This succinct guide helps writers to assess, quote, cite, and present information from a variety of types of sources, including electronic and Internet sources. It features samples of writing and style sheets as well as a checklist for quoting and paraphrasing. This second edition also incorporates the latest updates to MLA, CSE, and CMS styles.
In this penetrating new look at the use of language in the Iliad, Hilary Mackie examines the portrayal of the opposing forces in terms not only of nationality but of linguistics. The way the Greeks and the Trojans speak, Mackie argues, reflects their disparate cultural structures and their relative positions in the Trojan War. While Achaean speech is aggressive and public, intended to preserve social order, Trojan language is more reflective, private, and introspective. Mackie identifies the differences between Greek and Trojan language by analyzing poetic formulas, usually thought to indicate a similarity of language among Homeric characters, and conversations, which are seen here to be of equal importance to the numerous speeches throughout the Iliad. Mackie concludes with analyses of the two great heroes of the Iliad, Hektor and Achilles, and the extent to which they represent their own cultures in their use of language.
Complete Vocal Fitness is a primer on sport-specific training for vocalists and a guide to how the vocal instrument functions. Elite athletes apply cutting-edge research in movement and physiology to customize fitness regimens that ensure peak performance for singers.
With this collection of articles and excerpts, King (sociology, environmental science and policy, Smith College) and McCarthy (sociology and anthropology, College of Charleston) seek to pique students' interests in environmental issues and the ways in which social scientists investigate them. All of the essays were published after 1990, and are org
The Rowman & Littlefield Handbook for Critical Thinking provides a quick and authoritative reference for issues regarding reasoning, and provides clear and succinct discussions of issues such as counterfactuals, rational decision-making, and critical thinking in writing.
Contributors to this volume demonstrate how the ethics of care factors into a variety of social policies and institutions, and can indeed be useful in thinking about a number of different social problems. Divided into two sections, the first looks at care as a model for an evaluative framework that rethinks social institutions, liberal society, and citizenship at a basic conceptual level. The second explores care values in the context of specific social practices or settings, as a framework that should guide thinking.