multivocal

multivocal

(ˌmʌltɪˈvəʊkəl)
adj
having many meanings
[C19: from Latin multus many + vocare to call; on the model of equivocal]
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Her multivocal installations have been toured globally.
In doing so, society misses a clear understanding of what truly exists-societies, which are multidimensional and multivocal, are fraught always with contradictions.
Diverging from most accounts of Revelation as a repository of Old Testament fragments, Fletcher reads it as a multivocal text resounding with a sense of the familiar, and engaging readers in a complex dialogue with past textual encounters.
Dahlberg, in the seventh paper entitled "A multivocal approach in the analysis of online dialogue in the language-focused classroom in higher education," proposed and evaluated a multivocal approach to analyzing online dialogue.
The result is multivocal and structurally experimental, and it includes tongue-in-cheek vocabulary definitions that can be read as thought fragments, as well as Brazilian journal articles and even poetry.
Crooked Kingdom offers not only a thoughtful, multivocal third-person narrative and a wonderfully diverse cast but also a richness in characterization matched only by the unique setting.
Nevertheless, I include here other remarks to end this introduction: if we accept the multivocal discourse in archaeological sites as the best interpretation, why should the archeologist as a scientist be the most important or essential professional in relation to other specialists in the interpretation context?
El autor, en un relato que recuerda desde muy lejos la perspectiva multivocal desplegada modernamente por Corneluis Ryano, Dominique Lapierre y Larry Collins en sus propias reconstrucciones narrativas, desgrana los tiempos, escenarios y protagonistas de una jornada guerrera que trascendio la defensa del palacio de gobierno, la casa presidencial de Tomas Moro y la circunferencia gris de la fabrica Indumet.
O periodo em questao, marcado por um feminismo cada vez mais multivocal, com agendas politicas diversas, por vezes, separadas, contrastantes e conflitivas, caminha para a construcao de uma identidade complexa do feminismo e sem perspectiva de unificacao.
Niell states in his introduction, the volume aims to provide new insights into how "visual classicisms in late colonial and early national Latin America appear as multivalent and multivocal phenomena driven by desires to impose imperial authority, to fashion the nationalist self, and to form and maintain new social and cultural ideologies" (xiv).
Finally, while the inclusion of historic and ethnographic data is one of the greatest strengths of the book, the sources of information are hidden in the reference section, so that without intentional searching, the reader does not know if information is based on archaeological study, interviews, or historical accounts, weakening the inclusive, multivocal intent.
A partir de ahi, con distintas perspectivas, disciplinas y metodologias, se construye una vision multivocal, poliedrica y multisituada de un nuevo campo de estudios: los Memory Studies o estudios sobre la memoria.