In an attempt to address this issue of legitimation, Critical Discourse Analysis (henceforth CDA), as described by Ruth Wodak and Michael Meyer (2001) in Discourse Historical Approach, in along with framework for analyzing construction of social actors
developed by Theo van Leeuwenas Social Actor
Representation model (2008, 1999) is employed.
Prof Azam viewed time has come to generate more and more students leadership in the society for making them time-fitting social actor
to free the society from various crimes and malpractices like drug-addiction.
rights (which is to say a social actor
's general understanding of
5, both translations are congruent with the ST in which, the killing of the daughter of Umuofia is mentioned using a passive construction, with no concern about who committed the murder, i.e., the social actor
in relation to the action of killing is excluded, and this is what is exactly observed in the two translations.
It should be noted that the anchor does not establish itself but rather is chosen by some social actor
out of various potential anchoring events.
At its core, the work of art yields a form that communicates for the explicit purpose of altering the feelings of the social actor
. Susanne Langer (1957) writes, "A work of art expresses a conception of life, emotion, inward reality" (p.
The child participants in each article were coded into one of four categories of child research status: child as object; child as subject; child as social actor
; or child as co-researcher.
However, within Marxism and the works of Marxist geographers 'capital', as a central analytical construct, is often presented as if it were an entity that acts through space and time in ways that are somewhat independent of a social actor
. By explicitly focusing on 'capital', Marxist analyses implicitly focus on social subjects and therefore only implicitly hold them to account for social and spatial phenomena.
Such new results carry researchers beyond studying the brain in isolation to studying it as a social actor
. Ultimately, this work could help forge a deeper understanding of how the brain learns by using the behavior of others as a guide.
The representation of a social actor
as goal or patient has ideological implications in that those actors that are constructed as goals rather than agents tend to be cast as powerless or as victims of the actions of others.