By emphasizing different stases through the use of different modes, writers are able to further engage their audience in creating comprehension.
In 2005, Morgan released " Stases ", a collection of drones based upon the backgrounds of his work for Kranky.
Jeanne Fahnestock and Marie Secor, professors at the University of Maryland and the Pennsylvania State University, labeled the fulfillment of these purposes " stases ".
The psalm comprises an entire Kathisma ( division of the Psalter ) in Orthodox stases ) with Praises ( Greek : " Enkomia " ) interspersed between each verse.
In her essay " Motherhood According to Giovanni Bellini " from " Desire in Language " ( 1980 ), Kristeva refers to the " chora " as a non-expressive totality formed by drives and their stases in a motility that is full of movement as it is regulated . She goes on to suggest that it is the mother's body that mediates between the " chora " and the symbolic realm : the mother has access to culture and meaning, yet also forms a totalizing bond with the child.