In this way the shame space becomes an abandoned site for generating agentive
, intersubjective, experience.
In the former two texts, Arce reads women soldiers of color as uniquely agentive
, both in terms of armed conflict and sexuality; various soldaderas are characterized as "defying a static iconicity that congeals and de-contextualizes" (141).
The author offers an account of the experience of acting that demonstrates how agentive
aspects of experience associated with the execution of intentions are richly integrated with perceptual aspects associated with parts of action taking place in the publicly observable world.
Hyvarinen and Watanabe openly pose the question of long autobiographical narratives versus an embodied, interactive, and agentive
Other linguistic markers of ideology are evident in Buhari's use of passivization, nominalization, and abstraction to deflect agentive
The problem is whether Ann has the agentive
ability to produce the requisite intentions and motor functions--the ones that guide slicing the ball just so, resulting in a hole in one--rather than nearby intentions and motor functions.
The theory of hegemony advanced by Antonio Gramsci (1971) and refined by Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffee (1985) positions agentive
subjects at the center of material and discursive power struggles.
This subjectivity eventually turns out to be the prototype of the agentive
role endowed with the capacity to participate constructively, which is a positive behaviour, in other collective activities inthefuture course.
Locating the self solely within externally constructed categories works at some odds with the practice of reflection, which is premised on an agentive
and mediated reconstruction of experience to afford new insights into one's subjectivity.
The most regular derivational paradigm of nouns derived from verbs, however still not fully regular, is found with the suffix '-eur', which produces the paradigm of male agentive
nouns as exemplified below:
Though understandable, this pedagogical preoccupation means that little attention is given to how the telling of stories of violence by these learners can reframe refugee storytellers as powerful, agentive
forces in the classroom, rather than victims.
the telling from an original, agentive
point of view.