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For obvious reasons, all these core values are widely used as recurring keywords in both internal and external company documents, CEO letters and statements, press releases, a.s.o., and thereby they play an important role in both reflecting and shaping discursively each of the two corporate cultures, as well as their respective leadership styles and practices.
This is because, in my view, the connection of hate speech with historically identifiable and systemic discrimination is key to its success in discursively enacting harm to a sufficient degree that it would imperil a target's ability to participate in the political decision making that affects them.
(46) Third, it provides for the discursively rational, and therefore, intersubjective, justification of legal norms.
There was no empirical class war, but that did not stop the opponents of hunting from discursively fighting one.
In the case of poetry, the object is not ridicule (again, Hutcheon defines parody as simply "side-by-side," see note l), but a comparison of literary genres as they discursively represent women, with the novelistic discourse emerging as the more authentic.
Each contributor presupposes that sexual and gendered identities are discursively produced, and teases out some of the ways that the Greeks and Romans spoke and thought about these issues.
This article draws upon the concept of hegemony outlined in Laclau and Mouffe's (1985) political theory, where meaning is discursively constituted and contingent upon the specific social context.
or, to apply a less-often used metaphor, a discursively erected cultural 'scaffold'" (p.
The aim then became to move beyond analysis and critique of how orality and literacy are discursively coded and embedded and managed in life writing to what this may say about the challenges posed to re-thinking modernity in cross-cultural contexts.
Literary work on the left helped shape a new social consensus about the state's responsibility to protect its citizens against unemployment, a social consensus the government had to actively manage (by recognizing it) and contain (by absorbing it discursively) in the postwar period.
She discusses disability as it has been figured in twentieth century literary texts, arguing that bodies are both "real," material sites of identity and yet also discursively constructed through reiterative social and textual practices.
She argues that race is both disciplinary and performative and that the idea of race cannot be conveyed through the skin but instead must be "seen to be a discursively generated set of meanings that attach to the skin--meanings that, through various technologies and techniques, come to regulate, discipline, and form subjects as raced" (p.