Externalize


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Externalize

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Astrological influences are often thought of as affecting the inner side of life first (e.g., emotionally or mentally) and then manifesting as an event in the outer world. The term externalize is often used to describe this outward manifestation.

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When I began to approach life in the community as research, recording incidents and observations, I began as well to try to externalize and write down the meanings I assigned to these events.
The second example describes an interview study with Israeli Arab and Jewish educators, and the author's attempts to externalize and examine her own feelings, values and opinions in order to achieve greater objectivity and stronger internal validity.
This is certainly true, but in order to ascribe proper meanings to the attitudes or habits of those in a "strange" culture, the researcher must externalize and evaluate her own attitudes and habits.
In the end, the way the researcher interprets and presents her carefully collected data is dependent also on who she is, what she values and the extent to which she is willing to externalize and critique her intuitive understandings.
Mapping the influences is a questioning process aimed at helping clients identify and increase the experience of the problem's effects and thereby help to further externalize the problem (M.
Next, a case is presented to illustrate the clinical application of using puppets with children to externalize the problem.
This article presents a clinical application for using puppets with children in narrative therapy to externalize the problem.
Metalogix StoragePoint externalizes the SharePoint BLOBs to a file system on EMC VNX unified storage for significant improvement in primary storage utilization without any performance loss.
ProductAuthority's "pure" product configurator externalizes all product data and rules from multiple, hard-coded operational systems into a central repository where business users can build and modify their own products.