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She was even further limited in her use of objectivization shields and relied solely on the exclusive use of "we" (we = doctors as a professional group).
As indicated above, the traditional philosophy of nature emphasized rational objectivization as the defining characteristic of man.
This led to descriptions and comparisons for which the objectivization of culture was essential.
This relationship is seen through the perspective of the protagonists' own gay subjectivities, thus ending the traditional objectivization of which gays had been traditionally victims by directors and producers alike.
(21.) This phenomenon is reminiscent in part of Gumperz' (1982: 80-81) discussion of code-switching and the personalization versus objectivization dynamic that underlies ir in particular contexts.
(15) Telepathy, 'ghosts of the living', 'true hallucinations' or more simply 'coincidences': this diverse vocabulary depending on institutions, places and actors reveals the diversity of interests, explicit or implicit, that were involved in the objectivization of the complex mental processes which were, at the same time, at the centre of a vast rebalancing operation between the natural sciences, which were in the midst of being transformed, and the human sciences, which were in the process of starting up.
concerned, an objectivization and removal from the lifeworld of (now)
In the process of objectivization, the past dies for the second time, but now not because of the passage of time, but because of its murder by the historian.
(3.) On the objectivization of the female body and the "gendered gaze," see among many other studies, Bartky 459; Berger 47; Bordo 6 ff.; Donaldson 374; Dworkin 123-33; Spain 6 ff.; and the essays in Lomperis and Stanbury.
The theme of Bourdieu's last lecture was "the objectivization of the subject of objectivization." In other words, Pierre Bourdieu presented an auto-socio-analysis; the sociological analysis of his own intellectual and social trajectory from a modest family in a small village in the south of France to Paris and to the College de France.
(147) Among the claimed effects of detention are the dehumanization and objectivization of asylum seekers.
The cinematic apparatus also strengthens the voyeuristic position of Antonio as an instrument of the constant "objectivization" and "fetishization" of the female body and which culminates in its final destruction.