dramatism


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dramatism

n. dramatismo, conducta espectacular y lenguaje dramatizado manifestados en ciertos trastornos mentales.
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Now, she is shining on the stage at Lyric Opera demonstrating to its audiences all the beauty, warmth and dramatism of her talent.
There have been no record of losses incurred on account of the Greek crisis, so there should be no excessive dramatism on the topic.
Scholarly innovation and expertise will be realized by advancing and applying the research methodologies of dramatism and narrative interviews to study humanitarian technology interventions.
Burke's perspective on perspectives: grounding dramatism in the representative anecdote.
Femininity - Femininity + Chaos Irrationality (witchcraft) Subjectivity Relativism Individuality Indirect aggression Rejection Social exclusion Gossip Disinformation Manipulation Dependence Imprevisibility Premature cognitive attachment Hysteria Dramatism Spectacular Stagnation Masculinity - Masculinity +
For this reason, dramatism is always on the verge of this difficult problem, which reaches its culmination in tragedy, in the song of the scapegoat.
Chapter 7 thus considers the rhetorical theories of apologia, image repair, kategoria, dramatism, and narrative.
6, alternating pastoral idyllism with symphonic dramatism.
Analiza subiectivitatii persoanei presupune, in mod obligatoriu, reciprocitate si comunitate afectiva, comprehensiune, dimensiune conferita de psihologia medicala care va studia existenta umana aflata in stare de boala, al carei dramatism accentueaza caracterul particular al bolii, ii modifica modul de reflectare si orientare al conduitei.
The tragic moments of the Arabs' invasion establish inordinate dramatism and emotion.
I consider the leaving year as difficult, filled with certain dramatism, but on the whole as a good and productive year," President Atambaev said.
Among their topics are finding the time for Burke, Marxism's influence on his critique of techno-logology, Burke and the positive potentials of technology, the dramatism debate, and his vision for university-wide dialogue.