Essays about: "blogging"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 44 essays containing the word blogging.

  1. 1. How Can English Teaching Benefit from Students’ Extramural English in Secondary School 7-9?

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Malmö högskola/Institutionen för kultur, språk och medier (KSM)

    Author : Heba Ali; [2021]
    Keywords : extramural English; informal learning; meaningful and relevant learning; teaching materials; outside-of-school english; students previous knowledge; digital technologies; motivation; students perceptions; observations; triangulation method; extramural engelska; informellt lärande; meningsfullt och relevant lärande; lärandematerial; motivation; observationer; modern teknologi;

    Abstract : Abstract This empirical study investigates how students in secondary school 7-9 learn the English language outside of school, in an informal setting, and how they can benefit from it in a formal setting in school. The usage of digital technology is more common nowadays amongst youngsters than it used to be before. READ MORE

  2. 2. The benefits of using world literature for globalizing English in the ESL classroom

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Malmö högskola/Institutionen för kultur, språk och medier (KSM); Malmö universitet/Malmö högskola/Institutionen för kultur, språk och medier (KSM)

    Author : Arwa Zeino; Aiat Tabiei; [2021]
    Keywords : fiction; literature; world literature; global English; ESL; expanding circle; culture; globalization;

    Abstract : Although the focus on English as a global language is apparent in the Swedish curriculum today, many educators do not take advantage of world literature and non-native English authors in their ESL classrooms. With the help of empirical research, we investigate the benefits of using such literature for gaining global awareness. READ MORE

  3. 3. RELIGIOUS AMBIVALENCE AND THE PROBLEM OF AGENCY : A Qualitative Study on Cognitive Dissonance among Mormon Feminists

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Sociologiska institutionen

    Author : Kristel Torgrimsson; [2019]
    Keywords : Agency; ambivalence; cognitive dissonance; Mormon feminists; blogging;

    Abstract : The scholarly field of traditionally religious women has during the last decade gone from a so called “paradox-approach” which identifies women’s agency with the capacity of acting autonomously – something most clearly demonstrated through acts of resistance – to a nonparadox approach defining agency as a continuum encompassing both resistance to and compliance with traditionally religious structures. While the latter approach assumes that women’s participation in traditional religions is not necessarily a paradox – mainly because some women value religious submission – this thesis argues that the paradox of women and religion becomes essential when speaking about religious feminism. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Power of Sets and Reps: How Fitness Bloggers on Instagram Construct Authenticity

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för strategisk kommunikation

    Author : Damir Grande; [2019]
    Keywords : strategic communication; personal branding; authenticity; Foucault; Bourdieu; Instagram; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : This study employs a combined framework of Bourdieusian field analysis and Foucauldian discourse analysis to examine discourses and relations of power pertaining to personal branding authenticity. The central inquiry of this study is how male fitness bloggers on Instagram create and maintain their authenticity on different levels of popularity. READ MORE

  5. 5. New Media Travel Writing and the Renegotiation of Postcolonial Discourses - A Critical Discourse Analysis of Representations of the ‘Middle East’ on Travel Blogs

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle (KS)

    Author : Nadine Keller; [2018]
    Keywords : travel blogs; travel writing; new media; Middle East; postcolonialism; affordances; critical discourse analysis; Fairclough; media representations;

    Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to investigate the potential of travel blogs, as a form of popular new media travel writing, to renegotiate conventional discourses about the ‘Middle East’. By conducting a critical discourse analysis on six travel blogs authored by female writers from both the US and the ‘Middle East’, this thesis examines representational practices found in travel narratives, discloses their discursive tendencies, and interprets those in a sociocultural context. READ MORE