“The other half —the deeper meaning— lies in what is not being said, but is being fantasized, what is implied but cannot be shown.” —Stuart Hall
Representation (System of…)
…“the relation between ‘things’, concepts and signs lies at the heart of the production of meaning in language. The process which links these three elements together is what we call ‘representation’.” —Stuart Hall
“When we look at culture from the perspective of a practice of giving meaning, than language is the tool to give meaning with.” —Stuart Hall
A dichotom means a division into two parts that are exclusive opposed or contradictory: an object can be either one or the other, not both nor neither.
Culture is the activity of giving meaning to objects, events and people. This activity depends on the participants of this culture.
Intersectionality is ‘a mode of thinking that intersects identities and systems of social oppression and domination’.
A typology is the result of the classification of things according to their physical characteristics.