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Contextualization may refer to:
- Contextualization (Bible translation), the process of contextualising the biblical message as perceived in the missionary mandate originated by Jesus
- Contextualization (computer science), an initialization phase setting or overriding properties having unknown or default values at the time of template creation
- Contextualization (information systems), for example in XML-Retrieval, using elements surroundings or link structure as extra evidence in scoring
- Contextualization (sociolinguistics), the use of language and discourse to signal relevant aspects of an interactional or communicative situation
- Contextualism, a collection of views in philosophy which argue that actions or expressions can only be understood in context
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