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Although the main conclusion points to a positive effect of mind mapping in stimulating text schematizing and processing, some limitations and suggestions for future research have to be noted.
Finally, though it was not in the scope of this research to make a comparison between the text processing and schematizing skills of children who do and do not mind map, the inclusion of comparable conditions would be particularly interesting.
Rather than rejecting psychoanalytic formulations out of hand because they are often inconveniently homophobic (such facile rejections, alas, rarely prove viable), I suggest that Jacques Lacan's tripartite analysis of the symbolic, imaginary, and real phallus(2) provides a useful means of schematizing the place of the phallus in gay black men's poetry, since these poets are (1) racially reduced in synecdochic fashion to the real phallus by dominant discursive regimes, both gay and mainstream, (2) creatively enabled by the imaginary phallus in "the tradition of all phallus-fetishistic literature by gay men" (Woods 189), and (3) gagged as masculine subjects by the symbolic phallus of the body politic's dominant discourses on sexuality.
The employment of the concept of "conjure," with its multidisciplinary foci, leads to different ways of schematizing religion.
has to exemplify beyond his deserts, and the schematizing of the myth of sprung rhythm is excessive.
In particular Vanhoozer describes how Ricoeur has developed Kant's creative imagination and its schematizing function further into his own narrative theory.
And it often seemed that the aforementioned terms were better suited for describing the overlapping circles of a Venn diagram than for schematizing a roster of equal and discrete artistic strategies, since many artists surely belonged at the intersection of multiple categories, and the circle labeled "experimenting" really could have circumscribed the whole show.
In 'No Longer Alone and Proud' Ellen Sapega incisively invokes Benedict Anderson, Aijaz Ahmad, and Homi Bhabha to challenge Eduardo Lourenco's insistence on Portuguese hyperidentity and Fredric Jameson's schematizing of first-world and third-world cultural dichotomies as inadequate to the Portuguese case, as she ably goes on to demonstrate in critical practice.