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ideation

[‚id·ē′ā·shən]
(psychology)
Conceptualization of an idea.
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Grace's blog is showcased because, compared with the other corpus blogs, her use of tags displays the widest repertoire of textual and ideational resources for co-authorship.
In this context, Nasir and Cooks (2009) argue for the importance of "ideational resources" in developing and establishing one's identity within a particular learning space (p.
Mitchell and Schmitz, (37) examining transnational NGOs, link norms and resource-maximizing behavior through the concept of 'principled instrumentalism.' Robinson provides evidence that both ideational forces--the normative influence of NGOs--and material forces--a country's indebtedness to the World Bank--are associated with a wave of national adoption of population policies in Sub-Saharan Africa in the 1980s and 1990s.
The spiritual (ideal) supernatural beginning is the priority environment for ideational culture, and altruism, asceticism and mysticism play a priority role in it.
Keywords: Ideational Grammatical Metaphor, Rhetoric and Discourse analysis, Contextual Information
45) postulates that logical meaning is a part of ideational meanings which is devoted to the clause complex hence logical function occurs in a clause complex.
While the West as it had evolved over 500 years faced social disintegration and "catastrophic transition to a new culture," the human quest for order and meaning would prevail, leading away from the sensate to a yet indeterminate ideational society.
With the support of empirical evidence, San-Akca establishes that rebel groups and states are far more likely to choose one another based on the following independent variables: ideational contiguity, that is a common ideology between the rebel group and supporter state; a common adversary or "target state" particularly one with a history of conflict against the supporter state; relative strength of the target state; and domestic instability of the supporter state.
The first section of the review will examine the theme pertaining to how water security relates to the ideational value that physical structures have to governments as well as to rural populations.
Accordingly, the author identifies three main motives behind state support for rebel groups: strategic interests, ideational affinity, and domestic incentives.
The alternation between the two-dimensionality of drawing (First Ovals, 1958, or Untitled, 1963, for example) and the three-dimensionality of sculpture (Untitled [Chock Full O'Nuts], 1960, or Circle IV, 1962) not only gave a rhythmic sense to the exhibition, but also clearly revealed the equivalence between the way Smith viewed the finished work and his understanding of the ideational phases that preceded and followed.