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In the next sections, we will first review relevant literature on Asiacentricity, integration, and dialectics followed by the theorization of the paradoxical approach to communication.
In conclusion, what we are advocating is that (1) our discipline, more than any other business discipline, involves the study of multilevel phenomena; (2) we are currently not leveraging the opportunity to develop richer and more insightful multilevel theories; and (3) to advance as a discipline, our theorizations should take in account the level (s) to which our theory applies.
Rather, by insisting on labor as a frame for reproductive activity, Pande has skillfully refused to allow the so-called production/reproduction dichotomy to limit her interpretation, as she extends theorizations of globalized regimes of labor as well as of reproduction.
Indeed, it is precisely in theorizing virtuality that the genre's theorization, use, and operation potentially shift.
Degner develops this problem of signification and coherence, not primarily by returning to Holderlin's theorization of Wechsel der Tone, but by concentrating on the role of tonal and perspectival shifts in Holderlin's poems.
The author examines verse drama in England from 1900 to 2015, its evolving manifestations and theorizations, and its critical and cultural reception.
South Australia) and Turner (sociology, City University of New York Graduate Center) survey several different invocations and theorizations of the concept of society.
In a volume which surprisingly seldom engages with queer theory or theorizations of sexuality, Heathcote's sophisticated exploration of the lesbian as screen and screened is especially valuable for contextualizing deliberations over the ' affirmative' or otherwise qualities of specific lesbian representations within broader questions about representation itself and the desirability of visibility.
63), and in benefiting from the theorizations of Meigret and Ramus, he introduces grammatical precepts that proceed from current and accepted usage.
These turn out not to be forces so much as the theorizations of forces of Frederick Jackson Turner, David Potter, Sven Steinmo, and Sacvan Bercovitch.
The lessons to be learned from Somewhere in the Darkness can benefit both young and old, as it illustrates that the theorizations of gender, race, and class are social constructions.
Theorizations of post-Modernism a decade ago took the spatial eradication of time as a defining feature, yet interest in the monument and the museum is now surging.