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  Reference: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Thesauri, Usage, Quotations, and more. Bartleby.com
The American Language: An Inquiry into the Development of English in the United States, 2nd ed.
This classic defines the distinguishing characteristics of the language of the United States.
Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech.
www.bartleby.com /reference   (739 words)

  
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Artistic writing attempts to craft a certain complexity of meaning that cannot be fully explicated or analyzed, because its quality is in part a matter of form, rhythm, juxtaposition, engagement, and response -- the experience of the journey.
The structure of artistic essays may be web-like rather than linear, creating nodes or points of resonance; it might be conversational or narrative; it might suggest a mosaic, a painting, or a piece of music; it might have a call-and-response or other traditional oral pattern; often, it will invite the reader on a journey.
For the transparent writer, language is almost mathematical: it is meant to be as precise and objective as possible, and as universally accessible.
www.pauahtun.org /CheckArt.html   (2489 words)

  
 Artistic language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Overlapping with artistic languages is the group of philosophical languages, languages derived from some first principle.
Fictional languages are separated from artistic languages by both purpose and relative completion: a fictional language generally has the least amount of grammar and vocabulary possible, and rarely extends beyond the absolutely necessary.
An earlier instance is Philip José Farmer's Winkie language, a relative of the Germanic languages spoken by the Winkies of Oz in A Barnstormer in Oz.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Artistic_language   (1622 words)

  
 Artistic language - Definition, explanation
Fictional languages are intended to be the languages of a fictional world, and are often designed with the intent of giving more depth and an appearance of plausibility to the fictional worlds with which they are associated.
A personal language may be invented for the purpose of having a beautiful language, for self-expression, as an exercise in understanding linguistic principles, or perhaps as an attempt to create a language with an extreme phonemic inventory or system of verbs.
Artistic languages include languages of fictional worlds and peoples and for alternate histories, languages for micronations, languages created for humor and self-amusement and languages created for the pleasure of inventing a language.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/a/ar/artistic_language.php   (1164 words)

  
 Postcolonial Film by John Ziniewicz
Hollywood is not completely without its artistic element, and it is in the purity of this artistic element that people living outside the context of European culture are able to, to a certain extent, directly perceive the artistic expression of the filmmaker.
A parallel can be made between visual language and verbal language, both in the 'creolization' of the given language of the colonial nation and in the emphasis on speaking the nativelanguage whenever possible.
Thus, in manipulating the visual language of the mix-en-scene, the filmmaker is practicing both of these modes of rebellion in inventing new semiotic structure.
www.fred.net /tzaka/john/artistic.html   (3462 words)

  
 Tenuous Border   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It is not the case for labeling the artistic language Performance which is probably the one who most hardly tried to deceive the classifications of theoretic, critics and journalists; rather, it tries to follow the tenuous borders of that language.
During the artistic Performance, the artist is dropped into a threshold problem; however, as conceptor and evaluator, respectively previously to and after the action, the artist needs to plunge into and fly over the research site, so as to proceed with the artistic creation process.
We would believe we had reached the Performance artistic language, since Phelan refers to the notion of presence and to the interaction of the art object with the viewer; however, her refers to photography, paints, films, theater pieces, and political claims.
www.corpos.org /papers/performancestudies.html   (4237 words)

  
 APA Newsletters 98:1 - Alain Locke and the Language of World Solidarity
The minority groups...take refuge in the common bond of their native language and tradition, and, after an interval of cultural reassertion and nationalism, develop ambitions for political independence or irredentist reunion with some larger political group of like language, tradition and culture.
Language serves as a "symbol of political allegiance and group solidarity in the contemporary world;" it is a myth, that, like the race myth, takes its place in conflict situations.
And further, "Language and blood are held to be basic bonds of social unity instead of common institutions, and this leads in their logic to the justification of the expulsion or extermination of all alien minorities.
www.apa.udel.edu /apa/archive/newsletters/v98n1/black/scholz.asp   (3311 words)

  
 Languages and Cultures
Competence in a language other than English not only promotes international understanding and communication, but also increases students career opportunities in commerce and finance, diplomacy, library science, education, social work, publishing, communication, scientific and technical research, and the arts, and prepares them for graduate school, which normally requires proficiency in at least one foreign language.
Language courses at the 100 level introduce students to essentials of grammar, reading, oral fluency, and aural comprehension, as well as to a general understanding of the cultural context.
As one of the key languages of international diplomatic communication, literary creativity, and artistic achievement, French is a practical and useful language for career, personal and professional travel, and general cultural enrichment.
www.uccs.edu /~pubs/bulletinsite/site/las/languages_and_cultures.htm   (1003 words)

  
 World Auxiliary Language Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
A universal auxiliary language to be taught in all the schools of the world would ensure that future generations of students will not be unnecessarily forced to inherit the awkward necessity of learning a new language once they have passed the prime age at which language acquisition is fully automatic--sometime in adolescence or pre-adolescence.
However, some language minorities could conceivably either be phased out of instruction in their native language, or, if preservation of the local language is upheld as a priority, the learning of the national language could be abandoned as more venues (such as in voting, etc.) increasingly used the international language.
If it were actually deemed necessary to continue language in all three languages, then this could be done in order to give the language minority access to their own community’s heritage, that of the nation of which they are a part, and to that of the global community of which they are also a part.
onetongue.com /faq   (13030 words)

  
 A Conlang FAQ
A constructed language, or conlang, is a language created consciously, usually by one person, rather than one evolving over long periods of time in a community of speakers.
J.R.R. Tolkien is one of the more famous conlangers of this century, devising numerous languages; he called conlanging his "secret vice." The medieval nun Hildegard of Bingen supplemented her vocabulary with almost 1000 words of Lingua Ignota, her "unknown language," when she wrote in Latin several hundred years ago.
Some conlangs are languages designed or intended to express meanings which other languages may ignore, neglect, suppress, etc., such as Laadan, created by Suzette Haden Elgin for her novel Native Tongue as a way to talk about women's language.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Acropolis/9219/conlangfaq.html   (2279 words)

  
 Philosophy of Figurative Art | Artist Statement: A New Artistic Language and Direction for the New Century
My goal is to create a new artistic language and change the direction of art for the twenty-first century.
The figure or figures give artistic life to the art and human meaning to the viewer.
Commensurability is the primary aesthetic force that breathes timelessness into the artistic idea.
www.randolphlee.com /philosophy   (690 words)

  
 Jedi Council Forums - The Language of Art
Like most other disciplenes such as mathematics, science, psychology, etc. Art is a language in the truest sense of the word; it gives us the ability to communicate the fathoms and depths of the human mind and explain them in a way that we could not do verbally.
Art transcends any one language and has an oral/aural/visual language of its own that is completley different and forever changing.
Language is just another tool for the creation of Art, and saying that Italian or French is more important than Spanish, English or Japanese is like saying that red paint is more important than green paint.
boards.theforce.net /Message.aspx?topic=7306662   (976 words)

  
 The Mountain Times Online
She also said that sign language is not universal – people who are deaf from different countries speak different sign languages.
American Sign Language (ASL) is the most commonly used sign language in the United States and is the indigenous sign language of the deaf.
She taught sign language at the North Carolina School for the Deaf in Morganton for 20 years and at Appalachian State University for 25 years.
www.mountaintimes.com /mtweekly/2006/0608/sign_language.php3   (922 words)

  
 Pedagogical Training
The field of SLA/Applied Linguistics strives to bridge the gap between second language acquisition theory and language teaching practice, between the study of language and the study of literature or cultural studies, between everyday language practices and academic and artistic language use.
Their research includes issues of language and identity in second language acquisition, the importance of genre in the acquisition of L2 literacy, notions of authorship and authenticity in computer-mediated communication.
You will choose a specific area of second language acquisition and/or methodological research, read and critique about three recent articles in the subfield, present your findings to the class (15 min.), and contribute the written report (2-3 pp.) to a compilation to be published for the benefit of all class members.
german.berkeley.edu /graduate/pedagogy.php   (1668 words)

  
 Learn Tagalog Online - Write or Speak in Tagalog Language Exchange
A language exchange complements other forms of learning such as classroom, cultural immersion and multimedia, because you get to practice all that you have learned with native speakers in a safe and supportive environment.
Language exchange learning is also inexpensive because we provide free tips and conversation lesson plans that allow you to do a language exchange on your own.
Add your profile to the language exchange community and let others contact you to for language exchange learning.
www.mylanguageexchange.com /learn/Tagalog.asp   (1111 words)

  
 A Portrait of Post-Modernism: Poetry, Art and Beyond ~~~ Introduction
Versification, punctuation, language and structure is in exile.
My language is at times, as absurd as the human condition, it would seem hypocritical to write in a style that disclaims my protest.
I consider poetry to be a more explicit vessel of expression and the liberties of language are perhaps greater than that of aesthetics, yet, the visual language is more equivocal and polysemous.
www.watto.org /heidi/main.html   (2180 words)

  
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Language as an artistic instrument in the creation of the poetic and prose text.
Objectives are the use of the Spanish language for clarity and precision in the exposition/communication of the materials for exact understanding of listener or reader, and the use of the techniques for written composition.
Starting from the supposition that literature is essentially the use of language for artistic creativity, the instructor directs students who are already majoring in language/literature to an appreciation of the creative effort behind the written work of art as the reader discovers it.
www.sevillestudies.com /language_hum.htm   (3719 words)

  
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artistic language that is used to magnify His beautiful name.
God loves art, especially art that glorifies Him and artistic language that is used to magnify His beautiful name.
Language is a viable medium of communicating ideas in so far as language reflects truth.
www.mbbc.edu /page.aspx?m=1488   (1737 words)

  
 Privileging Language: The Text in Electronic Writing
This is language that seems to fit in with Seaman’s paradigm of how he intends his language to operate in the liberated field of The World Generator, but Andrews seems to address the larger purpose of why language is being used at all.
Language’s social resonances still need center stage, choreographed to implicate situations beyond the immediate GUI (Graphic User Interface) and to ‘remind’ us, by interpretable social choices (and the social force) of language, of the world(s) beyond.
This is language of a poetic first intensity - even a condensed language, along the lines of Pound - and yet it seems amenable to a recombinant poetics that thrives on real-time creation of textual experiences by a program (or demon, as I’ve described it in Fashionable Noise) acting on source files.
www.electronicbookreview.com /thread/firstperson/databased   (5813 words)

  
 Charter High School for Architecture & Design
He has three years as a Spanish and English language skills developer, teacher and director for 4th through 12th grades, is also involved in Bilingual Creative Workshops, helping young adults and adults at all learning levels.
The ability to combine the artistic sensibilities and Spanish language to create exciting visual impact while enhancing the overall learning experience and meeting project specifications in the workshop's criteria is imperative in his classroom.
This leads to strong language, artistic and architectural skills to aid in the execution of clean, tight designs in order to complete a specified creative project.
www.chadphila.org /faculty/fleo.html   (216 words)

  
 Iranian Language Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Middle Persian was initially the language of the province of Pars (Persia), and a development of the Old Persian of the Achaemenid royal inscriptions or one of its close dialects.
It was also taken as the language of artistic expression and science by the population of Central Asia and Muslim inhabitants of China, as well as the aristocratic classes of Ottoman Turkey.
Almost all of the speakers of these minor languages are bi-lingual in the official languages of theirrespective countries; such is also the case with the speakers of Kurdish, Baluchi, and Pashto.
www.iranologie.com /history/ilf.html   (2828 words)

  
 Sicily - Sicilian Poetry School
This language should consists in an illustrious Sicilian, purged from the elements more dialectical and lively, and it should be built in the lexic and syntax using Latin of Knights and the Provence's form.
According to the language was the choice of metrical plans and poetry themes characterized by an explanatory and scholastic grammar and by a metrical really far away from the comic arguments there will be in 1300.
This date determined the end of the Swabia's power and, consequently determined the move of Italian's artistic center from Sicily to Florence and Tuscany.
www.grifasi-sicilia.com /scuolagbr.htm   (387 words)

  
 Clause Oldenburg-Artistic Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The central language of Claes Oldenburg is that of contradiction.
This is a prime example of the maturation of his artistic emotive skill.
Not only does he use a large everyday object by itself; he rather places it on one of the most powerful symbols of war, a tank.
shakti.trincoll.edu /~awertz/oldenburg/language.html   (682 words)

  
 Musbrek Language - Grammar, Vocabulary, and Lessons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Musbrek is a Germanic language which shares many characteristics with the Eastern Germanic language family.
Much of the grammar is very simplified and regular, making the language easier and quicker to learn than a strictly 'naturalistic' language.
This language was formulated as a 'stealth language' to use between ClockworkAngel and Mouse for private communication in public conversations and in written communication.
www.jashan.net /sites/conlangs/musbrek   (164 words)

  
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Driven by unparallel forces, this artistic language is an evolutionary process, subject to change by technology and cultural preferences.
The building process and its inherent means of expression rely on the intelligent and sensitive use of materials, which in terms of their availability, suitability, cost, and technology necessary to produce them vary according to time and place.
The practice of modern architecture thrives on innovation, innovation breed’s new means of communication; as architects we should concern ourselves with material studies and technological advancement and their effect on architectural language through form and performance.
www.seedwiki.com /wiki/wikifish/thesis_writings.cfm?wpid=130477   (645 words)

  
 Eve Sweetser: Blended spaces and frames   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The first is the use of displaced spatial and temporal perspective in literary texts, as opposed to the kinds of displacement which occur in non-literary contexts.
The second is the relationship between form and meaning, or more precisely the relationships between form-meaning mappings, which characterise artistic or literary use of language.
One conclusion will be that literary texts can involve special meta-level blends, which link networks of form-meaning mappings; it is in large measure these meta-level blends which are the aesthetically special part of artistic language.
www.anth.ucsb.edu /projects/esm/IAM/ESweetser.html   (289 words)

  
 Artistic Source/OAL: Theoretic
While I am in favor of the AL family of licenses, and I hope this essay will strengthen them, this essay is intended to give a comprehensive introduction and unbaised analysis of the Original Artistic License.
The development and growth of the language progressed quickly after that, and in 1989 changed the licensing terms to the much better written and enforceable GNU GPL.
The Artistic License is perhaps best thought of an attempt to create an open-source license that eliminates or mitigates the more controversial aspects of the GPL.
www.jurid.net /linux/OAL.htm   (1082 words)

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