mythologisation


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Noun1.mythologisation - the restatement of a message as a myth
restatement - a revised statement
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It takes historical processes out of the picture, operating in the same way and with similar effects to the mythologisation of battles between babyboomers and millennials in the media.
The entire data sets does allow measuring change in perceptions since the early 1990s--from a time when all the respondents had a personal experience with the former system to current times, when many of the respondents have no or little experience with it and others may have forgotten certain parts of it; and from a time when it was fresh in memory, and often described in terms of negative experiences, to an increasing degree of mythologisation of the Soviet past.
The multiplatform production, incorporating live action and film, and performed in English, Welsh and Spanish, will portray some of the key moments in their extraordinary journey, examine the mythologisation of their story in Wales, and look at what has become of their descendants.
The multi-platform production, incorporating live action and film, and performed in English, Welsh and Spanish, will portray some of the key moments in their extraordinary journey, examine the mythologisation of their story in Wales, and look at what has become of their descendants in "Y Wladfa" ("The Colony", as the settlement is affectionately known in l h) stores near Aberdare - a vast building not normally open to the public, close to the homes of many of the original pioneers from Wales.
Rather, Mac Colla can now be better understood as an anti-colonial writer who believed the laws of a progressive Whig history to be historiographical mythologisation in the service of imperial political control.
Medialna mitologizacja rzeczywistosci [Media mythologisation of reality].
Although Angie's duplicitous behaviour has strong associations with the mythologisation of bisexuals as untrustworthy and promiscuous, the very acknowledgement of bisexual attraction is promising in a national cinema that has previously tended to overlook it.
This blurring of the mind and body (or language and body) represents a confusion of the social and the biological, which is interesting from a Beauvoirian perspective, concerned as she is with the mythologisation of what is natural.
12) At the same time, Indigenous writer and academic Tony Birch identified colonial mining towns-turned-tourist sites as tangible evidence in the continuity of white Australian narratives of emptiness prior to colonisation, revealing social tensions and cultural barriers which continue to impede Australia's on-going process of reconciliation, exposing the continuing process of the mythologisation of Australia's colonial past and its impact on constructing a white landscape, and demonstrating the continued need for work which historicises such mythologies in order to un-make them as accepted knowledge, to destabilise contemporary Australian society, and to call for a more inclusive Australian landscape.
Reflections on the Mythologisation of History in Latin America," Bulletin of Latin American Research 14:1 (1995): 9-24.
This assodation is followed by a mythologisation of Baxter's own birth and a fast-forward to an adolescent initiation into the fraternity of poets via a visitation 'out of the sky' by 'The snake-haired Muse' following sex (p.
The mythologisation of Mandela is epitomised in the next cartoon, by Bethuel Mangena.