on screen--"By means of identification with him,
The dance constitutes a work of art and the measure of the family's glamourized
But the everydayness of work has increasingly receded into the background and instead a market economy, and working within it, is increasingly glamourized
as exciting and changeable.
I once shared a desk with Bob Fowler for a year in Ottawa whom you glamourized
in the first article as the savior of NEPAD and a global spokesman for saving Africa.
They've recently been featured in Vogue and Vanity Fair and kind of glamourized
, as you've said; yet they were trying to really push the boundaries.
Over the past few years my focus has been drawn to social issues in the Kurdish culture that still persist in the society and they can easily be found when you scratch on the glamourized
surface picturing malls and luxury apartments.