Definition of constructionism in English:

constructionism

Line breaks: con|struc¦tion|ism
Pronunciation: /kənˈstrʌkʃ(ə)nɪz(ə)m
 
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noun

another term for constructivism.
More example sentences
  • Postmodernism and social constructionism remind us to be suspect of any constructs that seek to establish themselves as decontextualized truths.
  • Social constructionism is the belief that human nature does not matter or exist, and that most of what we believe about human nature is actually the product of human institutions and cultures, and therefore open to be changed.
  • Social constructionism has emerged as an influential paradigm resulting in a rethinking of philosophical, social, and political concerns.

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