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reconceptualize

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  • verb To conceptualize afresh; to develop a replacement concept of something

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Examples

  • "We're trying to reconceptualize emergency response around resources that didn't exist five years ago," says Craig Fugate, director of the Federal Emergency Management Administration FEMA, a leading proponent of social media.

    Japan crisis showcases social media's muscle

  • We're trying to reconceptualize emergency response around resources that didn't exist five years ago, says Craig Fugate, director of the Federal Emergency Management Administration FEMA, a leading proponent of social media.

    Japan crisis showcases social media's muscle

  • For it may yet turn out that with the new Chinese leveage swaying minds, art history may yet be rewritten to reconceptualize the American Abstract Expressionists as in fact a very late, and often derivative branch, of classical Chinese painting.

    G. Roger Denson: China Takes Top Spot in Art Auction Sales Away From the US & UK -- What It Means for Global Culture

  • For it may yet turn out that with the new Chinese leveage swaying minds, art history may yet be rewritten to reconceptualize the American Abstract Expressionists as in fact a very late, and often derivative branch, of classical Chinese painting.

    G. Roger Denson: China Takes Top Spot in Art Auction Sales Away From the US & UK -- What It Means for Global Culture

  • We're trying to reconceptualize emergency response around resources that didn't exist five years ago, says Craig Fugate, director of the Federal Emergency Management Administration FEMA, a leading proponent of social media.

    Japan crisis showcases social media's muscle

  • From my very first session at my very first IASL conference, I was challenged to reconceptualize the place and role of school libraries.

    October 2008

  • We would need to reconceptualize ourselves as “stunt-intellectuals,” the ones who are called upon when the other intellectuals refuse to jump off the bridge.

    Research and Teaching

  • We would need to reconceptualize ourselves as “stunt-intellectuals,” the ones who are called upon when the other intellectuals refuse to jump off the bridge.

    September « 2008 « Bill Ayers

  • People have these different mental buckets for these things and if we could get people to think of it as a single seamless quest, that makes a lot of sense to reconceptualize it that way.

    An Unorthodox Take on Philanthropy

  • From my very first session at my very first IASL conference, I was challenged to reconceptualize the place and role of school libraries.

    2008 IASL Conference -1

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