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the meaning or significance of a poem, painting, or other work of art, as distinguished from its style or form

content

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Assessment of the latent content revealed that the images on the webpages often included non-farming adults, positive food products, and fields.
This idea is supported by a footnote added in 1925 to 'The Interpretation of Dreams', where Freud (1900/1981) wrote that readers 'seek to find the essence of dreams in their latent content and in so doing they overlook the distinction between the latent dream-thoughts and the dream-work' (p 506n).
The researchers completed their latent content analysis by contextualizing gender in three additional textbook items: (a) all references to historical figures, (b) the textbook chapters devoted to issues of sexism and feminist practice, and (c) index references to topics related to the general area of gender and sex: "women," "men," "sexism," "feminism," "mothers," "fathers," and "gender.
The protocol was a rubric or coding frame based on Holbrook and Koenig's (2000) model, which focuses on manifest and latent content.
The theoretical coding technique, used in constructivist grounded theory, enables the analyst to find themes in the latent content by comparing the deeper meanings to discover participants' unified understandings and intentions across several categories (Charmaz, 2006).
For our latent content analysis, we measured the quality and depth of the textbooks' treatment of the first ladies and categorized each book as giving first ladies minimum, moderate, or maximum coverage.
Seraph's latent content communicates its author's true meanings.
The author does not dismiss or ignore previously written formalist treatments of Hitchcock, but concerns himself primarily with the latent content of his films and the relationship of those films to one another.
To see the latent content, the addressee must "grab" the message from the beaming crowd as he would a pluck a point of light from a summer cloud of fireflies.
Foregrounding the latent content of Minimalism's pristine forms, his soft, mobile rectangles brought art to "life" only to underscore the gallery's funereal aura.