and related spatial theories, such as the theories of boundaries, analyse how a particular place (and its inherent space) is constructed through the perceptions of it, and attributions made to it in terms of the psychosocial perceptions and understandings of its inhabitants at a given time (Matthews 165-8).
Kestner, The Spatiality
of the Novel (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1978), p.
Throughout "The Paperhanger, ambiguity and spatiality
coalesce to develop a "sense of an ending" that complicates the possibility of morality or cosmic order in a world that both Gay and O'Connor, for shared and different reasons, find "almost rotten" but possibly not beyond grace.
Whether a regime is traditional-hierarchical, rational-bureaucratic or a complex mixture of factors, spatiality
is of even greater importance in the existence of a modern nation state.
So it seems that the spatiality
of the scene produces gendered performance while gendered performances simultaneously produce the spatiality
of the scene.
At the same time, it is worth noting a bit of caution toward completely divorcing the idea of spatiality
from publicity, a definite risk in a move toward hyper-publicity.
And maybe having to bring them together was the basis of figuring out what a new kind of spatiality
As such, when meaning of place experience is interpreted in relation to spatiality
, it is crucial to examine the potential metaphysicality of space as well as the influence of spatial physicality, and this is to be cross-referenced to other lifeworld existentials (for instance, see Thrift, 1993 for the inseparability of space-time).
Kelly might well have devoted more space, as it were, to teasing out her fundamental distinction between spatiality
(the real or imagined space in which a literary work takes place) and place (space invested with human meaning).
The political ramifications of spatiality
have been addressed by numerous theorists (Bourdieu, Lefebvre and Foucault).
Analysis of spatiality
in this branch of research is largely limited to the notion of territoriality, which is most closely connected with research into nationalism and is linked to the concept of the nation-state.
And 'being' refers to the self that can be only a part of this spatiality
and may try to accept and understand it rather than to recreate it.