To a strict constructionist
, therefore, the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is limited to those weapons defined by the word "arms" at the time the framers wrote the word.
It is based on a constructionist
epistemology that presents learners with authentic and rich but incompletely defined scenarios, mirroring science in the real world.
But in the Torre de Manila and the Marcos burial cases, the Court became strictly constructionist
From a constructionist
perspective, the therapy is described as a dialogical process in which all participants (therapist and clients) engage in the joint construction of meanings, setting the limits and possibilities of the participants' actions, relations and creation of meanings (McNamee & Gergen, 1992).
The camp fostered constructionist
, immersive learning with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM), and was hence called the STEAM Camp.
Floridi takes a tripartite approach to building his ethical framework, aiming at a metatheoretical, an introductory, and a constructionist
This contribution adds to a constructivist and social constructionist
view by considering how interwoven human meaning has become with aspects of a more than human world.
Finally, Camus, Munoz Sastre, Sorum and Mullet (2013), using the methodological framework of Information Integration theory (Anderson, 2008), showed that three of Goode's (1998) theoretical positions can be empirically found in a sample of French adults: (a) the cultural conservative position, which was endorsed by 26% of their sample, (b) the progressive advocates of legalization position (42% of the sample), and (c) the radical constructionist
position (32% of the sample).
As a constructionist
historian Marx coins the term the 'Asiatic Mode of Production' in Grundrisse to characterize Asiatic society as being stagnant and passive.
Jost and Kruglanski, 2002) A social constructionist
method stimulates innovation.
Emergence and Evolution of Social Constructionist
Ideas: A Conversation with Sheila McNamee
White privilege: Multiculturalist and Social Constructionist
Approaches to Race For historical reasons, being white has provided advantages that are rooted in the oppression of non-whites.