from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make into or regard as a problem.
- v. To consider something as if it were a problem.
- v. To propose problems.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To propose problems.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To propose problems.
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So think of that the next time you want to use the word problematize, friends.
I hope the finished book will explain the value of its contributors 'attempts to "problematize" in "cognate disciplines."
The agenda of Ms. Venkatesan's seminar, then, was to "problematize" technology and the life sciences.
If I read the word "problematize" one more time I'm going to vomit....
If you like reading about literature, can ignore the frequent use of the ugly word "problematize", and aren't fanatically wedded to one theoretical approach, the book can be addictive.
He wants to 'problematize' intervention at 'elite' levels.
People who use the word "problematize" should never write again.
The collection is aimed at a broader audience than is the case for many scholarly collections, and seeks to make visible or problematize the use of historical contexts or events within the series.
At the same time, a lot of work has come from different angles to problematize the precision of the presidential/parliamentary dichotomy.
But I think we can problematize our hypothesis and give it even more explanatory power.