Seriality

A seriality is a social construct which differs from a mere group of individuals. Serialities take the form of labels which are either imposed onto persons or voluntarily adopted by them. A seriality can be `unbound` and self-identified, for example workers, patriots, or anarchists, or `bound` and identified by authority census and elections, ...
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Seriality

• (n.) The quality or state of succession in a series; sequence.
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Seriality

[gender studies] Seriality or serial collectivity is a term that feminist scholar Iris Marion Young used to describe a reconceptualization of the category of woman in her 1994 essay Gender as Seriality. Young borrows the concept of seriality from Sartre`s Critique of Dialectical Reason, where he originally developed the idea to describe the...
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Seriality

Se`ri·al'i·ty noun The quality or state of succession in a series; sequence. H. Spenser.
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