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to serve as an example, image, or symbol of

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embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of

express indirectly by an image, form, or model

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Race is interwoven with and articulated through the mundane typifications and, more usually, stereotypical perceptions that are basic to the occupational culture of the police rank and file.
In many cases, these revisions revealed a need for formal description of new vegetation units, nomenclature changes or adjustments, or stabilization of the current names by their typification.
Institutionalization takes place when a reciprocal typification of habitual actions occurs by types of actors (Berger & Luckmann, 1967).
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.
In this section, it will be pointed out which data layers are the most relevant in explaining the current landscape-ecological typification.
Nonessential Typifications, Vorstellung, and Appresentation
These typifications are encapsulated in the social stock of knowledge and its symbolic representations, essentially in speech signs as the typifying medium par excellence (Berger & Luckmann, 1967: 34-46, 67-72, 152-158; Schutz, 1973: 86, 368-376; Schutz & Luckmann, 1974: 318-320).
Milieu here can be understood as an environment that orients and develops a set of relevances, typifications, and sedimented understandings for the individuals involved in the cultural arena of their activity, in this case, a music scene (Webb 2007a).
Actual publics implied in such typifications are afforded limited access to debate, owing in large part to the shortcomings of official consultation processes.
Culture emanates from interpretative procedures, myths, stories, typifications, and an array of artifacts that make-up the conceptual ideology of a society.
Culture, in a sense of 'structure', comprises the tacit, taken-for-granted stock of knowledge that provides the typifications and definitions that underpin the expectations through which routine everyday actions are organised.
It is on the basis of these typifications that the authors deduce the need for a broader perspective, a need which is taken into account through a stronger consideration of employees' personal lives (e.
Pneumocystis and Trypanosoma cruzi: nomenclature and typifications.
Such misleading ideal typifications, steeped as they are in the semiotics of American street culture, result from a body of socially constructed imagery perpetuated in the media.