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Contextual

Any doctrine emphasizing the importance of the context in establishing the meaning of terms, such as the setting into which a building is placed, its site, its natural environment, or its neighborhood.
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That is, situational social factors influence the situational motivation people experience on a daily basis, which, by means of the recursive effect, brings about changes in their contextual motivation.
We are extremely happy to be part of Idea's success of campaigns which provide contextual relevance to its users.
Learning a conditional discrimination with a purported contextual stimulus does not guarantee that these stimuli are contextual stimuli.
Chris Budden's and Jenny Te Paa's essays in part 2 of the volume explore contextual theology from an Australian or Oceanian perspective, giving North American readers a glimpse of a theological world with which few of them are likely to be familiar.
Utilizing contextual search, Google Now provides information based on location, and by accessing calendar entries and travel confirmation messages in Gmail accounts.
Within this variety, it is clear that some positions presented on the topic of contextual theology are be in contention with others.
The researchers used logistic regression analyses that controlled for gender, race and ethnicity to determine whether these contextual factors were associated with prevalent STD (determined by urine testing) and with diagnosis of an STD (gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, syphilis, genital herpes, genital human papillomavirus or genital warts) in the past year.
content management of video content libraries with easy search and retrieval; multimodal content search with speech recognition, language processing, and contextual analysis.
It also includes a zoning analysis of a hypothetical "mixed" building with residential and community facility uses; comparisons of the contextual and non-contextual (or "height factor") zoning options available in the city's moderate-density districts and; an expanded glossary with illustrated plain-English definitions of more than 150 terms from Attic allowance to Zero lot line building.
Information is presented on awareness and identity as foundational principles of multicultural practice, intercultural communication as contexts for mindful achievement, working from within as contextual mental health and organizational competence, and a contextual approach to assessment.
The study identified six elements of the transformational learning process in international service-learning: contextual border crossing, dissonance, personalizing, processing, and connecting.
The greatest weakness of this otherwise admirable book is a lack of attention to the contextual side of the work, which may simply be due to lack of space for site plans and descriptions.