The author deconstructs
the mental disorder paradigm, analyze the DSM-5, covering the roots of the current diagnosis system and its myriad of shortcomings.
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Most importantly, Female Suicide Bombers meticulously deconstructs
numerous Western myths and societal biases that impede understanding of the true nature of these acts of war and/or terrorism, and suggests ways in which the world needs to adapt and prepare itself to confront terrorism in the future.
Applying the model of the "third ear" to cross-sensory listening through sound, silence, and moving body performance, Hearing Difference deconstructs
works of playwright Robert Wilson, the National Theatre of the Deaf, and Asian American director Ping Chong, as well as tracing the evolution of theatre of the third ear from the mid-1800s to the 1960s.
By tracing back the grave violations of both international and American laws exemplified by the notorious torture in Abu Ghraib to earlier American adventures in Vietnam and later in Latin America, it brilliantly deconstructs
the "a few bad apples" argument.
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The loopy, goofy physicality of the piece, which deconstructs
or subverts traditional forms and academic positions, makes it feel simple and breezy--but funny is hard work, and Bielemeier has done his job well.
Revealing how God steels His servants for their appointed tasks, Nehemiah: An Expositional Commentary deconstructs
the holy text verse by verse and draws from it profound and all-encompassing truths: "If we will not obey him [Jesus Christ], live holy lives, and be his witness in this world, it is certain that no one else will.
Passport To Life is particularly vital in that it deconstructs
mythologies that have arisen about the Holocaust.
By anchoring his focus on African American men's texts, he explores, disrupts, and deconstructs
the "white/black binary of signification that defines whites as normative and superior and that represents blacks as victim, as inferior, as devalued Other, or, since the 1960s, as the Same as whites.
It starts out as a muddled caper comedy, then cleverly deconstructs
itself into a postmodern satire of such artificial entertainments.
The iconoclastic Konstantin Grcic cunningly deconstructs
furniture design with Dummy, a single sheet of polyurethane foam rolled into a cone and gently squashed over a supporting structure to create a chubby, chunky armchair.