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conjugal

of the marriage relationship. It is also becoming common to use the term to describe a longterm relationship between individuals who are not married.
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2) See Arvind Rajagopal, "Advertising as Political Ventriloquism: Agency, Corporation and State in India's Branded Market", unpublished essay; Douglas Haynes, "Selling Masculinity: Advertisements for Sex Tonics and the Making of Modern Conjugality in Western India, 1900-1945", South Asia, Vol.
Wedding Videos in North Kerala: Technologies, Rituals, and Ideas about Love and Conjugality.
108) These factors were adopted to assess conjugality for same-sex couples in M.
Dalloway--can be said to affect more significantly the relative peacefulness of each novel's compromise with conjugality.
Drawing on the case of southern Indian Yellamma devotees who marry the goddess, Ramberg also creatively detaches marriage from its conventional gender moorings to theorize conjugality in fresh ways.
16) Brad Epps (2005) suggests that Perlongher's "etica de la promiscuidad" serves to "heterogenize" the norms of the public sphere by challenging norms of domesticity and conjugality.
The present article derives from a long-term project: to explore the gendering and sexual politics of Balzac's representations of homosexuality, celibacy, marriage, and adultery within the framework of what I call "compulsory conjugality.
The evidence left behind by the Allertons, plentiful in some ways and meager in others, allows us to explore the unique dynamics of how one couple structured its relationship, rather than assuming a conjugality that we presume tells us all we need to know.
Such readers recognize that James's novel follows the conventions of literary realism and depends on the full weight of dramatic irony in order to suggest a conjugality between philosophy and story.
Such conversations will be immensely difficult, raising key questions for feminists and others about what UN agreed language on "partnership" between men and women in the family means; about the role that conjugality should play in determining care arrangements; and about how to reconcile the enthusiasm for increasing men's involvement in families as fathers with recognition of diverse intimate lives.
The notions of dyadic adjustment and marital satisfaction are reflected in the scientific literature in an indiscriminate way without considering the specificities of each construct, even though both evaluate domains related to conjugality.
It is also the consequence of her commitment to feminist political theory, which informs her subtle readings of how public and private were redeployed around questions of family, conjugality, and privacy.