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Synonyms for citation

an official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement

(law) the act of citing (as of spoken words or written passages or legal precedents etc

a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage

a passage or expression that is quoted or cited

a summons that commands the appearance of a party at a proceeding

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5) See Estrada Medina for a more sustained examination of the political implications of the citational practices and copyleft in Antigona Gonzalez.
This strong citational support of F&J indicates how important the field considers the social context of teaching to be, thus recognizing Freeman and Johnson as the specialists who first introduced these ideas to the SLTE community.
Section 4 discusses the institutionalisation of these sequences and the term 'quotational compound', which is used to refer to similar citational constructions and investigates the status of <<quotational insertions>> (Meibauer 2007).
It can be theorised as a licensed incursion into the public realm of citational practices related to domestic and private spaces, and as a breach in the global gendered division between household reproductive labour and the dominant political economy (Spivak, 2010).
However, she exceeds the 'classroom' environment and ventures into describing 'a vernacular citational style' applied by Langland's followers: 'The Piers-tradition poets also use grammar-school texts as a point of reference, explicitly acknowledging or drawing on school texts' (p.
for us, performance--what individual subjects do, say, 'act out'--is subsumed within, and must always be connected to, performativity, to the citational practices which reproduce and subvert discourse, and which at the same time enable and discipline subjects and their performances.
The potential danger of such a large and productive discourse, however, is that paradigms can become entrenched, sources and key terms can go unquestioned, traditional accounts can become self-evident and axiomatic--in short, scholars can begin repeating themselves, or, just as depressingly, can simply go on mopping up any last citational scrap lingering on the archival floor.
Even here, as I observe the customary practice of providing a brief genealogical sketch of the field, I find myself amid troubling gendered and racialized citational waters.
Here is some citational corroboration from our database:
Specific citational references for this article were not available from the author at the time of this printing.
the Villa who provides his citational performance model is already a narrative creation/citation, product of numerous historiographers, including Adrian himself, who have necessarily rewritten, re-cited the 'original' as a result of their own present (temporal and physical) circumstances and audience.
Worthen that conventions within the theatre function to make the spoken words performative: 'As a citational practice, theatre--like all signifying performance--is engaged not so much in citing texts as in reiterating its own regimes of performances.
My one criticism of the book is that until the final chapters on Shakespeare, it engages with early modern authors in a rather narrowly citational way.
An "epistemological decentralisation" (Andreasson 2005) (4) is requisite if Africa seeks to overcome this setback because by repeating and mimicking Western theories, we maintain the status quo by giving Western theory even more citational power.
The human subject is ex-cited, literally "called out" as well as psychically charged, by being placed in largely unconscious citational relationship to the authorities that legitimate or police the symbolic predicates of identity.