In order to respond to these problems and optimize the chances of robust and enduring democracies in Africa, he says, it is necessary to contextualize
Beyond Literate Western Models is a fascinating attempt to contextualize
theological education in oral contexts for effective world evangelization.
When students better retain and know how to contextualize
their academic knowledge, we all win because they win.
Sara's and Alicia's efforts to contextualize
went beyond those of Jason and Roxana in important ways.
Claiming that the current American perspective on the pilgrims is idolatry, this historian has crafted a thought-provoking lesson on how to contextualize
The book has--in this reviewer's opinion--three weaknesses: One: At times, Callahan diverges from the crux of the topic through considerable efforts to contextualize
his major points.
"These tools are critical as we attempt to better contextualize
off-target drug effects and further understand the data flowing from proteomics and transcriptomics experiments across the industry," noted Ian Humphrey-Smith, Chief Executive Officer of the Bii.
DuBois, Prod Robeson, and other civil rights leaders before her--to contextualize
American struggles for equality within a global movement against tyranny of all kinds.
Throughout the book, however, Jocko does well to contextualize
his history of skating within larger movements at the time: economic downturns, punk rock, the explosion of "Extreme Sports," which is one of the reasons this book is so compelling.
Therefore, the city affords all students of theology, whether professors or undergraduates, a similar opportunity to contextualize
their theological study within living human communities that reveal unique and essential aspects of the Christian tradition as well as offer a way into the ongoing Christ event.
This serves to contextualize
the material, as readers can see firsthand content described in the text.
The net effect of Whatevergate is to contextualize
Gay Sex Panic into the larger Straight Sex Panic.