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Title: Hannibal Lecter is one of the most sophisticated characters written in the Psychological Thriller Genre. The character revolutionized the genre and it is all credited to Thomas Harris. The present thesis attempts to study the childhood trauma of the character and its overall impact on shaping him into a psychopathic man-eating monster. The study is conducted through an analytical approach based on the use of Freudian Psychodynamics Theory and Jungian Archetypal Criticism, which is also known as Collective Unconscious Theory to analyze the impact of the childhood trauma on Hannibal. Though the analysis covered the impact that trauma left on Hannibal, various other mental illnesses were discussed, namely: Antisocial Personality Disorder (Psychopathy), Narcissistic Personality Disorder, and Wendigo Psychosis which are all traceable to Post-Traumatic Stress disorder in the first place. To sum up, it was declared that childhood trauma was the driving force in Hannibal becoming the monster he is. In addition to that, it is the root to all his other mental illnesses plus the relationship he developed with Clarice Starling.
Other Titles: the case of third year english students at Larbi Ben M’hidi university Oum EL Bouaghi
Authors: Chekaoui, Rayane
Selmi, Asma Imene
Guerfi, Soraya
Keywords: EFL Students
Non-standard language
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Université De Larbi Ben M’hidi Oum EL Bouaghi
Abstract: Note-taking is not a simple activity of scribbling down information; it is a proven skill that is considered as the most valuable one for EFL university students. Furthermore, note-taking is a common used instrument that students utilize in all their modules to record, understand, resume and revise their courses. Moreover, study skills teachers teach EFL learners how to take their notes using non-standard language features as a way of facilitating taking classroom notes. Therefore, it is hypothesized that the use of non-standard language features affects students' taken notes either positively or negatively. Starting from here, a research based on a mixed method approach which is a blend of qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection has been opted for. In the quantitative method, a questionnaire was distributed to fifty third year EFL learners at the English department, at the University of Larbi Ben M'hidi, Oum El Bouaghi. In the qualitative method, an interview was conducted with five teachers of English. The data collected from students' questionnaire were analyzed statistically using a software program. The findings of this study confirmed the alternative hypothesis which claimed that the use of the non-standard language features affects students taking notes positively. Thus, both EFL teachers and learners have positive attitudes towards it. Accordingly, the study concludes with some suggestions and recommendations, which in sum, call for implementing some effective strategies that would enhance the quality of notes taken by students in classrooms.
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