The move to marginalize
Rappler in its coverage of the Palace and to demand the legal authority of the Malacanang Press Corps (MPC) to cover the President are both misplaced and inconsistent with the essence of press freedom and the people's right to be informed of the President's activities and pronouncements,' she said.
When the church devalues and doesn't acknowledge the gifts of those who are not part of the dominant culture, it becomes complicit in securing the borders that marginalize
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In view of the latest decision that Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov should go to New York instead of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and the cut of the president's powers in the intelligence agency, the opposition says that the government is trying to neglect and marginalize
the office of head of state.
All of these notions continue to create and recreate social forces that further marginalize
and diminish respect for education.
Kramarae claims that language is literally a man-made tool used by a dominant culture to marginalize
other groups and to deter them from full participation in their given societies.
At times it seems as though Kay is striving to find new extremes through which idealism can marginalize
It's a constant mind game: worrying, on the one hand, that our mainstream media companies will marginalize
us for being biased; worrying, on the other hand, that gay people will view us as "too mainstream.
In addition, the warm, decades-long relationship between carriers and equipment vendors is cooling as manufacturers use music delivery and exclusive offers to attract wireless customers and marginalize
ISLAMABAD -- Executive Director PAIMAN Alumni Trust, Ms Musarrat Qadeem has said that, 'Putting ban on CSR activities will further marginalize
the poor and underprivileged communities.
There, conventional readings have been used by the established churches to marginalize
West and East African Christians by relegating their cultural values and beliefs, and causing them to lose their cultural and religious identity by using alien cultural values and beliefs to read the Bible for them, and, thus, making them feel a sense of "psychological and cultural" slavery.
It is the responsibility of the committed multicultural artist to reveal and combat discourses that marginalize
'ethnic' expression" (311).