The act of changing the direction of something(noun)
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Use "reorientation" in a sentence
"This trend is part and parcel to overarching change in Turkey, as it's wrapped up with the country's reorientation, which is in turn tied to its improved economic situation."
"When the terms of trade turned against Thai commodities in the early 1980s, its technocrats paired a long-term reorientation toward FDI-driven industrialization with the more immediate benefits of mass tourism."
"But certainly there are thousands of people who have testified to -- to the effectiveness of what sometimes called reorientation therapy."