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He is best known for his analyses of media, contemporary culture, and technological communication, as well as his formulation of concepts such as simulation and hyperreality. He wrote about diverse subjects, including consumerism , gender relations , economics, social history , art, Western foreign policy , and popular culture. His work is frequently associated with postmodernism and specifically post-structuralism. Baudrillard was born in Reims , northeastern France, on 27 July His grandparents were peasant farm workers and his father a gendarme.

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This paper states out that marginality is not always the space of radical difference as a range of spatial theories underline, but also a hostile space that transforms the difference into a mechanism of exclusion. The spatial representations of Moldova, a conservative space with a particular mythology, expose a limitative oppressive space that alienates the people that fall out its canon.

The myths of periphery such as the glorious past, the social idyll or the organic community operate with mechanisms of power that constrain and fix according to a pre-existing image of space. Therefore, the periphery becomes the space of radical closure, excluding the difference in name of a marginal identity.

I examine two realities of this radical space: the place stereotype and the spaces of collection. While the first one forces the diversity of spatial practices to fit a unitary ideal image of space, the second type accumulates the variety of spatial representations but deprives them of any functionality. Her research interests include cultural studies, Romanian literary history, and theories on spatiality.

More specifically, her works examine different ways of representing marginality and the impact they have on the literary communities. Anderson, B. Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism.

Baudrillard, J. Cluj-Napoca: Echinox, Bhabha, H. The Location of Culture. Cernat, P. Foucault, M. Of Other Spaces Jay Miskowiec, trad. Diacritics, , 22— Girard, R. Malraux, A. Muzeul imaginar Ileana Cantuniari, trad. Manolescu, N. Mitchievici, A. Sadoveanu, M. Soja, E. Cambridge: Blackwell Publishers Inc. Teodoreanu, I. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work e.

Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online e. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Abstract This paper states out that marginality is not always the space of radical difference as a range of spatial theories underline, but also a hostile space that transforms the difference into a mechanism of exclusion.

References Anderson, B. Sibley, D. Geographies of Exclusion. How to Cite. Munteanu, M. Swedish Journal of Romanian Studies , 1 1 , Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms: a.

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This paper states out that marginality is not always the space of radical difference as a range of spatial theories underline, but also a hostile space that transforms the difference into a mechanism of exclusion. The spatial representations of Moldova, a conservative space with a particular mythology, expose a limitative oppressive space that alienates the people that fall out its canon. The myths of periphery such as the glorious past, the social idyll or the organic community operate with mechanisms of power that constrain and fix according to a pre-existing image of space. Therefore, the periphery becomes the space of radical closure, excluding the difference in name of a marginal identity. I examine two realities of this radical space: the place stereotype and the spaces of collection. While the first one forces the diversity of spatial practices to fit a unitary ideal image of space, the second type accumulates the variety of spatial representations but deprives them of any functionality.

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