I'm not sure I understand exactly what you're asking, but i think it refers to whatever topic you might be discussing and how it can be applied on a global and societal, or cultural, scale. In other words, how does the topic relate to the world and society? Is this a question for sociology or Anthropology class? It's a very vague question. Hope what I said helps.
singapore is high context society
this means that your strong
It's a secret society in England
Depends on the context. Usually it is a symbol of God's presence and that Jesus is the Light of the World.
It means to use the culture in context.
Secularisation is transforming a society from religious values toward non-religious. The term is used in the context of lifting monastic restriction from a member of the clergy.
what does it mean...
Depending on context, it can mean 'with, by'; 'of, from'.
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In what context
Context is the words around a word or the way a word is used.
It does not mean anything specifically. In a particular context it may have some meaning but you have chosen not to share that context with us.
Depending on the context, it can either mean "from" or "derived of/from".
Depending on the context, it can mean, "I do" or "Me, yes".
FTW is an acronym that stands for "For the Win." It used to mean, "F*ck the world," but that meaning is becoming less and less popular.
Did you mean: Physical? It could mean a number of things considering context. It could mean a checkup, you like to be active, it really depends on context.
High and low text in a society in Kenya
living in a rural society.
Values mean morals and beliefs in the Christian context.
In context of area, India is the seventh largest country of the world. In context of population, India is the second largest country in the world.
Depending on the context, the acronym WFS could stand for many phrases. Web Feature Service, Worldwide Flight Service or World Future Society are among them.