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Classical socialist feminist traditions have inadequately addressed the widespread prevalence of this social practice.
      
Breaking with that tradition, this article looks at the novelty of sport as a social practice in colonial Korea.
      
The transaction exemplifies the flexibility of the local legal system in response to economic need and social practice.
      
MICHAEL CHAMBERLAIN, Knowledge and Social Practice in Medieval Damascus, 1190-1350.
      
In the end, the problem turns out to be rather complicated, involving the question of the definition of Romanness in social practice, and the emergence of particular provincial identities within the context of the Roman Empire.
      
In late imperial China chastity of a widowed or betrothed woman, rather than virginity per se, was considered the core female virtue in social practice, in literary discourse, and in law.
      
Analysis shows that these problems are closely connected with the progress of informatics as a critical field of science and social practice.
      
The "normativist" perspective assumes that volunteer behavior flows from socialization into pro-social attitudes; the "social practice" perspective stresses the formative role of practical experiences and social participation.
      
Through these works, the theories of regional geography have been richened and the capacity participating in the social practice promoted as well.
      
In the absence of environmental and teratogenic factors, this increase could be due to the traditional social practice of endogamy in this population.
      
Naming is viewed as a social practice that creates meaning of a particular kind, that of narrative coherence, which forms the essence of biography.
      
Teaching as a Social Practice: Implications for Faculty Development
      
This article advances the argument that teaching generally(and teaching in medical schools in particular) is best characterized as a type of social practice.
      
A practical discipline is a relatively coherent intellectual-professional enterprise that cultivates a field of social practice by engaging within itself and with practitioners in a reflective discourse.
      
Network communities are especially interesting and useful settings in which to look closely at the co-evolution of technology and social practice, to begin to understand how to explore the full space of design options and implications.
      
In a network community we have a magnified view of the interactions between social practice and technical mechanisms, since boundaries between designers and users are blurred and co-evolution here is unusually responsive to user experience.
      
Transcarceration: Notes on a psychoanalytically-informed theory of social practice in the criminal justice and mental health sys
      
Building a Literacy Community: The Role of Literacy and Social Practice in Early Childhood Programs
      
In reconceptualising metacognition as a social practice, the study contributes to the growing body of research applying sociocultural theories to understand learning in mathematics classrooms.
      
On the epistemological limits of language: Mathematical knowledge and social practice during the renaissance
      
 

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