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When Murakami Double Crossed Chekov. Or not ?

Now, I’m going to write about a literary review. I never study literature, well, I might though, back in the high school, but I didn’t get so many things that I can call myself a literature-pro. 2,132 more words

Anton Chekhov

Those pesky papers called Literature Reviews

by Sabrina C. Zertuche

There comes a time in some courses where students have to write a paper that calls for extensive research, understanding, and detailed writing. 256 more words

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Draft Literature Review

The information presented below is a draft of a literature review I am writing for my masters program capstone course.  I would appreciate any feedback, constructive criticism, input, etc., from anyone that cares to help.   4,092 more words

California State University

The Idea of Purity: Neusner and Douglas (Part II)

In Part I of this series, I briefly described Neusner’s initial interactions with Douglas’s work, Purity and Danger. In this essay, I am reviewing Neusner’s explicit critique of Douglas’s view which comes toward the end of the fourth lecture, “The Idea of Purity in Ancient Judaism.” Neusner admits that he is not criticizing Douglas’s proposal outright. 417 more words

Literature Review

Gaming With Learning Design

As mentioned in my previous blog post I will be writing a mini-lit review each weekend on the papers that I have read that week. This week I turned my attention to gamification. 1,336 more words


The Idea of Purity: Neusner and Douglas (Part I)

In 1973, Neusner presented a series of lectures at Oberlin College in which he addressed the topic of purity in ancient Judaism. The four lectures build upon each other, beginning with the biblical text and working chronologically to talmudic Judaism, a span of about 1,000 years. 382 more words

Literature Review

How effective are mindfulness-based interventions in the workplace? Some findings from a literature review….

A recent (unpublished) review of mindfulness-based intervention papers between 2005 and 2011 found 10 studies assessing effectiveness of mindfulness-based workplace interventions. Four of these studies were based on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), four utilised the mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) approach, one was based on mindfulness-based cognitive training (MBCT) and one used mindfulness (unspecified) principles to deliver a mentoring intervention within a psychiatric hospital to enhance team processes. 485 more words

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