disjuncture


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For nurses, they often experience the disjuncture between their professional experiential knowledge, and that of the authoritative or official knowledge imposed on them through the ruling relations.
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Part IV closes the discussion with an explanation of disjuncture theory and a discussion of the need for a more integrated approach to disability by both academics and professionals.
Following this, I question whether Myanmar's colonial experience, as described by Schober, could be reduced to a simplistic account of "cultural disintegration" that resulted in drastic social disjuncture and the subsequent marginalization of the sangha.
In his response, Norman Duncan reveals an element of this disjuncture in this editorial essay when he notes my distinction between imposed classification and voluntary self-identification by 'race' without careful thought for the consequences of the latter.
Examining a small number of pertinent works, Adams exposes the American citizen's conflation of war with manhood, the wider American cultural paradigm that enables the mythologized equivalence between these two terms, and most stolidly, the disjuncture between civilian perceptions of war's relationship with masculinity and the disruptive narratives his examined texts offer to counter these popular perceptions.
The refusal or resistance encountered by the hand that seeks to touch is suggestive of the obstacles inherent in the poetic process: the disjuncture between language and the physical world, the impossibility of attaining presence in language, and the dispersal or dissemination of meaning.
Overall, however, there seems to be a disjuncture between Edmunds's evidence and her claims for pervasive policing of Aborigines in Melbourne in the period surveyed.
The disjuncture between form and substance of Palestinian statehood will be manifest.
Although this reads well, the disjuncture of the chronology may confuse those unfamiliar with the flow of events.
The traditional dichotomy between the art and the viewer, art and reality, art and the artist, is radically challenged in a moment of perceptual shock, where one enters a continuous disjuncture of multiplicities, flows, desires, arrangements, connections and disconnections, such that one celebrates an uncanny perceptual delay.
Also, there is some disjuncture between climate predictions and recent patterns.
That this be misunderstood as "somewhat portentous" is ironic, as the disjuncture in appreciation for Mr.
To combine the critique with the proposal, not only to ameliorate the seemingly intractable urban condition, but to invent an architecture that resolves the disjuncture between the city's origins as a fishing village and its oil-reliant suburban sprawl today, is in itself a huge undertaking.
Indeed, most of the critical praise earned by establishments like Traif and Mile End has highlightedknowingly or notthe clever disjuncture of embracing Jewishness while simultaneously rebelling against it.