Alaric Naude

Alaric Naude
Suwon Science College, Republic of Korea · Liberal Arts and Humanities

Doctor of Philosophy - Social Science

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The basic principles of modern sociolinguistic engineering as a tool for population indoctrination, subjugation, and control have their beginnings in the strategies designed by Joseph Goebbels of the NAZI regime and also those of the USSR. The redefinition of semantics is a dangerous tool used by propagandists to influence the individuals' sense of...
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Korea is a strongly hierarchical Confucian society that within a social ideal focuses on "the greater good" rather than the individual. With the emphasis on saving face and maintaining stable social hierarchies, the study sought to understand female Korean nursing students' perceptions of feminism. A total of 97 young women responded to the mixed-m...
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Feminism stems from the desire of equality for females and to enhance their rights within society. While being a noble endeavour, the original purpose of and search for a higher ethic which was promised by feminism have both been derailed by undesirable elements. Further, more traditionally conservative countries are resistant to the idea due to th...
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Korea was one of the first countries to be directly impacted by the Covid19 (SARS Type II) virus. The swift response by the medical community was highly effective in reducing the spread of the virus: however, the education system was slower to follow suit and implement changes. This study focuses on the motivational factors of first-year (female) n...
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Interlinear Transliteration of Plate 538 in 3 Fragments of Greek Minor Prophets Scroll from Nahal Hever (Dead Sea Scrolls) based on the original text in 1st or 2nd Century Greek (Roman Period). The original manuscript is written on parchment in Uncial Greek Script is a translation of the Zechariah from Hebrew and was discovered in the “Cave of Horr...
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Sexual dimorphism is highly observable throughout the animal kingdom; however, it is especially emphasized in mammalian physiology and biomechanics. Sexual dimorphism is a highly advantageous strategy that allows for specialization and increases the efficiency of the family unit in their attempts at survival. Several sexually dimorphic features in...
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The subject of the translation, transliteration and rendering of the Tetragrammaton into vernacular languages has been one of heated debate. This paper will look into the Phonetics, Phonology and Semantics of the Tetragrammaton as well as the linguistic and scriptural reasons for advocating its translation and equivalent rendering. Considering the...
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The Republic of Korea has a long history with a tumultuous period of struggles between the Joseon Dynasty and Japanese Imperial colonization to the subsequent Civil War. Throughout this period the religious movement of Jehovah"s Witnesses consistently suffered from a range of human rights abuses due to their refusal to bear arms. This paper will co...
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The preservation of ancient texts is vital for understanding not only culture and ensuring the survival of traditions but also to safeguard this linguistic heritage for future generations as well as to give more scholars access to manuscripts, thereby allowing for translation and expansion of linguistic knowledge. Cross comparison of texts and tran...
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Newton's Third Law was written as a foundation for much of the understanding of physics. However, the underlying principal of oppositional forces is applicable to various fields of understanding, including the sociolinguistic understanding of semantics. Ethnic groups, governmental forces, institutions of learning and religion all interact to change...