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ideation

[‚id·ē′ā·shən]
(psychology)
Conceptualization of an idea.
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H3: Europeanization impacts on national elite's ideas, identities, interests, and foreign policy choices (through ideational learning).
Ideologues in this environment may not be able to offer action plans consistent with regime commitments but their absolutism and dogmatism should lead them to rise to the defense of the ideational underpinnings of the crumbling regime.
On the one hand, it is carried by the ideational and interpersonal metafunctions, since it is ideational and interpersonal resources together that make it possible to create a larger stretch of discourse.
These analyses fall into three broad categories: normative and ideational explanations, offered by Michael Barnett and Roland Paris; incrementalist and rationalist models of organizational decisionmaking, presented by Christopher Daase and Anna Fosdick; and Peter Viggo Jakobsen's explanation in terms of globalization pressures.
Second are ideational explanations, which emphasize the influence of changes in the spread of new ideas, particularly Western family ideals related to marriage and childbearing.
The extreme case, theory, impoverishes the ability to appreciate sensory effects both in Shakespeare's own language and in what is represented by the language, privileging the ideational over the more primary affect.
There are a clarity and cleanness to his craftsmanship which heighten the ideational projection the image sprays at us.
The exact same utterance has both different ideational and interpersonal meaning depending on the context.
Clearly, the lines on this remaining fragment offer only a partial view of the original engraved pattern, making it difficult to establish the level of gestural and ideational complexity intended or achieved by the engraver.
Note should be taken here, however, that the collection under review does much more than focus on the ideational formulations about the Palestinian Landscape which exclude Palestinians, their history, culture and social life, and which are used to confirm and justify Western/Zionist attitudes, actions and claims in Palestine.
Given Keith's focus on the construction of ideational power structures, this section is crucial to his overall argument.
A work can be a new synthesis of knowledge that consists of ideational content (i.