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Taking inspiration from Donna Haraway's Manifesto for Cyborgs, these articles consider how the cyborg has been used in cultural representation from reproductive technology to sci-fi, and question whether the cyborg is as powerful a symbol as is of The Gendered Cyborg explores the relationship between representation, technoscience and gender, through the metaphor of the cyborg.
Identity and Difference
SK Akreditasi Paradigma. In life, every person has an identity. As the person grows up, many factors create several changes on his or her identity. This complex process keeps going simultaneously as the person gets older. Boeree, George C. Erik Erikson. Burke, Peter J.
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In recent years, identity and difference have been the focus of key debates in cultural studies. The text renders accessible some of the most exciting and controversial issues in recent cultural studies. It combines theoretical explanation with in-depth discussion of key areas of contested identities, together with activities and selected readings. Click here to access the store. Create a free account Also check our best rated Biography reviews Buy this product and stream 90 days of Amazon Music Unlimited for free. E-mail after purchase.
Identity and Difference
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Search for. Articles Authors Reviewers About the Journal. Title Author Keyword Volume Vol. The key difference -- to be exact, tension -- between the two variants of constructivism is that identities are often treated as explanatory variables for certain security phenomena in conventional constructivism, but in critical constructivism the identities themselves are to be explained to make sense of the cultural productions of insecurities. Keywords : security, identity, culture, Constructivism, meta-theory. As for its structure, this article first examines the main arguments and concepts of conventional constructivist security studies through the exploration of some of its key texts in IR.
This study examines the way culture has been researched in media studies and suggests how critical intercultural communication could contribute to the field. Results show that studies dealing with media and culture do not systematically define the concept of culture. Findings also indicate that culture is oftentimes taken for granted instead of being problematized and addressed as a source of struggle. Advantages of using a critical intercultural communication framework to examine culture are discussed. Strong emphasis has been put on representations of minorities in media 1 and their potential biases, 2 minority-language media 3 and ethnic media. Defining culture remains a difficult exercise, especially because of its multifaceted nature. The importance of the concept in media studies and its blurry theoretical grounds highlight the need to look back at how it has been used in studies.
Kathryn Woodward. SI. Identity and difference are words in common currency. We hear a great deal about identity at global, national, local and personal levels.
Identity and difference
This text outlines the challenge presented by key debates on identity to central questions of gender, sexuality, embodiment, health, "race" and nation. It includes discussion of the importance of identity and difference in the contemporary world at multiple levels - global, local and personal. Read more
This article confirms that popular Islam is an emerging Islamic phenomenon in Indonesia. The rise of popular Islam is due to the symbolic understanding of Islam. The biggest challenge of Indonesian Islam, in addition to the rise of popular Islam, is the growth of an Islamic spirit that uses identity in politics so as to arouse Islamic radicalism and extremism. Islamic radicalism-extremism is not actually a culture of Indonesian Islam, but later developed in Indonesia.