Identity/ Subjectivity

Perceived Benefits of Choral Singing

A growing body of literature suggests that participation in a choir may have physical, psychological, and cognitive benefits. That is, adults who participate in […]

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a neurological disorder that affects the ability to recognize familiar voices. Persons with phonagnosia have difficulty recognizing or distinguishing familiar voices. It is interesting […]

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Produced or delivered by many voices. And these voices do not have to come from separate sources, or be acknowledged as coming from separate […]

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Presence (liveness)/ Absence (deadness)

As an object of study in the humanities, is frequently discussed as existing (confusingly) in between and across the famous, ‘Deconstructionist era,’ dichotomies of […]

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The concept, from the Greek “semeion,” “distinctive mark, sign,” was adapted by Bulgarian linguist, psychoanalyst, and sometime feminist Julia Kristeva from “semiology,” Swiss linguist […]

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Both the material substrate for signifying elements and a signifying element in its own right, silence functions like the white space between the marks […]

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When a recorded audio signal is periodic and its period is within the range permitting audible pitch, it can be expanded into a Fourier […]

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A term that accounts for the phenomenon of seeing as well as the forms of knowledge and power that circumscribe how, what, and why […]

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