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He concludes that this rupture will only occur via self-reflexivity, through postmodern ethnography.
This tends to make for a high degree of self-reflexivity in performance, generated by what Meerzon neatly describes as "the exilic artist's self-alienated gaze" (302).
In so doing, she has dialogued with literary history (Pedro Calderon de la Barca's La vida es sueno), nuanced self-reflexivity, and, flirted with, to use the more current term, mobility.
But, more importantly, is this self-reflexivity strong enough to relay the film's contemplations on the ego, creativity and self-indulgence?
@londonkoreanist Perfect #translationthurs fare @worldlittoday EJ Koh on translating Kim Myung Won: self-reflexivity & "sudden fire"
Dismantling current self-reflexivity discourses, elements emerge that cannot be labelled as anything other than narcissistic.
More recent studies, such as those by Eric Downing and Robert Holub, have continued to question the purely mimetic nature of German realism and to emphasize the self-reflexivity of much fiction of the period.
Chapter 2, "SF, Spectacle and Self-Reflexivity," concerns the link between science fiction and the "shock of the new"; using theoretical material from "the affective turn" in cultural studies, Bould argues that the complexity of special effects in science fiction cinema usually provides more than the "mind-numbing" experience often attributed to them by critics (3).
In the process, participants will engage with the old Caravanserai tradition of the Arab World, promoting multicultural exchange through travel, networking and self-reflexivity. To this end, ElMadina is collaborating with the Center for Research and Creativity Casamarles (CRCC) www.cercca.com in Catalonia, Spain.
In her concluding remarks, the author demonstrates a high level of self-reflexivity in explaining the limitations of her research design and methodology, giving readers an opportunity to review the claims of her study.
While highlighting the importance of re-inventing the political and speaking self, this new subjectivity breaks down the barriers separating itself from the world outside, or its "other." Thus Baudelaire's pioneering self-reflexivity is in part founded on enacting a new engagement with the world, an engagement that provides the poet with a vocabulary to express his new aesthetic vision.
Perhaps because of the inherent self-reflexivity of the subject, or perhaps because of the anxiety about its definition, studies on the Romantic fragment seem to provoke two very different critical impulses.