Did you maybe mean contextualization?
- n. The process or result of recontextualizing.
“The last pages of The Affirmation do not provide the sort of shock the last pages of The Glamour do, because the kind of recontextualization of the narrative that these pages offer is easy enough to predict.”
“Charlesworth's evocative visual isolation and recontextualization of pictorial metaphors, some in associative groups, draw attention to the homosocial features of engendered and engendering language, like features of the Romance languages of Europe which assign all nouns and modify every adjective with gender.”
“When it comes to monster movies, novelty is not the be-all end-all; there is always room for a splashy new death or a witty recontextualization, but there are benefits to sticking to the formula.”
“For the benefit of those wishing to base their future joke-telling on sound scientific principles, the remaining patterns are division, completion, translation, applicative and qualitative recontextualization, and opposition.”
“But in terms of mapping homosocialities, Yuskavage's fusing of the hetero-male and lesbian homosocial erotic iconographies gives her paintings the allure of women's empowerment derived from their seizure, repackaging, and recontextualization of the male pin-up and art history Fragonard, Boucher, Tolouse-Lautrec.”
“Standouts include Sharon Hayes 'gay rights rally installation with helium balloons, Deville Cohen's theatrical recontextualization of the soul-crushing office grind, and Dani Leventhal's painful footage of a baby's face as it shifts between crying and screaming.”
“In the end, I'd have to say Johns sets the stage for new readers as well as anyone could realistically hope for, then does a truly terrific job of making it possible for them to catch up through his dramatization, recontextualization, and occasionally just exposition of necessary backstory.”
“The second sentence is rather humorous because of the change in tone, the recontextualization of the exclamation from something apparently extraordinary to something routine.”
“And as for the overuse of 60s anthems, "maybe there's a difference between recontextualization and uncontextualization.”
“My eyes are bad and I misread ‘recontextualization’.”
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