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Indeed, Skaperdas and Syropoulos (1997), who allow the members within each group to choose their individual allocations to production and their own contributions to the group's appropriative efforts assuming that each member's share of the group's secured product is predetermined, find that neither the size of the two groups nor the distribution of the (fixed) resource endowment within each group has any relevance for the each group's equilibrium aggregate allocation.
The terrorist bomber and the strategic bomber employ the same means for the same ultimate end, but the former's appropriative purpose gives his act a different moral coloration.
Might not the motives for these deeds be ultimately reducible to that desire for self-aggrandizement consistent with a definition of human nature as appropriative and bellicose?
While the practical purpose of the appropriative doctrine was to make water separable from land and thus marketable (Pisani 1989), resource economists have long faulted the doctrine for its inability to allow functioning markets.
By the appropriative character of Euroethnic art, I mean its tendency to draw on the art of non-Euroethnic cultures for inspiration.
Jasper Johns, and John Cage, as well as with Abstract Expressionism and the techniques of the historical avant-garde, are I fresh testament to the collaborative and appropriative nature of Rausehcnherg's practice.
The essay concludes by considering the implications of the cento under the copyright regime of English Romanticism for appropriative art and scholarship under today's globalized regime.
Mashup," indeed, describes one of Bergvall's most successful methods; for example, "The Summer Tale," a piece from her suite of appropriative texts called "Shorter Chaucer Tales," intersperses quotes from Chaucer's Summoner and Pardoner's Tales with a 2006 online news article from the BBC entitled "Polish ice cream ban for papal visit" and her linguistic tour-de-force "Fried Tale" mashes up such disparate sources as "The Friar's Tale," J.
begins by discussing three predominant scholarly proposals that explain appropriative influence on John's title of "the Word" in his Prologue.
Yet such a characterization suggests a clear back-and-forth, a dialogue within common literary conventions; in fact, Duncan's poems are not only reactive but appropriative, hatched from and densely cross-hatching Gunn's lines.
It is this appropriative model of metropolitanism which above all enacts London's socio-economic influence, by working to stabilize as literary commodity the otherwise disturbing form of the old country house.