NATO has trampled in the grossest way on all the agreements and they have tried to trap all our neighbors in a double bind
- either they side with Russia or with the West," the Russian foreign minister said.
For these reasons, the academic double bind
in which my work is situated renders me entangled in the very White supremacist, institutionalized structures against which I speak--work that, according to Ellsworth (1997), is caught up in the privilege of "naming" (p.
Although accusations of inauthenticity can haunt any politician, regardless of their gender, the unique double bind
experienced by women in politics makes this line of character attack even more likely.
7) The double bind
of Francophony for an Arab woman of her generation, denied entry into written Arabic, is part of Djebar's theme.
The double bind
puts an individual in a difficult communicative place because to respond to one message automatically means to not respond to another message.
This radical cosmopolitanism even threatens to undo Spivak's previous works of deconstruction collected in the same book precisely because she shifts the emphasis from deconstruction to both deconstruction and figuration to form a concept of the double bind
of trace and figuration (23).
Die beiden Logiken konnen sich gelegentlich erganzen, viel eher aber erscheint die Wissenschaft als Dienerin zweier Herren und sieht sich mit der Problematik eines Double Bind
The double bind
has been defined by a number of researchers, professors, and commentators.
This double bind
of interventions with strong technical and related to the phasing of work has a direct impact on the content of project management contract should be negotiated.
At the intersection of psychology and communications theory, a double bind
is understood as the emotionally distressing experience of being in, without the possibility of exiting, a 'communicational matrix, in which messages contradict each other', so that an effective response to one message equates to a failed response to the other.
Desire places us in a double bind
, for Hagglund: we are at once chronophilic (attached to temporal beings) and chronophobic (fearful of losing those to whom we are attached).
It is also characterized by a double bind
between chronophilia, the attachment "to a temporal being" and chronophobia, the fear of losing that temporal being (9).