In summarizing the insights gained from this qualitative analysis, a close textual analysis of the lexical choices and use of synonymy shown in a case study essay reveal patterns indicative of the student's ability to create an interpretable and summarizable
body of semantic coherence.
No subtle or summarizable
'essence' of femininity unites the work of Louise Bourgeois, Jenny Holzer, and Marina Abramovic.
Second, it was easily summarizable
in one sentence: A world-class musician plays in the subway and nobody notices.
It is obliged not to offer a clearcut summarizable
account of something but to write on the reader's consciousness a mental-visceral signature of its own, that resembles the "aha
For all of its language play, the novel was still summarizable
according to a human subject: just as the scenes in Histoire can be read as a series of one man's memories and experiences, those of Les Corps conducteurs can be interpreted as a non-sequential inventory of the haUucinations and memories of a man suffering from bodily illness.
In education now, one often finds that students have become 'clients' or 'customers' and courses 'products', as if the complex and not easily summarizable
process of mental modification which is education could be illuminated by assimilation to the simple and undemanding activity of consumption.