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" In the first instance, performativity must be understood not as a singular or deliberate "act," but, rather, as the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names. "
Re-dressing the Canon: Essays on Theater and Gender - Seite 3
von Alisa Solomon - 1997 - 208 Seiten
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When Women Kill: Questions of Agency and Subjectivity

Belinda Morrissey - 2003 - 213 Seiten
...merely gets up in the morning and decides which gender to perform on that particular day, but rather as 'the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names' (1993: 2). Tracey Wigginton's performance of butch lesbianism would, however, appear to have it both...
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Enacting Past and Present: The Memory Theaters of Djuna Barnes, Ingeborg ...

Michaela Grobbel - 2004 - 207 Seiten
...of the "performativity" of gender is helpful. Butler understands the "performativity" of gender as "the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names," and not as a singular or intentional act. In her study on the body and on the discursive limits of...
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Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader

Barbara Perry - 2003 - 520 Seiten
...required to construct racial differences. Judith Butler suggests that identities are constructed through 'the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names' (Butler 1993, p. 2). The construction of identity is not a singular act or gesture but, rather, a process...
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Monstrosities: Bodies and British Romanticism

Paul Youngquist - 2003 - 224 Seiten
...(re)production of individual bodies. In Butler's sense, then, that norm is performative, an instance of "a reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names" (2). Such practices need not be discursive in a strict sense but might include material practices as...
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The Class of 1761: Examinations, State, and Elites in Eighteenth-Century China

Iona Man-Cheong - 2004 - 312 Seiten
...Bodies That Matter, where "performativity," by means of which subjectivity is produced, is defined as "the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names." See also Fran Martin's insightful analysis of subjectivity in Chinese culture, "Chen Xue's Queer Tactics,"...
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Mayas in the Marketplace: Tourism, Globalization, and Cultural Identity

Walter E. Little - 2004 - 320 Seiten
...the regulation" of individuals. Performativity is not a "singular or the deliberate 'act,' but . . . the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names" (Butler 1993: 2). Part of this discourse relates to the relatively consistent ideas that vendors have...
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The Mulatta and the Politics of Race

Teresa C. Zackodnik - 2004 - 235 Seiten
...representation: "[P]erformativity must be understood not as a singular or deliberate 'act,' but, rather, as the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names" (Butler, Bodies 2). Bringing Butler's notion of identity as performative together with Gates's rhetorical...
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Between Genders: Narrating Difference in Early French Modernism

Nathaniel Wing - 2004 - 206 Seiten
...Butler states: "performativity must be understood not as a singular or deliberate 'act,' but, rather, as the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names. . . . the regulatory norms of 'sex' work in a performative fashion to constitute the materiality of...
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Forgetting Ourselves: Secession and the (im)possibility of Territorial Identity

Linda S. Bishai - 2004 - 181 Seiten
...human activity or granted by natural extra-human forces, the idea of performativity draws attention to "the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names.'"1 Performativity, then, points to the enormous power of language to create, through repeated...
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Virtue, Fortune, And Faith: A Geneaology Of Finance

Marieke De Goede - 2005 - 235 Seiten
...explains: "Performativity must be understood not as a singular or deliberate 'act,' but, rather, as the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names" (1993, 2). This citational practice that creates the financial market, in turn, makes (policy) action...
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