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This means if Maori protest voices are not fairly (re)presented in media reporting, the agency they may have gained through occupation is likely to be reduced by the increased concentration of reiterative regulatory responses.
Table 4 demonstrates the principle of the reiterative calculations.
7] However much this approach is convincing in relation to biblical and other narratives, I want to stress a different angle of perspective in regard to reading Leviticus; for here the emphasis does not seem to lie in the ways phrasal or reiterative repetitions are being deployed to serve a narrative.
Eventually, the sexual geometries as well as the formal and diegetic features of film work metonymically to reconstitute Corky as the parodic or reiterative figure of masculinity in the narrative.
Eventually, the sexual geometrics as well as the formal and diegetic features of film work metonymically to reconstitute Corky as the parodic or reiterative figure of masculinity in the narrative.
Thus the only "history" ideology has is reiterative, and one of the methodological problems of the analysis of discursive complexes lies in theorizing the relation between the innovative historicity of the developing sciences and the parasitic transhistoricity (in the form of a "return") of para-scientific ideologies.
The next four pages, devoted to the Philippe, Count of Darkness stories, are variously reiterative, psychological, or concerned with Hemingway as the model for Philippe.
The problem is that Garland, DTH's resident choreographer, smoothes out his laudably classical step combinations to accommodate the sleek, reiterative surface of the John Adams music he chose for this section.
However, proximal approaches that fail to thematize how organizations emerge as relatively stable systems inadvertently negate the role of power/control strategies in the material instanciation of reiterative practices.
Bottom-up mission creation is a reiterative process, and the committee will likely develop numerous drafts.
Although the immensely complex architecture of experience is suggestively common to both Edelman's and Wordsworth's respective projects, Romantic scholarship has already discussed an essentially reiterative function as the basis of Romantic memory in the more immediate historical context of David Hartley's psychology and Edmund Burke's political genealogy of morals; none of this work gets attention in Kroeber's book.
The following story, shared by one of the founders of the French association, the Association Francaise du Syndrome de Rett, illustrates this reiterative act of storytelling within that organization: