A feminist approach to the agentive
work of making home helps us to unpack the gendered aspects of control inherent in policies that derive from such a static understanding of home.
Rather, these projects suggest possibilities for re-engaging our colleagues and students in becoming agentive
, democratic, critical citizens.
you desire Want/Desire/Yearn --Medina--Past agentive
In the book the verbal account of the feeding indicates that only the boy was agentive
('I gave .
For example, one interpreter recognized that the interpreting was not effective and was far less agentive
in their language when reflecting on this (i.
2014b Passive agents in Malay: The binding properties and discourse functions of agentive
Only exceptionally can some suffixes attach to more than one lexical category, as is the case with the agentive
suffix -ere, normally attached to verbs in order to form nouns, with which some exceptional formations arise involving denominal formations of nouns.
The British liberalism of Arnold and Leavis, with its emphasis on the discipline of English as the training ground for cultural leaders, also carries through this ideal, as, in very different registers, do the more radically agentive
and socially cohesive views of aesthetic experience promoted by Richard Hoggart and Raymond Williams on one side of the Atlantic and the more conservative hyperindividualistic ideals of self-reliance and self-consciousness posited by Lionel Trilling on the other side.
Furthermore, given what we know about the functions of PIE nominal *-i-, use as a verbal-abstract-forming suffix would not preclude use as an agentive
suffix--both functions are attested across the Indo-European branches.
Chapter Seven, "Border of Belonging, Border of Foreignness: Patriarchy, the Modern, and Making Transnational Mexicanness," considers the crossing back of the border and the need of braceros to reinvent themselves as "(proto) patriarchs" and modern agentive
The "constitutive theory," in comparison, offers a more agentive
representation of the law, with the law standing apart from culture and functioning to create the culture upon which it acts; as such, law produces culture.
However, the additional strength seen in the examples above is that the teachers make use of agentive
pedagogy in their classrooms.