Problematize

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Prob´lem`a`tize


v. t.1.To propose problems.
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The problematisation of discursive spaces where queer subjectivities can be fully developed leads Jackie Cuevas in "Imagining Queer Chican@s in the Post-Borderlands" to establish an epistemological distinction between the Chicana tradition of the 1980s, on the one hand, and Lemus, on the other, concluding that in the latter's work, it is "genderqueerness that becomes the next borderlands of Chican@ identity to be crossed, entered, negotiated, constructed, interrogated, and imagined" (2013, n.p.).
La problematisation sociale des musulmans est aussi visible dans differentes etudes et sondages d'opinion (9).
124)); novelty ('problematisation, adding to existing knowledge, developing new knowledge' (Haller, Courvoisier & Cropley, 2011, p.
Sur la problematisation et la connaissance comme puissance de vie, voir l'article interessant de Gama Barbosa, 2015.
Instead, the author hibernates in problematisation. Thus, it will be best to refer to this book project as a collection of popular essays than anything else.
(4) I would argue, however, that the process of problematisation needs to go beyond the question of context.
Ce modele, aussi nomme sociologie de la traduction, se decline en quatre temps, soit la problematisation, l'interessement, l'enrolement des acteurs et la mobilisation.
Ce chapitre constitue, a la fois, une problematisation de l'urbanisation croissante ainsi qu'un manifeste pour promouvoir la participation citoyenne et la concretisation d'alternatives pour democratiser et politiser l'echelle municipale.
Symbolic misery results from the problematisation of sensibility that commenced in the early twentieth century.
Les demarches, dans maints contextes, semblent souvent n'etre contraintes que par l'exercice de la problematisation et par une necessite de coherence et de pertinence.
* Question four involves an identification of the silences within the text, a process that enables analysts to explore alternate understandings of the problem, and identify who is and who is not represented in the problematisation.