What set Joe magazine apart was its subversive use of humour, as well as its use of art and fiction as a narrative frame for cultural, social and political analysis.
With its unchecked sensationalism, high-voltage visual style and imaginatively subversive use of cyber-terror, "Strange Days" may reveal even more than it meant to about the future.
But Mr. Shanley makes subversive use of musty conventions (1:30).
But Mr. Shanley makes subversive use of musty theatrical conventions.
But the most important one-- at least, the one Starfleet is going to consider most important--is the "subversive" use of the device to toss back ships originating in another space.
Min Hogg, the editor in chief of The World of Interiors in London, brought to mind perhaps the most classic, subversive use of a patterned fabric: using its reverse.
China's leaders decided years ago to accept technologies even if they are capable of subversive uses: photocopiers and fax machines at first, and now laptops and text messaging.
As Francis states, "'The Women Men Don't See' is an outstanding example ... of the subversive use of genre fiction to produce an unconventional discursive position, the feminist subject".
Her only weapons are her aristocratic manners and her expertise, learned in a World War II Japanese prison camp, in "the subversive uses of charm."
Human beings can find subversive uses for things like computers and photocopy machines.