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meaning-making

The efforts made by the friends and family of a person who died unexpectedly to understand the reason for that person’s death, especially if it was a suicide.
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Their research findings, which have grabbed media attention, confirm three decades of research documenting that meaning-making is the most versatile human capacity to reduce suffering and increase happiness.
Linguistic and gestural meaning-making through critical framing
Meaning-making assesses the process of constructing meaning without necessarily deferring to God as an authority figure (sample item: "The worship service helps me make sense of something in my life").
They argued that in less complex meaning-making stages, such as the Interpersonal Balance stage, an individual can be embedded in his or her career performance and may be defined by the career role.
Spirituality within a school environment is perhaps exhibited through their meaning-making activities (e.
Similarly, Melissa's meaning-making attempts during phonics literacy events became increasingly more complex.
The growth of the ordinary into something else, the appropriation of style and form to fit a need to express, the meaning-making that resonates with others continues in dance, but never for long without strong roots.
Science is thus one of the most important bases for meaning-making in today's world.