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v. t.1.To propose problems.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To further problematise the situation, while the Police Order 2002 was still being experimented, the provincial governments of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Sindh put an end to the federal character of policing by enacting new provincial police laws while Islamabad Police operates under the Police Act 1861.
The sheer range of these trends problematise the taken-for-granted homogeneity of 'youth' voters.
He believes his task as a writer is to problematise things--question fixed identities; describe ambivalences; and avoid shallow, simplistic tags.
L'accompagnateur problematise pour que l'accompagne lui-meme problematise en creant un << decalage optimal >> entre ce que l'accompagne sait et ce qu'il ne sait pas encore.
This article will analyse the ways in which these three plays question existing notions of home, dissect the semantic structure of the concept and problematise the possibility of its physical representation, especially within the context of the transforming political landscapes both on the domestic level (devolution) and in more international terms (accelerated globalisation).
It seeks to problematise representations of migrants as 'bad' immigrants--job stealers, benefit scrounges, girlfriend-thieves, refugees--until a crossover in consciousness occurs--through popular culture, winning races or being role models--that can transform them into 'good' immigrants.
The final essay in this section, Kristine Steenbergh's 'Gendering Revenge in The Spanish Tragedy', offers a coherent and convincing argument that The Spanish Tragedy 'employs gender strategies to problematise the theatrical performance of vengefulness' (53).
This is 'Marketing Live Music' by Daragh O'Reilly, Gretchen Larsen, and Krzysztof Kubacki, which explores approaches to, and definitions of, marketing around events - but without really exploring the agendas of those attempting to define marketing, in their attempts to problematise it.
For, while there are good reasons to problematise the traditional preservationist discourse, an interventionist discourse deserves the same scrutiny (Keulartz 2012).
Sweeney looks at the reception of Aristotle's Posterior Analytics by Grosseteste and Roger Bacon whose move to privilege scientific knowledge, and thereby implicitly problematise other forms, was resisted by the Summa fratris Alexandri and William of Auvergne's championing of faith as the only possible certainty.