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Structuralism and Its Aftermath in the Fiction of Henry James
Prevalence of mental disorders and its related factors among elderly of Birjand, 2014
Introduction and purpose: Researchers pay more attention toward mental health status of elderly due to increased life expectancy and aged population. Therefore, this study aimed to identifyExpand
A Model for National E-readiness Assessment Based on System Approach
We propose an innovative scientific model for nationwide e-readiness assessment, proposed model including several levels, aim to reach the success factors and target customer groups, with enabling values. Expand
Relationship between religious orientation and mental health in older people
Background: Given to increasing of life expectancy and population of older people, consideration to mental health and its related variables in older people has been more important. The aim of thisExpand
The Experience of (Cultural) Reality in Henry James’s The Ambassadors
The later Henry James’s fiction is a productive field of cultural experience. The present paper takes to analyze the creation of symbolic cultural realities in The Ambassadors through the expositionExpand
Artificial Intelligence, Its Abilities and Challenges
Current year artificial intelligence can be found in various sciences such as medical, aerospace science, engineering and project design, exploration and military weapons. Attention to application ofExpand
A Theory of Literary Structuralism (in Henry James)
Structuralism provides innovative grounds for the analysis of prose literature. The role of the fiction reader, story in the service of language, and story no longer for representing the concreteExpand
Psychoanalytic Perspective of Trauma in John Barth’s The Development: Nine Stories
This study aims to investigate John Barth’s The Development in the light of trauma theory. Traumatic events were firstly discussed in Freud’s Studies in Hysteria, and then were revisited in BeyondExpand
Techniques of unreadability in The Wings of the Dove
The later Henry James was aware that English fiction was at the risk of an excessive “vulgarity” from which he was anxious to help save it. To achieve this purpose, he used the techniques of aExpand