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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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In Native rhetorical studies and American Indian studies authors/scholars/storytellers have sought to show there is no dividing line between Indigenous meaning-making systems (i.
Regarding the relationship between meaning-making and KM, the data-information-knowledge-wisdom (DIKW) hierarchy provides supporting arguments.
This requires the introduction of explicit metalanguages, which describe and interpret the techno-linguistic elements and their different modes of meaning making Critical framing interpreting the socio-cultural context of particular meanings in a second language by having students stand back from their techno-linguistic studies and viewing these critically in relation to the local/global context Transformed practice transfer in meaning-making practice, which puts the transformed meaning to work in other contexts or cultural sites
With the discourse of meaning-making, alternative pedagogies emerge--pedagogies that allow children and educators to co-construct knowledge and to resist dominant understandings that have become normalised.
Belonging, meaning-making, and a community-based worldview are important to the socialization of youth but the firm establishment of youth within religious communities most likely requires behavioral engagement or contribution on the part of the youth.
Career interventions centered in the meaning-making stage (Kegan, 1982, 1994) of the client are most appropriate for this purpose.
The work of teaching and learning as a meaning-making venture is desired by teachers; however, the terrain of such ventures is foreign and/or only an occasional encounter.
Spirituality within a school environment is perhaps exhibited through their meaning-making activities (e.
In reading, Melissa made use of similar meaning-making strategies and emerged as a strategic reader who orchestrates a variety of cueing systems.
Science is thus one of the most important bases for meaning-making in today's world.
Here, he discuses the teacher's practices and approaches in terms of applying critical theories and explores how discourses played a role in the teacher's and students' meaning-making from texts, videos, discussions, actions, and the world.
The authors explain five processing modes that facilitate new meaning making and self-narrative change, how therapists use them with clients toward the goals of empathic attunement and changing narratives, common problem and meaning-making markers and strategies for intervention, and case studies applying the model to clients with depression and emotional trauma.