Textual meanings hold a text together, organising 'ideational
and interpersonal meaning, as coherent and relevant text' (Martin, 1994, p.
resources build on a rich resource in the form of making e-textiles themselves.
Such investigations may lead us to challenge mono-causal accounts of actor motivation in favor of ones that consider how ideas of multiple forms come to constitute interests, (10) and how ideational
and material power are interwoven.
The "night" period is the Middle Ages (or the ideational
system of culture, according to Sorokin), and the "day" period is the New Age (or sensual culture).
This research aims to reveal that the use of grammatical structures such as metaphors, nominalization, passivization and Ideational
Grammatical Metaphor in a political discourse has a specific purpose, which is twofold in nature.
They investigated the ideational
meaning by focusing on the lexico-grammatical choices in the transitivity system of the structure of the clauses and identified the metafunctional patterns of ideation found in the lexico-grammar of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness.
societies prize faith, revelation, and mystery.
San Akca's primary hypotheses of ideational
contiguity and a history of conflict against the target state are intuitive and well-established elements that stem from the "enemy of my enemy" theory.
Barnes asserts that there is an ideational
component to water use and allocation that fuels the ambition of governments to construct symbolic structures such as dams.
Amalgamation of both material and non-material or ideational
factors can explain this question of non-use more clearly.
While legal or regulatory obligations to run health systems have primarily remained at the level of national governments, the ideational
and discursive exchanges about suitable models, appropriate reforms, and socially protective arrangements extends to various transnational forums across multiple scales.