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ideation

[‚id·ē′ā·shən]
(psychology)
Conceptualization of an idea.
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Ideationally, too, we would need to acknowledge ideas behind ideas of the university.
In line with Shiffman's concern, the research suggested that PBF has become ideationally structured in such a way that it represents "the only game in town" and thus closes off other potentially more suitable modalities for delivering funding.
Only by reorienting ourselves ideationally and materially would we be able to respond properly to global challenges.
In this paper, by opportunity spaces, I imply two things: first, global opportunities, which arose due to shrinking of state control and regulation, and which enabled transnational social movements to diffuse institutionally; second, global networks and resources, which upkeep social movements both ideationally and materially.
But China has not supported Ethiopia only ideationally and indirectly.
36) The construction of war around gendered protection, however, is often unrelated to the provision of actual protection, given that "when feminists argue that 'men' protect 'women' in war, they mean that 'masculinity' protects 'femininity' ideationally, whether or not men (or anyone else) protect women (or anyone else) in real material terms.
Lower" (which could, at the time, be a variant spelling of "lover") (23) seems almost to mirror "loving" (especially on the page, where the latter word would appear as "louing"), and "loving," in turn, seems ideationally similar to "like-lihood" (with which, finally, it has little to do).
Ideationally constructing the nation and its cultural attributes provided thus guidance for differences realms of activity, such as politics, economics, arts, literature, philosophy, and science, thus serving as an element of socio-cultural integration.
I often feel miserable that my growing awareness of India's polity and public life owed not a little to this inspirational lyric, but what most Indians reading it today are sure to feel as miserable as those in whose memory it still rings ideationally true.