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didactic

(of works of art or literature) containing a political or moral message to which aesthetic considerations are subordinated
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On the contrary, rather than representing heterosexual reproduction as the only morally acceptable behavior in an egalitarian society, authors such as Wollstonecraft and Dickens emphasize the supreme importance of an aesthetically and/or didactically productive masculinity closely associated with the creative recuperation of stereotypically feminine behaviors for purposes that could be interpreted as socially beneficial, while remaining outside the matrix of reproductive marital heterosexuality.
Incidence of tumor vascularity demonstrated didactically by coronary arteriography is rare for cardiac myxomas since myxomas are composed of bradytrophic tissue so onlyfew well illustrated cases have been reported so far (5).
It is telling that one of Bernstein's only successful pieces of overtly political music was the plaintive, anti-Vietnam War song "So Pretty," which, rather than cataloging the world's problems, focuses simply and elegantly on one of them, and does so poetically rather than didactically.
Since the predetermined content is presented didactically by the lecturer, teachers have no chance to express their thoughts and feelings about the information presented.
Actually most of his scripts needs careful reading and a lot of interpretation, since Lacan himself never cared much for structuring his prose didactically, defining concepts and keeping the definitions rigorously throughout the books.
Co-written and narrated by world-renowned poet and author Maya Angelou, "The Black Candle" is a didactically uplifting story about the struggles and triumphs of Black families and communities striving to embody the seven principles of Kwanzaa: unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.
As noted, one consequence of an HIV-and AIDS-affected context has been the growing demand on educators to be more than educators in the traditional sense of professionals who engage pedagogically and didactically with learners.
According to Bernard and Goodyear, multicultural counseling requires special attention within the supervision process because it is a process that must be explored and experienced both didactically and clinically.
What is new here is the recitation of the story of the founding of Old-New Land, inserted didactically into the narrative.
It was in the philosophical schools, he argues, where with the help of a didactically structured canon of readings of Platonic dialogues the student would be guided towards an ascent of the soul.
Like most political fictions, it feels embedded in a viewpoint even if the authors are clever enough not to state their views didactically.
The current two volumes--only somewhat shorter than Humphrey's manual--are another very worthy attempt to present, in a didactically manageable container, the magic of how a dog and human together can become so much greater than the sum of their separate parts.