decontextualized

decontextualized

(ˌdiːkənˈtɛkstjʊəlaɪzd) or

decontextualised

adj
removed from the usual context
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Although she maintained anatomical accuracy in her depictions of the flowers, Brown replaced the decontextualized and stark white background that became standard in the European practice of scientific illustration with dreamy, often dark, contextual scenery.
Veit Laurent Kurz's paintings Torn up in Tatters #1 (Herba-4 Series) and Fear and Impatience (Herba-4 Series), both 2016, were decontextualized appropriations of found images documenting scenes of social interaction.
Again, the scholar's final comment does not prove greatly perspicuous: "Sancroft's decontextualized excerpt leaves the interpretation of this poem more open than in the play" (174).
A violent regime change forces him out of the country, bearing only a few decontextualized relics.
In particular, he explores how archival documentary film, especially decontextualized clips, are incorporated into digital media to portray the past.
What I saw at the time was a disconnected, decontextualized feminism that didn't resonate with me.
Should we take it for granted that the West knows well the difference between Islam as a religion of peace, love and respect and the terrorist version of of decontextualized, distorted and skewed interpretation of Islamic scriptures?
A majority of the panel thought the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History is "a natural choice for relocation" because it could "place the statues in appropriate historical and educational contexts, rather than leaving the statues decontextualized but holding a prominent place of honor on campus," the report said.
If we want grading reform, we must teach to contexts, making meaning with students, and this meaning making is built through familiar interactions, not repetitious measurement and decontextualized goals.
At worst, the pic is offensively crass: It opens with decontextualized shots of the August 2013 civil riots in Cairo's Ramses Square.
Using computer software to transform and alter the structure of the original comic book drawings, Nieto proceeds to make oil paintings based on the new decontextualized imagery.
It engages students through evolving clinical stories of patient encounters (scenarios) that focus students on the process of thinking, as opposed to the process of learning factual knowledge in a decontextualized setting.