Vasishta Bhargavi

Vasishta Bhargavi
Chaoyang University of Technology · The College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
My current research interests are postcolonialism, Women biographies studies through cognitive lens, Indian English theater and interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary areas that bridge the gap between science and arts.
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September 2014 - present
Rajeev Gandhi Memorial College of Engineering and Technology
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (12)
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This study investigates the effects of FigureNotes on sensory processing abilities and the learning behaviors of young children. The settings for this research were a non-profit early-intervention center and a private preschool in the metropolitan, where one hundred and twenty private preschool children and 32 children with Autism Spectrum Disorder...
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The study of Synesthesia focuses on the possibility of multisensory association by integrating cues. This association may be an automatic perception of one sense to another. For example, someway listening to one particular music album may trigger its long time memories associated with it and this can be called as Auditory Synesthesia, which encompa...
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English as a lingua franca for academia and academic literacy practices in English for academic purposes (EAP) were investigated in this study. This study used a qualitative approach and applied content analysis as the research design. The study was conducted in Surakarta between March and June in 2018, analyzing 12 EAP syllabi and engaging with 40...
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A revamped portrayal of 'Refugee crisis' is garnered in Indian English Theatre with the publication of "The Refugee" by Asif Currimbhoy. This paper which is a qualitative Library-based and empirical research which analyses the situation of refugees through the two characters (refugees) mainly Yasin and Ramul underpins today's one of the most import...
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This is an analysis of literature text in social context. It tries to identify the emotions of refugees and humanitarian assistance they need for their inclusion in society. Since the war between India, Pakistan and Bangladesh there were many issues that weren't addressed by any. As the play is semi-autobiographical in its tone, it is more an indiv...
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This paper addresses the concept of genderization of disciplines – in particular the disciplines of STEM (viz., Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) – and, the need to de-genderize the STEM disciplines. Two examples, namely Physics and Software Engineering have been taken up for further genderization classification. It is found that va...
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Abstract The lack of similarity in the attitudes of learners and teachers with respect to using online or eLearning resources along with e-Methodologies persist, despite technical advances. The authors have developed and administered a questionnaire to assess pertinent attitudes and perceptions of learners(n=60) toward online instruction at a pri...
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The societal rules have been largely shaped by the male-dominated legislators and forces where there is a limited right to exist for a woman. The woman though married or unmarried or a prostitute the way the society looks at her is not changing though we are globalized. Indian women, in some ways, have also made some strides. Millions of women have...
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Teaching, reading, writing and documentation have gone through significant transition from the normal traditional hand-to-print mode to a digital setting, whereby enthusiasts can share/disseminate their intellectuality through various audio, visual and other virtual mechanisms. Since the invention of the Phonograph in 1877, the first talking book b...
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Higher Education in India needs to stabilize from its roots. Nowadays qualityeducation isthe most commonly heard issue. But it's neither easy nor can be done early. Academicians all over the world are really struggling to best use the human resources for faster development. In such situations it's very important to look at the flexible pedagogy whi...
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This paper highlights the current trends in postcolonial literature and the traditional ways, especially of African literature, with special reference to Wole Soyinka's play The Road. Modern African Literature forms a part of the collective struggle of the African intellectuals in the second half of the twentieth century. They tried to restore the...

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Questions (4)
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Hi
Is there any scientific way of evaluation of IELTS Speaking test for
multilinguals who use context specific terminology?
Or please share how use of context sensitive terminology effects grades in speaking test in IELTS?
Thanks in advance
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Do we need to you have 'research 'digital-ship? What digital languages are required to use these digital tools?
With the above questions it has been noticed that there is a strong demand for multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research and also working with a team of researchers rather being struggling alone. Of course team-researching is a little low in Humanities and Social sciences than in STEM. So the need to equip with statistical/computational tools is required for improving qualitative research for humanities researchers.
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I request for the literature associated with 'Refugee Studies' as this is the need of hour to encourage a specific genre for 'refugees' to address their socio-humanity concerns beyond state politics. Your views please...
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Hi, I'm currently working on the application of Cognitive science for literary texts. I considered looking at biographies of African-American writers (whose biographies I feel to have 'cognitive flavor of inner voice', viz. Adichie, Toyin ADEWALE).
I would like to know the theorists whose model best fits into studying women Biographies/life stories through cognitive flavor.
Thanks in advance.

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Projects (2)
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This is to study cognitive approaches to understanding perceptions, emotions and many other issues related to the memory that constitutes both the production and reception of literary text and performance.
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Understanding the most recent research in Applied Linguistics and see the possible applications to make it a computational study.