interanimation

interanimation

(ˌɪntərˌænɪˈmeɪʃən)
n
mutual animation
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E un'immagine che descrive il processo di interanimation durante il quale il paesaggio geografico si sovrappone a quello mentale nel momento in cui un luogo viene sentito (sensed) in maniera attiva (107).
In picturebook scholarship, however, most commonly "the picturebook is [considered] a form that incorporates, or insights, genres, forms of language, and forms of illustration, then accommodates itself to what it has swallowed, taking on something of the character of the ingested matter, but always inflected through the interanimation of the words and pictures" (Lewis 65).
This feature intensifies the complementary character of the interanimation between pictures and words in this tale, as there is a semantic shift from the linguistic (attribute) to the visual (process) and vice versa.
A sense of place rests upon, and reconstructs, a history of social engagement with the landscape, and is thus inextricably bound up with remembrance, and with time; its construction is tied into networks of associations and memories through a process Basso (1996: 107) calls interanimation.
Perhaps what emerges emphatically here is the embrace of multiplicity--the entries indexing dynamic interplay and critical interanimation over mere preference.
Its hypermediated immediacy--its large footprint and short resonance--disable, the precarious "ecology or interanimation of mind and world" that interested but concerned him as early as his 1973 discussion of I.
With an eye focused on the pedagogical benefits that might come from a more sustained application of Marxist work, Aune (1990) had this to say about the potential interanimation of rhetorical studies and Marxist studies:
In its origins, the concept was a way of showing the ontological interdependence and reciprocity of the three persons of the Trinity: how they were only what they were by virtue of their interrelation and interanimation, so that for God to be did not involve an absolute simplicity, but a unity deriving from a dynamic plurality of persons.
Some other examples of this linguistic interanimation and developing socio-ideological language consciousness may be seen in local corpus building projects, the increased usage of SLV in (tourist-directed) sign media, and emblematisation of maximally distinct recurrent SLV lexis (sc.
Such interrogation requires shifts in our research, including (a) humble recognition of the contradictions wedged between our contributions and persistent issues; (b) acknowledgement of the gaps in our representations; (c) reflexivity of the research community, established through interanimation of interdisciplinary research practices; and (d) rediscovering wonder.
distinguishes itself in a momentary blending of opposites and interanimation of images grounded in a respect for diversity.
But when the interanimation of Shakespeare and race becomes unarguable--that is, when Macbeth's presence in minority or non-dominant culture becomes palpable and not merely inferential--the collection really shines, illuminating corners of the play's theatrical history and the nightmare, and qualified successes, of American race relations.
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