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However, as Mignolo has pointed out (2009), Guaman Poma's voice is a clear testimony of the emancipative power of imagination.
s (2005) frame of emancipative social capital theory, this study probes the following questions: To what extent does variation in attachments to spiritual Islam (as a way of life), as well as politically motivated Islamism, help explain the likelihood of elite-challenging collective protests?
See also Ronald Inglehart, Hans-Dieter Klingemann, and Christian Welzel, "The Theory of Human Development: A CrossCultural Analysis," European Journal of Political Research 42 (2003), 341-379; Ronald Inglehart and Christian Welzel, "The Role of Ordinary People in Democratization," Journal of Democracy 19 (2008), 126-40; Christian Welzel, "Democratization as an Emancipative Process," European Journal of Political Research 45 (2006), 871-896.
Therefore, maybe we should focus more on the lived experiences when we discuss the emancipative potential of digital media.
Emancipative effects are not excluded, but they mainly represent the indirect effects of functionalizing strategies directly aimed at favoring the market order.
Another example is found in the dramatic story of Paul's conversion in Acts 9:1-19, where we discern the following steps toward an emancipative mission:
From a different perspective, Slavoj Zizek insistently also chastens Agamben's messianic politics for renouncing the risks and responsibilities of revolutionary emancipative politics and for being therefore a "utopian longing for the ganz Andere (wholly Other)" and a "redemptive leap into a nonmediated Otherness.
Growing resources are conducive to the rise of emancipative values that emphasize self-expression," write political scientists Ronald Inglehart of the University of Michigan and Christian Welzel of Jacobs University in their contribution to the 2009 book Democratization, "and these values are conducive to the collective actions that lead to democratization.
Unless we recognize that hermeneutic [interpretive] rationality and emancipative rationality are to promote reflective understanding and moral direction in the goals sought and critical awareness of existing social beliefs and practices of political-moral concern, we inhibit the development of autonomous persons.
Are we convinced that a diluted hegemonic strategy of democratic populism can function as an emancipative political tool?
But again, despite the shared concept of cross-cultural love, they are very different in that Lugones rejects the arrogance and agonistic play of the dominant (white Western) culture as well as the lack of emancipative agency attributed to the (first colonial, now postcolonial) outsider.
Comparisons of the data by gender revealed significant differences, showing that women are more invested in educational and interpersonal goals, while men emphasize social recognition, athletic, emancipative and sociopolitical goals.