The power or explaining.
The result of conceiving or explaining the meaning of.
Conclusions drawn after taking into account the context of an artwork.
The way researchers explain results of a study, or the information found in the study.
Use of inductive reasoning to help understand facts in order to reach probable and believable conclusions and avoid sweeping conclusions that can be easily challenged.
a proposal about how best to understand it in our language
a theory that explains the physical reality underlying the formalism--i
A means of communicating ideas and feelings which helps people enrich their understanding and appreciation of their world, and their role within it.
all operations that a receiver performs in order to decode and understand a message.
A means of communicating ideas and feelings which help people understand more about themselves, their environment and other cultures. The process is commonly facilitated by guides, displays, on-site signage, brochures and electronic media.
Explaining cultural significance to the community and to visitors, using signage, publications, displays, guides, etc.
Interpreting literature means explaining what you think the meaning of a certain work is. If a translator interprets a sentence, she moves it from one language to another. When you interpret a poem, you say what you think it says in your own words.
a way of understanding and explaining what has happened in the past. The discipline of history acknowledges that there is often more than one view of what has happened in the past
The act of explaining test scores to students so they understand exactly what each type of score means. For example, a percentile rank refers to the percentage of students in the norm group who fall below a particular point, not the percentage of items answered correctly.
Used especially in museums as describing and/or explaining to others the meanings and contexts of objectsÂ - i.e. the 'wrapping' around objects which is created for exhibitions etc. Also used as the ways in which people understand or interpret their world - 'personalised meaning-making'.