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recontextualising

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of recontextualise.

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Examples

  • Every new articulation puts the words it uses into a new context, creates a whole that is more than the sum of its parts by recontextualising every element within it.

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  • This is where Meltdown's powers lie: in recontextualising artists.

    Meltdown round-up – review

  • Every new articulation puts the words it uses into a new context, creates a whole that is more than the sum of its parts by recontextualising every element within it.

    Creative Control - Part 4

  • This is where Meltdown's powers lie: in recontextualising artists.

    Meltdown round-up – review

  • By doing so they, wittingly or unwittingly, practise a form of detournement…In this case, recontextualising an argument to their favor by using linguistic sleight of hand.

    Firedoglake » Fiscal Irresponsibility Claims Another Victim – Everyone

  • However, as an audience, being bombarded with obvious images only confirmed what we already believed to be true instead of challenging us into reconsidering and recontextualising the nature of violence.

    Bangkokpost.com : Breaking News

  • Spector does Pratte a huge disservice by implying his editorial is representative of opinion - Pratte's whole value is that he thinks for himself and tries to put things in context, which often, as everywhere but maybe particularly in QC, means recontextualising that which has been de - or mis-contextualised.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • I don’t know about, or wish to marginalize anyone else but style and originality says a lot in this medium…And those posters, with their stilted recontextualising of PRP’s racket….

    Firedoglake » Oh Yeah, I Got Yer Rabid on the Right…

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