Essays about: "twilight"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 27 essays containing the word twilight.

  1. 1. Living withlow intensity and warm light:Designing light in living roomsthrough Nordic daylight qualities

    University essay from KTH/Ljusdesign

    Author : Selen Çelik; [2019]
    Keywords : living room; Nordic daylight qualities; early afternoon darkness; low illuminance; warm light;

    Abstract : This thesis concentrates on lighting preferencesin living rooms concerning Nordic lightqualities in winter. Living rooms are spaceswhere we relax, communicate, eat, gather andread. Lighting in living rooms gives hints aboutour perception and character. READ MORE

  2. 2. DECONSTRUCTING GENDER - How to Teach Gender and Feminist Pedagogy using Stephenie Meyer's Life and Death in the EFL classroom

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för språk och litteraturer

    Author : Sarah Ahlung; [2017-09-05]
    Keywords : feminist pedagogy; gender theory; gender swap; gender stereotypes;

    Abstract : Research done by The Swedish National Agency for Education shows students being treatedand assessed differently. Various demands and expectations are placed on them based on theirgender. Schools thus have a responsibility and a duty to counterbalance conventional andstereotypical gender patterns. READ MORE

  3. 3. Vampires - “Culture’s Sexy Drug of Choice” and “Dangerous Warnings” : A comparison of the depiction of vampires in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight and Bram Stoker’s Dracula connected to genre, narration, and readership.

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för språk, litteratur och interkultur

    Author : Frida Fredriksson; [2016]
    Keywords : Vampires; Twilight; Meyer; Dracula; Stoker; Genre; Narration; Readership; Rice; Changes; Myths;

    Abstract : This essay discusses the differences in depiction of vampires between Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight (2005) and Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897). By using examples from the novels, the essay exemplifies how genre, narration, and readership affect the description of vampires within the two novels. READ MORE

  4. 4. Challenging cultural identities : Between new forms of tourism and old European cities

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Wester Wagenaar; [2016]
    Keywords : contents tourism; Europe; heritage; identity; popular culture;

    Abstract : New forms of tourism are on the rise where the incentive to travel is not primarily induced by a country’s heritage, but by mediatized narratives, characters and locations starring in products such as movies, comics and literature. This so-called contents tourism is considered promising by some, but the question is: who benefits? Europe is often understood as the old continent, a place with a rich history. READ MORE

  5. 5. ...And Reconcile Us With Evil : A Critical Investigation of the Imagery of Good and Evil in Western Religion, Film and Politics

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Arne L Gellrich; [2016]
    Keywords : Peace and conflict; social psychology; religion; good; evil; böse; übel; Kant; Nietzsche; Obama; Trump; Clinton; TTIP; CETA; Germany; Sweden; USA; presidential elections; presidentials 2016; theology; Jesus; demons; satan; devil; iblis; christianity; judaism; yahweh; god; leviathan; hero; batman; marvel; harry Potter; twilight; avatar; James Bond; Jason Bourne; dragon; brexit; Daesh; Facebook; Campact; protest; CDA; critical discourse analysis; fairclough; SPD; CDU; AfD; Grüne; Linke; PEGIDA; Flüchtlinge; Flüchtlingskrise; TTIP; CETA; Campact; Gabriel; Merkel; Obama; Hannover; Demonstration; Kant; Böse; gut; wohl; übel; Gott; teufel; Jesus; Löfven; Wallström; Brexit; SD; förolämpning; Farsan; Hamilton; flytingar; flyktingskrisen; Facebook;

    Abstract : With an eye on the current social and political situation in Europe, and with regards to the so-termed refugee crisis, this study aims to map the discourse on assumed good and evil shared among Western cultures, as represented by Sweden, Germany and the United States.  The thesis takes its point of departure from essayistic reflections of the philosophical tradition and theological and religious analytical positions respectively. READ MORE