multivocal

multivocal

(ˌmʌltɪˈvəʊkəl)
adj
having many meanings
[C19: from Latin multus many + vocare to call; on the model of equivocal]
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She said: 'The Nunalleq Project, now in its tenth year, is a collaborative project between the University of Aberdeen and the Native Alaskan Village Corporation Qanirtuuq Inc., and the educational resource has been made in the same collaborative spirit; a multivocal resource co-designed by the researchers and the local Quinhagak community.
She said: "The Nunalleq Project, now in its tenth year, is a collaborative project between the University of Aberdeen and the Native Alaskan Village Corporation Qanirtuuq Inc., and the educational resource has been made in the same collaborative spirit; a multivocal resource co-designed by the researchers and the local Quinhagak community.
Findings reveal multivocal and divergent engagements in the sound editing process as well as multimodal struggles in which students leveraged sound to express nuanced views about racism, culture, and privilege.
To a certain degree, the collection achieves this goal as a golden thread running through the essays, binding them together, appears to be the theme of multivocal interpretation.
These medieval models of lyric figured lyric voice as at once individual and multivocal and lyric subjectivity as at once personal and communal, enabling Swinburne and Pound to advance the lyric beyond Romanticism's outmoded individual and universal lyric subject.
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.
Vacation is certainly impressive for its multivocal, multinational narrative bends, but even more so for the strangeness that Unferth applies to language, and to her off-kilter rendering of common concepts like airplanes, or relationships.