prestructure

prestructure

(priːˈstrʌktʃə)
vb
to structure in advance
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For example, parents might wish to prestructure their children's choices, giving them a voice but only among schools that the parent believes would be good options.
Other elements of the larger social-technical-cultural-institutional system that prestructure or normalize prevailing consumption patterns may be more deserving of attention.
21) reported that prestructure process showed a significant influence on magnetorheological effect.
Pour ce faire, nous avons utilise un guide d'entretien prestructure, decoupe en themes prealablement definis.
Derrida, when discoursing on differance, refers to protowriting; Bratich, when scrutinizing the constituent power, to prestructure.
That is quite different from data mining, Feldman says, which requires you to prestructure the database in order to get certain results from it--types of results that you probably already know you want.
Is it better for users to learn and engage in querying or have the program prestructure inquiries and resulting displays, hiding the complexity of visual querying?
Furthermore, the regulations aim at channelling conflicts between the various actors in the world of work and prestructure the solutions of such conflicts by prescribing certain standards, rights, obligations, etc.
Texts contain "intersubjectively verifiable instructions for meaning-production" (25), instructions that prestructure "the role to be assumed" by the reader: "The concept of the implied reader is therefore a textual structure anticipating the presence of a recipient without necessarily defining him" (34).
The ideals, espoused values, norms and verbal symbols developed by the founders and reproduced and refined by later generations of top managers in CCC prestructure the ways in which managers exercise influence.
Although it stresses that language makes a difference and that social relations are constructed, it leaves underdeveloped the concept of security formation that heavily prestructures the possibilities to "speak" differently through rarifying who can speak security, what security can be spoken about, how one should speak about security, and so on.
Actual responses are always unique and involve a dynamic exchange between text and reader: the text verbally prestructures possible responses, and the reader actualizes one or more of those potentials through an act of construction.