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(strŭk'chūr-ăl-izm),
A branch of psychology interested in the basic structure and elements of consciousness.
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A structuralist model would predict an inflation rate that is already elevated and rising-and the inflation rate is not running high even though the US Federal Reserve has flooded the economy with liquidity.
By narrowing the scope past the fragment, it is easy to see that even they are dependent on the relationship between their parts in an infinite series of aggregation that runs parallel to the potentially infinite series of dissection implied by the structuralist methodology described above.
World music is now a required topic at all accredited schools, performance studies are common, and structuralist theories are routinely attacked.
In table 6, when we analysed One-way Anova test comparison results concerning structuralist frame levels that is sub-dimension of leadership according to class variant; there is no meaningful difference between structuralist frame levels [F value =2,526 p(0,081)> 0,05].
With her philosophical hat on, the minimal structuralist can view gauge-related states as not differing observably-in-the-physicist's-sense-of-'observable'--but all parties have been doing that for decades.
In the first two chapters of A New Mimesis, Nuttall strenuously argues against the structuralist notion that language is cut off from reality.
In Chapter Two the authors describe structuralist and poststructuralist paradigms and their relationship to feminist theorizing in communication.
Structuralist Poetics: Structuralism, Linguistics, and the Study of Literature.
He bashes solipsistic phenomenologists and criticizes structuralists for domesticating human subjects to the tyranny of a system (p.
To place Propp at the beginning of structuralist studies is, of course, an exercise in convenience, since if one went into an area like linguistics, one would find antecedent investigators who have progressed along structuralist lines, although their interest may not have been folklore or literature necessarily as was the case with Propp.
Lux also features artists' works by the witty videomaker Colin Campbell, the sexually adventurous Wrik Mead and the nastily hilarious George Kuchar, essays by the ubiquitous Mike Hoolboom and an interview by Take One's own Barbara Goslawksi with structuralist filmmaker James Benning.
Social historians tooted in a structuralist analysis could well argue that these changing structural conditions were essential to the process of class formation that became visible in the 1919 strike.

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