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One close-valued, monochrome illustration anticipates to compelling visual effect Warhol's fundamental principal of repetition, multiplying a single image of a man in formal dress with rolled umbrella (by the look of him an Eton College master, an inculcator of upper-class codes; the photograph is credited to Bisley).
59) Just as nationalists targeted the Polish mother as the inculcator of national values, so too the Church viewed women in their maternal capacity as preservers and nurturers of religion in the family and in the community.
by virtue of its role as producer, protector and inculcator of an idea of national culture'.
Readings's analysis of the shifts in the University's function--from being an inculcator of the idea of national culture to becoming, more recently, a transnational bureaucratic corporation--highlights not only "the decline of the national cultural mission that has up to now provided its raison d'etre (1996, 3) but also its increasing naturalization of corporate frames of reference.