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"There is not one mythical, monolithical (English) ...
Intersectionality has developed in gender studies during the last two decades as an alternative analytical framework to avoid monolithical perspectives over particular forms of inequalities such as gender or class, and has been widely used in gender research (e.g.
As shown in figure 1(a), the gm/IDn characteristic is monolithical and without discontinuities.
In contrast to a seemingly singular, monolithical perspective, we present post-acquisition cultural change as a dyadic, bipolar process, whereby acquired firms cohabit the space between espoused and practiced values.
Monolithical integration of barrier foils means in this case that the full device is made immediately on top of ultra-barrier coated plastic foil, which further is coated with a transparent electrode.
"Let me remind you, however, that Islam has never been monolithical, but has from the start been a vast container for diverse cultures and ethnicities.
MacKinnon has gone a long way in developing a feminist theory of state and law, but, maddeningly, she throws so much away because of the monolithical and dismissive mode of analysis.