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The Image Of The Crow In The German And Uzbek Peoples, Akmal Akhmatovich Jumayev Mar 2021

The Image Of The Crow In The German And Uzbek Peoples, Akmal Akhmatovich Jumayev

Scientific reports of Bukhara State University

Background. The article focuses on specific similarities of the peoples of the world in their views on the crow. Also in myths, in German and Uzbek fairy tales, the portrayal of the crow in positive and negative images was analysed comparatively. All folk tales lead to good. The same lesson is also reflected in the article on the educational significance of the two folk tales. Methods. Particular attention is paid to the fact that the peoples of the world have certain similarities in their views on the crow. The image of the Crow also moved to fairy tales based on ...


Genesis And Development Of Stylistic Devices Classifications, Feruza Khajieva Associate Professor (Phd), Department Of English Literature Sep 2020

Genesis And Development Of Stylistic Devices Classifications, Feruza Khajieva Associate Professor (Phd), Department Of English Literature

Philology Matters

Тhe article discusses the problem of a stylistic device, its innate features and the literary, aesthetic, imagery functions, the example to stylistic convergence is also given. Moreover the classifications of stylistic devices are also investigated. The theories of ancient scholars as well as modern researchers are analyzed and predominant features of the criteria for classification are generalized. The article discusses such antique theories as Aristotle’s initial views on Stylistics, observations of the Hellenistic Roman rhetoric system, researches of Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the conclusions concerning the topic are also given. The article also deals with the review of the ...


Poetics Of Myth In Ch. Aitmatov's Works, Dilfuza Pardaeva Senior Teacher Of The Department Of Russian Language And Literature Dec 2019

Poetics Of Myth In Ch. Aitmatov's Works, Dilfuza Pardaeva Senior Teacher Of The Department Of Russian Language And Literature

Philology Matters

The article deals with the use of myth poetics in Ch. Aitmatov's works. The author analyzes principles of the writer's use of elements of myth poetics, which perform certain artistic functions in the works. The problem of the artistic functions of myth in fiction has been the subject of discussions that continue till our days. Reviewers, literary critics emphasize the problem of myth poetics, its functional significance and transformation of myth in modern fiction. Specifically, mythology contains in itself the germs of art, religion, and science is still undeveloped form and unity. It is difficult to overestimate the ...


The Role Of The Speech Of The Character, Portrait And Landscape In Opening The Spirit Of The Character, Ulughbek Kuchimov Phd Student Dec 2019

The Role Of The Speech Of The Character, Portrait And Landscape In Opening The Spirit Of The Character, Ulughbek Kuchimov Phd Student

Philology Matters

In the works of fiction, the writer creates an artistic world that can happen in life, and shows life and imaginary events in our eyes as if they are true, real, had happened. Sometimes this literary phenomenon requires such an artistic composition that it breaks the boundaries of reality. In the following years, as in all types and genres literature, specific changes, evolutions are taking place in the world of fantasy works, themes, poetics, style, and images.
In the works of Ray Bradbury and Hojiakbar Shaikhov, a number of features such as myth, the stream of consciousness, the image of ...


The Development Of Lyric Chronotop In Uzbek Poetry, Q. Yulchiyev Jun 2019

The Development Of Lyric Chronotop In Uzbek Poetry, Q. Yulchiyev

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

The article considers the chronotopy of Uzbek literature. Its historical roots begin with folklore and ancient turcish writers,In the artistic perception of creativity, creators have been able to perceive the universe as a three dimentional world in its time, it is proved the possibility of division of chronotop into real and non-verbal types.


Cognitive Conceptions And Their Essence And Meaning, R Abdullayeva Jun 2019

Cognitive Conceptions And Their Essence And Meaning, R Abdullayeva

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

In this article be analysed coginitive identitits : slot, frem, schema, concept,image, gestalt.


Reality And Artistry In The Stories, Abduhamid Kholmurodov Doctor Of Science, Professor Mar 2019

Reality And Artistry In The Stories, Abduhamid Kholmurodov Doctor Of Science, Professor

Philology Matters

Each social period finds its overall presentation in fiction. This task is performed by a new generation of creators who enter the world of literature. The reflection of a period in fiction is never as obvious as a mirror. Literature has its own language and its own uniqu capabilities, based on the potential of this language and the artistic reflection of the epoch being created. Creativity of the talented writers is of importance, in this regard. It should be noted that the works of our writers, continuing this, have their own specific tendency style. Although a number of works appeared ...


Psychological Principles Of The Image In Military Service, L. Ravshanov Mar 2019

Psychological Principles Of The Image In Military Service, L. Ravshanov

Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

This article focuses on the psychological principles of the image in military service. Also, all theoretical analyzes and scientific considerations and phenomenon concepts related to the purpose of the problem are illustrated by the sources listed in the literature


Chronotop As A Basis Of Lyrical Composition ( Оn The Example Of The Poems By Shamshod Abdullayev), K. Yulchiev Dec 2018

Chronotop As A Basis Of Lyrical Composition ( Оn The Example Of The Poems By Shamshod Abdullayev), K. Yulchiev

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

In the article chronotop as the main part of lyrical poetry integrating image, scenery, detail and others is exposed. When poet shifts an artistic world that is in his inner world to the exact place and time, he uses all opportunities of chronotop effectively.


The North-South Divide In Italy: Reality Or Perception?, Dario Musolino Jun 2018

The North-South Divide In Italy: Reality Or Perception?, Dario Musolino

European Spatial Research and Policy

Although the literature about the objective socio-economic characteristics of the Italian North-South divide is wide and exhaustive, the question of how it is perceived is much less investigated and studied. Moreover, the consistency between the reality and the perception of the North-South divide is completely unexplored. The paper presents and discusses some relevant analyses on this issue, using the findings of a research study on the stated locational preferences of entrepreneurs in Italy. Its ultimate aim, therefore, is to suggest a new approach to the analysis of the macro-regional development gaps. What emerges from these analyses is that the perception ...


Reflection Of Female Destiny In The English Literature Of The Victorian Period, Kh. Mukhammedova Jun 2018

Reflection Of Female Destiny In The English Literature Of The Victorian Period, Kh. Mukhammedova

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

The article analyzes the fate of women in the works of English writers of the Victorian period. During this period writers such as C. Dickens, Sisters Bronte, E. Gaskell, J. Eliot described the fate of women in their works in different ways.


Problems Of Intercultural Dialogue And Translation, K. Karimov Jun 2018

Problems Of Intercultural Dialogue And Translation, K. Karimov

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

The article presents a comprehensive analysis of the unity of the form and content of translations and requirements for translation using the example of a number of works.


Problems Of Intercultural Dialogue And Translation, K. Karimov Jun 2018

Problems Of Intercultural Dialogue And Translation, K. Karimov

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

The article presents a comprehensive analysis of the unity of the form and content of translations and requirements for translation using the example of a number of works.


Reflection Of Female Destiny In The English Literature Of The Victorian Period, Kh. Mukhammedova Jun 2018

Reflection Of Female Destiny In The English Literature Of The Victorian Period, Kh. Mukhammedova

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

The article analyzes the fate of women in the works of English writers of the Victorian period. During this period writers such as C. Dickens, Sisters Bronte, E. Gaskell, J. Eliot described the fate of women in their works in different ways.


Rebellious Spirit In The Work “The Sufferings Of Young Verter”, O. Dadajonov Apr 2018

Rebellious Spirit In The Work “The Sufferings Of Young Verter”, O. Dadajonov

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

Rebellious spirit in the work “The sufferings of young Verter”


Rebellious Spirit In The Work “The Sufferings Of Young Verter”, O. Dadajonov Apr 2018

Rebellious Spirit In The Work “The Sufferings Of Young Verter”, O. Dadajonov

Scientific journal of the Fergana State University

Rebellious spirit in the work “The sufferings of young Verter”


Making Sense? Visual Cultures Of De-Extinction And The Anthropocentric Archive, Rosie Ibbotson Jan 2017

Making Sense? Visual Cultures Of De-Extinction And The Anthropocentric Archive, Rosie Ibbotson

Animal Studies Journal

This article examines the operations of visual representations within discourses advocating deextinction. Images have significant agency within these debates, yet their roles, and the assumptions they naturalise, have not been critiqued. Demonstrating the affective, triumphant and subversive potentials of these representations, this article then turns to the implications of relying on images made by and for humans within the expressly multispecies space of de-extinction. Discourses around de-extinction tend to place undue weight not just on how candidate species look(ed), but on how they appear to human eyes after the mediating processes of representation, and the notion of recreating a ...


Poetry Editorial: Seeing Words, Camilla Nelson Sep 2016

Poetry Editorial: Seeing Words, Camilla Nelson

The Goose

Poetry Editorial by Camilla Nelson


Gnawing At The Roots: Toward A Transpersonal Poetics Of Guilt And Death, Jason Butler Jul 2016

Gnawing At The Roots: Toward A Transpersonal Poetics Of Guilt And Death, Jason Butler

International Journal of Transpersonal Studies

As an imaginal approach, archetypal psychology focuses its attention on the diverse and polysemous expressions of imagination as the ground from which all psychological expressions emerge, replacing the dried up concept of a singular ego with the notion that consciousness takes up a multitude of styles concordant with the mercurial flow of images that concentrically influence, grip down, and take over consciousness like a band of pirates commandeering a ship. Archetypal psychology situates itself as a transpersonal psychology by qualifying the image as inextricably archetypal, denoting a valence of meaning that extends beyond the merely personal, beyond the particular cultural-historical ...


Mimicry And Mimesis: Matrix Insect, Madeleine Kelly Jun 2016

Mimicry And Mimesis: Matrix Insect, Madeleine Kelly

Animal Studies Journal

Paintings and insects might seem like odd companions. In this paper I describe how a series of paintings I made depicting insects creates associations between mimesis and mimicry in order to flag a sort of protective self-referentiality – one where painting resists its proverbial ‘end’ and insects are presented as vital new orders. Drawing upon art historical references, such as Surrealism and the modernist grid, I argue that playing on these references and the compositional effects of camouflage enlivens our regard for the sensuous worlds of both insects and painting. I conclude by exploring how paintings of insects are powerful metaphors ...


The Rooster And The Lemon, Luis Mario Guerra, Connie M. Morey Feb 2015

The Rooster And The Lemon, Luis Mario Guerra, Connie M. Morey

The Goose

'The Rooster and the Lemon' is a collaborative work of critical-creative writing and photography between artists-writers Luis Mario Guerra and Connie Michele Morey. The text and image is a part of a larger body of work that emerged from a trip to Havana in December 2013 and is still in the process of unfolding through additional visual forms. The prose and photographs question the im/possibility of stasis and taxonomical containment in an ecological continuum where the processes of death and life and interdependent and imperceptibly entangled.


Transmedial Documentation For Non-Visual Image Access, Melody J. Mccotter Nov 2014

Transmedial Documentation For Non-Visual Image Access, Melody J. Mccotter

Proceedings from the Document Academy

In my doctoral studies on information accessibility for the individual who is blind or visually impaired, I’ve been exploring the ways we can make image documents more accessible. This requires using an alternative sensory modality, and translating the document into a different format. The questions that arise when we consider this process are many, but among them are:

  • Is it the same document once we’ve converted it to an audio narrative about the work, or a 3D topographic map of an artwork, or a musical interpretation?
  • If it is not the same document, how truthful can the “trans-medial ...


Public Diplomacy And The “Self” In Regional Organization: A Network Approach To Identity Formation, Image Formation, And Asean Community Building, Daniel J. Smith Jan 2014

Public Diplomacy And The “Self” In Regional Organization: A Network Approach To Identity Formation, Image Formation, And Asean Community Building, Daniel J. Smith

Exchange: The Journal of Public Diplomacy

This paper examines the construction of the ―Self‖ in regional community building—that is, the ―actorness‖ of a regional entity in the international system. Specifically, I address the function of official public diplomacy in regional organization. I contend that formal public diplomacy is a crucial component to the internal identity formation and external image formation processes that constitute regional ―community building,‖ leading to the ―Self.‖ In explicating the development of a regional institution’s actorness, public diplomacy is conceptualized through constructivist networks. I posit that these network representations reflect the continuous nature of identity and image in community building. I ...


Medvedev Vs. Putin In Kremlin-Sponsored Advertorials In The U.S. And India, Evhenia Viatchaninova Jan 2012

Medvedev Vs. Putin In Kremlin-Sponsored Advertorials In The U.S. And India, Evhenia Viatchaninova

Exchange: The Journal of Public Diplomacy

This essay explores the image making of Vladimir Putin vs. Dmitri Medvedev in the Kremlin-sponsored advertorials the "Russia Now" and the "Russia India Report" circulated as free supplements to The Washington Post, and The Times of India, India, in 2011. Advertorial content mentioning each politician was analyzed using basic qualitative and quantitative techniques, and several image making messages highlighting Putin's vs. Medvedev's leadership were deduced. Both advertorials served as a platform for mediated public diplomacy aimed at influencing foreign publics' perceptions of Russia's leadership in the wake of a major presidential election.


Mexico & Venezuela: Losing The Soft Power Sweepstakes At The Polls, Rick Rockwell Jan 2012

Mexico & Venezuela: Losing The Soft Power Sweepstakes At The Polls, Rick Rockwell

Exchange: The Journal of Public Diplomacy

This research article compares how the public images of Venezuela and Mexico have been shaped by the presidential election cycle of 2012 in each country. The results show that political leaders in both countries seem much more concerned about domestic issues rather than projecting a more positive public diplomacy image. The paper focuses on the history and political culture of both countries, which inevitably frames how both dealt with negative international impressions resulting from the elections. Although Venezuela has had many more demonstrations of national plebiscites and elections than any other Latin American country during the era of President Hugo ...


A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words: The Perplexing Problem Of Indexing Images, Lindsay L. Marlow, Amy Miller Dec 2011

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words: The Perplexing Problem Of Indexing Images, Lindsay L. Marlow, Amy Miller

School of Information Student Research Journal

Indexing images has always been problematic due to their richness of content and innate subjectivity. Three traditional approaches to indexing images are described and analyzed. An introduction of the contemporary use of social tagging is presented along with its limitations. Traditional practices can continue to be used as a stand-alone solution, however deficiencies limit retrieval. A collaborative technique is supported by current research and a model created by the authors for its inception is explored. CONTENTdm® is used as an example to illustrate tools that can help facilitate this process. Another potential solution discussed is the expansion of algorithms used ...


You Were Hired To Teach! Ideological Struggle,Education, And Teacher Burnout At The New Prison For Women, Randall L. Wright Dec 2004

You Were Hired To Teach! Ideological Struggle,Education, And Teacher Burnout At The New Prison For Women, Randall L. Wright

The Qualitative Report

Critical theorists consider schools as sites of ideological struggle. The following is an account of Suzettes (pseudonym) attempts to define the educational practices in a women’s prison according to the democratic principles suggested in the Task Force Report on Federally Sentenced Women: Creating Choices, (Correctional Service of Canada, 1990). This report led to the construction of five new prisons for women across Canada. Suzettes case illustrates how ideological struggles are experienced personally, and how they contribute to her burnout disillusionment and resignation. Habermass critical research program and his concept of system and lifeworld undergirds this interpretation of this teachers ...


L'Image Des Réfugiés Et Des Personnes Déplacées Dans La Fiction Africaine Francophone, Augustin H. Asaah Jun 2004

L'Image Des Réfugiés Et Des Personnes Déplacées Dans La Fiction Africaine Francophone, Augustin H. Asaah

Présence Francophone: Revue internationale de langue et de littérature

In their capacity as moralists and committed intellectuals, African Francophone writers such as C.C. Sow, N.N. Ndjekery, M.S. Keita, F. Couao-Zotti, Ahmadou Kourouma, Nimrod and E. Dongala portray various images of refugees and internally displaced persons in their works. This depiction is driven by the perceived need to humanize these displaced members of society by establishing moral/affective bridges between unfortunate members of society and readers. It is also sustained by the desire to reduce the damage caused by wars and natural disasters, as well as the need to reveal the plural identities of humans to the ...


The Political Psychology Of Photographic Images: Facts, Fiction, And Superstition, Ibpp Editor Dec 2000

The Political Psychology Of Photographic Images: Facts, Fiction, And Superstition, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological research that might make it less likely that bans against photographic images in Third World countries are viewed by Western observers as products of backwardness and ignorance.


Benedicte Wrensted Danish Photographer In Idaho Rediscovered, Joanna Scherer Jan 1995

Benedicte Wrensted Danish Photographer In Idaho Rediscovered, Joanna Scherer

The Bridge

In 1979 a book The American Image: Photographs from

the National Archives, 1860-1960 was published. It was

based on an exhibit of the same name, which opened at the

National Archives in Washington, D. C. in November, 1979.

In the forward James Rhoads, archivist of the United

States, tells about how the photos were selected.