application of participatory methods provides valuable lessons on how researchers can reproduce many of the inequalities within the communities in which they intervene.
It argues that the relation of intentional representation is nonreflexive
, nonsymmetrical, and nontransitive.
On the other hand, it is necessary to see the same practice as an outsider to be able to analyze it in a different way that the members can, in terms of the nonreflexive
part of the practice.
29) Flawed or absent intention implies the loss of an opportunity to move towards a nonreflexive
, nonhabitual tone production.
And yet, I do not think this necessarily means that such an "autistic," nonreflexive
consciousness does not, or cannot, exist.
An immediate corollary of this is that if a nonreflexive
Banach space X is an M-ideal in its bidual, then both X and X** have the strong diameter 2 property.
Some observers argue that a compromise of sorts is needed between the assumed nonreflexive
workings of the Bourdieusian habitus and a reflexivity that is free from structural and cultural constraints (Adams 2006; Elder-Vass 2007).
First, the corresponding nonreflexive
forro ocupar is obviously cognate with the English occupy, which connotes a much narrower range of governmental action than the broader verb take.
Lines 17-19 include the regularized cabecillo for cabecilla 'gang leader or boss,' popular apocopated forms (na', pa'), as well as popular reflexive forms irse and venirse (usually nonreflexive
in Standard Spanish when a destination is specified).
The information Moore gives about himself, despite its being reflexive, is still in need of the same examination to which we might subject nonreflexive
A strategy may be reflexive, initiating change within the organization that impacts the emergent strategy; a business model is inherently nonreflexive
They also wanted something uniquely American, and that meant borrowing from American Indians, using cultural blindness and nonreflexive