Noticing can happen in a number of ways, but basically implies decontextualization
, whereby attention is given to a lexical item as part of the language rather than part of the message; retrieval is when a learner needs to express the meaning of a certain item and is obliged to retrieve its spoken or written form; and generation implies the production of the item in new ways and/or new contexts.
The first group (assessed risk event with a high level of abstraction) read a description of a fictitious disease in terms of pathology, etiology, and mode of transmission, written from the perspective of abstraction and decontextualization
Meta-textual level active in those art games is pointing at the difference between two arbitrary related sphere--acting according to an algorithm and acting according to a story, or in other words between contextualization and decontextualization
, dialectics between an algorithm and a narrative.
Below, I will focus on that murder in order to foreground a discussion of contextualization and decontextualization
in human rights reporting.
Aristotle's formal logic and Hegel's dialectical logic) beyond their limitations of decontextualization
and dualism" (Li, 2012a, p.
However, in this article on Turner's work, Antoon does not find it convincing to celebrate translation simply because it offers the perspective of "the other", as he argues that the decontextualization
, the erasure of Iraqis from even the cover of Turner's text, cannot be seen as bridge-building work.
The monograph never comprehensively describes or compares the programmes of daily practice, meditative techniques and instructional strategies pursued in conventional as opposed to international meditation retreats in Thailand, and so the full dynamics of decontextualization
and reinterpretation that it would analyse are sometimes difficult to discern.
Through enlargement, repetition, repositioning, blurring, and fragmentation, the erased word or image gives rise to a continuous process of alienation, decontextualization
, and subversion of communicative codes.
Often such an appropriation occurs simply through the use of street language, contradiction, paradox, or decontextualization
, as when the geological term "cycle" is thrown out of its epochal scale through personification: "Cycles ferried my cradle rowing and rowing like cheerful boatmen.
The study's descriptive focus and textual approach at times runs the risk of decontextualization
where period- specific nuances get lost in favor of teleological certainties.
These become disadvantaged with the lack of adequate theoretical and practical training, outdated these professionals and decontextualization
of education within the current healthcare system in the country, as the professional autonomy is the result of the expression of scientific knowledge.
Salient criticisms of classroom-only language learning include decontextualization
of the learning material and processes, and the lack of autonomous learning and authentic social interactions.