Examples from the Web for deconstruction
The largest mass grave in America existed uneasily as both hallowed ground and deconstruction site.
The standout of the collection was the designer's deconstruction of standard jacket cuts.
Game of Thrones is a show that provokes—or even forces—viewer evaluation, deconstruction, and discussion.‘Game of Thrones’: ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Parks and Rec’ Writers on Why They Love the HBO Drama|Jace Lacob|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Atelier Versace collection emphasized the deconstruction and reassembly of garments using patent-leather strips.Chanel, Armani, and Givenchy Present Their Haute-Couture Collections in Paris|Robin Givhan|July 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To that end, deconstruction of an old order is in, well, order.
British Dictionary definitions for deconstruction
Word Origin and History for deconstruction
1973, as a strategy of critical analysis, in translations from French of the works of philosopher Jacques Derrida (b.1930). The word was used in English in a literal sense from 1865 of building and architecture, and in late 1860s sometimes as an ironic variant of Reconstruction in the U.S. political sense.