- A process of formal study of writings, removing texts from their context thus rendering them coherent, effective and memorable.
- 1996: H S Pyper, David As Reader: 2 Samuel 12:1-15 and the Poetics of Fatherhood
- :It is in the of the perlocutionary aspect of his reaction to the woman's speeches that we will find the answer.
- 2000: Hugh R. Trappes-Lomax (editor), Change and Continuity in Applied Linguistics
- :The key words here are , transposition and recontextualisation.
- 2005: David F. Ford, Ben Quash, Janet Martin Soskice (editors), Fields of Faith: Theology and Religious Studies for the Twenty-first Century
- :Texts...taken out of one context () which is a simultaneous placing in a new context (contextualisation).
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