The notions of “hybridization” have been discussed alongside the emergence of newer cultural forms. These are found to stem from the multiculturalism. These have been explored by the author. There is a deep intertwined theory that causes the people to act or develop ideologies in a third space. In this the cultural influences of the person, the nuanced understanding of the cultural mimicry has been detailed by Bhabha. This is interesting and also enlightening. A more comprehensive analysis is done in the book about the notions of culture.
In this schema, the notions of colonialism are considered to be something of the part. The tenets of ambivalence are considered to have a sense of opposing perceptions and dimensions. Bhabha claims that these are a hybrid of the cultural identity that is subjective and is amalgamated with the colonizer’s cultural identity. There are two dimension of colonial discourse. This is a combination of the invention and the mastery. In the arguments and ideologies that were proposed by Bhabha, there is a discussion of the cultural differences and diversity. The culture is considered to be a part of the “empirical knowledge”. These are found to have led to the formation of the stereotypes in society. These stereotypes have lead the people to assume that certain people from a particular background would act in a similar manner. The notion of hybridity is Colonial mimicry (Bhabha, 2012). The people are found to mimic the culture of the colonizer. In this schema, the people imitate their colonizer nevertheless do not embrace the culture completely (Bhabha, 2010). There is discussion of the double vision. Ultimately, there is the development of an ambiguous areas where the individuals from many cultures fuse into a place and interact with each other. There are deep cultural influences that are entrenched in these spaces.
The ambiguity that is found in the nuances of cultural impact has been further discussed in these analogies. The individuals are influenced by a number of micro and macro environmental factors. There is innate stereotyping and cultural mimicry that is espoused between the people. It also has an unique perspective on the basic conversations of the individuals in the society. There is also infusion of a number of other theories related to the post colonialism in the theories that are constructed by Homi Bhabaa.