Definition of Theorisation

1. Noun. The production or use of theories.

Exact synonyms: Theorization
Generic synonyms: Conjecture
Specialized synonyms: Ideology, Abstraction, Generalisation, Generalization
Derivative terms: Theorise, Theorize, Theorize



Definition of Theorisation

1. Noun. something theorised; a theory ¹

2. Noun. the development of something beyond its obvious and practical scope ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Theorisation

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1. Language Assessment and the National Qualifications Framework: Conference by Melissa Vieyra-King, Karen Calteaux (1996)
"Here they are referring to the inadequate theorisation of the relationship of ... However, there is no adequate theorisation (either in South Africa or, ..."

2. Researching Mathematics Education in South Africa: Perspectives, Practices by Renuka Vithal, Jill Adler, Christine Keitel (2005)
"In this chapter I discuss the theorisation of five dilemmas in the design of INSET - and the implications of these dilemmas for INSET - that sees the ..."

3. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"Stability of social conditions of these societies is advocated in a very round about manner and that, too, under the garb of scientific theorisation in ..."

4. The Archaeological Journal by Council, British Archaeological Association, Central Committee (1849)
"... of the existing monuments, which is absolutely necessary to him as a foundation on which to raise the superstructure of his own subjective theorisation. ..."

5. The Schools of Charles the Great and the Restoration of Education in the by James Bass Mullinger (1877)
"... offered powerful temptation to the speculative mind; but the divine of the eighth century could tolerate no scientific theorisation that contravened ..."

6. The Schools of Charles the Great and the Restoration of Education in the by James Bass Mullinger (1877)
"... offered powerful temptation to the speculative mind; but the divine of the eighth century could tolerate no scientific theorisation that contravened ..."

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