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The emergence of the couple through song and dance rather than the kiss is key to understanding the conjugal field in Hindi cinema and its relation to the social. Although social differences such as class, race, or ethnicity might create complications for couple formation in Hollywood cinema, the couple, once constituted, is fully autonomous and able to walk out of these determining frameworks and into the sunset. Conjugality in Hindi film is not similarly vested. The couple formation is almost invariably the result of free choice-girl and boy meet and fall in love, often across social barriers such as class, ethnicity, and, less frequently, caste-but social and familial frameworks remain powerful determinants. Thus, the couple must either work toward familial (and patriarchal) acceptance or meet a tragic end. The interdiction on kissing might be viewed as formal trace of this ideological pressure. (1) Uncensored yet prohibited, the missing kiss serves as shorthand for the couple's thwarted sovereignty. However, the couple is not denied autonomy altogether. Rather, as I will argue, the sovereignty of the couple is given to us through song and dance, particularly the romantic duet. Although blamed for its mimetic deficit, the song and dance sequence nonetheless brings the couple into being. This performative consolidation of the couple should not be dismissed as merely escapist or compensatory. Such a reading would sell the song short, for the romantic duet does real...
In a way, this is because the culture and the common knowledge are not shared by the countries, generations and demography groups using the same English language. The difference cannot be resolved by the best efforts in consensus building, because the different views are valid for each group and a consensus cannot merge or unify the groups, and an amicable middle ground cannot be found because the assignment of 'Porsche' title cannot be split or weighted between the two articles. I would suspect similar issues exist between male and female, the rich and the poor, well-educated and not-so-well-educated, and between other demography groups. As none of these demography groups cannot be ignored as the Wikipedia reader base, this is not a target audience issue.May be the question of "When COMMONNAME varies according to the subject domain categorization (i.e. stand point of the Wikiproject for each domain)" should be added to this issue for those subjects and article titles that belong in two or more subject domains (e.g. Companies and Automobiles for the 'Porsche' example), and so I consider this issue to have a very wide scope, which might have caused many controversies in the past. 2b1af7f3a8