Keywords : Mosuli

A Conversational Analysis of Expressing Love Topics in Some Mobile Phone Calls Among Mosuli Speakers

Nashwan Mustafa Al-Sa; ati

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 1035-1058

This study aims at analyzing some mobile telephone conversations among Mosuli dated couples. It tries to show the linguistic interactional strategies used in expressing love topics, i.e. how couples start, maintain and terminate their calls, the features that signal the conversation as love talk, and the sex differences involved in such type of conversation.
The study hypothesizes that couples' telephone conversation involves using the methods of normal telephone conversation management with some modification. In addition, a standard formula is adopted in starting and ending the conversation. Besides, the topics raised by lovers are of a special kind. Finally, males have the highest proportion than females in revealing love topics, using direct elicitation and directive.
The study has come up with certain findings that confirm the hypotheses raised. However, almost in contrast to the last raised hypothesis, it has been found that females appear to have the highest proportion in revealing topics, raising direct questions, and adopting directive exchanges.
key words: conversational analysis/ expressing love topics/ mobile phone calls/ dated couples

The Prelude of a Poem in the Mosuli Poetry in the 12th Century A. H.

Shareef Basheer Ahmed

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 221-256

This research deals with the prelude of a poem which is a poetic section. It comes at the beginning of a poem and precedes the subject-matter. It has gained a considerable importance by Mosuli poets since they dedicate themselves to pave the way for the readers to guess what the poem is about. The introduction in the Mosuli poetry in the 12th century A. H. differs in its subjects and in the number of its lines. This makes it a special subject in that it acquires its own artistic elements in the context of building a poem as a whole. Hence, it becomes coherently and cohesively clear and keeps the unity of its subject.

The Pole of Mosuli Family in Reducing Modern Technology Crimes (A Field Study in Mosul City)

Safana Ahmad Dawood

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 83-106

The aim of the current research is to know the effect of Mosuli Family in reducing the crimes of modern technology specially now a days due to the changing of the social and political circumstances that our society witness. The research includes five sections ,the first deals with the method of research. The second deals with the family and crimes of information technology. The third is about the theoretical framework of the research. The fourth section is about the theoretical frame work which includes defining the sample of the research which is( ) family masters chosen occasionally throughout the regions of Mosul city with the possibility of achieving balance between both genders. The researcher used the tool (survey) after achieving reliability and stability and qualify it for application. The items were( ). The stability reached ( ) after applying it on a sample. Thus, the survey is ready for application. The following statistical means were used to collect data: (T. test. Percentage weight). One the most important results reached was the efficiency of Mosuli Family role in reducing the dangers of modern technology on a sums with high percentage weight. Which proves the positive role of the family in this field. Given these information, the researcher came up with a number of recommendations and suggestions. The fifth part of the research includes the most important conclusions, suggestions, and recommendations in order to activate the role of family in fortune - telling our children about modern technology.