Postmodernist

  • (adj): Of or relating to postmodernism.
    Example: "Postmodernist architecture"
    Synonyms: postmodern

Some articles on postmodernist, postmodernists:

Postmodernist School
... In criminology the Postmodernist School applies postmodernism to the study of crime and criminals, and understands "criminality" as a product of the power to limit the behaviour of those individuals ... Postmodernists shift attention from Marxist concerns of economic and social oppression to linguistic production, arguing that criminal law is a language to create ... According to postmodernist criminology, the discourse of criminal law is dominant, exclusive and rejecting, less diverse, and culturally not pluralistic, exaggerating narrowly defined rules for the exclusion ...
Postmodernist Film
... Postmodernist film like postmodernism itself is a reaction to modernist cinema and its tendencies ... in the author, the individual, and the accessibility of reality itself than the postmodernist film ... Postmodernist film typically has three key characteristics that separate it from modernist cinema or traditional narrative film ...
Postmodernist Film
... Postmodernist film attempts to articulate postmodernism (its ideas and themes and methods) through the medium of film ... Postmodernist film attempts to subvert the mainstream conventions of narrative structure, characterization and destroys (or, at least, toys with) the audience's ...
Postmodernist Anthropology
... be considered scientific? Clifford Geertz, considered a founding member of postmodernist anthropology, advocates that, ÔÇťanthropological writings are themselves interpretations, and ... Other major tenets of postmodernist anthropology are an emphasis on including the opinions of the people being studied, a sense of relativism for the practices of other ...
Pentateuchal Criticism - Methods and Perspectives - Postmodernist Criticism
... Postmodernist biblical criticism treats the same general topics addressed in broader postmodernist scholarship, "including author, autobiography, culture criticism ...