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A qualitative study of humour theory.
This qualitative study of humour theory provides a broad descriptive account of the current status of humour theory within the multidisciplinary context of human and social studies. The nature of qualitative research is ...
A pilot case study of the relationship between the SMILE programme, the theories of learning, expression, memory and reading of Marcel Jousse and Outcomes Based Education.
Learning through a language other than one's own mother-tongue presents similar problems world-wide. In South Africa, the shift from mother-tongue tuition to learning through the medium of English at Grade 5 (approximately ...
Improving adult mother-tongue literacy learning through the application of the insights of Marcel Jousse.
Adult Mother-Tongue Literacy learning is a universal problem as readily available statistics indicate. In this study, I explore various aspects of adult Mother-Tongue Literacy learning, including: • a profile of a Learner ...
The Hindu Prana in oral tradition with reference to the Aramaic Rouhah.
The object of this dissertation is to illustrate the significance of Prana (life breath):- -As it obtains in the oral tradition -With reference to the Aramaic Rouhah -In Pranayama (breath control) -In Surya Namaskar ...