Interpreting implicatures a study on upper-intermediate EFL students

Ergüven, Tamay


Evaluating cosmopolitanism in a globalized world : a case study of Turkish top managers in a multinational corporation
Yılmaz, Meltem; Yeğenoğlu, Meyda; Department of Sociology (2004)
With the spreading of globalization during 1980s, discourses about demise of nation states and relevance of post-national forms of institutions for contemporary politics have been widely accepted in social sciences. Cosmopolitanism, with its suggestions of extending democracy and citizenship beyond national boundaries, being world citizens, and creating universal political institutions has been considered as the project in line with these supposed conditions of globalization. This study evaluates theories i...
Interpreting a Graph and Constructing its Derivative Graph Stability and Change in Students Conceptions
Ubuz, Behiye (2007-06-01)
This present study investigated engineering students’ conceptions and misconceptions related to derivative, particularly interpreting the graph of a function and constructing its derivative graph. Participants were 147 first year engineering students from four universities enrolled in first year undergraduate calculus courses with or without the incorporation of computers for the purposes of seeing the power of visualization, investigating worked examples given in steps and solving various questions related...
Locating Diasporas in International Relations: Comparative Cases of Uighurs, Kazakhs and Cypriots
Kuşçu Bonnenfant, Işık (null; 2017-11-08)
Interpreting the architectural
Kara, Levent; Öğüt, Rana Nergis; Erkılıç, Mualla; Department of Architecture (1999)
Interpretation of New Trends in Flood Frequency Analysis: A Case Study
Yanmaz, Ali Melih; Kentel Erdoğan, Elçin (null; 2008-05-27)
Conventional flood frequency analyses are based on use of a suitable univariate probability density function for maximum annual discharges. This approach is not robust enough since it deals only with the statistical distribution of annual series of peak discharges. However, flood events are better characterized by the peak discharge, volume of runoff, and the duration of the flood jointly. That is why there is a growing trend in the formulation of multivariate flood frequency analyses. A bivariate flood fre...
Citation Formats
T. Ergüven, “Interpreting implicatures a study on upper-intermediate EFL students,” Middle East Technical University, 2001.