Definition of 'deconstruction'
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These statistics speak more eloquently about the oppressive culture of sport than any sociological deconstruction.Times, Sunday Times (2011) Critical Social Research (1990)
This process is one of deconstruction and reconstruction.Critical Social Research (1990)
They are elements which are drawn together in various ways in the process of deconstruction and reconstruction.Critical Social Research (1990) Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Far be it from a column of this nature to attempt a sociological deconstruction of this week's deeply unsettling scenes on English streets.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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