subculturally

subculturally

(ˌsʌbˈkʌltʃərəlɪ)
adv
in a subcultural manner or way
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By implementing "epic glory," they simply use a subculturally adapted version of manhood acts, which encompasses eliciting deference, resisting exploitation, and control of self, others, and environment (Schrock & Schwalbe, 2009).
Perhaps as a result of the nuances of its gentrification, Newtown enables 'visible' queer people to 'blend' into the crowd and move around comfortably as part of socially and subculturally diverse communities.
The emergence of a subculturally divisive distinction between the straight acting and effeminate gay man further testifies to the failure of that ambition and the triumph instead of marketised liberties.
Over the course of eight chapters, he seeks to define the culture of online jihadi communities, examines contradictions within the online culture as evidenced by writings and debates on jihadi web forums, and explores interactions between jihadis and their opponents in an Islamic web forum and what they demonstrate about the subculturally mediated values cultivated by jihadi online activity.
For instance, Gidget--the popular culture surfer girl prototype--must negotiate Cold War gender norms and political loyalties as well as expectations from compliant normative girls in order to remain subculturally relevant and happily autonomous.
The display of subculturally specific aesthetics in this setting was interpreted by some members of the housed population as aggressive and offensive (Ruddick 2002; Herman and Mosher 2002).
Specifically, future research needs to examine how high-frequency cannabis use patterns in student or other risk populations may be shaped through the use of subculturally appropriate or grounded materials and peer intervention, by, for example, providing Internet-based or multimedia-centered BIs or by having peers (e.
Many of these risk management practices both circulate informally within club subcultures (Kelly 2007; Southgate & Hopwood 2001) and have been institutionalized through subculturally specific harm reduction organizations, such as DanceSafe and RaveSafe (Holland 2001).
However, researchers noted that underlying psychological structures are usually very similar for mainland Chinese and Taiwanese, while differences exist mainly in levels of endorsement of these focal constructs, reflecting subculturally sanctioned meanings and preferences (Yang & Lu, 2005).
Nor is it too relevant that "extratextual, speculative gossip regarding his sexual orientation often circulates subculturally.
Moving to Filter Two, the Target's judged attractiveness will depend on the Judge's subculturally determined beauty standards and also the Judge's personal preferences.
If in this exhibition formal languages were expanded according to their own rules, then it was always with the knowledge that these forms are not only the layered residue of history but also forms that have had concrete cultural-historical and subculturally specific meanings.