Excessive defects in type 2 diabetic diseases cause insulin cells to become unresistant. As a result, the insulin signal channel is perturbed and thus, the absorption of glucose in tissues such as muscle is impaired .
However, my ethnographic fieldwork with the new middle classes in Ho Chi Minh City over the past decade leads me to suggest that many educated women remain unaware of or unresistant to government control of the print media and television broadcasts.
She visits the King in jail and finds him passively unresistant; she tracks down Master Liang causing him to marvel at her filiality, and he responds by going to see a general who is a proud benefactor of the opera--but he says that it is a local matter and out of his jurisdiction.
While the poetic function finds its purest manifestation in poetry, yet without being confined to it, poetry is for Jakobson primarily (but not exclusively) a "figure of sound" (1960: 367): it contains musical elements which are unresistant to seeking a further expansion outside music.