insidiousness


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subtle and cumulative harmfulness (especially of a disease)

the quality of being designed to entrap

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A significant body of feminist and queer scholarship points to the insidiousness of the demand for happiness (e.
The complexity and potential insidiousness of the undisclosed commercial ties of retired military officers acting as paid consultants for defense-industry enterprises is encapsulated in New York Times journalist David Barstow's Pulitzer prize-winning investigation of retired US Army general Barry McCaffrey.
I recognise, with reflection, the insidiousness of the white societal power and privilege held by those of us who are white, which includes those not-so white but benefiting from the racial hierarchy (Fine, 2004).
It is also from such standardisation that the insidiousness of the situation festers, as the marginalised are made more so by being placed in a careless void and left to their own disenfranchised devices.
Another pressure on younger would-be feminists is that they don't believe in the insidiousness of sexism, instead thinking it to be harmlessly ironic.
When I realized the depth and insidiousness of the propaganda in the western media when it comes to all other cultures, I decided to find out for myself.
What follows is a critique of the effect of Western aid, the naivete of 'doing good' and the insidiousness of racism, all of which are more interesting than the murder mystery.
But the interview is haunted by a third ghost in the form of Wordsworth's famous Preface, evident not only in the regenerative role allotted throughout to the poets "selection" from colloquial speech, but in an overarching concern with the insidiousness of cultural decline, an aspect taken up in the fifth part of The Dry Salvages where popular divination and the yellow press ("To communicate with Mars, converse with spirits .
Wunker first talks about it in a post that comes immediately on the heels of Morrison's, titled "Being Frank Feels Risky: Notes from the Non-tenured Stream" In it, Wunker talks of her reluctance to admit the exhaustion of a 3/3 academic load, garnished with research grants applications, and topped with the insidiousness of job insecurity that never leaves a sessional.
The subplot of Herrlichkeit unfolds in an extended meditation on modernity's loss of a faithful sensibility for the beauty of the incarnate form, a reflection on the insidiousness of sin viewed through the lens of aesthetics.
Through this exercise, I realized it is Common Core's complexity that prevents a full understanding of its insidiousness.
She said that politically correct language often hides the insidiousness still present.
Still, biographers and critics take Bill's word on Marge, failing to see, as Stoneback reminds us, "that one central concern of the stories is the very insidiousness of Bill's patronizing attitudes" (78).
Capital is a consistently engrossing read, encompassing topics including the stunning comeback that inherited wealth has made in today's advanced economies, the dubiousness of the economic theory that a worker's wage is equal to his or her marginal productivity, the moral insidiousness of meritocratic justifications of inequality, and more.
A non-Indigenous collaborator may be entering into the collaboration with good intentions but without an understanding of what the core principles really mean when they are enacted on a daily basis and without an appreciation of the depth and insidiousness of colonial relations.