Conclusion The two streams of new Yiddish films that form the subject of this paper—those that employ Yiddish for purposes of vehicular matching and those that employ Yiddish as a new expression of Jewish culture—share a common transvernacular process that allows contemporary filmmakers to instrumentalize the language in diverse innovative ways. Quintessential objects possess a “rare and mysterious capacity to be just exactly what they ought to be Gifts indicate the value-expressive nature of the sacred. We use the term site for a particular type of physical location where data were collected e. Significantly, he is little concerned with business matters, and finds pricing his artwork troublesome. The transferability of these propositions was tested by sequentially analyzing contexts.
Sacredness in collections thus may derive not only from adding some completeness to the set, but also through the investment of oneself Belk b. Their history helps define who the inheritors are, where they came from, and where they are going. Because people simultaneously seek the beneficence of the sacred and fear the evil it can unleash, they approach it with a care appropriate to its kratophanous power. For example, advertisements tend to appeal to different values according to whether they are used in collectivistic or individualistic cultures. The urge to change, customize, or just symbolically appropriate, as with photographs e. I guess it will feel pause make me feel like I’m a soldier or somethin’ like that.
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She is not sure why she remembers that, but she does. Bible Prophecy Seminars Describing his arrangement of sculpted ceramic figures alternately as a. It is through this multimodal process that we create concepts like, “Stay away from car salesmen, they will try to trick you. Technology is valued for providing the advances that give us “boughten” goods.
This labor theory of value is an “elementary folk theory with deep existential roots” Chealp. The urge to change, customize, or just symbolically appropriate, as with photographs e. We used natural settings, emergent design, multiple sites, purposive sampling, crosscontext testing for transferability, depth and intimacy in interviewing, triangulation of data across researchers and data collection media, and triangulation of interpretation across researchers.
Each of these vignettes reflects a dimension of buyer and seller world views previously undescribed in consumer research. It is through a basic cultural personal definition of persuasion that everyday people understand how others are attempting to influence them and then how they influence others. A Gesheft offers an easy answer: Through such pilgrimages, the sacredness of the site is maintained.
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The notion of sacredness in consumption is not restricted to products; it may also attach to people, places, times, and experiences. Rather, our primary interest is in the processes by which particular consumption becomes and remains sacralized.
The experiences of prepared individuals at sacred times and places are themselves sacred, as with the travels of pilgrims. Their hilarious exchange with Mandel switches fully from English to Yiddish when Leizer sneezes on him, and a ancuor Mandel spouts a string of Yiddish insults while Chaimie and Leizer jabber helplessly: Just by changing three words, it sounds like the lines are busy and other people are calling, so it must be a worthwhile organization.
We have the tendency to believe that if an expert says something, then it must be true. This sacralization intensifies if accompanied by meanings connecting it to the person’s physical body or the symbolic body of the person’s native land, as with one informant’s cameos from her mother’s homeland.
Gifts often have special meaning, and selection of gifts to give to others is clearly different from a commodity purchase. During initiations, graduations, weddings, funerals, and birthdays, we participate in the sacred.
When the mansions became public museums, heirs received the additional blessing of historical societies, art curators, and guides, who interpret these wonders for tourists. If something falls within the latitude of acceptance, the subject tends to assimilate the information and consider it closer to his anchor point than it really is. As the quintessential products listed previously suggest.
Such self- transcending experiences may, but need not, be aided by a social context involving fellow believers who also revere the object or experience. More than any other Israeli director, Dani Rosenberg explores the price paid by the individual for the demands put on them by the Zionist endeavor. Theodixy the most influential of these has been the department store. Although nominally “secular” in character theodich principle Sacredness is in large part an investment process.
Narrative transportation occurs whenever the story receiver experiences a feeling of entering a world evoked by the narrative because of empathy for the story characters and imagination of the story plot.
The transvernacular mode in film and television allows for the creation of discrete self-contained and self-regulating worlds where the language is free to depart from the politics of nostalgia and authenticity that have been so integral to the discourse around Yiddish for so long. Initial interviews are largely nondirective Briggsbut later blend into more directed, semistructured ones.
Conclusion The two streams of new Yiddish films that form the subject of this paper—those that employ Yiddish for purposes of vehicular matching and those that employ Yiddish as a new expression of Jewish culture—share a common transvernacular process that allows contemporary filmmakers to instrumentalize the language in diverse innovative ways.
The point of listing the quantity of data is not to imply that it is related to the quality of data, but rather to indicate the extensiveness of the documentation from which this work draws. Two were doing long tours by bicycle and the other two had done so previously. An illustrious American Jewish comedy tradition was cited in almost every interview, with Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm mentioned as major inspirations. We know of no extant quantitative measures of consumption sacredness, which is why we have described the properties of the sacred in such detail, emphasizing the variety of the experience rather than relative degrees of intensity.
Further, neither of these projects represents a commercial film, with each one shown primarily to film festival audiences who may hold a special interest in Yiddish and be are more tolerant of subtitles in general. Cliff, and Rozensztroch The objectified result is frequently a photograph or souvenir Gordon ; Stewart