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" Gender ought not to be construed as a stable identity or locus of agency from which various acts follow; rather gender is an identity tenuously constituted in time, instituted in an exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts. "
The Poetics of DNA - 212. lappuse
autors: Judith Roof - 2007 - 243 lapas
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Chopin Studies 2, 2. sējums

John Rink, Jim Samson - 2006 - 253 lapas
...the identities they claim to be. Summarising her arguments about gender in particular, Butler writes: 'gender ought not to be construed as a stable identity...an exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts'.36 One might comprehend the 'mirror' scene as a performance of Butler's performative theory:...
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Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity

David Campbell - 1992 - 269 lapas
...truth effects of a discourse of primary and stable identity.' Moreover, gender can be understood as 'an identity tenuously constituted in time, instituted...exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts'; an identity achieved, ''not [through] a founding act, but rather a regulated process of repetition....
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Directed by Dorothy Arzner

Judith Mayne - 1994 - 209 lapas
...Butler's Gender Trouble is one of the most quoted sources in this context. Butler says, for example, "Gender ought not to be construed as a stable identity...exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts.'" 7 Drawing upon Butler, one could note how the emphasis on performance is indeed a striking aspect of...
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The Global Economy as Political Space

Stephen J. Rosow, Naeem Inayatullah, Mark Rupert - 1994 - 253 lapas
...ideal is a consequence of the performances that make it possible. Gender can thus be understood as "an identity tenuously constituted in time, instituted...exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts"; an identity achieved "not [through] a founding act, but rather a regulated process of repetition" (136,...
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Mothers of Invention: Women, Italian Fascism, and Culture

Robin Pickering-Iazzi - 1995 - 271 lapas
...moreover, have profound implications for both gender and Fascism. Judith Butler (1990) has theorized: Gender ought not to be construed as a stable identity...exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts.... Significantly, if gender is instituted through acts which are internally discontinuous, then the appearance...
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Sexuality and the Reading Encounter: Identity and Desire in Proust, Duras ...

Emma Wilson - 1996 - 210 lapas
...social dramas, the action of gender requires a performance that is repeated'.44 Hence she concludes: 'Gender ought not to be construed as a stable identity...in time, instituted in an exterior space through a styli2ed repetition of acts.'4" Butler suggests that the gendered body has no ontological status 'apart...
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The Gendered Object

Pat Kirkham - 1996 - 226 lapas
...are increasingly identified with — as Madonna's success would suggest. Identity is multiple, and 'gender is an identity tenuously constituted in time, instituted in an exterior space through a stylised repetition of acts'.21 Identities are not 'absolute'; 'hybrid' identities are produced through...
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Feminist Perspectives on The Foundational Subjects of Law

Anne Bottomley - 1996 - 312 lapas
...contrahendi, can be interpreted finally from the perspective of gender itself. If gender is a performance — 'an identity tenuously constituted in time, instituted in an exterior space through a stylised repetition of acts ...'.96 Then the repetitive life of the law of contracts might be said...
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Oil, the State, and Federalism: The Rise and Demise of Petro-Canada as a ...

John Erik Fossum - 1997 - 368 lapas
...for the construction of gender (as Judith Butler has argued), but also for the construction of self. 'Gender ought not to be construed as a stable identity...exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts.'* In the scene in Deux actrices, at what must be for Solange her moment of greatest ontological uncertainty,...
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Of Men and Monsters: Jeffrey Dahmer and the Construction of the Serial Killer

Richard Tithecott - 1997 - 208 lapas
...as an identity gained over time, an identity which coheres from a process of repeated performance: "Gender ought not to be construed as a stable identity...exterior space through a stylized repetition of acts" (author's italics; Butler 140). The idea that The Silence of the Lambs' Buffalo Bill might be seen...
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