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Spiritualisme pancasila

  • ISBN 13 : 9786024222673
  • Judul : Spiritualisme pancasila
  • Pengarang : Fokky Fuad Wasitatmadja,  
  • Penerbit : Prenadamedia Group
  • Klasifikasi : 320. 509598
  • Call Number : 320. 509598 FOK s
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Penaklikan : xx, 288 Hlm, ; 23 cm
  • Tahun : 2018
  • Halaman : 288
  • Ketersediaan :
    2020-38569-0005
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38569-0004
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38569-0003
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38569-0002
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38569-0001
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi

Filsafat Hukum

Rasionalisme dan Spiritualisme

  • ISBN 13 : 9786024227456
  • Judul : Filsafat Hukum
  • Sub Judul : Rasionalisme dan Spiritualisme
  • Pengarang : Dr. Fokky Fuad Wasitaatmadja,  
  • Penerbit : Kencana
  • Klasifikasi : 340.1
  • Call Number : 340.1 DR. f
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Tahun : 2019
  • Halaman : 288
  • Ketersediaan :
    2020-38332-0005
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38332-0004
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38332-0003
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38332-0002
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2020-38332-0001
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi

Sasak Voice

Speakers' production patterns can clearly be understood as shaped by the structural properties of their specific language(s), and this is also true in Sasak. However, what about when multiple word orders and voice choices are possible? When languages allow for syntactic options, are there universal non-syntactic constraints that exert influence on the production and syntactic coding choices? This dissertation explores potential universal biases identified in literature that has grown out of Bock and Warren's (1985:50) work on Conceptual Accessibility, or the "ease with which the mental representation of some potential referent can be activated in, or retrieved from, memory". The specific biases examined for Sasak in the current work are Discourse Topicality (Givón, 1983), animacy (Branigan, Pickering, & Tanaka, 2008), and noun phrase length (MacDonald, 2013; Tanaka, Branigan, McLean, & Pickering, 2011). Results of a corpus analysis are combined with data from two production experiments, and show that both animacy and topicality affect voice selection in Sasak. Specifically, [+animate] and [+topical] noun phrases are produced earlier in a sentence, thereby affecting the grammatical voice produced. Also, Sasak speakers exhibit a 'long before short' bias (i.e., placing longer noun phrases before relatively shorter ones in utterances), affecting voice selection as well. Contextualized in cross-linguistic data, this supports the argument made in this dissertation that the cognitive effect of the semantic richness and salience of longer nouns is relative to the speaker's stage in planning and producing an utterance.

Speakers' production patterns can clearly be understood as shaped by the structural properties of their specific language(s), and this is also true in Sasak.

Moving Image Cataloging

How to Create and How to Use a Moving Image Catalog

Libraries, archives, and museums hold a wide variety of moving images, all of which require the same level of attention to issues of organization and access as their print counterparts. Consequently, the people who create collection level records and metadata for these resources need to be equally conversant in the principles of cataloging. Martha Yee covers both descriptive (AACR2R, AMIM, and FIAF rules) and subject cataloging (with a focus on LCSH). In the process, the reader is encouraged to think critically and to be prepared to make decisions in ambiguous situations where solutions to problems are not always obvious or clearly dictated by specific rules.

First of all, the moving image field follows a number of different standards for
cataloging, including The Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd ed. rev.,
Archival Moving Image Materials: a Cataloging Manual, and The FIAF Cataloging
Rules.

Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia 1810-1895

Published in 1981, Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia 1810-1895 is a valuable contribution to the field of Middle Eastern Studies.

Published in 1981, Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia 1810-1895 is a valuable contribution to the field of Middle Eastern Studies.

Through the Seasons with Dulcy

More Favorite Columns by the Oregonian Garden Writer Dulcy Mahar

For more than two decades, Dulcy Mahar invited Northwest gardeners into her world. Through wildly popular columns in The Oregonian, readers came to know the changing three-fifths of an acre of gardens that surrounded her home in Portland's Garthwick neighborhood. Over the years, Dulcy opened her doors for tours, was a top speaker at Northwest garden events and secured a spot in Northwesterners' hearts. Eavesdrop on a conversation with Northwest gardeners and sooner or later someone would say, "Well, Dulcy..." Her death from cancer in 2011 left readers bereft without her weekly column, so it was no surprise how they dove with relief into Back in the Garden with Dulcy, happy to find dozens of her beloved columns and photos of her and her changing landscape. If you are one of her readers who have missed that weekly trip into Dulcy's beautiful gardens, here are dozens more of her best columns. arranged by seasons, Northwest gardeners can once again (or, if you missed reading Dulcy over the years, for the first time) let her guide you through the months. come on. Garden season is calling. Ted Mahar was a film and television writer and critic at The Oregonian for nearly four decades. This is his second book.

Garden season is calling. Ted Mahar was a film and television writer and critic at The Oregonian for nearly four decades. This is his second book.