Scope and Limitation This study will be limited to the determination of the perception of senior high school student of Brgy. The respondents will be senior high school students from the seven high schools within the Brgy. Significance of the Study This study will be beneficial to the following entities: The result of the study will guide the school administrators in designing an effective strategy of marketing the degrees offered by the institution.
It is said, for instance, that a metaphor is 'a condensed analogy' or 'analogical fusion' or that they 'operate in a similar fashion' or are 'based on the same mental process' or yet that 'the basic processes of analogy are at work in metaphor'.
It is also pointed out that 'a border between metaphor and analogy is fuzzy' and 'the difference between them might be described metaphorically as the distance between things being compared'. A metaphor asserts the objects in the comparison are identical on the point of comparison, while a simile merely asserts a similarity.
For this reason a common-type metaphor is generally considered more forceful than a simile. An extended metaphor wherein a story illustrates an important attribute of the subject.
A rhetorical contrast of ideas by means of parallel arrangements of words, clauses, or sentences. A mixed metaphor, sometimes used by design and sometimes by accident a rhetorical fault. Excessive exaggeration to illustrate a point. A figure of speech using the name of one thing in reference to a different thing to which the first is associated.
In the phrase "lands belonging to the crown", the word "crown" is metonymy for ruler or monarch.
An extended metaphor told as an anecdote to illustrate or teach a moral or spiritual lesson, such as in Aesop's fables or Jesus' teaching method as told in the Bible.
Similar to a metaphor, a pun alludes to another term. However, the main difference is that a pun is a frivolous allusion between two different things whereas a metaphor is a purposeful allusion between two different things. Metaphor and analogy work by bringing together concepts from different conceptual domains, while metonymy uses one element from a given domain to refer to another closely related element.
A metaphor creates new links between otherwise distinct conceptual domains, while a metonymy relies on the existing links within them. Subtypes[ edit ] A dead metaphor is a metaphor in which the sense of a transferred image has become absent.
The phrases "to grasp a concept" and "to gather what you've understood" use physical action as a metaphor for understanding. The audience does not need to visualize the action; dead metaphors normally go unnoticed.
Others use "dead metaphor" to denote both. I smell a rat [ If we can hit that bull's-eye then the rest of the dominoes will fall like a house of cards In the above quote from As You Like It, the world is first described as a stage and then the subsidiary subjects men and women are further described in the same context.
In rhetoric[ edit ] Aristotle writes in his work the Rhetoric that metaphors make learning pleasant:Dec 07, · Testing research. Whether constructing a conceptual framework will be a helpful exercise depends on the type of research you are doing. Conceptual frameworks are particularly common when the research involves testing/5().
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