Rather, they are communicated through the juxtapositional
context of the object being presented as art.
The book also traverses the globe, citing, for example, the presumed origin of the word "taboo" as stemming from the Polynesian word "tupua," a word that means menstruation though it also translates as "sacred." Sprinkled between her one-dimensional, often over-the-top illustrations--these are images meant to help you think and feel, not to linger over--Stromquist includes reproductions: photographs of stone figures, relics, and sculptures found by archeologists in places across the world, including the southwestern Pacific, Malta, Greece, Germany, and the former Yugoslavia; and cut-and-pasted words and diagrams, bits of research culled from additional sources, like textbooks and advertisements, and put here into provocative juxtapositional
In her formative essay on comparative history in the edited volume Comparison and History: Europe in Cross-National Perspective (New York: Routledge, 2004), Green wrote that "juxtapositional
" comparisons, such as conference panels and edited collections, can often leave readers unsatisfied since "specialists tend towards monologue rather than dialogue." (48) That particular caveat does not apply to A Century of Transnationalism, as the chapter authors do engage with each other, often directly, likely continuing conversations they had begun at two inperson conferences.
(50) SMA r (juxtapositional
lobule cortex--formerly supplementary motor cortex right)
In this case, the manner of the reference is not juxtapositional
, since the poem is concerned explicitly with Brynner's role with the UNHCR.
For example, in the request message of HTTP, the request method field "GET" and the HTTP version field "HTTP/1.1" are of sequential relation, which means that "GET" must occur in some location before the position of "HTTP/1.1" and the location of the two fields can not be exchanged, while some other fields, such as the "Host" field and the "Server" field, are of juxtapositional
relation, which means that their locations can be exchanged with each other.
In this documentary, this juxtapositional
technique is enriched through the conglomeration of ethics with aesthetics, accomplished through the construction of a filmic discourse which shifts seamlessly between the realms of astronomy and psychology, the astral and the terrestrial, and the private and the collective.
The same juxtapositional
dynamic is complicated, and in some sense contradicted, in a late chapter that connects a dualistic prose description of Grace with a genuinely sympathetic description of a woman in a poem.
Disarticulation within Moure's work is marked by its fragmentation into non-sense, into juxtapositional
phrases without logical connections, then into streams of words that offer no implicit meaning, and, finally, into literal and non-literal figures drawn on the page, an accompaniment to, and further fracturing of, language.
cosmopolitanism" and "juxtapositional
" practice, together
Because the APA of GI are thought to be initiated via juxtapositional
lobule cortex (formally the supplementary motor area) , it is possible that dual tasking during GI will differentially affect motor/cognitive performance because both the motor and cognitive tasks in this paradigm will rely on higher cortical function.