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  • In his book The History of Western Aesthetics, Zhu Guangqian said that in the past, French people generally regarded realism as naturalism and quoted Shailey's words as "art and beauty." Realism, sometimes called naturalism, Advocating art to imitate nature for the purpose. Grant also said that in the nineteenth century, many people used both realism and naturalism as synonyms and synonyms, arguing that this tendency was more pronounced in Britain. [more]
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  • In short. We must adhere to the principle of richness and diversity, mobilize the spiritual personality of the creative subject to the maximum, and satisfy the aesthetic needs of the broad masses of people. Can we prosper and develop new socialist literature. At the same time, we should also correctly handle the popularization and enhancement of literature, the relationship between elegance and injury. To see, literature has always been elegant and sophisticated, but the boundaries between... [more]
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  • Understanding stage is the last part of the process of acceptance of literary works, and its grasp of the ideas contained in the works is more comprehensive and systematic. However, the conclusion of the understanding phase only means that the conclusion of one acceptance process of literary works does not mean the process of accepting the literary works ends. The acceptance of literary works in different times, different countries, nations, regions, different groups of people, individuals...
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  • The reason why literary appreciation has both emotional and rational factors lies in the fact that in regard to appreciating objects and officials, as an active reflection of life, literary works not only infiltrate the author's subjective exquisiteness but also reflect the vast social life, not only having Aesthetic and entertaining, but also cognitive and educational. As far as the subject of appreciation is concerned, he not only needs to grasp the emotional factors in literary images, but...
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  • First, literary production provides the object of consumption for literary consumption, namely literary works. There is no consumption without consumer, while the object of literary consumption is provided by literary production. What types of consumer objects are presented to consumers, whether realistic works or modern works, elegant literature or popular literature, are all determined by literary production. Therefore, the status of production directly affects the status of consumption....
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  • Research Approaches to Children Psychology This is through the study of children's artistic psychology to infer the origin of literature and art. This research is based on the study of children's art psychology. Modern interest in children's aesthetic experience and artistic expression can be traced back to at least Rousseau and Spencer et al. During World War II, the study reached an all-time scale. Germany, Austria, France and other countries have made many experimental studies on the...
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  • Scientific knowledge education Material knowledge (mainly referring to scientific theory) is a scientist's knowledge of the nature and regularity of various things about the objective world obtained in scientific practice. It is expressed by a series of concepts and propositions that have been proven or Logical proof of system knowledge. Thus, morphologically, scientific knowledge is a system of concepts and propositions that make sense. The validity of this system is maintained by two...
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  • The characteristics and importance of the material method determine the important role of scientific method education in promoting the scientific process of student learning. First of all, the scientific method is a means of obtaining scientific knowledge, and students have a more thorough understanding of scientific knowledge when they master the scientific method. Second, as a way of thinking and behavior, scientific method implies great intellectual value. Once students internalize their...
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  • As Marx analyzed the labor process, he pointed out: "The process disappears into the product ... What has been shown in a moving manner by the laborer now appears as a static attribute in the product as an existential form." Therefore, the objective form Although its manifestation is a system of static concepts and propositions expressed in terms and symbols, it contains the process of material-learning activities, which is a dynamic and static cohesion and a static-dynamic...
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  • This kind of knowledge can not be produced without the objective world and does not harm the world without reflecting it. At the same time, it relies on human's scientific activities. Without such activities, it can not reveal the essence of things and can not form an objective world The exact and systematic understanding. As Marx put it: "If the manifestations of things and the nature of things are directly united, all science becomes superfluous." Thus, this objective knowledge,...
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  • In Figure 3 the original theoretical model has been completed by the empirical insights. In the case study, the role of social network was emphasised as it included a mediator who took the initiative to pull the potential exporter towards initiation of internationalisation. It enabled the company to introduce itself to the important international actors. This brought the company foreign business opportunities which initiated the internationalisation of the company. Based on the empirical part... [more]
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  • In this section we shall present the network ties through which the opportunity to enter France was recognized by the individuals belonging to the case firms. The findings here are generally presented at firm-level. This corresponds to the approach taken, for instance, by Chetty and Blankenburg Holm (2000),Coviello (2006), and Coviello and Munro (1997), who interviewed managers and reported the findings at firm level. [more]
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  • Marketing and non profit organisations The last decade of the twentieth century saw continued growth of the sector and an increase in the use of marketing – marked in large part by marketing subspecialties in publications and professional organizations for a variety of nonprofit industry categories, including healthcare, education, and government. Marketing’s application to the nonprofit sector is well accepted and has been steadily growing even as the sector itself has been... [more]
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  • questions to ensure the interviewer voice inflection didn’t result into biasness of the results. The focus group interviewers were educated on interviews and surveys management to ensure they didn’t end up suggesting possible answers to the study respondents (Trochim et al, 1982). This could have resulted into homogeneous data. The primary goal of educating interviewers was meant to ensure the results obtained were heterogeneous. [more]
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  • The majority of students on the Masters programmes in the Business School will be doing research within an organisation, often their own place of work. Where an organisation is involved it is vital that the organisation approves of the research that is being conducted. The reasons for this are two-fold. Firstly, it is important for you to receive the co-operation of key individuals in the organisation as well as ensuring that you will be given access to data. Secondly, it is also important... [more]
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