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By looking for subsets closed under the group operation, then checking thegroup axioms

A Transition to Advanced Mathematics | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9780495562023 | Authors: Douglas Smith, Maurice Eggen, Richard St. Andre ISBN: 9780495562023 335

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By looking for subsets closed under the group operation, then checking thegroup axioms, find all subgroups of

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English 491 Karen Hadley Ch. 9: New Historical and Cultural Criticism Terminology (partial list): Traditional Historicism­history exists for progress. Objective Analysis Spirit of the Age Subjectivity (role of)­our subjectivity, or selfhood, is shaped by ad shapes the culture into which we were born. Our individual identity is not just a product of society or our individual will and desire. Culture and individual identity inhabit, define, and reflect each other. Culture + free will=subjectivity. Power (circulation/exchange of) Michel Foucault Discourse(s)­is a social language created by particular cultural conditions at a particular time and space, and it expresses a particular way of understanding human experience. Discourse has roughly the same meaning as ideology. Discourse draws attention to the role of language as a vehicle of ideology. Primary Source­ The primary sources are something that occurred during the time period written by a person reflecting the things around them at that time. This is the original perspective on the material that’s being represented. Secondary Source­ This is the analysis of a primary source. It could be by a person in that same time period or a historian interpreting the primary source later on. Narrative (Historical Accounts as) Master Narrative 2 Thick Description­ is a close, detailed examination od a given cultural production­such as birthing practices, ritual ceremonies, games, penal codes, works of art­to discover the meanings that particular culture production had for the people in whose community it occurred and to reveal the social conventions, cultural codes, and ways of seeing the world that gave that production those meanings. Thick description is not a search for facts, but a search for meanings. It focuses on the personal side of history. Self­Positioning­ Cultural Artifact (literary text as) Cultural Work Culture (in Cultural Criticism) Stephen Greenblatt Topics: Traditional Historians vs. New Historicists How do New Historicists see subjectivity as a process of negotiation What is the role of deconstruction in the New Historicism Define New Historicism as “the history of lies cultures tell themselves” New Historicism vs. Cultural Criticism How does New Historicism view the traditional opposition between history and literature Questions from Tyson’s chapter on New Historicist and Cultural Criticism a.) How do traditional historians tend to see history, and what kinds of questions do they ask about it How does a New Historicist approach differ from this What is the status of objectivity in each b.) Where do New Historicists stand in the classic argument between determinism and free will How do they describe human subjectivity c.) For a New Historicist, what is the relation between discourse(s) and history 3 d.) How do New Historicists view the distinction between primary and secondary sources of historical information What do they use to analyze these sources Likewise and with regard to interpreting literary works, how do they handle the distinction between text and context e.) How does New Historicism import ideas from deconstruction, especially with regard to master narratives f.) Explain the New Historicist belief that “there is no history . . . there are only representations of history” g.) How do New Historicist critics address the difficult truth that their work is unavoidably subjective, or inevitably influenced by personal bias h.) Name 6 key concepts of the New Historicism i.) What similarities do we find between New Historicist and Cultural Criticism What central distinction (Tyson lists 3) j.) How are we to understand Greenblatt’s observation that literary study is the “servant of cultural understanding”

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Textbook: A Transition to Advanced Mathematics
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Author: Douglas Smith, Maurice Eggen, Richard St. Andre
ISBN: 9780495562023

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