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Hybrid

A package of two or more different kinds of risk management instruments that are usually interactive.
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The colonial administration was the reason, the natives converted into Christianity (Stoler, 2010), and standardized the colonizers' way of living as Bhabha narrates about cultural and religious hybridity (Woods and Jeffrey, 1998).
Based on Heinrich August Ossenfelder's 1748 poem, "The Vampire" ("Der Vampir") and, more importantly, on Goethe's "The Bride of Corinth," Hepp then turns to the breaking down of binaries and the introduction of the vampire of intrinsic hybridity in literary adaptations.
Another Russian scholar, Vitaly Kabernik, distinguishes between war and warfare by Russian military thinking and uses three cases to show the stages of hybridity, and the lessons learned by the Russian military: the partisan movement during the Great Patriotic War, the Soviet engagement in Afghanistan, and the Chechen conflicts.
However, they must also be significantly similar, noting the impracticality of a hybrid consisting of an elephant and a canary (Stross 1999, 259), and moreover this infeasibility of what he deems "biological" hybridity, must be applied in a similar manner to notions of "cultural" hybridity, that is, the combination of disparate "discourse genres, languages and other cultural phenomena" (Stross 1999, 257).
Hybridity as a term originates from Latin and has its roots in biology.
To structure the argument, I begin with a brief review of the literature on the transnational reception of K-pop, hybridity, and White reception of non-White texts, and then I turn to the analysis of the reaction videos, examining the YouTubers' emotional investments and gender differences in reception.
Cultural hybridity, on the other hand, "refers to the cultural practice of combining and assigning new meanings to previously separate beliefs, practices, or ideas" (Howell and Paris, Introducing Cultural Anthropology 213), which habitually creates a strong link between hybridity and culture.
In the first chapter of his essay on "symmetrical anthropology," Nous n'avons jamais ete modernes, Bruno Latour goes through a long list of news items and reads in them the hybridity of the world as it presents itself to contemporary knowledge.
Despite the difficulty in the reconciliation between cultures, Heat and Dust proposes the creation of a hybrid space via Anne's quest for hybridity and pregnancy.
Surely, there were no chain-link fences at the Villa dei Papiri, but its use here draws attention, like the gender-bending discussed above, to the hybridity of this production and of the place where it is staged.
This collection of essays reexamines the concept of Norman adaptability through a postcolonial lens, viewing these Norman territories as "third spaces," zones of cultural hybridity between the conquerors and the conquered.