decontextualized

decontextualized

(ˌdiːkənˈtɛkstjʊəlaɪzd) or

decontextualised

adj
removed from the usual context
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'He sings many ancient and beautiful love songs.' A good chunk of our global culture-misquoted, revered, decontextualized and misquoted again, then served up for an entirely new audience-is, for better or worse, now in the hands of a generation of Kimberly Tengs in many lands.
A good chunk of our global culture -- misquoted, revered, decontextualized and misquoted again, then served up for an entirely new audience -- is, for better or worse, now in the hands of a generation of Kimberly Tengs in many lands.
The content is typical for this genre: a decontextualized eight-second snippet of Lapid saying "uh" in between words, like countless other interviewees, designed to underscore Netanyahu's own communications credentials.
In the process of mis-covering the ongoing protests, outlets have decontextualized the Yellow Vest movement from its roots in opposing technocratic rule by elites perceived to be far-removed from the realities of the policies they push on the populations they govern.
And we have removed all but the most permeable of barriers to their early exposure to explicit, decontextualized violence and sex.
"The image is decontextualized, intense and demanding of attention," the Mina Image Center notes on its website.
President Duterte has doubled down on his attacks on the Church: Aside from his decontextualized criticism of the Church's history of sexual abuse and his speculative accusations against courageous clergy, he has also taken to inciting violence against bishops and undermining Catholic doctrine.
The decontextualized, grainy videos offer little in terms of actual documentation of time, place or history but are connected to a number of forms that come together to create a synchronous rhythm.
"The whole point of Hybrid War is to exacerbate preexisting or potential fault lines within a targeted state's society by manipulating its people and getting them to clash with the authorities, after which the engagement can be decontextualized, misportrayed, and over-amplified through Mainstream and Alternative Medias (both foreign and domestic) in order to incite more disturbances inside the country and trigger an international reaction that might lead to unilateral or multilateral sanctions.
Rush the Fourth Department supported the contention that use of the identifying information was enough to convict.<br />"We now reject defendants' decontextualized interpretation of the statutory language and conclude that the law defines the use of personal identifying information of another as one of the express means by which a defendant assumes that person's identity," Judge Jenny Rivera wrote for the majority.<br />Judge Rowan D.
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.