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The framework proposed here consists of six statuses: Imagining, i Nforming, Choosing, Obtaining, Maintaining, and Exiting, the initials of which form the acronym INCOME (Beveridge et al.
Imagining is the status in which the person becomes aware that work, occupations, and jobs exist or that occupations or jobs that she or he was not formerly aware of exist.
In a second set of trials, the scientists measured nasal airflow in 10 additional participants, who completed four tasks in random order--smelling odors, imagining odors, looking at objects, and visualizing objects that weren't present.
In these tests, each volunteer reported imagining smells more vividly after having been encouraged to sniff air than while wearing a nose clip that prevented sniffing.
This "common denominator" was the "Heimat idea", the imagining of the nation via local idioms which "transform[ed] the nation into an everyday life experience"(xii).
Confino defines Sedan Day as a form of national imagining connected to the social formation of German liberalism between 1870 and 1890.
But other readers - and many with a deconstructive bent as well - will find Estrin's observations most useful when she emphasizes the agency of the speaker, not the Lauras - his triumphs in transforming his state of mind and sense of self by imagining, empathizing with, fearing, or otherwise acknowledging the otherness of the woman.
Given the commemorative function of the Minute Man statue, this amounts to imagining what it is like, and thereby noticing how it would feel, to have been an armed civilian during the onset of the Revolutionary War.
However, when imagining sentences in another person's voice, hallucinators showed reduced blood flow in the supplementary motor area (SMA) and the left middle temporal gyrus (MTG), the scientists report in the Sept.
And the edges of imagined objects tended to blur when volunteers looked at them from too close a vantage point (such as imagining an elephant standing a few feet away).
They can help us see groups--Xhosa, Afrikaners, Cape Coloured People--in the process of formation, imagining themselves and being imagined by others.
My imaginings below are not scare tactics, they are all realistic possibilities.
Such anchoring of collective fantasies in the social order would lead Hunt away from her own primary methodological concern, however, which is to bring back shared ideas, beliefs, and imaginings to an understanding of the political order.