Two themes suggest themselves, and their treatment occupies the following pages: the politics of marginality
, and how marginality
manifests itself in a diversity of trajectories.
Though not a solution to the larger social problem of marginality
, these relationships can help students to weather the storms that come with the transition to college and boost their chances for success.
and the logic of manyness demand a serious revision in the ecclesiology and missiology of the ecumenical movement.
Coefficients of the variables generated in ENFA, and percentages explained by marginality
(MF) and specialisation factors (SF1-SF9).
Allen manifests the grotesque in the marginality
of the misfit.
is defined as a disconnection or exclusion from mainstream groups/associations (Cuyjet, 1994, as cited in Gossett, Cuyjet & Cockriel, 1998).
While this study examines categories of marginality
throughout, other essays veer away from the postmodernist/ feminist slant in order to employ a range of theoretical approaches that emphasize what Norat describes as 'the interpretative richness which Eltit's texts offer the literary critic' (p.
20) However the ethnicity of the Lebanese is defined by their marginality
and by the kinship networks which formed the basis of recruitment and economic opportunity.
of Genet's petty criminals, beggars, and traitors or Beckett's tramps is exacerbated by bodily breakdown, thereby further accentuating the abject.
In a divided world squabbling over a shrinking pie, identity politics can now "reproduce the very marginality
that gay oppression attempts to enforce.
Ghana's purchasing power parity of just over US$1,900 per annum reflects the marginality
of the consumer base.
She writes: "Contemplative immediacy to God and social marginality
are the coordinates of religious life as a prophetic life form in the church.