The criticisms perfectly demonstrate how there is an incessant fetishisation
of Muslim women in Australia; how multiculturalism is now viewed as a dirty word.
It indicates a recognizable emphasis in understanding and admiring Crusoe in terms of his determination and survival skills and downplays money fetishisation
apparent in Defoe's original.
But she stopped short of making a connection between eating disorders and fashion's fetishisation
of skinny young women.
Tom's relationships are constructed on the fetishisation
of emotions experienced by the three women, but their different expectations will determine their different endings.
What explains the fetishisation
of outdated technology?
This should not be confused with a fetishisation
of student satisfaction, that serves to constitute neoliberal subjectivities in education (Amsler, 2011: 58), but rather the classroom might be reclaimed as an emancipatory space where students and teachers can be creative, emotional and imaginative, as they take time, to embrace their individual identity and subjectivities.
For many politically minded geographers, the less 'instructive' side of geophilosophy is even less useful, or rather trying too hard to be cool to be useful, with its apparent fetishisation
of human extinction or certain types of matter, including fossils, obsidian, soil, rot, slime and other objects of gothic appeal (e.
Objectification theory, however, also restricted the significance of body parts in reclaiming women's sexuality by not going beyond the limited criticism of androcentric fetishisation
People have claimed that these classes are patronising and useless - but the rape culture and fetishisation
of violence heavily present in society says otherwise.
Horvat simultaneously challenges the oppression of desire in the Iranian and October revolutions, and the narcissism, hyper-sexualisation and fetishisation
of lifestyle in the 1960s German Kommune I and in today's Western societies.
of the trace alluded to by Kohlke was central to Maria Grazia Nicolosi's study (University of Catania, Italy), which exposed how Angela Carter's appropriation of certain iconic nineteenth-century figures for her short fiction opens up an imaginative space in which these "fetishised phantasms" become "resurrected as reflective surfaces of fantasy projections and affective investment by the readers.
Certain common themes have emerged: alienation, community, the constructed nature of identity, our relationship with technology, our always-mediated understanding of truth and reality, and the fetishisation