flânerie

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flâ·ne·rie

 (flän-rē′, flä′nə-rē′)
n.
Aimless idling; dawdling.

[French, from flâner, to idle about, stroll; see flâneur.]

flânerie

(flɑnri)
n
aimless strolling or lounging; idleness
[C19: from flâner to stroll, dawdle, ultimately from Old Norse flana to wander about]

flânerie

A French word meaning dawdling, used to mean aimless or idle behavior.
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Whether or not the image of the flaneur and the concept of flanerie seem appropriate for a discussion of Arroyo's poetry given his working-class identification, there is no doubt that movement through space and place is a recurring trope in his work.
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As entrevistas foram obtidas por meio da metodologia da flanerie proposta por Peter McLaren (2000) (4) que sugere o etnografo contemporaneo como um flaneur a se perder pela cidade e pelas mercadorias em busca de fragmentos narrativos que possam revelar sentidos.
El primer capitulo contextualiza las caminatas de Bunuel y sus amigos con la tradicion excursionista de la Institucion Libre de Ensenanza y la Residencia de Estudiantes, pero reconoce al mismo tiempo su filiacion con la flanerie parisina o las "peregrinaciones" de los dadaistas.
Miriam's perceptions contradict traditions of masculine flanerie, in which perspectives are often "panoramic and detached" (33).
Este flanerie constituye una etapa inicial en el proceso creativo que sera posteriormente superado en orden a fundamentar un cuestionamiento critico de los elementos y codigos cotidianos y de los sistemas de poder subyacentes.
The book's nine substantial chapters--devoted respectively to transport, housing, public and private spaces, economic and professional classes, shopping, the arts (high and low), cafes and flanerie, provincial travel, and death--offer a multidimensional, closely observed portrait of the city through different times, social echelons, and categories of experience.
O campo foi construido buscando inspiracao na abordagem cartografica, proposta por Deleuze e Guattari como uma pratica do conhecer sobre as estrategias do desejo (2), e transitando entre a observacao participante e a imersao no territorio da fotoetnografia de Achutti (3), e a flanerie de Baudelaire (4), errando por becos e ruas, largos, parques e pracas, buscando descobrir a realidade social e cultural da cidade.
Allen's flanerie is illustrative of a far-reaching existential pursuit.