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  • TRANSITION IN PEOPLE'S WORLD VIEWS CAUSED BY MECHANIZATION : A Comparative Analysis of Two Methods of Rice Cake Making

    UEDA Akira , MIYAZAKI Kiyoshi

    … (2) During this process, the people are engaged in a direct sensuous experience, using their senses to learn more about the nature of their environment. … (3) With the introduction of machines, the preparation process ceased to require direct experience. …

    Bulletin of Japanese Society for the Science of Design 53(3), 41-48, 2006

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  • Onomatopoeia to See in the Textbook Subject : With the Aim of the Relation of the Reading Comprehension Guidance Based on the Arrangement of the Characteristics and That  [in Japanese]

    NAKAZATO Michiko

    オノマトペは日本語の語彙の特色の一つであり,国語科の授業の中でも体系的に取り上げるべき語群であると思われる。本稿ではまずオノマトペの定義および名称について確認し,その上でオノマトペを指導する際に踏まえておくべき特徴について,教科書の例を挙げながら整理した。その特徴とは,オノマトペが直接的・感覚的な語群であること,その多くが個性的・創作的なものであること,意味内容が語音と語形に大きく関わっていること …

    Bulletin of Joetsu University of Education 25(1), 1-14, 2005

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  • INTRODUCTORY NOTES ON ELIZABETHAN LYRICS : With Reference to T. S. Eliot's Terms in Criticism  [in Japanese]

    OKADA Mineo

    … referred to the seventeenth century as the century in which "a dissociation of sensibility set in, from which we have never recovered..." and he considered Donne as the poet to whom "a thought was an experience," in whom "we find direct sensuous apprehension of thought, or a recreation of thought into feeling." Possibly, it is as an effect of this "dissociation" that we find the present tendency to, and our predilection for, sentimentality or crude emotional expression in poetry, and this predilection gives us a somewhat …

    The Humanities (17), 32-41, 1970-12

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