Essays about: "minimalist program"

Found 3 essays containing the words minimalist program.

  1. 1. A Case for Generative Linguistics in New Testament Exegesis : Surveying the Current Theoretical Landscape and Possible Applicability to Biblical Studies

    University essay from Enskilda Högskolan Stockholm/Avdelningen för religionsvetenskap och teologi

    Author : Per Kristiansson; [2022]
    Keywords : Koine Greek; biblical Greek; syntax; generative linguistics; generative grammar; functional grammar; dependency grammar; transformational grammar; lingual hallmark; modern linguistics; parsing; compilation; minimalist program; New Testament text;

    Abstract : This essay surveys the current theoretical landscape of modern linguistics, asking whethe generative and possibly transformational linguistics can be applied to syntactic analysis of New Testament texts written in Koine Greek to find lingual hallmarks in the form of personal usage of syntactic rules that uniquely identify the authors of the texts. The conclusion is that there seems to be evidence that an application of a minimalist approach could make the detection of such lingual hallmarks possible. READ MORE

  2. 2. GlassHouse

    University essay from KTH/Arkitektur

    Author : Rocco Anthony Pacini; [2018]
    Keywords : Slakthusområdet; Lärocenter; Glashuset; GlassHouse;

    Abstract : ABSTRACT A31EXA - VT 2017     Funktion, gestaltning och enkelheten har varit mina värderingar under kandidat projektet. Dessa värderingar lag grunden i strukturens form och riktningen, som är en fortsättning av  denna K-märkt före detta marknadshallen hus 48. READ MORE

  3. 3. Is Credit Enough? The Critical Component of Business Training for Microentrepreneurial Performance

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för företagande och ledning

    Author : Louise Lombach; Joneca Meurling; [2012]
    Keywords : Microentrepreneurship; Microfinance; Business Training; Human Capital; Financial Capital;

    Abstract : Due to commercialization of the microfinance industry, fewer MFIs offer business training to their clients. The debate whether commercialization of microfinance is good or not takes two positions; the minimalist model which emphasizes that specialization on credit alone is the key to poverty alleviation, and the credit-plus approach in which credit alone will not accomplish poverty reduction. READ MORE