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Synonyms for spatial

pertaining to or involving or having the nature of space



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These texts navigate nation-time and colonial-space through the spatialization of history and temporalization of space: the present tense of modernity is occupied by Europe, whose colonization of ancient Asia and pre-historic Africa is figured as an inevitable clash between divergent temporalities.
In addition, elements from Classical literature have been used that are resonating within the enchanted forest of Mirkwood, and the manner of spatialization and fictional cartography seems to be derived from nineteenth- and twentieth-century psychological realism.
An architecture of cyberspace: Spatialization of the Internet.
Gender' Trouble: Feminism in China under the Impact of Western Theory and the Spatialization of Identity.
It is Clarissa's spatialization of time, her reconceiving of it as a room that makes a brittle socialite an apt double for Septimus.
While the spatialization thesis argues the destructive forces of media concentration on democracy, structuration emphasizes on the contesting forces of civil society (Mosco, 1996).
The construction of geographical knowledge--racialization, spatialization.
Their audio processing was based on a Beachtron system, a professional and high-quality digital sound-processing device for audio spatialization.
Notably, Shange alludes to this ecofeminist philosophy in her spatialization of Indigo's body: she has a "moon in her mouth" and a "trail of stars falling from between her legs" (22).
Homi Bhabha aptly criticizes Foucault's Eurocentric spatialization of the time of modernity and questions its "ambivalent temporality" (207).
Both gentrification and the supervised injection site can be understood as the spatialization of consumption (15)--the former in terms of 21st century capitalism and the latter, perhaps more literally, in terms of injection drugs.
At the same time, the spatialization of "crime" de-socializes crime and policing discourses.
This double circumstance amounts to spatialization, since time is neutralized, and all is ordered and surveyable without remainder, within absolute borders.
Thus the spatialization of everyday life, of how distances and movements turn into a matter of daily decision-making and daily practices within the "big" pattern that conditions attendance at higher education, is generally overlooked.