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The act of contestation also exposes their inescapably political character.
As major metropolises and sites of colonial contestation, all five cities, including Paris, share similarly complex histories.
The specific circumstances here are a bit murky, and will be subject to contestation.
The conflicting interests of the two regulatory projects led to interscalar contestation between the local and the national.
It is only through ongoing debate and contestation that any nation that I want to inhabit will be produced.
Hall deals with the process of contestation and what is required to replace embedded ideas, established interests and institutions.
Because in the past nobody believed that the two-party contestation becomes a primary feature of party politics in Japan.
We present a case study that deals with controversy and contestation over three cultural productions in the past 10 years.
And these representations changed appreciably over the centuries, through a process of both contestation and assimilation.
This has coincided with an increasing methodological interest in contestation, ambiguity and uncertainty.
We need as much genuine debate and political contestation as a democratic system such as ours can muster.
The Tudor dynasty's right to the throne was vulnerable to contestation, and the theaters were thought able to influence public opinion.
Without an independent media, the multiplicity of voices, whether in concert or contestation, are less likely to be heard, Jervis insisted.
Documents that are not filed with the application or the contestation of the claim must be filed at least 15 days before the hearing date.
Potentials for human communication allow discussion, contestation, and the use of the human imagination to stimulate innovation and conflict resolution.
This is because elections entail political contestation over the control of the state and the stakes in such contestation tend to be too high.
If subjective identification emerges from relationality, fractures and faultlines within the relational field may produce conflict and contestation within subjectivity.
But in saying this, both partisans of the left and of the right agree that the West is characterized by contestation, by disagreement, and by questions more than by answers.
Left alone, they would have evolved in unpredictable ways through local negotiation and contestation over the course of time and through the formation of a central state.
Democratic politics is bound to the terrain of dispute and contestation.
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In one of them nearly a third part of the territory of the State of Maine is in contestation.
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