Pinol used the poverty and vulnerability, helplessness and voicelessness
of the victims against them.
Its results were definitive -- and explained the reason for Vivienne's prolonged voicelessness
. She was suffering from a rare disease called recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, which is caused by two strains of the human papilloma virus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection that can be acquired at or before birth.
aACoePeople are surely realising the voicelessness
of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) members, who are so silent.
In my culture, a woman's humility (read doormat mentality), ability to speak only when spoken to (read voicelessness
), and respect (read subservience) for men are highly treasured.
The Other is not an equal complement to the Self/Subject, but rather serves as a projection of everything the Self/Subject rejects, such as immanence, passivity, and voicelessness
(De Beauvoir, 1949, 1).
In contrast to the talkativeness that marks her life in the neighborhood--where, as it appears throughout the tetralogy, she is admired for her judicious insights and well-spoken views--Elena's urban voicelessness
becomes even more remarkable because it underscores her isolation in a place that is associated with familial continuities and informed by shared concerns.
Overall, patients articulated that "voicelessness
influenced their critical care treatment and created feelings of regret and anxiety" (Finke et al., 2008; p.
Socio-cultural aspects of online activity and discursive formations online in relation to subjectivities that emerge online and in relation to such issues as voice and voicelessness
still remain outside the scope of academic inquiry.
The first element is the voicelessness
or political marginality of the community in question in relation to conventional institutional channels of democratic change.
Similarly, Fan, the protagonist of Lee's On Such a Full Sea, belongs to a community marginalized on the basis of race, with this marginalization correlated with ecological devastation; Fan, too, is defined by a voicelessness
that signifies not so much powerlessness but the subversion of power.
The whole gimmick regarding the voicelessness
of the "subaltern" was, I felt, a cynical ploy so that critics could usurp a voice and make of it what they wished.