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Haque points out that the "hierarchical disjuncture between race and ethnicity was one of the central points of disagreement over the terms of reference.
However, the act of codifying the "oral" anthem into a piece of writing and then projecting this anthem as epitomising the experiences and the lives of the individuals within the nation is in fact marked by a disjuncture.
These developments have fueled growing concerns about democracy as they exacerbate democratic deficits, disjunctures, and asymmetries.
In doing so, I reveal the disconnect between knowledge, policy and practice, as well as how these disjunctures are maintained (Winzeler database).
First, the researcher and the field of research (her lecture series in an Indigenous Studies course) are analysed to show disjunctures between standard university teaching and Mackinlay's approach.
6) "Thoughtful contemplation" on a global scale, Foucault argued, should be replaced by the recognition of the violence, unpredictabilities, and disjunctures of the historical system.
Despite flaws and disjunctures, Frank McCann's Soldiers of the Petria provides a partial response to John Johnson's 1985 call for "studies that give us an intimate sense of life in the military establishment" [John J.
Instead, Muchie argues that it can be reconfigured as an ideology of agency in the face of the multiple disjunctures of the global moment as they affect the generality of Africans.
To readers with a long view of history, the rhetoric in this volume will call to mind previous disjunctures between faith and evidence: religious invocations preceding medieval Islamic treatises in astronomy; the insertion of the Deity into 17th-century natural philosophy; myriad 19th-century books about the proofs of Christianity in the natural world; weighty tomes on science and proletarian history appearing in the 1980s in East Germany and Romania; and equally weighty volumes on creationist science appearing around the world today.
Their narratives graphically illustrate the disjunctures they encountered between their own upbringing and the realms of higher education, religion, the workplace, and romantic relationships and the transformation of gender identity, sexuality, and racial and ethnic identity that emerged from them.
Comparing the junctures and disjunctures in the ways two "white" and two "black" men he studies came to understand and articulate race helps Guterl explain how fluid racial categories became fixed racial binaries.
A theoretical approach that focuses on gaps and disjunctures and appreciates the richly multifarious text can help to illuminate Dickens.