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"Steven Feld (1994, p.265-271), borrowing a term from Gregory Bateson, calls the recombination and Recontextualisation of sounds split from their sources schismogenesis."--Sholem Stein

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Recontextualisation is a process that extracts text, signs or meaning from its original context (decontextualisation) and reuses it in another context. Since the meaning of texts, signs and content is dependent on its context, recontextualisation implies a change of meaning and redefinition. The linguist Per Linell defines recontextualisation as:

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