(97) The decision, an appeal from the Sixth Circuit decision arose from the same facts concerning Dvina Maslenjak, the misrepresentation made during her naturalization process, and the Government's efforts to convict and denaturalize
her under [section] 1425(a).
Therefore, if health is made by people, understanding how they think and what they do allows us to denaturalize
interventions in health and even review the daily routine of health services, especially when it comes to the Unified Health System (Sistema Unico de Saude).
In an attempt to denaturalize
and demythologize the received view of a concept used within several fields of science, this book will be particularly valuable for scholars in communication and media studies, but also in the philosophy of science, evolutionary theory, neuroscience, and political science.
If the marriage to the American was fixed, you should not pursue the case, because you were not eligible for your own green card based on the fixed marriage, and USCIS could uncover the fraud and try to put you in removal proceedings or denaturalize
you, if they believe your green card was fraudulently obtained.
In her introduction, Harrison writes that the collection of essays asks "what it would mean to think the Maghreb after Orientalism , forty years after the publication of a work that invites us to denaturalize
our disciplinary formations and areas of specialization.
(Duchamp's urinal, an industrial receptacle for the dejecta of the male body, lurks in the background of Boyd's faux pipes.) Like the readymade, Boyd's works denaturalize
the commodity, exposing the architecture of its transference.
Foucault's (1973) empirical work sought to denaturalize
those objects of thought that appear self-evident in order to show that things could be otherwise.
For comparative studies of poetic traditions, dealing with the challenges of addressing non-Euro-American forms of expression while coming from a Euro-American inheritance involves an active effort to denaturalize
premises of universality of literary values.
The Home Secretary need only be "satisfied that such deprivation is conducive to the public good." And since 2014, the Home Secretary has been able to denaturalize
British citizens even if doing so immediately renders them stateless, as long as there are "reasonable grounds" for believing that the person could possibly acquire citizenship elsewhere.
In adapting Perrault's already controversial story, Duggan argues, "Demy represents queer desire in ways that denaturalize
the normal and challenge the oppositions constitutive of the sociosexual order of postwar France" (44); and in doing so, Demy uses a gay aestheticism which is particularly drawn from Jean Cocteau's cinematic style and themes.
In these ways, Rezek "tune[s] in to another archive" in order to "denaturalize
texts" and expose "the contingencies that shaped them" (88).
However, Edkins' objective is not to advance a definitive account of "face politics", but rather, her point is to denaturalize
the face in order to challenge the embodied categories of personhood, individuality, and subjectivity that we take for granted in everyday life--and she is immensely successful at doing so.