of cultural icons of England is a list of people and things from any period, separately are considered to be cultural icons characteristic of England.

                                               

List of cultural icons of Japan

This is a list of cultural icons of Japan. It contains the most important symbols of Japan, including its national symbols and symbols associated with various aspects of the culture of Japan.

                                               

List of cultural icons of Russia

This is the list of cultural icons of Russia. It contains the most important symbols of Russia including its national symbols and symbols associated with various aspects of Russian culture.

                                               

Local history

Local history is the study of history in a geographically local conditions, and often concentrates on the local community. It includes cultural and social aspects of history. Local history is not just a national writ small history, but studies of ...

                                               

Maashaus

Maashaus is a spacious room, occupying the entire front part of the ground floor multi-storey Gothic or Renaissance town house. This room was used mainly for the supply of beer or other types of trade and crafts. It is not heated. He also worked ...

                                               

Menagerie

Menagerie is a collection of animals in captivity, frequently exotic, kept for display; or the place where such a collection is kept, the predecessor of the modern Zoological garden. This term was first used in the 17th century in France, with re ...

                                               

History of mentalities

The history of mentalities and the history of mentalites DES is the body of historical works aimed at description and analysis of the ways in which people in a given time period thought about, interacted, and included in the world around them, un ...

                                               

New Mormon history

New Mormon history refers to the style of reporting the history of Mormonism as a Mormon and non-Mormon scholars, which departs from earlier more polemical or religious styles in history. Instead of presenting material selectively to either prove ...

                                               

New World

New world-one of the names used for most of the lands of the Western hemisphere, particularly in North and South America and Oceania. The term originated in the early 16th century after Europeans landed in what would later be called America in th ...

                                               

Old World

The term Old world is used widely in the West to refer to Africa, Asia and Europe, regarded collectively as the part of the world it is known that its population before the contact with the new world.

                                               

Plant collecting

The collection of plants purchase of plants for the purposes of research, cultivation or as a hobby. Specimen plants can stay alive, but most often dried and pressed to preserve the quality of the sample. Plant gathering is an ancient practice, w ...

                                               

Psychobiography

Psychobiography aims to understand historically significant people, such as artists or political leaders, through the application of psychological theory and research. Through the merging of personality Psychology and historical facts, psychobiog ...

                                               

Psychohistory

The psychohistory is a mix of psychology, history and related social Sciences and Humanities. It examines the "why" of history, especially the difference between stated intention and actual behavior. Psychobiography, childhood, group dynamics, me ...

                                               

Ptolemy (name)

The name Ptolemy or may refer to: Ptolemy p. 100 ad – C. 170, Greek scholar and lexicographer, astronomer, geographer, historian, mathematician and astrologer. Ptolemy I Soter p. 367 BC – 283 / 2 BC, the Greco-Macedonian commander Alexander the g ...

                                               

History of scholarship

The history of science is the historical study areas of study which are not covered by the English term "science", but is covered, for example, the German term "science". Examples of the history of classical studies, the history of the study of r ...

                                               

History of Transcendental Meditation

The history of the transcendental meditation technique and the transcendental meditation movement originated with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of the organization, and continues to exist after his death. In 1955, Maharishi began publicly teachi ...

                                               

Travelling menagerie

A traveling menagerie was touring group of entertainers and animal handlers, who have visited cities and towns with the ordinary and exotic animals. The term "menagerie" was first used in the seventeenth century in France, is primarily used to re ...

                                               

Turanism

Turanism, which is also known as pan-Turanianism or pan-Turanism, is a nationalist political and cultural movement that originated in the 19th century to combat the effects of the pan-nationalist ideologies, pan-Germanism and pan-Slavism. It proc ...

                                               

History of modern Western subcultures

The term generation X or Generation X, popularized by Douglas Couplands novel generation X: tales for an accelerated culture, was used to describe the generation that followed the generation of the baby boom, or those who came into adulthood in t ...

                                               

Angelic tongues

Angelic tongues are the languages, according to some religious traditions, to be used of angels. It usually refers to sung praise in Second Temple period Jewish materials.

                                               

Artificial language

Artificial languages are languages usually very limited in size, which are formed in computer simulations between artificial agents, robot interactions or controlled psychological experiments with humans. They differ from artificial languages and ...

                                               

Closed-ended question

A closed question refers to any question for which the researcher provides the research participants with options from which to choose the answer. Closed questions sometimes sound like a statement that requires a response. Contrasts the closed qu ...

                                               

Constructed language

A planned language is a language whose phonology, grammar and vocabulary, instead of having developed naturally, consciously developed. Artificial languages may also be referred to as artificial languages, planned languages or invented languages, ...

                                               

Counterword

In counterword is a word such as "so" that is often used for the response in a reflex-like manner and because of this frequent use of rapidly acquired new, much less specific and much milder sense or meaningless or performs a completely new funct ...

                                               

Dialect

The term dialect is used in two different ways to denote two different types of linguistic phenomena: One usage refers to a variety of languages that characterize a particular group of speakers of languages. According to this definition, dialects ...

                                               

Ergative–absolutive language

Ergative–absolutive languages, ergative languages, or several languages, which have a certain distinctive pattern related to the subjects of the verbs. Examples include Basque, Georgian, Mayan, Tibetan, several Indo-European languages and, to som ...

                                               

Evolutionary psychology of language

Evolutionary psychology of language is the study of the evolutionary history of language as a psychological faculty within the discipline of evolutionary psychology. He makes the assumption that language is the result of Darwinian adaptation. The ...

                                               

Feminist language reform

Feminist language reform and feminist language planning refers to efforts, often the political and social movements to change how language is used for floor activities and ideas in individual and social level. This initiative was adopted in count ...

                                               

First language

First language, native language or mother / father / parent language is a language that people have been exposed since birth or during the critical period. In some countries, the term native language or native language refers to the language of t ...

                                               

Fluency

The process of learning a second language or "L2" among older learners differ from children in their working memory. Working memory is also connected to fluency, because it concerns automatic reactions, is vital for language acquisition. This occ ...

                                               

Imprecise language

Often, the informal, spoken language, "everyday language" is less precise than any more formal or academic languages. Language can be imprecise because it has one or more of the following: Accent – when using bold or italics is puzzling about tha ...

                                               

Information and media literacy

Information and media literacy enables people to show and to make informed judgments as users of information and media, as well as to become skillful creators and producers of information and communications media in their own right. Before 1990-i ...

                                               

Kuuk Thaayorre language

Kuuk Thaayorre is a Paman language spoken in the settlement Pormpuraaw on the Western part of the Peninsula of Cape York, Queensland, Australia Thaayorre people. As of 2006, 250 of the 350 ethnic Thaayorre speak the language. It is in a strong po ...

                                               

Langmaker

Langmaker.com was the site of Jeffrey Henning that acts as a base conlangs, neographies and other resources related to conlanging and conworlding. As of 4 June 2009, the site was offline. An unknown source has claimed the site, and the owners of ...

                                               

Language complexity

The complexity of language is a branch of linguistics, which can be divided into several subtopics, for example, phonological, morphological, syntactic and semantic complexity. The course also has an important significance for the evolution of la ...

                                               

Language of mathematics

The language of mathematics is the system used by mathematicians to communicate mathematical ideas among themselves. This language consists of a substrate of some natural language using technical terms and grammatical conventions that are peculia ...

                                               

Language preservation

The preservation of language is an attempt to prevent languages is becoming unknown. The language is in danger to be lost when it is no longer taught to the younger generation, and fluent in the language to die. Language is an important part of a ...

                                               

Li Europan lingues

European lingues is a quote in Occidental, an international auxiliary language developed by Edgar von Wahl in 1922. It is used in some html templates how to fill in or substitute the text.

                                               

Linguistics

Linguistics is the science that studies language. It includes the analysis of language form, language meaning, and language in context. Linguists traditionally analyze human language, watching the interaction between sound and sense. Linguistics ...

                                               

Metafunction

The term metafunction takes place in systemic functional linguistics and is considered to be a property of all languages. Systemic functional linguistics is functional and semantic rather than formal and syntactic in orientation. In the theory of ...

                                               

Multiethnolect

Multiethnolect is a term originally coined by Klein and Quist. She used a number of linguists to define a new, special kind of language of the young, working class, urban neighborhoods, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the UK. M ...

                                               

Musivisual language

In art, musivisual language is a semiotic system that is the Synchronous Union of music and image. This term was coined by the Spanish composer Alejandro Roman, and for over a century has appeared in films and other media.

                                               

Natural language

In neuropsychology, linguistics and the philosophy of language, a natural language or ordinary language is any language which evolved naturally in the human body through the use and repetition without conscious planning or intent. Natural languag ...

                                               

Nonsense word

Nonsense, unlike a sememe, may have no definition. Nonsense words can be classified depending on their orthographic and phonetic similarity with words. If it can be expressed by language phonotactics, it is a pseudoword. Meaningless words are use ...

                                               

Open-ended question

An open question is a question that can be answered "Yes" or "no", or a static answer. Open questions formulated as a statement that requires a response. The answer can be compared with the information that is already known to the questioner. Exa ...

                                               

Origin of speech

The origin of the word refers to the more General problem of the origin of language in the context of physiological development of the human vocal organs such as tongue, lips and vocal organs used to produce the phonological units in all human la ...

                                               

Orthology (language)

Of orthology is the study of the correct use of words in the language. The word comes from the Greek ortho - and - wise. This science is a place where psychology, philosophy, linguistics and many other areas of learning together. The most famous ...

                                               

Passive fluency

Passive possession, where the person can read and understand the language by ear, not being able to fluently speak or write the language. Passive possession is often caused by being raised in one language and education in another language. People ...

                                               

Linguistic performance

The term linguistic performance was used by Noam Chomsky in 1960 to describe "the actual use of language in concrete situations". It is used to describe how the production, sometimes called parole, and language comprehension. Performance is defin ...

                                               

Philologos

Philologos is a column on the etymology of Yiddish, Hebrew and Jewish words and phrases. It ran for 24-year-old forward from January 2015, it was launched in mosaic. Written anonymously. Edward Alexander is convinced Hillel Halkin is the author o ...

                                               

Pivot language

A pivot language, sometimes also called language, is an artificial or natural language used as an intermediary language for translation between different languages – to translate between any pair of languages A and B, one translates a to the pivo ...

                                               

Polyglossia

Polyglossia is a noun that means the coexistence of several languages in a single society or region. It was first used in the 1970-ies in the academic journal "international migration review". Polyglossia is a useful term to describe a situation ...

                                               

Problem of religious language

The problem of religious language considers whether it is Possible to meaningfully talk about God, if they accepted the traditional concept of God as incorporeal, infinite, and timeless, are. Because these traditional ideas about God make it hard ...

                                               

Reply

In response to statements or admissions made in response to the interrogative question, request or comment. The replies in various ways, the most common of which in oral or written form, and act as a way of passing relevant information and contin ...

                                               

Second language

People a second language, or L2, is the language not the native language of the speaker, but learned later. For example, there are two official languages in Canada and some people use both. Speakers of the dominant language which is the language ...

                                               

Sign language

Sign languages are languages that use a visual-manual mode, to convey the meaning. Sign languages are expressed by means of the hand joints combined with non-physical elements. Sign languages are full natural languages with their own grammar and ...

                                               

Speech

We are talking of verbal communication through language. Each language uses a phonetic combination of the vowel and consonant sounds that form the sound of her words and using these words in their semantic symbols as words in the lexicon of the l ...

                                               

Speech balloon

Speech bubble graphic Convention used most commonly in comic books, comic strips and cartoons to allow words to be understood as representing the speech or thoughts of a given character in the comic. Often there is a formal distinction between th ...

                                               

Speech production

Speech production is a process by which thoughts are translated into speech. This includes word choice, organization of appropriate grammatical forms, and then the joint causing the sounds of the motor apparatus using the vocal apparatus. Speech ...

                                               

Speech repetition

The repetition of speech, when one person says the sounds they heard another person say or to speak. In other words, is the statement of one person on the spoken vocalizations made by another person. The repetition of the question requires repeat ...

                                               

Spoken language

Spoken language is language produced by articulate sounds, in contrast to the written language. Many languages have no written form and so just saying. Oral language or voice language produced with the vocal tract, in contrast to the linguistic s ...

                                               

Standard language

Standard language is defined as a language variety used by the public for public relations or as a form of language, which has undergone the codification of grammar and usage. The term standard language, sometimes it is about language that includ ...

                                               

Sublanguage

In Informatics, natural language processing and machine translation, dialect is the language of a restricted domain, especially in the technical field. In mathematical terms, "a subset of sentences of a language forms a dialect of this language, ...

                                               

Symbolic language (art)

In art, the symbolic language refers to the use of symbols and images to represent concepts. The symbolic language of art uses images to convey meaning by displaying the available concept, the signifier to represent a signified concept. The symbo ...

                                               

Syntax

In linguistics, syntax is the set of rules, principles and procedures governing sentence structure in a given language, generally including the word order. The term syntax is also used to refer to the study of such principles and processes. The g ...

                                               

Terministic screen

The screen terminal is a term in the theory and criticism of rhetoric. It includes confirmation of the language system determines the human imagination and symbolic action in the world.

                                               

Uncertain plural

Occurs an indefinite plural, when the writer does not know in advance whether the word should be written in singular or plural. For English nouns, this can be demonstrated by the conclusion of the trailing s in parentheses, for example "book". In ...

                                               

Verbal language in dreams

Speaking in the dream in question - most often in the form of a dialogue between the dreamer himself and the other characters sleep, which is an integral part of the overall dream scenario. Historically, there has been abundant references to verb ...

                                               

Vernacular orientation

Peoples orientation refers to the position that language is one of its mother tongue speakers. This status is exhibited through the sociolinguistic behavior of the native language of the speaker. A speaker who demonstrates a positive direction ja ...

                                               

Visual language

Visual language is a system of communication using visual elements. Speech as a means of communication cannot strictly be separated from all of human communication, which includes visual and the definition of "language" in relation to vision is a ...

                                               

Vocabulary

A dictionary is a set of familiar words in the language of the people. Vocabulary usually develops with age and serves as a critical tool for communication and acquiring knowledge. Acquiring an extensive vocabulary is one of the largest challenge ...

                                               

Word family

The word family is the base form of a word and its word forms and derived forms with suffixes and prefixes, plus their cognates, i.e. words that have a common etymological origin, Some of which even native speakers do not consider it bound and "w ...

                                               

Writing

Writing is a means of human communication, which is a language of signs and symbols. For languages that use a writing system, the labels can be part of spoken language, creating a rugged version of the speech, which can be saved for future use, o ...

                                               

Art and culture law

Art and legal culture is a set of legal rules, including domestic and international law and multilateral treaties and conventions that regulate and apply for artists, art and cultural values.

                                               

Amar Nath Sehgal v. Union of India

Amar Nath Sehgal vs Union of India is a landmark Indian case, the decision of the Delhi High court, which first recognized the moral right of the author in accordance with the Indian law of copyright and damages. The government was also asked to ...

                                               

Artists Authorship Rights Act (New York)

To performing artists the rights of attribution in 1984 new York law, which provides legal protection for artists moral rights. The law was partly a response to California adoption law California art preservation, but in new York, provided artist ...

                                               

California Resale Royalty Act

The law on the California resale royalty gives the artists the payment upon resale of their works in certain circumstances.

                                               

Carter v. Helmsley-Spear Inc.

In this early case, the authors are trying to exercise their moral rights in accordance with the law of artists Vara rights. Vara was enacted in 1990 and added a few moral rights for artists in the United States, including the rights of authors t ...

                                               

Cultural property law

Of ownership of cultural rights is a body of law that protects and reglamentary the use of culturally significant material, including historic real property, ancient and historic artifacts, works of art and intangible cultural values. Cultural pr ...

                                               

Droit de suite

Droit de Suite is a right granted to artists or their heirs, in some countries, to receive a fee on resale of their works of art. This should be contrasted with the policy, such as the American first-sale doctrine where artists do not have the ri ...

                                               

Leaf v International Galleries

Leaf V International galleries 2 KB 86-English contract law case concerning misrepresentation, mistake and breach of contract, and limitations on the equitable remedy of cancellation.

                                               

Moral rights

Moral rights are rights of authors of works generally recognized in civil law jurisdictions and, to a lesser extent, in some common law jurisdictions. They include the right of authorship, the right to a work published anonymously or under a pseu ...

                                               

Repatriation and reburial of human remains

Repatriation and reburial of human remains is one of the pressing issues in archaeology, focusing on issues of ethics and cultural characteristics in relation to a person, the remains of long-dead ancestors, which were in museums and other instit ...

                                               

Russian cultural property law

After the Second world war in 1945 began to experience issues related to loss and compensation in time of war. Cultural values were removed from Germany and placed in the Soviet Union. Years later, in the collapse of the USSR, said that cultural ...

                                               

Visual Artists Rights Act

Act the visual artists rights of 1990-x, 17 U. S. C. § 106A, the United States law granting certain rights to artists. Vara was the first Federal copyright law, providing protection for moral rights. Under Vara, works of art that meet certain req ...

                                               

Outline of literature

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to literature: Literature – prose, written or oral, including fiction and nonfiction, drama and poetry. Cm. also: outline of poetry.

                                               

Literary adaptation

Literary adaptation is the adapting of a literary source to another genre or medium, such as film, theatre, or video games. It can also lead to adaptation of the same works of the same genre or medium, just for different purposes, for example, to ...

                                               

Afterword

The afterword is a literary device that is often found at the end of a literary work. As a rule, it covers the story of how the book came to light, or how the idea for the book was developed. The epilogue may be written by someone other than the ...

                                               

Allusion

Allusion-a figure of speech in which an object or circumstance from an unrelated context, referred to implicitly or indirectly. He left the audience to make a direct connection. Where is the connection and explicitly stated by the author he is us ...

                                               

Anecdote

An anecdote is a brief, revealing account of an individual or the incident: "story points", such as to communicate an abstract idea about a person, place or thing through the specific details of a short story and describe the highlights a specifi ...

                                               

Anonymous work

Anonymous works such as art or literature, that is anonymous, confidential, or unknown Creator or author. In the case of very old works, the authors name may simply be lost for centuries. There are a number of causes of anonymous works.

                                               

Aside

Aside is a dramatic device where a character speaks to the audience. By Convention the audience is to realize that the characters speech is unheard by other characters on stage. It can be addressed to the audience expressly or represent an unspok ...

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