Once the West is localized or provincialized
, Owen resumes a China-centered position solidified by his professional training in Sinology and deplores that what is missing or abandoned in Dao Bei's poetry is the time-honored classical tradition of Chinese poetic language.
29) Mansfield and Murry embraced Russian literature precisely in this context, which recognized Britain and its empire as already being provincialized
According to Glazener, the projection of virginal status onto rural spaces of the US aided the development of a "nationalizing sectional identity" that holds provincialized
regions at arm's length from their cosmopolitan readership (Glazener 1997, 260).
Sociology after postcolonialism: Provincialized
cosmopolitanisms and connected sociologies.
Sartaj Aziz suggested that sales tax should be provincialized
, while the agricultural tax should be managed at district level and the tax revenue under this head must be spent on infra-structural development of the respective district.
Chakrabarty's "provincializing" gesture proves especially useful for negotiating the complex time of Hogg's tales, for as he himself notes, provincialized
history is "nonsociological .
The family Sciaenidae is a strongly provincialized
group of fishes, with nearly all of the 70 extant genera confined to a specific bioprovince (Sasaki 1989).
One of them, Jacques Soustelle, who led the French fight to keep Algeria as its colony, explains that Europe has been provincialized
because of its withdrawal from Africa, that France had yielded to the 'idol' of decolonization, which was responsible for converting the low cultures of Black Africa into a poussiere of petty dictatorships (WW, p.
They bought and provincialized
Pacific Western Airlines, they grew government to vast proportions, they subsidized business, they cranked up welfare and social services, they embraced touchy-feely trends in modern education, and they created the absurd piggy bank known as the Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund.
Embedded in his usage of the term seems to be the assumption that the European mind is, in aggregate, secular and that this will be provincialized
when more fully compared to elites and intellectuals in the non-European world.
Until recently, China has insisted that the three direct links could only be discussed under the so-called ''one China'' principle and be operated as ''domestic routes,'' an offer rejected by Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian, who maintains that the self-ruled island cannot be belittled, provincialized
Chen said Taiwan cannot be ''belittled, provincialized
and marginalized'' in the process of negotiating direct links.