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İngilizce - Türkçe
Heykeltraşlık vb. alanlarda değişik parçaların biraraya getirilmesiyle ortaya çıkarılan şey
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Something constructed using whatever was available at the time
Construction using whatever was available at the time
(French, 'doing odd jobs') A characteristic (according to C Levi-Strauss) of the early human mind, in contrast to modern scientific thinking But bricolage is entirely rational (i e not pre-rational) in its own way He introduced the term in The Savage Mind A bricoleur is one who improvises and and uses any means or materials which happen to be lying around in order to tackle a task: 'The bricoleur is adept at executing a great number of diverse tasks; but unlike the engineer, he does not subordinate each of them to the availability of raw materials and tools, conceptualized and procured specifically for this project; his instrumental universe is closed, and the rule of his game is to make do with the means at hand ' In the making of myth, bricolage is the use of whatever happens to be 'lying around,' so that myth is both rational and improvisatory
A term introduced by L i-Strauss [315,317] to designate a manner of construction that relies on improvisional (or ad hoc) and makeshift responses and far-flung analogies for problem-solving and to explain the world In a general sense, bricolage is the process of creating something not as a matter of calculated choice and use of whatever materials are technically best-adapted to a clearly predetermined purpose, but rather in a dialogue with the materials and means of execution In such a dialogue, the materials which are ready-to-hand may suggest adaptive courses of action, and the initial aim may be modified
\bree-koh-LAHZH; brih-\, noun: Construction or something constructed by using whatever materials happen to be available
the use of multiple, diverse research methods
Something made or put together using whatever materials happen to be available: "Even the decor is a bricolage, a mix of this and that"
a construction made of whatever materials are at hand; something created from a variety of available things
(in art) a piece of makeshift handiwork
(in literature) a piece created from diverse resources
{i} (French) object that is made or assembled with whatever materials are available