devalorize

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devalorize

(diːˈvæləˌraɪz) or

devalorise

vb (tr)
1. (Economics) a variant form of devalue
2. a variant form of devalue
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Work is being devalorised today as never before, and the quality of working life is deteriorating almost everywhere.
(42, 57) There was also a sense that as a result of colonialism, missionary education and apartheid, African cultural knowledge has been subjugated by academic knowledge systems, and traditional healing has been devalorised and 'othered' in juxtaposition with Euro-American biomedicine.
It is difficult to draw positive, emancipatory conclusions about the current middle-class resettlement of South Parkdale, because this is a very different place studied at a different time, with different voices included, with gentrification occurring in the context of deepening neoliberalisation (Keil 2002; Peck and Tickell 2002), reflected in policy and public discourses on the future of an inner-city neighbourhood with a profoundly devalorised personality.