Definitions for "Poststructuralism"
broad-based and loosely structured interdisciplinary movement that has extended the radical analytical possibilities in Ferdinand de Saussere's theory of language as significatory rather than representational. Also characterized by the use of Jacques Derridas technique of deconstuction.
Any perspective based on a rejection of structuralist methodology or classic structuralist distinctions such as langue/parole or synchronic/diachronic.
Keywords:  structuralism, see
see structuralism.