Machado Saez formulates not so much how diaspora operates as a mobile and hybrid utopia as some Caribbean literary criticism forwards, but rather how market aesthetics contextualize and decontextualize
Caribbean diasporic historical fiction.
with its source, a panel in a 1962 comic book called All-American Men of War, reveals how Lichtenstein removed the landscape in the original panel to decontextualize
the scene and draw it closer to the viewer.
Chapters 2, 3 and 6 demonstrate how the processes of textual transmission could serve to decontextualize
This has led to the identification of magical realism as the paradigmatic style of Latin American literature and to critical practices that dislocate and decontextualize
these and other works by Latin American authors.
In order to avoid being stifled within Hegel's totalistic system, Bencivenga urges, we must do such allegedly un-Hegelian things as abstract, decontextualize
, sever, and play, for "such is the freedom that matters" (p.
A longer review might question the implicit dismissal of Donald MacKay's attempts to not decontextualize
Instead, they could be rid of external insignia and reused, allowed to fall into ruin, or turned into museums: progressive dilapidation directly documented the demise of a fallen regime, while museums served to decontextualize
cultural artefacts which, when presented as objects of aesthetic appeal, lost their previous political function.
Of cose, Guba has also noted that qualitative researchers are not smayed by this situation since they expect indeterminacy fm the real, constructed world (including the quantitative wod), and they are deeply suspicious of any criteria which opere to fragment, narrow, and/or decontextualize
the study of thisorld.
The theorists argue that teachers tend to oversimplify and decontextualize
complex instructional content, precisely at the stage in which students need exposure to variability and nuance.
Three charges are made against these readings: first, they (superficially) see Adorno as a modernist elitist; second, they share a reductionist view of him because they ignore or fail to understand the Hegelian-Marxist elements in his thought; and third, they decontextualize
Are the cognitive consequences of literacy powerful enough to decontextualize
or distance the slave effectively from his or her preliterate social context as "strong-text" critics claim?
That is, Edmond's work contributes to the emergent field of critical colonial discourse studies that continues to decontextualize
native epistemological systems.