Adjacency [noun]

Definition of Adjacency:

community, surroundings

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Sentence/Example of Adjacency:

Plus, thanks to the involvement of civil rights groups, the focus of the protest aimed to hold Facebook to account for fundamental ethical and user-safety issues, beyond marketer myopia like metrics and ad adjacency.

Concerned about adjacency to negative or controversial news and opinion, media buyers are finding more tactical ways to find suitable homes for their brand messages.

However, when advertisers have concerns about negative impact of brand adjacency to touchy issues, keyword-blocking is the primary tool media buyers have.

Unlike “brand safety,” which aims to protect brands from adjacency to illegal content, fraud or other indisputably offensive content or nefarious activity, brand suitability is a subjective measure of appropriateness specific to a brand.

They looked up in no welcoming manner, at Bibbs's entrance, and moved their chairs to a less conspicuous adjacency.

I fancy that he felt that he would venture anything to escape our adjacency to the battery.

He saw at once that a small artery had been severed, and its adjacency to the jugular made it a matter of extreme danger.

Adjacency can be in respect to the past, as expressed through the practice of keeping burial records.

The expanding horizon of life required means to assimilate adjacency in the experience of continuous human self-constitution.

Regardless of the type of adjacency, what is significant is the element that separates the immediate from the mediated.