scandalisation


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Synonyms for scandalisation

the condition of being shocked (as by improper behavior)

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the act of scandalizing

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Throughout the book there is an analysis of the paths of distribution of suggestions for indignation and a reconstruction of the different phases of 'scandalisation'.
In order to make their problem interpretation heard and to evoke social response, they used discursive strategies such as problematisation, dramatisation and scandalisation of specific aspects of the biofuel topic.
a very fair characterization of Schelling's method, that is to say, of that audacious way of bluffing which Hegel himself copied, or rather aggravated, as soon as he realized that, if it reached its proper audience, it meant success." (3) Popper, in keeping with the Viennese modernist talent for cultural scandalisation directed his attention towards the deities of the Western philosophical tradition.
By doing this the reports avoid 'scandalisation' and instead focus on the PISA content that is either more modest or perceived as being more accurate from a national steering perspective.