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A Functional Approach to Child Language

A Study of Determiners and Reference

A critical exposition of Piaget's views on child language and thought.

18-24, for concise description of the method of critical exploration). These authors
reaffirm that 'the fundamental feature of the critical exploration method requires
that the experimenter constantly formulate hypotheses about the children's
reactions from the cognitive point of view, and then devise ways of immediately
checking these suppositions in the experimental situation'. However, the dangers
of influencing the child do not lie merely in the experimenter's approach but can
also be ...

Ilmu Komunikasi

  • ISBN 13 : 9789797699703
  • Judul : Ilmu Komunikasi
  • Pengarang : Nurudin,  
  • Penerbit : Rajawali Pers
  • Klasifikasi : 302.2
  • Call Number : 302.2 NUR i
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Tahun : 2016
  • Halaman : 258
  • Halaman : 258
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Pluralisme agama

makna dan lokalitas pola kerukunan antarumat beragama

Pemikiran & peradaban Islam

History of Islamic thought in Indonesia.

Aden Wijdan S. Z.. www.polarhome.com/pipermail/nuscintara/2002, December/
000765. html, accessed, 4 Mei 2004). 16. Islamisasi Ekonomi Pemikiran ekonomi
Islam di Indonesia sejak akhir 1980-an sampai sekarang semakin mengemuka.

Understanding Tahrir Square

What Transitions Elsewhere Can Teach Us about the Prospects for Arab Democracy

Amid the current turmoil in the Middle East, Understanding Tahrir Square sounds a rare optimistic note. Surveying countries in other parts of the world during their transitions to democracy, author Stephen Grand argues that the long-term prospects in many parts of the Arab world are actually quite positive. If the current polarization and political violence in the region can be overcome, democracy will eventually take root. The key to this change will likely be ordinary citizens—foremost among them the young protestors of the Arab Spring who have filled the region's public spaces—most famously, Egypt's Tahrir Square. The book puts the Arab Spring in comparative perspective. It reveals how globalization and other changes are upending the expectations of citizens everywhere about the relationship between citizen and state. Separate chapters examine the experiences of countries in the former Eastern bloc, in the Muslim-majority states of Asia, in Latin America, and in Sub-Saharan Africa during the recent Third Wave of democratization. What these cases show is that, at the end of the day, democracy requires democrats. Many complex factors go into making a democracy successful, such as the caliber of its political leaders, the quality of its constitution, and the design of its political institutions. But unless there is clear public demand for new institutions to function as intended, political leaders are unlikely to abide by the limits those institutions impose. If American policymakers want to support the brave activists struggling to bring democracy to the Arab world, helping them cultivate an effective political constituency for democracy—in essence, growing the Tahrir Square base—should be the lodestar of U.S. assistance.

The book puts the Arab Spring in comparative perspective. It reveals how globalization and other changes are upending the expectations of citizens everywhere about the relationship between citizen and state.