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On postmodernism and articulation: An Interview with Stuart Hall This is a short writing by Lawrence Grossberg that is an interview with Stuart Hall on what his view on articulation is. It starts off with a basic question that asks him what is his own personal view on the theory of articulation with regard to ideology. Stuart Hall argues throughout this piece what his view on articulation is and how it is really a way to combine two different elements into a unified and comprehendible form. Hall starts off the piece by giving the two different English definitions for articulation. His first definition is that to articulate really means to speak or to utter words. The second definition he gives is a little more confusing and has to do with an ‘articulated’ lorry. He states that this means that the front and back of the car can be connected through a bond that can be broken and changed. This definition is much different than the first one, which is the definition we regularly connect with the word
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2008 for the course COMM 126 taught by Professor Loeffler,toby during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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