Such an omission calls attention not only to the essay's disregard of all recent feminist Bowen criticism and scholarship, but to the ways the homoerotic focus can elide
the centrality of cultural and political identities.
the difference between a preacher who implores congregants to help the disadvantaged and, say, a hopelessly callous businessman.
By restricting citation to primary sources alone he effaces the difficulties of interpretation these involve (and the massive accumulation of such primary sources without further comment in the notes is a significant part of his rhetoric of objectivity); conversely his failure to quote secondary sources elides
the breadth of interpretative strategies available.
Schechner's failure to offer a credible account of the "other" culture turns interculturalism into neo-colonialism and elides
difference into a blur of similarities.
Directed with arresting yet subtle flair by Svetla Tsotsorkova, whose affinity for minimal dialogue elides
with her careful attention to how people observe each other, the film combines chamber-piece elements with sensitivity to landscape, light and shadow.
But a superficial new documentary from the Smithsonian Channel, Legend of Lead Belly, elides
the most controversial aspects of his life and imposes a relentlessly positive spin.
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As an institutionalized public management instrument, evaluation is often treated in the literature as an unalloyed good, but such a snap judgment elides
the role of power relationships in evaluation praxis in terms of whether evaluation is capable of speaking truth to power, the ability of evaluation to shift relations of power within and between institutions, and the degree to which evaluation may seek power for its own interests.
And yet to date, institutional attempts to take stock of the diverse forms of cultural opposition to Slobodan Milosevic's regime have generally presented Serbian art within a pan-Balkan frame-work that elides
the differences between various local and national contexts.
But while this stylistic choice serves to make his own text, like those he considers, more accessible to a popular audience, his running paraphrase elides
the textual intricacies and allusions which make advice literature such an interesting cultural barometer.
In so doing she elides
differences of class and culture which may well have been quite significant.
Greene argues that the great moralist elides
the ethical and the aesthetic dimensions of language and thus achieves a perfect synthesis of Barthes's antagonistic figures of ecrivain and ecrivant.