Like all the cottagers in Blackmoor Vale, Tess was steeped in fancies and prefigurative
superstitions; she thought this an ill omen--the first she had noticed that day.
As part of this contest, it is planned to conduct prefigurative
arrangements that allow the site to take life without burdening final installations which could at a later stage, be seated.
More recently Stephanie Ross contended that unions involving rank-and-file members in "deep union democracy" are prefigurative
since they begin "to construct the very democratic institutions many would like to see developed in the rest of society.
Detailing parents' and students' subjective assessment concerning the costs and benefits of college, Morgan (2005) specifies the process by which the assessment influences prefigurative
and preparatory commitment.
Recent social movements are reliant on digital infrastructure and infused with protester desires for what is often called prefigurative
politics--creating spaces of alternative existence in resistance to and the rejection of markets and authorities.
The antimarket localists focus on democratic, decentralized, prefigurative
communities and methods of production.
Organizing his work into four sections, he presents arguments about how to theorize solidarity, historical examples of colonial and anti-colonial internationalism, solidarity and geopolitics during the Cold War in Chile and Europe, and the prefigurative
politics of solidarity under neoliberalism.
Bhabha sees emerging in-between "a prefigurative
self-generating nation 'in-itself' and extrinsic other nations.
CHRISTIAN GOLDEN, "Agony and Integrity: an Erotic Psychology for Prefigurative
Paul reads portions of the Old Testament as prefigurative
to the New, as containing clues or signs that point to the later events of the New Testament.
In Polletta's (1999) scheme, gay-straight alliances occupy a prefigurative
safe space characterized by symmetrical associational ties.
The "call to adventure" represents the particular presenting problem that has led the client to seek services--and the sense that one's prefigurative
(mimesis1) understanding no longer adequately captures one's positive qualities, resulting in a diminished identity.