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However, despite this milestone, traditional gender roles remain restrictive and are corroborated by the modern pervasion of machismo decades after Costa Rica's democratic reformation.
Of course an excessively well-worn criticism of Rousseau is that he reduced the relation between a free people and the sovereign to a totalitarian pervasion of the latter (e.
And Deborah Bird Rose approves the word Stanner invented to capture the pervasion of the Dreamings.
THERE has been a steady pervasion of Japanese literature in Western bookshops in recent years.
He was similarly troubled by "the pervasion of Internet music and what I already saw was the steep decline in viewership for stations like MuchMusic.
In this view, where the private law does not have doctrine or mechanisms to allow for the pervasion of human rights, new doctrines or mechanisms must be created.
A factor related to the invocation inquiry is that the right to silence is a privilege upon which many rely (137) because of its pervasion of popular culture.
With the pervasion of e-business and the World Wide Web, mainframes are experiencing a renaissance.
While many African states welcome South African investment and technological input, others - notably Zimbabwe and Kenya - are becoming alarmed at the rapid pervasion of the South African commercial and industrial presence, and its reluctance to put in place what they consider equitable trade tariff structures.
Without the liberalization, there is no guarantee that the pervasion of corruption cannot come back in the future even if many senior officials are now convicted and a lot of corruption networks are crippled.
In this sense, Welty's problematic presentation of female sexuality can be read as a foregrounding of the pervasion of power in both its oppressing and liberating forms, situating women in positions of ambiguity and self-contradiction.
In Part 2, "Medieval Women and Bodily Knowing," drawing on Bynum and Ziegler, Milhaven compiles a list of traits of embodied knowing suggested by medieval women's writings: "complete immersion in a singular place and time, agency and interaffectivity, pervasion by physical touch, surging physical need or desire, and pleasuring (and pain] typical of family life (116).