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2. 3. Some conceivable subjects/Issues. . 4. Inside Dynamics of the Asian familyYoung Adult Preoccupations and their appearance in writing Social Problems and their appearance in writing Various sorts of Feminist Agency Conflicts between societies/social valuesOppression
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Research Methods in Literary Studies Ruzy Suliza Hashim

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Some conceivable themes/Issues Internal Dynamics of the Asian family Young Adult Preoccupations and their appearance in writing Social Problems and their appearance in writing Various sorts of Feminist Agency Conflicts between societies/social qualities Oppression – Race/Gender (or both)

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Some conceivable points/issues The Shadow of Imperialism Aspects of Nationhood in different Countries as communicated through writing Diasporic Communities and Memories of Space and Place Archetypal Echoes (Myth and Archetypes) Cultural Variations of the different subject/issues above

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TYPES OF TEXTS LITERARY TEXTS (SHORT STORIES, POEMS, NOVELS, PLAYS, MEMOIRS ETC.) Magazines Comics Advertisements Movies Mini Series Computer Games

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Identifying your hypothetical Method Identify the Framework that you will utilize while examining the picked point/issue. On the off chance that you have picked a content that is not customary scholarly fiction, i.e Film, Mini Series, Computer Games, Advertisements and so forth., you should plainly demonstrate that it contains/portrays theme/issues that can be investigated by means of a methodology that you can likewise use to examine an abstract content.

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Identifying your hypothetical Method Identify certain key ideas/viewpoints that you will use to help in your exchange of the theme/issue picked. Clarify how these will help you distinguish significant scenes/scenes/things that are associated with the theme/issue. These would for the most part be found in a specific READING APPROACH/THEORY or a mix of them: (Formalism/Marxism/Feminism/Psychoanalysis/Postcolonialism and so on.)

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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK SAMPLE 1 Topic : Shadows of Imperialism Theoretical Framework – key parts of provincial talk investigation and postcolonial hypothesis by and large ORIENTALISM - (meaning of orientalism, sub-classes of orientalism – OCCIDENTALISM, OTHERING, MANICHEAN DIVIDE, EXOTICISM, IMPERIAL HEGEMONY Dominance of a specific philosophy (connected to government) ADVERTISEMENTS – British India,East India, Housing Projects ( Marrakesh ), Ads that pass on an imperialistic sentimentality

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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK SAMPLE 2 Topic : Archetypal Echoes (Myth and Archetypes)/Revisionings Identify the models and the source (social writings – Ramayana, Mahabaratha, Sejarah Melayu, Egyptian Myths, Persian Myths) Establish key viewpoints connected to original hypothesis – Archetypal ladies – lady, mother, hag Archetypal personas : Wizards/Sorcerers/Witches/High Priestesses/Kings/Queens/Biblical Parables and Parallells and so on The courses in which these are anticipated by means of cutting edge revisionings (in artistic writings/adverts/PC amusements and so on

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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK SAMPLE 3 Topic : Young Adult Preoccupations and their appearance in writing Aspects from Psychoanalysis, Marxism, Gender and so on Repression Conflicts with Parental power Oedipus/Electra Complex The Return of the Repressed Ways in which the above are exhibited in ways that speak to youthful grown-up perusers (sorts of characters/characterisation )

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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK SAMPLE 4 Topic : Diasporic Communities and Memories of Space and Place Hybridity UnHomeliness In Between Spaces Alienation Adaptations Syncretism Xenophobia Friction (Conflicts) between original and ensuing diasporic eras in a specific nation Dialogism (inward –within diasporic group and between a diasporic group and the Other inside the country)

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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK SAMPLE 4 EDUCATION AND LITERATURE Examination writings, techniques, educational programs, educator capability, instructor/understudy state of mind or inspiration, method of evaluation, improvement of basic/inventive considering, social mindfulness, and so on. May be subjective or quantitative

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Comparative Framework Establish a similar worldview – topic, class, impact, structure, and so forth. Set up a legitimacy for examination amongst content and content or message and different regions of decision Establish the issue for correlation – topical, elaborate, prototype, and so on. Build up a basic/abstract hypothesis based system to make examination Discuss purposes of meeting and dissimilarity as a component of discoveries

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Elaborating on Framework (Methodology) Introduce the key viewpoints that you have chosen to outline your dialog of the theme. Clarify in point of interest how every perspective is amazingly significant to your examination of the content chose. Clarify in subtle element how you will demonstrate the connection between the angle and particular scenes/scenes/things of the content picked.

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Elaborating on Framework (Methodology) Develop your structure by demonstrating the confirmation of the key perspectives examined before in particular scenes/scenes/things in the picked content. These should be quickly presented as you will examine the subtle elements in your examination. This is vital as you should demonstrate that you can interface the hypothetical perspectives to the content. On the off chance that you only discuss the angles without demonstrating the connection, it doesn\'t reflect basic consciousness of distinguishing proof and elucidation.

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Explaining your Theoretical Framework You should demonstrate that you see every perspective by examining it completely. Don\'t simply let the outside reference materials that you select as proof of hypothetical issues represent you. Clarify what you comprehend of the outside reference, demonstrate your comprehension of it and remark on significance to proposal/content.

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Explanation of Theoretical Framework "otherness incorporates doubleness , both character and distinction, so that each other , each unique in relation to and prohibited by is rationalistically made and incorporates the qualities and significance of the colonizing society even as it rejects its energy to characterize" "the western idea of the oriental is based, as Abdul JanMohamed contends, on the Manichean purposeful anecdote (seeing the world as isolated into commonly barring alternate extremes): if the west is requested, sound, manly, great, then the orient is tumultuous, nonsensical, ladylike, malicious. Essentially to invert this polarizing is to be complicit in its totalizing and personality annihilating force (all is diminished to an arrangement of divisions, dark or white, and so forth.)" Lye, John. 1998. A few Issues in Postcolonial Theory ( 1997 ). Gotten to Friday, February 01, 2008. Accessible online from http://www.brocku.ca/english/courses/4F70/postcol.html

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Explanation of Theoretical Framework " The expression "half and half" … alludes to the idea of hybridity , a critical idea in post-provincial hypothesis, alluding to the mix (or, blending) of social signs and practices from the colonizing and the colonized societies ("integration" might be too methodical a word to speak to the assortment of stratagems, frantic or tricky or great willed, by which individuals adjust to the necessities and the chances of pretty much onerous or intrusive social inconveniences, live into outsider social examples through their own particular structures of seeing, in this way creating something well known yet new). The digestion and adjustment of social practices, the cross-treatment of societies, can be seen as positive, advancing, and element, and in addition as harsh. " Hybridity " is likewise a valuable idea for separating the false sense that colonized societies - or colonizing societies so far as that is concerned - are solid, or have key, constant components . " Lye, John. 1998. A few Issues in Postcolonial Theory ( 1997 ). Gotten to Friday, February 01, 2008. Accessible online from http://www.brocku.ca/english/courses/4F70/postcol.html

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Explanation of Theoretical Framework The term "subaltern" was initially utilized out of its military connection of substandard positioning fighters by Antonio Gramsci as he received it to allude to the subordinate classes that made up the Italian lower class in his "Notes on Italian History". The constitution of that subordinate class relied on upon there being dependably a gathering that commanded the space inside which they were arranged, a mastery that stretched out additionally to the design of the "character of the spoke to and the agent" (55). The force of representation was quite often in the hands of the prevailing. Pillai , Shanthini . (2007) Colonial Visions, Postcolonial Re-dreams: Images of the Indian Diaspora in Malaysia . Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p.xii

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Linking Theoretical Framework to Thesis Focus This is eminently best seen against the scenery of JanMohamed\'s idea of the \'economy of Manichean purposeful anecdote\' that he sees as normal for most colonialist accounts in articulating the resistance between the "putative prevalence of the European and the assumed mediocrity of the local" (2000: 1059). Pillai , Shanthini . (2007) Colonial Visions, Postcolonial Re-dreams: Images of the Indian Diaspora in Malaysia . Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p.19

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Linking Theoretical Framework to Analysis The issues brought up in the entry above are doubly executed in the pioneer stories that I examine in this part. They accentuate the way of pioneer composing as comparable and interrelated with the monetary control of the pilgrim industrialist wander. Pillai , Shanthini . (2007) Colonial Visions, Postcolonial Re-dreams: Images of the Indian Diaspora in Malaysia . Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p.19

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Literature Review Identify past work done on the content that you have picked. Don\'t simply take a gander at past undertaking papers. Try not to utilize insignificant book audits as writing survey. You have to take a gander at works by pundits on the content, on the subject and on the socio-social background of content.

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Literature Review Literature audit must be particular to the

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