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    • 50 Signs of Mental Illness: Translation and Commentary 

      Fare', Hebah (2013-07)
      This thesis deals with the translation and investigation of the most appropriate translation strategies and approaches to use when translating texts of psychological nature. Three chapters of the book entitled 50 Signs of ...
    • Additive Cyclic Codes Over Rings 

      Saman, Jonas (2015-02)
      This Master's thesis introduces a reader with an average knowledge of mathematics to coding theory. A background in algebra is included with the required details needed in coding theory. The thesis guides the reader from ...
    • Addressing Language Errors in L2 Students' Writing: Can Corpora Help? 

      Baghestani, Shireen Palmer (2011-06)
      Direct corpus consultation by learners has been recognized as a means of helping students speak and write standard English by allowing them to look up real world language usage. However, factors such as students' language ...
    • Addressing the Translation into English of near Synonymy in the Holy Qur'an 

      AlHammadi, Fatima A. (2017-03)
      It is now fairly well-established that complete synonymy is almost non-existent in any language, as it is not easy to find two words with the same denotations and/or connotations. On the other hand, near synonymy is plentiful ...
    • Agency, Politics, and Media Translation in Saudi Arabia 

      Al Sowilem, Nada H. (2016-11)
      The aim of this thesis is to explore the interconnection between politics, the media, and translation with particular reference to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Agency and politics play an important role in both media ...
    • Ajaaj and National Identity: A Comic Book with a Serious Mission 

      Al Owais, Fatima Sultan (2009-10)
      Translation is often influenced by its social, political and cultural context. These factors soon begin to define the very concept of translation, its role, directions and traditions down to the strategies adopted by the ...
    • All the World's a Stage 

      Weiler, Sherri (National Association of Teachers of Singing, 2015)
    • Alternating Direction Implicit Method for the Electro-Cardiology Models 

      Rammal, Zeinab (2017-05)
      Electrophysiology is an area of science that led to innovative experimentations between clinicians and scientists. Studying and understanding cardiac dynamics plays a key role in designing therapies, preoperative planning, ...
    • And the Mountains Echoed: Translation and Commentary 

      Al Hommoud, Yosef (2014-07)
      Many world-famous authors owe a significant portion of their fame to the unsung heroes of literary translation. This thesis explores issues related to literary translation by translating a literary text and providing a ...
    • Arab Culture in Translation: From Exoticism to Terrorism 

      Gharbi, Lamia (2016-05)
      The 9/11 attacks placed the Arab and Islamic World at the center of a global attention characterized by the negativity of an old inherited conception. While portraying Arabs and Muslims again within a clash of civilizations ...
    • Arab Students' Attitudes Toward Western Culture and Motivation to Learn English 

      Sadek, Gihane Ibrahim (2007-01)
      Motivation is a central component for students learning a second language. Attitude towards the target language, its culture, and its people have been proved to have a significant bearing on the motivational orientation ...
    • Arabic Brand Names: To Translate or Transliterate? 

      Al 'Awadhi, Noura (2014-01)
      The thesis examines the process of brand naming and brand translation, focusing on three models: Dubai, Sharjah and Saudi Arabia. In terms of brand naming and translation method, these three places illustrate different ...
    • Arabic to English Translation of Islamic Religious Texts 

      Chebbo, Ann Ainlay (2006-04)
      This thesis investigates discourse strategies adopted in the translation of religious texts from Arabic into English. Such texts pose serious challenges for translators because of the orality found in Arabic religious texts ...
    • Arabicization of IT Service Management Terminology (ITSM): Introduction to ITIL as a Case Study 

      Alshehhi, Turath Abdulla (2014-03)
      As a result of continuous advancements in the field of Information Technology (IT), many concepts are being introduced. Given that most renderings focused on subfields including: web technologies, applications, and other ...
    • Arabs from a Japanese Perspective: Cultural Representation and Translation 

      Chams, Zeina (2015-10)
      Identifying similarities and differences between cultures results in the creation of certain images and representations. This thesis explores the role of translation in creating cultural images within the context of a ...
    • Assessing Translation Quality of Polemical Texts 

      Abdel Hady, Ahmad S. (2015-05)
      How to assess the quality of the translation and what criteria to be used for evaluating it, has always been a problematic issue in translation studies. Nevertheless, there is nowadays an unprecedented agreement on the ...
    • Assessment Through Student Portfolios in Omani Schools 

      Al-Amri, Khalid Ali (2006-06)
      Why do Omani teachers not use student portfolios as effective alternative tools of assessment? Why do they only depend on traditional testing to evaluate students progress in the English language? Although the Ministry ...
    • Audio Visual Translation: Subtitling Pragmatic Features 

      Al-Bin-Ali, Manal Ahmed (2006-12)
      Globally, this is the age of mass communications, of multimedia experience and a world where audiences demand the right to share the text, be it film, song , or book simultaneously across cultures" Bassnett (cited in ...
    • AUS Student Writers' Use of Clauses: Support for the Contrastive Rhetoric Hypothesis? 

      Klein, Mary Kay (2009-12)
      Different theories exist regarding the characteristics of academic writing in English by students of other L1s. In 1966 Robert Kaplan proposed the contrastive rhetoric hypothesis, which has evolved over the years into the ...
    • B − L violating interactions in supersymmetric SO(10) models 

      Nath, Pran; Syed, Raza (IOP Science, 2019)
      An analysis is given of B − L violating interactions in SO(10) arising from the integration of $10+\bar{10}$ of SU(5) of heavy Higgs. The analysis is done within the well defined missing partner model where the doublet-triplet ...