This award is special recognition for a personality from the economic and industrial sector of society, who is a role model and also valorizes
That is the result that valorizes
the project, said the energy consultant in Government, Kristijan Mickovski
Mailer himself proposes that the text be read as "a movie in words," but the text itself undermines the validity of any such governing metaphors, and instead valorizes
an aesthetic of improvisation and discontinuity.
Even though Taborda presents a mater-full book that can keep many researchers and educators up to date, his position is inconsistent because he valorizes
Anglo-democracy but rejects its corner stone: the market.
The master narrative of the nation-state valorizes
settlers and misrepresents or excludes Indigenous people, she says, but Indigenous stories provide a counter to that by acknowledging and validating Indigenous people's experience, filling in the gaps, and correcting the falsehoods of the master narrative.
There is something now that valorizes
the rewriting of history.
Yet while the academy, in terms of student grades, tenure requirements, and academic honesty standards valorizes
the individual and individual work, in composition courses teachers encourage students to "work together" during workshops to help improve each other's texts.
The intentional invocation of Black Speak valorizes
and legitimates African American culture and heritage by reifying the importance and purpose of the "impure" language represented by the vernacular form in the assertion of and adherence to the counter/alternative culture.
A fragmented world, but one that valorizes
each of its fragments--singular elements, cells living autonomously in the protean whole.
Exhibiting Lollard sympathies, Kempe endorses the use of the vernacular and valorizes
the notion of individual spiritual autonomy.
We are told that "What the story valorizes
is not scientific objectivity, but gendered subjectivity.
On the other hand, nineteenth-century narratives by William and Ellen Craft, William Wells Brown, and Frederick Douglass serve to demonstrate for Butler the founding of a lineage in African American writing of non-teleological journeys; that is, movement not so much to a final place--say, the North--but movement that in its ceaselessness and its incompletion valorizes
"becoming" over "being," since, after all, the public states of being, status, or place historically permitted to African Americans contradicted the ambitions or hopes that impelled their movement in the first place.