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    • The place of Pierre Bourdieu's theories in (popular) cultural studies 

      Mahbub, Rifat; Shoily, Kazi Farzana (© 2016 Published by BRAC University, 2016-10)
      This article examines the relevance of French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu’s theories to cultural studies. His key concepts such as cultural capital, habitus, field and symbolic violence are introduced and explained in ...
    • The usefulness of the debate between focus on form and focus on forms 

      Haque, Mohammad Mahmudul (© 2016 Published by BRAC University, 2016-10)
      The literature review includes 13 articles and 2 chapters from 2 books titled Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching, and Learning, and Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching published in the last ten years ...
    • Woman as ‘other’ in the short stories of contemporary Bangladeshi writers 

      Mah-Zareen (© 2016 Published by BRAC University, 2016-10)
      Women, irrespective of all classes, races, religions and societies, have always been confined to particular roles sanctioned by the male-dominated society. The patriarchal ideologies regard women as “sexual objects” or ...