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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

About

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: 2013 volume:1 issue:18(المجلد الاول)

Article
In Defense of Prince Hamlet:Public Awarenessvs. PrivateChauvinism in Quest of Political Justice

Authors: Maamoon Sami Salih
Pages: 354-367
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Abstract

It is quite evident that all critical interpretations of Hamletpresent the idea that Prince Hamlet goes through a tragic flaw in his character; an imperfection that will lead eventually to the final devastation of the tragic hero.Yet, a more modernized psychological elucidation of Hamlet's actions throughout the play might inflict the idea that the young prince suffers from a kind of psychological disturbance that might even exceed the borders of Oedipus complex1 to reach the more complicated schizophrenic character.The psychiatrists point out that the word “schizophrenia” is commonly misunderstood—to most people it has connotations of “split personality”, while in actual fact the popular term “split personality” refers to a form of amnesia. Schizophrenia occurs when the individual finds himself incapable of communicating with the rest of society.


Article
"Iraqi EFL University Learners' Use of Catenative Verbs in English"

Authors: Sabeeha Hamza Dehham
Pages: 368-390
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Abstract

Catenative verbs are widely used in English. Also, they are somehow a difficult and confusing subject. Iraqi EFL learners may not have a full mastery of distinguishing catenative verbs owing to the difficulties they encounter in using them. These difficulties may be to the nature of English system which is different from Arabic. In addition, it has been noticed that the recognition and production of catenative verbs are problematic for Iraqi EFL learners of the fourth academic year. The students are unable to identify the types of catenative verbs. e.g., (1) He admitted taking the money. (2) You are forbidden to smoke in here. (3) I propose to tell/telling her. Moreover, Iraqi EFL learners may not distinguish between catenative verbs and full verbs or they cannot distinguish between the object complement and the catenative complement


Article
Recognition of Linguistic and Extralinguistic Ambiguity By Iraqi EFL Learners

Authors: . SahiraMousa Salman
Pages: 391-404
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Abstract

Communication is the basic function of language and it is one of the prerequisites of successful language instructions. Thus, it becomes a central issue to guarantee successful communication at all levels. Nevertheless, not all sentences or utterances are successfully understood. One common phenomenon of this communication failure takes place when a particular expression tends to have more than one single interpretation or meaning. Technically, this phenomenon is termed ambiguity (henceforth amb)

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