We argue this examination needs to take into account the status of Maori under the Treaty, and to recognise the reiterative
and regulatory role of media discourses (Butler, 1993).
The first additional amount to start the reiterative
process is to add an amount that would net $22,860 if it were also taxed at 32.
By crediting Bright as "technical consultant" and then marking Bright's appearance within the narrative as part of the very culture, and by implication the audience the film is marketed towards (Jesse is marked as femme through her manipulation of feminine sexual iconography: long hair, tight fitting leather vest, deep cleavage), Bound reveals itself to be a product of both lesbian representational and textual history and the reiterative
performance of that history.
On the same basis of ignorance, or blindness, contemporary sociobiology repeats the Spencerian gesture of fragmented reference to the doctrine of selection, thus exploiting the only popularized element of Darwinian theory, previously filtered through a "philosophical" interpretation and channeled by the reiterative
tradition of the "biological sociologies" which are inscribed in the interminable refashioning of the original organicism.
However, while Giddens is particularly sensitive to how power and control strategies mediate the material instanciation of reiterative
practices, his efforts to explain the interdependence and synchronization of late capitalism may overlook the partial and precarious outcomes of such processes.
Chaos theorists have found these properties in almost all natural systems because most natural systems are, like the model of human memory Proust describes above, nonlinear reiterative
systems--systems which feed back the information they produce as 'output' into their own 'input'.
There is, on the one hand, the legal model, of reproduction, iterative or reiterative
, inductive or deductive, which presupposes a fixed point of view external to what is being reproduced.
Crowl has an acute eye for detail and explicates Roman Polanski's reiterative
employment of the motif of the chain of office in his Macbeth (p.
Fratres is constituted from just three musical elements, all of which have sacred connotations: first, a double drone on tonic and dominant (G and D) played throughout--a symbol of eternity, as found for example in Indian classical music; second, a reiterative
percussive figure (executed by a combination of col legno, pizzicato and fingered drumming on the soundboard) which ritualistically marks off each new section; third--very much in the foreground--a chanted litany in the upper three parts (perhaps giving a monastic slant to the title).
We can make sense of Talbot's reiterative
and reflexively theatrical status in the play by recognizing how bound up his fate is with the problem of origins in this originary drama--the first of the Histories, the first of Shakespeare's career.
Open-ended items from the supplemental form were subjected to reiterative
content analyses following the procedure established by Covert (1977).
Active circuits that contain transistors, for instance, will require reiterative
methods to solve non-linear algebraic, differential or integral equations.