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  1. Meaning and Representation in History on JSTOR

    History has always been more than just the past. It involves a relationship between past and present, perceived, on the one hand, as a temporal chain of events and, on the other, symbolically as an interpretation that gives meaning to these events through varying cultural orientations, charging it with norms and values, hopes and fears.

  2. Representation Definition & Meaning

    representation: [noun] one that represents: such as. an artistic likeness or image. a statement or account made to influence opinion or action. an incidental or collateral statement of fact on the faith of which a contract is entered into. a dramatic production or performance. a usually formal statement made against something or to effect a ...

  3. Representation

    representation, in government, method or process of enabling the citizenry, or some of them, to participate in the shaping of legislation and governmental policy through deputies chosen by them.. The rationale of representative government is that in large modern countries the people cannot all assemble, as they did in the marketplace of democratic Athens or Rome; and if, therefore, the people ...

  4. Philosophy of History

    Philosophy of History. First published Sun Feb 18, 2007; substantive revision Tue Nov 24, 2020. The concept of history plays a fundamental role in human thought. It invokes notions of human agency, change, the role of material circumstances in human affairs, and the putative meaning of historical events. It raises the possibility of "learning ...

  5. Political Representation

    Political representation occurs when political actors speak, advocate, symbolize, and act on the behalf of others in the political arena. In short, political representation is a kind of political assistance. This seemingly straightforward definition, however, is not adequate as it stands. For it leaves the concept of political representation ...

  6. Meaning and representation in history

    Abstract. History has always been more than just the past. It involves a relationship between past and present, perceived, on the one hand, as a temporal chain of events and, on the other ...

  7. 'History, forms of representation and functions'

    History as an institutionalized, academic discipline is a continuation of extradisciplinary forms of dealing with the past and, therefore, has never enjoyed a monopoly on its representation.

  8. Meaning and Representation in History

    Meaning and Representation in History. Jörn Rüsen. Berghahn Books, Aug 1, 2006 - History - 292 pages. History has always been more than just the past. It involves a relationship between past and present, perceived, on the one hand, as a temporal chain of events and, on the other, symbolically as an interpretation that gives meaning to these ...

  9. Meaning and Representation in History

    History has always been more than just the past. It involves a relationship between past and present, perceived, on the one hand, as a temporal chain of events and, on the other, symbolically as an interpretation that gives meaning to these events through varying cultural orientations, charging it with norms and values, hopes and fears. And it is memory that links the present to the past and ...

  10. Virtual representation

    Quick Reference. The essential idea of virtual representation is that one can be represented by a decision‐making process without being able to vote for those who make the decisions. That the disenfranchised were virtually represented in Parliament was an argument often put by opponents of franchise reform in England in the nineteenth century.

  11. Meaning and Representation in History

    "The Meaning of History": A Modern Construction and Notion? Jörn Stückrath. Chapter 5. The Meaning of History: Enacting Sociocultural Code Johan Galtung. ... I would like to recommend Meaning and Representation in History for the library. Please include it in your next purchasing review with my strong recommendation. The RRP is: $135.00

  12. The 'Politics of Representation' in Post-Colonial Studies

    When used in the context of post-colonial studies, the term "politics of representation" refers to how colonisers and colonised peoples were depicted and understood, as well as how their relationship was interpreted. This includes examining power dynamics between the two groups, understanding the cultural and historical context for their ...

  13. Representation (arts)

    Representation is the use of signs that stand in for and take the place of something else. It is through representation that people organize the world and reality through the act of naming its elements. Signs are arranged in order to form semantic constructions and express relations.. Bust of Aristotle, Greek philosopher. For many philosophers, both ancient and modern, man is regarded as the ...

  14. Representation in Art

    II. Historical Perspectives on Representation in Art. Throughout history, representation in art has evolved and changed in response to cultural, societal, and technological advancements. In ancient civilizations, art was often used to depict religious or mythological stories, with a focus on realism and detail.

  15. Social Representation Theory: An Historical Outline

    They are the ways individuals think, interact with others, and shape social objects in their interaction with the local world.This text presents an outline of the history of social representation theory (SRT), using a four-period model: first, creation and incubation in France starting with Moscovici's first book; second, the opening to the ...

  16. REPRESENTATION definition

    REPRESENTATION meaning: 1. a person or organization that speaks, acts, or is present officially for someone else: 2. the…. Learn more.

  17. REPRESENTATION

    REPRESENTATION definition: 1. a person or organization that speaks, acts, or is present officially for someone else: 2. the…. Learn more.

  18. PR Library: A Brief History of Proportional Representation in the

    By Douglas J. Amy Department of Politics Mount Holyoke College. This piece is part of the Proportional Representation Library. (An earlier version of this article was previously published as "The Forgotten History of the Single Transferable Vote in the United States," in Representation 34, number 1 (Winter 1996/7).)The United States has always had a tradition of single-member district ...

  19. Representational Art: Definition and Guide

    Representational art is an artistic style in which the artist attempts to depict a representation of real-life subject matter, that is recognisable to the viewer. This is opposed to non-representational art, which does not depict subjects, objects or scenes from the real world. Art described as representational can be realistic, or less ...

  20. REPRESENTATION Definition & Meaning

    Representation definition: the act of representing.. See examples of REPRESENTATION used in a sentence.

  21. Meaning and Representation in History (Making Sense of History, 7)

    History has always been more than just the past. It involves a relationship between past and present, perceived, on the one hand, as a temporal chain of events and, on the other, symbolically as an interpretation that gives meaning to these events through varying cultural orientations, charging it with norms and values, hopes and fears.