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indicative of contemporary significance. Liebst believed that this stemmed from Travis Preston’s vision of the opera’s narrative and dramaturgical capabilities, which were further enhanced by the attributes of Ridehuset. Bondam concurs with the production

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fertile ground for shaping the political and ideological narratives based on nation. The public use of some concepts, such as nation, national culture, traditions and folklore as well as their instrumentalization within a radio discourse in the first

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Irodalom 1. Georgakopoulou , A. ( 2007 ): From narrative/text to small stories/practices . in: Small Stories, Interaction and Identities. Studies in Narrative 8. John

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the peculiarity that, within the same narrative, he can change his shape: “Here, while passing the lower congregation’s cemetery, he sees a black creature, like a wolf, come running out of the cemetery and heading in a big arc towards the road and the

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-task mental states by examining, for example, the degree of control over one’s off-task thoughts ( Christoff, Irving, Fox, Spreng, & Andrews-Hanna, 2016 ). An intense attentional absorption and emotional involvement in a long, elaborate, narrative daydream may

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also not be explicitly referenced in the sports betting literature. The review will therefore proceed in a narrative fashion, based on the authors’ knowledge of these topics. The Discussion will further consider other potentially relevant structural

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, 2006 ) and Kvale and Brinkmann's (2015) procedure for meaning condensation, and themes were constructed in an open-ended, exploratory, and data-driven comparative analysis of participant narratives. The interview process allowed for the resolution of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Mark D. Griffiths, Zsolt Demetrovics, and Paweł A. Atroszko

result in impaired judgment, poor health, burnout, and breakdowns ( Griffiths, 2005a ) as opposed to what might be described as “enthusiastic workaholism” where few problems are associated with the behavior. This paper comprises a narrative review and

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Following the July Revolution of 1830, French history writing began to reflect a new personal perspective that allowed many to identify with the earlier revolution of 1789. This immediate association with the past allowed individuals to connect with history in ways that reflected themselves as well as the new political and cultural horizon. French grand opéra represented this desire for historical knowledge by displaying a dramatic narrative akin to the writings of French academic historian Jules Michelet (1798–1874). Through the analysis of the music and libretto of Daniel Auber’s Gustave III (1833) it is shown that the historical narrative found within this so-called’ opéra historique’ embraces the same historiographic narrative of revolution as found in the writings of Michelet. Such an investigation highlights the aesthetic and cultural importance of grand opéra in France as well as the genre’s relationship to national identity in the first half of the nineteenth century.

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The essay engages only narratorial strategies that are manifestations of essential features of the minimalist narrative in contemporary American fiction. Minimalism reduces text-level agency through narratorial functional disorders (devices that block those functions) and limits them further, even effaces them completely, in figural narratives whose focalizer is an inarticulate character. The consequential psyche (if the narrator is of this type) and phenomenological presentation together can result in almost complete information blackout in some works by Joy Williams, Jay McInerney, or Bret Easton Ellis.

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