This representational strategy embeds a subtle yet compelling gender politics that problematizes social conventions of normalcy, disrupts the homogeneity of cultural normative, and ultimately legitimizes an alternative (self)representation of identity that is not confined by the hierarchized
binary oppositions of self/other, man/woman, normal/abnormal.
For each relationship, the author explores how hierarchized
thinking about who is controlling whom gives way, on stage, to more complex representations of power and social critique.
At the same time, we think that the students hierarchized
the dance styles known and preferred by them in a normal way, by having in view the large popularization of these styles in the latest years.
Each variable is hierarchized
by using a numerical value from 0 to 3.
The author regards both the Indian penal code and Thomas's Minute on Indian Education as indicative of Macaulay's worldview: "Evangelical notions of a universal human family hierarchized
in relation to stadial theory, together with assumptions about imperial responsibility to those unable to govern themselves, were firmly imprinted on Tom's mind" (201).
He was particularly disappointed in society's power struggles, which he saw were based on mutual aggression and hierarchized
As an objectified entity, the human form threatens both the ideal of progress and a society that imagines the body in terms of a hierarchized
organic metaphor that speaks to Foucault's notions of biopolitical control.
During this process of differentiation, a further paradox appears: social classes are hierarchized
as they are inscribed into space--this tendency is increasing rather than, as is often claimed, diminishing.
The link between sensory organisation and the [cultural and social] Order is also the basis on which senses are hierarchized
into 'higher' and 'lower' ones.
Acheson begins chapter two, "TRUTH: The 'Way of Dichotomy': Dichotomous Tables and John Milton s Paradise Lost" with an overview of dichotomous tables published as appendices to the Bible in early modern England, arguing that they serve both to represent its matter, in the form of genealogies, tables of contents, and reading guides, and to model a way of thinking through relational and hierarchized
First, international law is, as we have seen, a weakly hierarchized
law, such that the case of movement from a European legal hierarchy to a purported international legal hierarchy appears to be purely academic.
If it were possible to imagine a more comprehensive account of the forms of subjection and unfree labor that haunt Britain's imperial past and conceptions of modernity, it would require an account of the ways in which racialized, gendered, and classed difference was hierarchized
in extraordinarily complex and shifting ways, creating constitutive insides and outsides.