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" If haunting describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and often meddling with taken-forgranted realities, the ghost is just the sign, or the empirical evidence if you like, that tells you a haunting is taking... "
Beyond Anne Frank: Hidden Children and Postwar Families in Holland - Page 13
by Diane L. Wolf - 2007 - 406 pages
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Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination

Avery Gordon - Social Science - 1997 - 252 pages
...capturing enchantment in a disenchanted world. If haunting describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and...you like, that tells you a haunting is taking place. The ghost is not simply a dead or a missing person, but a social figure, and investigating it can lead...
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MLAIB und ABELL: periodische Fachbibliographien, CD-ROM- und ..., Volume 1

Jost Hindersmann - English philology - 1997 - 93 pages
...from Raymond Williams' Marxism and Literature): If haunting describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and...you like, that tells you a haunting is taking place [...] haunting is a very particular way of knowing what has happened or is happening. Being haunted...
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Multicultural Curriculum: New Directions for Social Theory, Practice and Policy

Ram Mahalingam, Cameron McCarthy - Education - 2000 - 310 pages
...— Maxine Greene, Releasing the Imagination If haunting describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and often meddling with taken -for- gran ted realities, the ghost is just the sign, or the empirical evidence if you like,...
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Ghosts and Shadows: Construction of Identity and Community in an African ...

Atsuko Karin Matsuoka, John Sorenson - Social Science - 2001 - 261 pages
...must consider their ghostly aspects; only them will we understand 'how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and often meddling with taken-for-granted realities ..." In haunting, organized forces and systemic structures that appear removed from us make their impact...
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Talking Trash: The Cultural Politics of Daytime TV Talk Shows

Julie Manga - Performing Arts - 2003 - 255 pages
...Gordon refers to as a haunting.14 Haunting, Gordon suggests, describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and...you like, that tells you a haunting is taking place. . . . The ghost or the apparition is one form by which something lost, or barely visible, or seemingly...
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El espectro de la herencia: la narrativa de Javier Marías

Isabel Cuñado - Social Science - 2004 - 200 pages
...común: If haunting describes that which appears ío be not there but is often a seething prescnce, acting on and often meddling with taken-for-granted...you like, that tells you a haunting is taking place. The ghost is not simply a dead or missing person, but a social figure, and investigating it can lead...
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Pat Barker

John Brannigan - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 187 pages
...are haunted. Haunting, in this sense, as Gordon argues, 'describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and often meddling with taken-forgranted realities'.'5 Sassoon in Regeneration sees corpses lying all around the streets of London (R 12) and,...
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Emergenze. Il fantasma della schiavitù da Coleridge a D'Aguiar

Anna Maria Cimitile - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 176 pages
...fuoco le implicazioni di una riflessione intorno ai fantasmi: thè ghost is just thè sign, or thè empirical evidence if you like, that tells you a haunting is taking piace... The way of thè ghost is haunting, and haunting is a very particular way of knowing what has...
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Revisiting Vietnam: Memoirs, Memorials, Museums

Julia Bleakney - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 209 pages
...the proceedings, as Avery Gordon might suggest. "Haunting describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and often meddling with taken-for-granted realities," Gordon writes (8). "The ghost," she continues, "is just the sign . . . that tells you a haunting is...
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Handbook of Constructionist Research

James A. Holstein, Jaber F. Gubrium - Social Science - 2008 - 822 pages
...in question. As Avery Gordon (1997) suggests, "haunting describes how that which appears to be not there is often a seething presence, acting on and often meddling with taken-for-granted realities" (p. 8). As such, to faithfully discern the reality of social construction, in addition to the other...
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