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For theorizations of fantasy see, LaPlanche and Pontalis; Burgin; and Zizek, 1989, 1997.
Myers, in his exploration of the "legacy" and "tradition" of black manhood, actualizes Bhabha's theorization of masculinity itself.
Yancey draws from the work of Milton Gordon and his theorizations of structural, marital, civic, and identificational assimilation to explore how readily minority groups can become assimilated into the dominant society, identify with majority group status, and adopt social attitudes that benefit dominant group members.
63), and in benefiting from the theorizations of Meigret and Ramus, he introduces grammatical precepts that proceed from current and accepted usage.
This volume chronicles a quarter-century of feminist theorizations on equality and liberty.
In this impressive study, Noble offers an important new perspective on a foundational chapter in the history of Western theorizations of the religious image.
Refusing to bend either to timeworn cliches of the medium or to its most seductively complicated theorizations, Pascual instead coaxes the found images she uses into a different kind of utility, creating for her paper characters scenarios that escape equally the firmly fictional and the firmly factual.
South Australia) and Turner (sociology, City University of New York Graduate Center) survey several different invocations and theorizations of the concept of society.
Only Alison Beale's final chapter of the book offers this kind of useful overview of feminist theorizations of the state, of the "political economy of culture" and of policy as a "technology of gender.
Britton seems to find the most compelling theorizations of Caribbean identity in Le discours antillais and the novels of that period, the 1970s and 1980s, when Glissant still considered language and identity to be linked and when resistance through language still seemed possible and relevant.
This suggests that these other disciplines are advancing more quickly in terms of developing more realistic, multilevel theorizations of their relevant phenomena and that our discipline has likely not leveraged this opportunity to the same extent.
This informative, well-structured text documents and critiques contemporary theorizations of childhood.