deconstruct the myths that people have about the city.
deconstruct the notion of " learning how to learn "?
deconstruct the concept of the (legal) subject.
deconstruct media texts, how to plan, produce and evaluate a range of media texts.
deconstruct those images ' identifiers into bits of associations.
deconstruct the way I work.
then deconstruct the marked up document into a series of element definitions in a separate file.
Even postmodernism, which is supposed to playfully deconstruct or reassemble the elements of the past, has frequently been reduced to a method.
As part of a theater company embodying questions about life weÃ¢d deconstruct long held ideas through physical theater.
deconstruct what we have done previously.
Or else, equally ironically, we are deconstructing that which neoliberalism is itself already attempting to deconstruct in even more radical ways.
Biodegradable products are available in a number of materials that use different technologies to deconstruct them for faster and easier integration into surrounding ecosystems.
Photo Sensitive Materials: This technology is designed to break down plastics, photo-sensitive biodegradables deconstruct when exposed to ultraviolet light.
Part of what we do at the writing workshops is have girls learn to deconstruct these messages.
Teleporters that deconstruct us (disassemble & reassemble) I think not likely.
Tolerance.org: Here you can learn how to respond to bigoted comments, and find resources to intelligently deconstruct all ignorant arguments of bigotry and intolerance online.
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