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Social Sciences - Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc. / Mexico
|Spanish term or phrase: al otro significativo/de los otros significativos (noun)|
|Por ejemplo en el caso de X tener dominio del idioma ingles, hacer donativos, tener recursos y poseer estudios avanzados de historia o ciencias sociales; el uso de estos conocimientos delimita el grupo frente ***al otro significativo***, (la comunidad mexicana), y la excluye por no tener las características que definen quienes pueden ser miembros y quienes no. Esto, junto a lo visto en secciones anteriores sobre el uso de determinados métodos racionales, constituye una coraza que diferencia a los que pertenecen al grupos y ***de los otros significativos*** como el Estado mexicano y la comunidad mexicana.|
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|Sorry for the delay in grading! I never really got a decent response from the authors, and I ended up suggesting "the 'Other'" (big term in identity studies), but I also offered the options of "relevant groups" and "significant groups". I prefer relevant because depending on the perspective, I suppose every group is significant, but in this case, the government and the local community were relevant for the efforts being made to alleviate poverty... Thanks everyone!|
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other significant group(s)
No, it does not refer to "significant others", you have to plug in "group(s)" for it to make sense, you know how they omit those nouns.
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the other significant(s)
"significant" is used as a noun in English as well as an adjective, (just as "fundamental" is), in scientific, philosophical and psychological contexts, e.g.:
Cells and atoms cannot exchange cellular tokens, only atomic tokens; and therefore atoms cannot talk to cells at all, not mutually, although cells can "talk down" to atoms and atoms can "look up" to cells, and hence influence each other through asymmetrical influences known generally as upward and downward causation, which in AQAL metatheory refers to the complex relationships between fundamentals and ***significants***.
The proposed hypothesis, which is based on various elements (as study of nightmares in children, oniric life of pregnant or post-partum women, occurrence of nightmares in autistic children and counter-transferential drowsiness in the analyst) takes nightmares as a more or less complete failure of the primarization processes of primary ***significants***.
[i:5ae2e6bbb3]Have you, in a discussion with your other ***significant***, hit a nerve?[/i:5ae2e6bbb3] Have they? By this I mean, one party says something that they observe of the other, but that other is deeply hurt.
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