It has already been proven that the most important consequence of this may be summed up as fragmentation (Eriksen, 2010; Bauman, 2005) or decontextualisation
Nous avons done degage, dans les ecrits scientifiques qui ont examine la TSD, des conditions didactiques qui apparaissent favorables a la decontextualisation
des connaissances mathematiques.
The willingness of their curators to foreground issues of reception, appropriation, decontextualisation
, and authenticity so forcefully within the monographic envelope re-energises the format and offers fresh strategies for the future.
La distillation, la decontextualisation
ou encore la deformation des droits autochtones font partie des risques inherents a la methodologie codeveloppee par Hadley Friedland et Val Napoleon, risques dont les chercheurs autochtones et non-autochtones et les Premieres nations, qui l'ont adoptee, sont certes conscients.
The performance of physicalising spirits entails a complex decontextualisation
process starting first with the images which the shaman sees in a state of shifted awareness.
Offering another definition from a different perspective, Maattanen and Westerlund (2001) explained that "the idea that the original context could be transferred into educational situation is based on one kind of decontextualisation
and in order to become knowledge the subject matter needs to be integrated into the students' life" (p.
The great museographic challenge is to prevent the decontextualisation
of pieces, bringing them to life and facilitating interaction with people while inviting surprise, reflection and enjoyment.
An elevating experience in human spirituality that can significantly enhance quality of life -- religion -- has become a source of regression and oppression through the monopolisation of interpretation and decontextualisation
of the text.
Acousmatic field recordings make use of this decontextualisation
to invite 'reduced listening', attending to the aesthetics of recorded sounds rather than trying to discern their sources (Chion, 1994).
Malterud indicates that decontextualisation
allows parts of what is being researched to be separated out and investigated closely (20).
metadata accuracy; compliance with the main import/export standards); Decontextualisation
of antiquities is a major problem, and museums play a prominent role in this process.