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  • Sultana, Asifa (BRAC University, 2009)
    Like in any other learning situation, in a second language classroom a learner essentially needs to be provided with feedback on his/her performance. Due to the emergence of Communicative Language Teaching and Learner-centered ...
  • Selim, Nasima; Satalkar, Priya (BRAC University, 2008)
    In this paper, we discuss the perceptions of people from a Bangladeshi village about what they considered to be 'mental illness'. Observations, informal conversations, interviews, focus group discussions, and illness ...
  • Chowdhury, Tamzid Ahmed; Rahman, Masud Ibn; Afza, Syeda Rownak (BRAC University, 2007)
    This is the law of nature that people have to live and play with hazards and to some extent insurance policy can free people from those frustrations. Even if this is true, people of Bangladesh still don't prefer to insure ...
  • Fatima Tuz Zahra (BRAC University, 2012)
    The aim of higher education is to pursue learning for its own sake and to develop specialist skills. However due to market pressure higher education institutions in Bangladesh and across the world have had to focus on ...
  • Jabeen, Farrah (BRAC University, 2008)
    In his poetry, John Donne creates a unique style that embraces a constant battle of emerging reality and the realm of fantasy. This paper intends to show the presence of playful images and arguments, which grow even more ...
  • Khanom, Afruza (BRAC University, 2010)
    Contemporary societies have transformed traditional identities in such a way that we, as subjects of globalization and mass consumer culture, have become tremendously self-conscious of the ‘gaze’ which makes, breaks and ...
  • Ghosh, Suntu Kumar; Khabir, Md. Latiful; Islam, Mohammad Thoufiqul (BRAC University, 2010)
    Industrial dispute has been touted as a major constraint in the economy of Bangladesh. While poor management and inadequate institutional factors were widely blamed for the high propensity of industrial dispute, formation ...
  • Banu, L.F. Apnan (BRAC University, 2009)
    This article offers a portrayal of the issues and concerns usually being ignored or bypassed to either a greater or lesser extent in the literacy curriculum and instructional practices in Bangladesh at the primary level. ...
  • Chowdhury, Samina Nasrin (BRAC University, 2009)
    This paper offers a critical examination of a content-based professional EFL course, designed by centre for Languages (CFL), BRAC University in Bangladesh with the objectives of improving students’ language skills, content ...
  • Jahangir, Nadim; Haq, Mahmudul; Ahmed, Ezaz (BRAC University, 2005)
    Recent developments in the contribution to the literature on procedural justice have opened avenues for exploring the subject and gaining perspective in the field with a view to assessing how the concept of procedural ...
  • Manzoor, Sohana (BRAC University, 2007)
    Much influenced by the horrors of the two World Wars, William Golding (1911-93) began his literary career as a novelist during the second half of the 20th century. His novels depict the intricate human psychology and lack ...
  • Jamil, MD. Golam (BRAC University, 2010)
    Promoting ‘learner autonomy’ on a course of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) seems to be widely problematic as they, ‘learner autonomy’ and EAP course, are expected to supply both skills and knowledge to the learners ...
  • Chowdhury, Anup; Chowdhury, Saman Paul; Haque, Shamim Ehsanul (BRAC University, 2008)
    The growth of regional economic cooperation arrangement is one of the major developments in the post World War II period. The formation of regional integration has been greatly successful in bringing historically hostile ...
  • Huq, Molla Md. Rashidul (BRAC University, 2007)
    Rate of returns to education is very important for policy makers and investors. Numerous works have been done regarding this but very few are available in the context of Bangladesh, specially addressing the teachers in ...
  • Chowdhury, Anup; Barua, Suborna (BRAC University, 2009)
    Financial distress is a situation where a firm’s operating cash flows are not sufficient to satisfy current obligations and the firm is forced to take corrective actions, and a firm in financial distress may also face ...
  • Habib, Mushira (BRAC University, 2013)
    9/11 has redefined the world’s understanding of the term ‘terrorism’ and its association with power and resistance. Post 9/11 novels attempt to represent terrorism or rebellions in a new light by investigating the psycho-social ...
  • Jabeen, Huraera (BRAC University, 2005)
    We live in a world that is full of contradictions, of multiple positionalties, and of highly contested meanings and aspirations. Trying to position oneself in this complex world requires an understanding of the power, ...
  • Uz Zaman, Q.M. Mahtab; Abdullah, Q.M. (BRAC University, 2004)
    Mud house is a typical indigenous style and is considered as an affordable means of construction to create shelter for poor. Bangladesh, due to its socio-economic condition, can harness the traditional and indigenous ...
  • Begum, Syeda Feroza; Zaman, Sawlat Hilmi; Khan, Mohammad Shahin (BRAC University, 2004)
    This article explores the role of NGOs (Non Government Organizations) in poverty eradication especially in the rural area of Bangladesh and how they are performing. Hence theoretical background of NGOs, a detail understanding ...
  • Ahmed, K. Iftekhar (BRAC University, 2006)
    In rural settlements of the predominant floodplains of Bangladeshi, an intrinsic component is the extended family homestead. The layout of the homestead is defined by the courtyard, formed by the arrangement of dwelling ...

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