Constructionism


Constructionism

Constructionism may refer to


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  • constructionism — noun a) A strict interpretation of the actual words and phrases used in law, rather to any underlying intent b) The idea that people learn about, or perceive the world by constructing mental models See Also: constructionist …   Wiktionary

  • constructionism — noun another term for constructivism …   English new terms dictionary

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  • Social constructionism — and social constructivism are sociological and psychological theories of knowledge that consider how social phenomena develop in particular social contexts. Within constructionist thought, a social construction (social construct) is a concept or… …   Wikipedia

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  • Strict constructionism — refers to a particular legal philosophy of judicial interpretation that limits or restricts judicial interpretation. In the United States the phrase is also commonly used more loosely as a generic term for conservativism among the judiciary.… …   Wikipedia