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journal of Human Sciences

مجلة العلوم الانسانية

ISSN: 19922876
Publisher: Babylon University
Faculty: Education / Safi Al-DainAl-Heliy
Language: Arabic and English

This journal is Open Access

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Humanities Journal

HJ is a precise scientific journal issued by College of Education for Humanities and started in 2010 to emit the rays of light to different research in both Arabic and English.
Before all, it is seasonal published four times a year.the scientific evaluation of all the researches are done at the hand of experts specialized academically and linguistically from inside and abroad.
One of the achievements the journal exudes is to issue a version exclusive to the yearly scientific conference into which many researchers, from Iraq and other countries participate. In the aggregate, the journal reaches fruition ,as it receives many notes of appreciation from Iraq and other countries for the meritorious efforts.

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Table of content: 2011 volume:1 issue:8( خاص بالمؤتمر)

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الأزمة القبرصية1963-1967

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The Dialectic of Pleasure and Pain In Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson

Authors: Makki Muhammed Muthanna
Pages: 326-337
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This paper is concerned with exploring Emily Dickinson’s views on pleasurand pain and the conflict between them that results in a synthesis in which the two opposites are reconciled. The paper begins with a historical perspective on the concepts of pleasure and pain as they were tackled in different ancient schools of thought till the recent time. This is followed by an explanation of the philosophic term of “dialectic” in reference to George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), the German idealist philosopher, who is considered one of the most prominent thinkers of the 19th century. The paper then moves to discuss the major factors that led to the appearance of the dialectic phenomenon in Dickinson’s works. The second section of the paper is devoted to investigating a group of Dickinson’s poems that tackle her musings on the sensation of pleasure which represent the thesis in her dialectics.


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Inferred JustificationIn the Shade of Narrative Discourse:My Year in Iraq

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So marked is that the Iraq war spews adrenaline into fiction in particular and literature in heart , the inferred justification surges into effect as a conduit to cognitive dissonance that purports inferring an evidence or justification to buttress a respondent's ideas, exclusively, it is a way of motivated reasoning to cope with cognitive dissonance . In brief, motivated justification depends mainly upon the idea itself ,here, reasoning is to reach consensus; inferred justification is to delve into reasons and strategies that help maintain one's idea or belief at all costs in assuming an evidence to salvage the meant idea. In time, it creeps through the defense mechanism and here man endeavours to cope with reality to press his "self-image " and such a response termed as " ego defense mechanism "


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Functional Analysis of ‘’Anticipatory It Lexical Bundles’’in Political Speeches

Authors: Sawsan Kareem Zughyyir
Pages: 362-378
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This paper investigates a particular structural group of frequent word combinations referred to as ‘anticipatory it lexical bundles’. Lexical bundles are words formed that often co- occur in longer sequences. They are not idiomatic or structurally complete, but the sequences are building blocks in discourse and are so common and recurrent that the readers and listeners should pay much attention to them. The paper aims at showing and exploring structures and functions of the 'anticipatory it lexical bundles' presented in political speeches. It adopts Hewings and Hewings's categorization of interpersonal functions of 'anticipatory it lexical bundles'. Furthermore, the present investigation scrutinizes the interpersonal functions of 'anticipatory it lexical bundles'


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Evaluating the Performance of Iraqi EFL University Students in Understanding The Meanings of English Modals

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This study aims at investigating the performance of Iraqi EFL University Students to recognize and use the various meanings of English models. This study has aimed to shed light upon: i) evaluating the understanding of English modals’ meanings by Iraqi EFL learners at the university level ii) the acquisition rate of English modals and their meanings, and iii) the order of such an acquisition. It is hypothesized that: Iraqi college students do not distinguish the different types of English modals and their meanings.

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Evaluating --- English Modals


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Langston Hughes and the Predicament of the African American

Authors: Ra’ad K. Abd-Aun
Pages: 406-413
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Langston Hughes (1902 – 1967) was the most influential and innovative of the writers associated with the Harlem Renaissance, and his prolific output included volumes of poetry, as well as novels, short stories, plays, children’s books, biographies, two autobiographies, histories, opera librettos, essays, articles, radio scripts, and songs for musicals. He also translated works from Spanish and French, and edited several anthologies. Hughes was the first black writer to make a living entirely from his writing, and a vital inspiration and mentor for many young black writers of the 1960s.

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