Until now, British nationals, by birth and naturalisation, with dual citizenship could be denaturalised
. After this amendment, those with single nationality could also be denaturalised
on the grounds of 'not being conducive to public good' but only if they had received their citizenship through naturalisation, not by birth.
The Carer Pension both 'denaturalised' and 'familialised' care.
Thus began a process of carving out the specific kinds of caring that were denaturalised via state support, which at the same time indirectly reinforced the understanding that all other forms of caring were the responsibility of the family.
(8) Yet this very symbolism is denaturalised
: the excessive emphasis placed on the butterflies is an unnecessary amplification of a scene in which sexual intent is already manifest.
She does, however, consider the contradictory outcomes of these performances: the process of stereotyping confirmed culturally dominant racial and sexual hierarchies, but also destabilised gender identities and denaturalised