|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|conceptualising or conceptualizing||0.02||0.5||6628||23|
|conceptualising social contract||1.94||0.8||1220||97|
|conceptualising a problem||1.45||0.5||5320||49|
|conceptualising environmental responsibility||0.01||0.4||1522||7|
Also found in: Thesaurus. To form a concept or concepts of, and especially to interpret in a conceptual way: This cabaret performance was conceptualized as a homage to vaudeville. To form concepts. con·cep′tu·al·i·za′tion (-sĕp′cho͞o-ə-lĭ-zā′shən) n. con·cep′tu·al·iz′er n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.What does it mean to conceptualize morality?
formal (UK usually conceptualise) uk /kənˈsep.tʃu.ə.laɪz/ us /kənˈsep.tʃu.ə.laɪz/. › to form an idea or principle in your mind: He argued that morality could be conceptualized (= thought about) as a series of principles based on human reason. Synonym.How do we conceptualize religion and spirituality?
Conceptualizing religion and spirituality : points of commonality, points of departure. Yet, neither this state of affairs itself (nor such a way of conceptualizing this state of affairs) is inevitable or fruitful. One of the challenges of such studies is the difficulty in conceptualizing the nature of identity due to its dynamics and complexity.How is political expertise conceptualized?
Political expertise is best conceptualized as varying along an underlying continuum. Neither of these processes is adequately conceptualized in the literature. It is typically conceptualized as an ancillary deficit, that is, as a factor that masks the child's understanding of object permanence.