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Skinny - movie sunlight telephone applied sciences in keeping with Si with a thickness of below a fewmicrometers mix the low - expense power of skinny - movie applied sciences with the advantagesof Si as an abundantly on hand aspect within the earth's crust and a comfortably manufac -turable ma te rial for photovoltaics (PVs). in recent times, a number of applied sciences have beendeveloped that promise to take the in keeping with shape ance of skinny - movie silicon PVs way past thatof the presently tested amorphous Si PV know-how. skinny - movie silicon, like no otherthin - movie ma te rial, is especially powerful in tandem and triple - junction sunlight cells. The researchand improvement on skinny crystalline silicon on international substrates may be divided intotwo diversified routes: a low - temperature path appropriate with general drift glass or evenplastic substrates, and a excessive - temperature course (☻600♥C). This ar ticle stories the ma te -rial homes and technological demanding situations of different skinny - movie silicon PV ma te rials.

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African Ameri­ can English, Spanglish, and Spanish-accented English are clear examples of this. Recently developed conceptualizations of language ideology ex­ plicitly link beliefs about language, including both vernacular and standard varieties, to broader sociocultural and political processes (Kroskrity, 2000; Philips, 1998; Schieffelin, Woolard, & Kroskrity, 1998). As Woolard (1998) noted, language ideologies are never about language alone, but also about such notions as personhood and group identity vis-a-vis others.

296) Poetics and Performance The study of verbal art, or ethnopoetics, as developed by Hymes (1975, 1981), Bauman (1977/1984, 1986), Bauman and Briggs (1990), Tedlock (1983), Sherzer (1987,1990), Tannen (1989), and others has shown how cul­ tural insights can be revealed by close examination of people's verbal per­ formances. , story and joke telling). Bauman (1977/1984) set out the empirically observable characteristics of verbal performance, which he saw as the thread that ties together various artistic genres in a unified conception of verbal, or spoken, art, as a way of speaking: 1.

Recently developed conceptualizations of language ideology ex­ plicitly link beliefs about language, including both vernacular and standard varieties, to broader sociocultural and political processes (Kroskrity, 2000; Philips, 1998; Schieffelin, Woolard, & Kroskrity, 1998). As Woolard (1998) noted, language ideologies are never about language alone, but also about such notions as personhood and group identity vis-a-vis others. The construction of group identities based on language ideologies has proven to have far-reaching ramifications.

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