The first embodies the typification
of habitual actions, values and rules sustained by a social group (institutional structure) while the second consists of its member's actual actions at specific times, in specific places (agency).
As the remainder of this paper shows, the varying frameworks used to understand credibility play themselves out in the specific typifications
that visa officers use to assess whether relationships are genuine.
This is to be expected because it demonstrates the ideal typification
of the pimp as socially constructed.
More than this, however, stories can be told in order to question the explanatory limits of the expectation-inducing and--sustaining typifications
in which the folk knowledge or common sense of a culture is grounded.
The victors in social problems competitions are those who can most persuasively use the available idiom, motifs, typifications
, stereotypes, and images as vernacular and visual resources (Ibarra & Kitsuse, 1993; Loseke, 1999; Miller, 1992).
In her pivotal work on Black females, Joyce Ladner (1971) referred to these typifications
of Black women as the "carriers of culture.
President Bush's typification
of the targets of the war on terrorism as "evil" is juxtaposed, by Griffith, to similarly "Manichaean" typifications
of the U.
Stalking Strangers and Lovers: Changing Media Typifications
of a New Crime Problem.
It has been translated into community `knowledge' through two dominant typifications
of homeless people in the mass media.
Yet judges as human beings are not dispassionate and unemotional; as members of society, they too have their own stocks of knowledge, theories, and typifications
(see Griffith, 1985).
1) Received typifications
of Jewish looks may or may not correspond to an average or modal look of all the Jews in the world, or all the Jews in the U.
are "rounded and therefore somewhat inaccurate resumes of information about people, situations, places and so on" (Schutz, 1967, cited by Holdaway, 1997a: 24).
Raymond Hinnesbusch's many writings on Syria exemplify typifications
of the bourgeoisie as having failed their historic mission because of inherent shortcomings, due partly to lingering precapitalist attitudinal and behavioral residues.
The academics can ask themselves which is the best conceptualization that recognizes the areas of institutional life of multinational corporations by means of a point of view of a more developed organizational field, and aims at concrete notions in which the field notion is reconsidered to incorporate the new roles of diverse and more distributed actors, the topics of the agency and the contextualization, the cognitive tools such as scripts, outlines and typifications
of customers of public administration are adequately known from the literature (Ho.