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agential

Used to describe a case of nouns that identify the person peforming the action of a verb, for example, “singer.”
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Adj.1.agential - of or relating to an agent or agency
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First, it may be argued that, because of strong institutional and agential support of English, most of these Pakistani students might have internalized the domination of English and, therefore, do not consider it as a foreign imposition or colonial legacy.
The majority group of a society is one that has social power over the other, structural social power that they have just because of the structural hierarchies of the society or agential social power that agents have because of the role they have in these societies.
Karen Barad acuna asi el termino 'agential realism' para describir <<a relational ontology that rejects the metaphysics of relata, of "words" and "things.
After her second quarantine, the authors direct attention towards Mallon's agential acts of malediction.
The quality of the female gaze is displayed as agential and humanizing.
The debate on this divide is evident in explicit discussion about the theoretical significance of either side of this division but when not explicitly pursued the choice between one or the other is implicit in the manner in which a researcher chooses to position the agential capacity of selected actors in a given social science research (Wendt, 1987).
In fact, as we have seen, fragmented agency is not only a form of compromise but can actually be a positive good, giving the women who exercise it special freedoms not available to more traditionally agential characters.
This thesis will offer an alternative to the male-dominated study of security, defence and political conflict by shedding light on the female experience of war - moving away from the feminist literature on women as solely the victims of war to concentrate on the role of women as agential actors, actively choosing to participate in armed conflict.
Finally, we consider how an historicized understanding of bodily suffering might provide an increased sense of agential possibility.
Theoretically she adopts an agential historical materialist approach, informed by the works of J.-P.
This study takes its theoretical point of departure in new materialism (Alaimo & Hekman, 2008; Lenz Taguchi, 2010) and agential realism (Barad, 2003, 2007, 2014).
This is a common theme in the praise for immersive technology: that the artifacts are somehow more transparent because they disguise the agential determinants behind representations so well.