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Scirj Volume X, Issue VIII, August 2022 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th August 2022
Full Paper available from: 25th August 2022


A Study on The Construction of Multimodal Eco-Aesthetic Framework
Jie Bai, Zihan Chen, Lixin Zhang

Abstract: Based on the interpretation of the construction of ecological civilization during the 14th Five-Year Plan period and the 6th Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee, this research investigates the possibility of the cooperation between multimodal discourse analysis (MDA) with aesthetic linguistics. From the perspective of Eco-aesthetics, this paper tries to construct a multimodal Eco-aesthetic analysis framework, pays attention to the Eco-aesthetic experience of multimodal symbolic images to information receivers, and finds aesthetic inspiration that is more suitable for information receivers, and interpret new energy from different angles. Then, this paper takes the advertisements of 2021 BYD new energy vehicles and Lixiang ONE vehicles as examples to make Eco-aesthetic from the two directions of non-verbal symbols (representational meaning, interactive meaning and compositional meaning) and linguistic symbols (conceptual function, interpersonal function, textual function), and tries to make Eco-aesthetic evaluation. Finally, this paper attempts to convey the concept of sustainable development of low-carbon, green and environmental protection to readers, and calls on more auto brands to take on the social responsibility that enterprises should take, so as to inject new strength into the new pattern of China industrial development of mutual integration, symbiosis and win-win cooperation.
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An Empirical Study of Multimodal Language Landscape on International Chinese Vocabulary Teaching
Yanyan Wang, Zihan Chen, Rui Ma

Abstract: Under the current background of international Chinese teaching, international Chinese vocabulary teaching has attracted more and more attention from the education circles at home and abroad. As an effective educational tool and an important input source in the process of international Chinese teaching, multi-modal language landscape can help learners mobilize visual senses and the stimulation of multiple senses to obtain information and learn knowledge, which is beneficial to vocabulary acquisition for Chinese learner. Based on the guidance of multimodal language landscape theory, this paper uses empirical research such as questionnaire surveys and the interview to deeply explore the possibility of multimodal language landscape applied to Chinese vocabulary teaching, aiming to provide new ideas and teaching modes for the development of Chinese language teaching as a foreign language.
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Assessing of the factors influencing the bypassing of primary healthcare facilities by patients in the Wa Municipality of Ghana
Bismark Yayra Adzah, Abraham Dayouri

Abstract: Despite efforts by Government to ensure that there is a hierarchical order in healthcare delivery, some patients do not seek healthcare from their nearest Primary healthcare facility. Existing studies on bypassing of healthcare facilities in Ghana focused specifically on patients seeking maternal healthcare and accident cases ignoring bypassing behaviour of other patients seeking other healthcare services and the factors influencing their bypassing behaviour. This study therefore sought to assess the rate of bypassing of primary healthcare (PHC) facilities and the factors influencing the bypassing of primary healthcare (PHC) facilities by patients in the Wa municipality seeking all healthcare services. A mixed method approach was used with a concurrent design. Systematic sampling technique was used to select 264 patients exiting the higher level facilities with the interval 3. A simple random sampling techniques was also used to select five heads of the primary healthcare (PHC) facilities. Quantitative data was analyzed using both descriptive statistics and cross tabulation whilst qualitative data was analyzed in themes. Results from the study shows that 164 respondents representing 62.12% of patients who sought healthcare at the higher level facilities had bypassed their nearest PHC providers. At a significant level of 5%, socio-economic variables such age, religion, ethnicity, employment status and income level were found to be significantly associated with bypassing of PHC facilities. From the health system point of view, lack of drugs, poor attitude of staff, lack of diagnostic facility and equipment, overcrowding and poor access road to the PHC facilities are major health system factors influencing the bypassing of PHC facilities.
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