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opinions. - Language relation with its social, historical and cultural context. The discursive approach of the text highlights the relation between the narrator and the reader in building an argument which must be appropriate in social practices. It studies

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interviews. In several interviews, we could see how the narrators had chosen various strategies against different difficulties, most of which were exclusion or failure at school. However, the conscious will to change and the intention of proving themselves to

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A fogyatékosság reprezentációja az általános iskolák magyar irodalom tananyagához kapcsolódó irodalmi művekben

Representation of Disability in Literary Works Related to the Hungarian Literature Curriculum of Primary Schools

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Authors:
Nikoletta Mária Gulya
and
Anikó Fehérvári

Children’s Books: A Critical Review of Empirical Studies. World Applied Sciences Journal, Vol. 29. No. 1. pp. 134–141. 55 Wall, B. & Crevecoeur, Y. (1991) Narrator’s

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myself to the refugee housing’). – Self-positioning of the narrator: at first, she identifies with the socially predominant prejudices (‘naturally I had them at the beginning as well’) But this changes during the time. After the experience of contact

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participants as narrators with stories to tell, rather than informants having the answers to researcher’s questions Material The combination of involvement, observant participation, and life

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