Other articles related to "identity":

Todd Haynes - Style and Themes
... Haynes’ work is preoccupied with postmodernist ideas of identity and sexuality as socially constructed concepts, and personal identity as a fluid and changeable state ... social outsiders whose "subversive" identity and sexuality pits them at odds with the received norms of their society ... devices that challenge received notions of identity and sexuality and remind the audience of the artificiality of film as a medium ...
Eden (TV Channel) - Identity
... The UKTV Documentary identity focused around scenes from the landscape of Britain ... The current Eden identity features explorers in an unknown environment, such as the deep jungle or the Antarctic, before coming across a landscape, which the logo then forms onto ...
Trigonometric Substitution
... containing radical expressions If the integrand contains a2 − x2, let and use the identity If the integrand contains a2 + x2, let and use the identity If the integrand contains x2 − a2, let and use the ...
Identity in Cyberculture
... Cyberculture, like culture in general, relies on establishing identity and credibility ... How does cyberculture rely on and establish identity and credibility? This relationship is two way, with identity and credibility being both used to define community in cyberspace ...
Identity - Culture and The Arts
... by Son Hee-joon, along with Kim Youn-kyung, distributed by Tokyopop in North America Identity (Airbag album), 2009 album by Norwegian post-rock band Airbag ... Identity (Zee album), 1984 album by Richard Wright and Dave Harris of Zee Identity (BoA album), 2010 album by BoA Identity (3T album) Identity (Raghav album), 2009, Identity (Robert Pierre ... B-side to "London Town" "Identity" (Burn Notice), second episode of the USA Network television drama series Identity (film), directed by James Mangold and starring John ...

Famous quotes containing the word identity:

    Unlike Boswell, whose Journals record a long and unrewarded search for a self, Johnson possessed a formidable one. His life in London—he arrived twenty-five years earlier than Boswell—turned out to be a long defense of the values of Augustan humanism against the pressures of other possibilities. In contrast to Boswell, Johnson possesses an identity not because he has gone in search of one, but because of his allegiance to a set of assumptions that he regards as objectively true.
    Jeffrey Hart (b. 1930)

    Let it be an alliance of two large, formidable natures, mutually beheld, mutually feared, before yet they recognize the deep identity which beneath these disparities unites them.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)