The results of this reception study of F&J's (1998) paper indicate that the article not only has been accumulating greater citational attention over time, but it has also gained greater acceptance diachronically
Availability can change diachronically
and valid statements about availability in one period do not necessarily apply to any adjacent period" (2001: 205-206).
These modes of operation can be observed diachronically
and geographically by correlated variations between allied socio-economic sectors and specific forms of violence.
This raises important questions regarding the lived meaning of "blackness" and how blackness is differentially defined diachronically
and in terms of points of geographical origin, suggesting that blackness is dynamically protean.
Texts that have been written over 2,000 years ago and are still popular and diachronically
The social individual holds positions in multiple relationships, simultaneously and diachronically
the affinities between the notion of the creature(ly) and the diachronically
related term "creativity," which places the notion at the heart of modern conceptions of authorship and anxieties about artificial creation.
Echoes of Seamus Heaney can be heard throughout the volume, perhaps unsurprisingly so, since the elder poet's interest in excavating an identity both personal and cultural--and doing so both diachronically
, with a view to the long sweep of history, and synchronically, at precisely evoked moments rich with detail--is powerfully influential.
As a whole, the volume engages with German film both synchronically (how films construct meaning within the particular moment of their appearance or in relation to circumstances of production, distribution, and exhibition) and diachronically
(how the meanings of films evolve as social, political, technological, and other circumstances change).
Besides, game and all other (non-stipulated) concepts are diachronically
The last two chapters build on the previous four, addressing diachronically
the two themes of 'Governing in the name of Islam' and 'The ideal of an Islamic society', from the 1930s until the 1960s.
Abstract In this paper, the relation between the Greek and Turkish military spending is investigated, examining first the identification of its exact statistical form, and second, a diachronically
constant ratio between the two magnitudes.