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Law outside the jurisdiction of a particular state; alien
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It is this rattling I believe that affects the second point: our uneasiness with our own feelings of foreignness, our own rapidly fraying sense of belonging.
Another illuminating coincidence between Goethe and Benjamin concerns the irresolvable "foreignness" of languages.
The presence of English foreignness in the commercial environment is thus notable.
International business research shows that firms operating outside their home countries face additional costs of conducting business activities (resulting, for example, from a lack of local institutional and business knowledge), commonly described as liabilities of foreignness (LOF)--costs that native actors do not usually incur (Hymer 1976; Zaheer 1995; Petersen and Pedersen 2002; Baik et al.
To Be Cared For: The Power of Conversion and Foreignness of Belonging in an Indian Slum.
But I was uninterested in having someone in such proximity who would emphasise my own foreignness - a predicament that I was already at the age of nine trying my best to avoid.
But I was uninterested in having someone in such proximity who would emphasise my own foreignness a predicament that I was already at the age of 9 trying my best to avoid.
Foreignness becomes a complex privilege that removes barriers, while anxieties about disability recede in the presence of people who regard it as a "physical fact."
occupation, on the one hand, and on foreignness, on the other, is rooted
However, as the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2013/06/12/heres-everything-we-know-about-prism-to-date/?utm_term=.ab021fef3537) found , the NSA's searches are "designed to produce at least 51 percent confidence in a target's 'foreignness.'" This allows the intelligence community to "incidentally" collect information passed between Americans and foreigners, and that trove of information could be quite large, according to a (https://www.brennancenter.org/sites/default/files/analysis/What_Went_%20Wrong_With_The_FISA_Court.pdf) report by the Brennan Center.
Africa Rising features a wide array of works, from Peter Mabeo's furniture made from indigenous wood to Nobukho Nqaba's body of photographic work that handles the themes of migration and foreignness through the clever use of everyday objects; from the up-and-coming threads of Selly Raby Kane's fashion work to the soundscapes of Spoek Mathambo's Fantasma, that fix Bantu lyrics to computerised beats.
That is, intercultural education might contribute to support a change of perspective that can reduce prejudices, resentments, and unfounded fears of any type of foreignness one may encounter.