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Definition of the noun Actionism
What does Actionism mean as a name of something?
- An excessive emphasis on action, activity, or change in lieu of continuity, stability, and permanence.
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Resources for the Ministry of Healing and Growth by Howard John Clinebell, Bridget Clare McKeever
Actionism is an essential feature of structural analysis. The Adult is regarded in the same light as a muscle, which increases in strength with exercise. Once the preliminary phases of decontamination and clarification are well under way, the ...
Social Work and Political Action by Paul Halmos
social welfare actionism is a fascinatingconverse of Soviet treatment ofpolitical dissidence. For the black man's psychiatric deviancewe ...
by Neal Bedford
Be prepared though: Actionism is a melting pot of animal sacrifice, bloody canvases, self-mutilation and defecation, and certainly not everyone's cup of tea. Other well-known artists represented throughout the museum include Picasso, Klee, ...
Vienna. Ediz. Inglese (2007)
by Neal Bedford, Janine Eberle
Actionism is a melting pot of animal sacrifice, bloody canvases, self-mutilation and defecation, and certainly not everyone's cup of tea. Other well-known artists represented throughout the museum include Picasso, Paul Klee, René Magritte, ...
by A. Pablo Iannone
actionism types of explanations of action, especially human action, understood as a kind of event. If actions are events, and these are involved in change, then action theory overlaps with the ontology of change, which deals with the ...
by Paula Sutter Fichtner
VIENNESE ACTIONISM/WIENER AKTIONISMUS. A highly provocative form of painting and drawing, Viennese Actionism came to public attention in the 1960s. Its characteristic themes were the irrational and ignoble qualities of human thought ...
From the mid-19th century to the present day by A. Iriye, P. Saunier
This background becomes evident in movements such as the Situationist International, Viennese Actionism or Tucumán Arde (Argentina, 1968). But even in pop art (which is usually interpreted as an art of the exaltation of mass consumerism ...
by Lynne Warren
Between 1962 and 1968, Rainer was involved with the Wiener Aktionismus ( Vienna Actionism), whose activities sought to challenge accepted beliefs and traditions through performances that were erotic body rituals centered on sacrifice and ...
by Eugene McLaughlin, John Muncie
Interactionism also provides a basis for empirical inquiry, often using the methods and practices of ethnography. Ethnography has a particular affinity with inter- actionism because they share an interest in 'capturing the actor's point of view' and ...
Encyclopedia of leadership (2004)
A-E by George R. Goethals, Georgia Jones Sorenson, James MacGregor Burns
Grounded theory draws upon the epistemo- logical underpinnings of a range of methodologies, including ethnography, phenomenology,social inter- actionism, hermeneutics, heuristics, and systems theory. The data are usually qualitative, but ...
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- Actionism Meaning
Video shows what Actionism means. Viennese Actionism, a school of art which started in Vienna, Austria. a term used by Theodor W. Adorno to refer to 1960s ...
- Actionism Meaning
Video shows what actionism means. An excessive emphasis on action, activity, or change in lieu of continuity, stability, and permanence.. Actionism Meaning.
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