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Cullion means “wretch, rascal, rogue“. Cullion is cited in (3) of William Shakespeare’s plays including (Henry V, III.ii.21), (Henry VI, 6, P2, I.iii.38), My favorite being Taming of the Shrew (TS IV.ii.20) : “Such a one as muses a god of such Cullion.” 21 more words
Critical Theory for Library and Information Science: Exploring the Social from Across the Disciplines
Buschman, J., Given, L. M., & Leckie, G. J. (2010). Critical theory for library and information science: Exploring the social from across the disciplines. Santa Barbara, Calif: Libraries Unlimited. 279 more words
Some more comments on the set readings. This time, the diagram on “Inductive and Deductive Strategies” (p2).
I’m assuming that you can start formulating your research at any of the four ovals: observations and empirical generalisations, if you’re being inductive and working from practice to theory; theories and hypotheses if you’re being deductive and working from theory to practice. 284 more words
Spring … nature wakes up. It seems that it gathers vigor and potency to deliver the enchantment of renewal and then, a full summer. The birthing during spring may feel sudden as when chirping birds inundate our hearing one morning, seemingly out of the blue. 543 more words