perspective on macroeconomic behavior led to the concept that came to be called the 'natural' rate of unemployment, borrowing from the notion that arose in Europe during the interwar years, of a 'natural' interest rate.
They present a functional and empirically based account of Saisiyat morphology within the morpheme-based morphology approach, which is best represented by the two structuralist
approaches: item-and-arrangement, and item-and-process.
He said: "I did an essay at university that was a structuralist
comparison of Annie Hall and When Harry Met Sally.
Designed for students and interested others, the editors of this collection include an interesting introduction, bibliographies for further reading, and introductions to each of the anthology's ten sections: genre theory, historical models of lyric, New Criticism, structuralist
reading, Frankfurt School approaches, phenomenologies of lyric reading, avant-garde anti-lyricism, lyric and sexual difference, and comparative lyric.
A critical concern in this analysis is the validity of using the structuralist
activity, one that involves a deep relationship with the subject undertaking the activity, to make any claims about the essential nature of the universe.
The Western-based dominant structuralist
framework has found traction among some East Asian scholars, including Stephen Chiu, who argues in his chapter that the labor movements in Hong Kong emerged as actors perceived their political power to be greater than their opponents'.
This is a central question raised by Kathleen Higgins as she explores music's ethical value, as well as the relative import of what has been known as "high art" and the structuralist
methods that have been practiced in its analysis.
The author places these texts in their colonial and postcolonial contexts, developing upon, and linking with, structuralist
theories of colonialism and patriarchy.
In table 1, When we analysed t test results which shows leadership level of study group according to sex variant; there is no meaningful difference between structuralist
frame levels that is sub-dimension of leadership [t value =0,453 p(0,651)>0,05].
The two most troubling aspects of these suggestions are (a) the obscurity of just what it is that the minimal structuralist
does commit to, and (b) the lack of any account of what constitutes 'reading off'.
This keeps him far from structuralist
determinism; and although he deploys elements of the post-structuralist
theories that were ascendant in the 1970s, he never allows himself to get bogged down in their excesses.
In these two books, Nuttall saves both Shakespeare studies and the classical concept of mimesis from being hopelessly fragmented by two of the fashionable ideological juggernauts of the late twentieth century: structuralist
linguistic theory on the one hand, and the New Historicism on the other.