depth of engagement

depth of engagement

[′depth əv ‚en′gāj·mənt]
(design engineering)
The depth of contact, in a radial direction, between mating threads.
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The depth of engagement by participants of all ages in making their boats was incredible.
Leathers recognise that children always love to be one step ahead of the central character so she has included many clues to hold the attention and encourage a depth of engagement.
This competition is also intended to clarify the scope of the measures required and the balance of the required depth of engagement in the transformation.
The Security Council is a political body that needs to work toward political solutions, with all the breadth and depth of engagement that implies.
The report demonstrates the growth of the National Skills Academies reach and depth of engagement with key audiences.
But this depth of engagement is presented in such a way that it never impedes accessibility.
Mr Davies told Country & Farming: "What we are trying to do is ensure that the Welsh voice is heard and that it helps to shape the UK approach, to a depth of engagement that is far deeper and more profound than making a speech, or where you sit in the council.
Building upon the work of cultural critic Barbara Ching, who has argued that so-called "hard country" artists such as Merle Haggard, Williams, and others address the contradictions inherent in the construction of American identity, masculinity, and race (Wrong's What I Do Best: Hard Country Music and Contemporary Culture [New York: Oxford University Press, 2001]), Edwards proposes that Cash stands as a particularly rich site for the exploration of these contradictions because of "the depth of engagement he has with these themes in his work, the thoroughness with which he explores both sides of opposing forces--without collapsing familiar binaries .
It is, perhaps, petty to carp at lack of depth of engagement in something that describes itself as a booklet rather than as anything more extended or ambitious--especially one so extensively footnoted.
While this theory includes employees' concerns and communication, it doesn't provide the depth of engagement because it doesn't change middle management's and executive leadership's approach to the workplace.
Edited by Alexander Alberro, the book attests unequivocally to the artist's critical rigor, depth of engagement, and slyly subversive sense of humor.
Participating firms were selected on the basis of their depth of engagement with contemporary artistic culture and after a protracted three phase competition, Diller+Scofidio were awarded the commission.