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    Dialectic of friendship: discourse analysis of communication and relationship between superman and batman in superhero comics 

    Manatchai Amponpeerapan; Jaray Singhakowinta (National Institute of Development Administration, 2020)

    This study conducted a 2-stage analysis of dialectics in a discourse of a seemingly antagonistic superhero partnership between Superman (Clark Kent) and Batman (Bruce Wayne) while aiming to expand upon our understanding of dialectical relationships, American friendship, masculine-heroism ethics, and the evolution of society. Firstly, the study used Quantitative Content Analysis (CA) in corroboration with William Rawlins’s Dialectical theory of Friendship (DTF), to extract themes and patterns shown in communications between the protagonists. Then, ...
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    Gender differences in face concerns and behavioral responses to romantic jealousy : A study in Thailand 

    Chayapa Srivilas; Jaray Singhakowinta (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    The objectives of this quantitative study are: 1) to explore gender differences in face-saving concerns and behaviors in response to romantic jealousy as well as their associations and 2) to test the constructed model used in Thai settings.