Essays about: "-disadvantages of civilisation"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 24 essays containing the words -disadvantages of civilisation.

  1. 1. Ideological Misinformation: How News Corp Australia amplifies the discourses of the reactionary right

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Dean Gallagher; [2019]
    Keywords : ideological misinformation; the left; network society; free speech; extremism; critical discourse analysis; News Corp; far-right;

    Abstract : This paper analyses the interactions between Australian mainstream media and social media political influencers and how these interactions amplify ideological misinformation. Social media, particularly YouTube, is increasingly a primary source of news and information for people, principally in the younger 18 – 35-year demographic. READ MORE

  2. 2. Deconstructing Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World’s Ambiguous Portrayal of the future

    University essay from Karlstads universitet

    Author : Martin Franzén; [2019]
    Keywords : Huxley; Brave New World; Utopia; Dystopia; Deconstructive Criticism; Future;

    Abstract : This research presents a deconstructive analysis of Aldous Huxley’s 1932 novel Brave New World. As a literary work, it is most commonly considered a dystopian visualisation of the future of modern civilisation. READ MORE

  3. 3. Make America Exceptional Again - Critical Discourse Analysis

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Julian Donno; [2018]
    Keywords : Critical Discourse Analysis; Donald Trump; Inauguration Address; American exceptionalism; Power; Ideology;

    Abstract : Using Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA), this study seeks to illustrate how Donald Trump’s Inauguration Address incorporates elements of power which are embedded in various forms of American exceptionalism. Since the American myth of exceptionalism does not necessarily reveal itself at first glance, this thesis traces its variety of roots back in American history. READ MORE

  4. 4. Planning for Viable Forests with High Biodiversity

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Miljövetenskaplig utbildning

    Author : Anja Herdesang; [2018]
    Keywords : Anja Herdesang; Planning for Viable Forests with High Biodiversity; forestry; foresters; forester; biodiversity; ecosystem; forest; sustainability; extinction; speices; refinement; nature; clear-cut; cuts; monocultured; forests; alternative; concervation; enviromental laws; even-aged; continuous; silvicultural; wood products; cost-effectiveness; Protection; timber; pulp; production; forest owners; harvesting; red-listed; violations; protected; effective management; ecosystem responses; disturbance; Cross-disciplinary cooperation; climax and carrying capacity; index; describing the abiotic basic Prerequisites for Biodiversity APB ; guideline; trees connected; wildlife connectivity; continuity; Earth and Environmental Sciences; Agriculture and Food Sciences; Biology and Life Sciences; Cultural Sciences; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : In recent decades, the rate of extinction of species is increasing due to human use and refinement of nature. This has resulted in a large amount of research throughout the world. Forestry today is mostly based on clear cuts, and many natural forests have been cut down and replaced with monocultured forests. READ MORE

  5. 5. Decolonising Literature : Exclusionary Practices and Writing to Resist/Re-Exist

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Tema Genus

    Author : Stephanie Johansson; [2018]
    Keywords : decolonising; literary studies; English literature; American literature; canons; macro-narrative; grand narratives; close reading; narrative analysis; postcolonial theory; decolonial theory; canonisation; Romanticism; othering; nation-state; national identity; publishing industry;

    Abstract : This thesis examines elements of the conceptualization of literature within literary studies and literary production in a UK context, considering the concept of exclusionary practices based on the negligence of intersectional categories of identity such as race, gender, class, sexuality, etc., in the practice of understanding and interpreting literature. READ MORE