Search for dissertations about: "Kinesiska och språk och litteratur från Syd- och Sydostasien"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 8 swedish dissertations containing the words Kinesiska och språk och litteratur från Syd- och Sydostasien.

  1. 1. Tjerita and Novel. Literary Discourse in Post New Order Indonesia

    University dissertation from LUND UNIVERSITY Centre for Languages and Literature Box 201, 221 00 Lund Sweden

    Author : Stefan Danerek; Lund University.; Lunds universitet.; [2006]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Chinese; Kinesiska och språk från Syd- och Sydostasien; social change; Literary development; gender; Indonesia; discourse analysis; short story; Ayu Utami; Languages and Literature studies specific languages ; Languages of South and South-East Asia; Språk- och litteraturvetenskap särskilda språk ; Social changes; theory of social work; Sociala förändringar; teorier om socialt arbete;

    Abstract : The work examines developments in the novel and the short story of writers who grew up during the New Order era (1966-1998) in the period of reform post 1998. It is assumed and subsequently affirmed that the genres are developing, modern genres in dialogue with the past and present. The work's main use of theory is that of M. M. READ MORE

  2. 2. Indonesian Literature vs New Order Orthodoxy. The Aftermath of 1965-1966

    University dissertation from Department of East Asian Languages, Box 713, 220 07, Lund

    Author : Anna-Greta Nilsson-Hoadley; Lund University.; Lunds universitet.; [2002]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Kinesiska och språk och litteratur från Syd- och Sydostasien; Languages and literatures of South and South-East Asia; human rights; culture; political ideas; Communism; army; New Order; Indonesia; literature; Chinese; history; Political history; Politisk historia; Mänskliga rättigheter;

    Abstract : Starting from Theodor Adorno´s assertion that art is negative knowledge of the real world, the book analyses Indonesian literature produced during the New Order which deal with the events of 1965-1966 and its consequences. A number of Indonesia´s best known authors have written on the subject. READ MORE

  3. 3. Amerta Movement of Java 1986-1997 : An Asian Movement Improvisation

    University dissertation from Department of East Asian Languages, Lund University

    Author : Lise Lavelle; Lund University.; Lunds universitet.; [2006]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; improvisation; everyday movements; individuality; physicality; nature and spiritual life; identity; cultural roots; transformation; blosssoming; new developments; communication; bodily expression; flux; intercultural dialogue; Languages of South and South-East Asia; Chinese; Kinesiska och språk från Syd- och Sydostasien;

    Abstract : Amerta Movement is free bodily movement combining the wisdom of Asia with contemporary western dynamics. It is both a concept and a practice. Life is viewed in terms of flux. READ MORE

  4. 4. Burakumin and Shimazaki Toson's Hakai: Images of Discrimination in Modern Japanese Literature

    University dissertation from Institutionen för Östasiatiska Språk

    Author : René Andersson; Lund University.; Lunds universitet.; [2000]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; litteraturteori; litteraturkritik; literary theory; Allmän och jämförande litteratur; literature criticism; Shimazaki Toson; General and comparative literature; Discrimination; Burakumin; Eta; Japan; Modern Literature; Korean; Japanese; Koreanska; Paleo-Siberian languages and literatures; japanska och paleosibiriska språk; Languages and literatures of South and South-East Asia; Chinese; Kinesiska och språk och litteratur från Syd- och Sydostasien;

    Abstract : Published in 1906, Hakai or The Broken Commandment in English, by Shimazaki Tôson, is generally considered the first novel in the genre of shizenshugi, a Japanese variation of French Naturalisme. Traditionally, the novel has been viewed as an example of kokuhaku shôsetsu, or “confessional novel” in that the protagonist “confesses” his origin as a member of Eta¾an autochtonous and despised minority in Japan, in current days called Burakumin. READ MORE

  5. 5. Aspect, tense and mood : Context dependency and the marker LE in Mandarin Chinese

    University dissertation from Department of East Asian Languages, Lund University

    Author : Marita Ljungqvist; Lund University.; Lunds universitet.; [2003]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Chinese; Languages and literatures of South and South-East Asia; Kinesiska och språk och litteratur från Syd- och Sydostasien; pragmatics; marker; semantics; temporality; Relevance Theory; tense; mood; Mandarin Chinese; aspect;

    Abstract : The grammatical marker LE in Mandarin Chinese can occur in two syntactic positions, either immediately following the verb or at the end of a sentence. Traditionally, it has been described as two homophonous but syntactically distinct morphemes, verbal LE and sentence-final LE. READ MORE