This approach allows Grene to reframe
, and reinvigorate, a longstanding if not tired debate about the unity of these plays.
Author Marsha Alibrandi describes how educators try to reframe
social studies for the new century to address conditions that impact adolescents and education--showing how geographic information systems can teach social studies and environmental education.
We are ahead of the game, we can show audiences the big picture, and reframe
the issues that confront all of us.
4 Take your brand attributes and reframe
them in terms of customer experience.
So to reframe
the question: Is it a myth that an organization's success is a function of its star employees' superintelligence and innovation?
Against these long-term considerations, there are communication strategies that can be called upon now to reframe
public debate of the War on Terrorism.
My goal," Stein says, "is to reframe
the entire public discussion around the development of sexual orientations and to provide gay people with the tools to question the scientific research and its value.
Michael Katz wanted this volume to reframe
The "Underclass" Debate by stipulating continuities and changes in social, economic, and political processes over time.
Concepts like social role valorization reframe
the experiences, services and supports for people with disabilities so that they are done in the most typical of settings.
Joining forces with REFRAME
allows us to expand our efforts to engage more of our sales distribution with the New Majority opportunity in key markets around the country," shared Dorinda Walker, Director of Consumer Strategy & Key Initiatives Multicultural Marketing, Prudential's U.
Claiming that the 12th Metropolitan Judge of Bankshall Court had no jurisdiction to reframe
charges, the teachers had sought quashing of his order before the court of Judge Saha Roy.
Suwaidan urged the court panel to reframe