discoure

Related to discoure: Discourse analysis

discoure

(dɪsˈkaʊə)
vb (tr)
archaic to discover (someone or something)
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and repetition of derogatory discoure are as different as chalk and cheese.
By highlighting the polarizing, often antagonistic, relationship between litoral/interior belief systems and nationalist discoure in Brazilian social thought, she problematizes the different representations of the typified human inhabitants and interpretations of the interior regions, which vary from the archaic, barbarous, and underdeveloped (exemplified through abandoned and ailing spaces plagued with misery, violence, political corruption, disease, and drought) to romanticized and idealized picturesque versions.
Using Discoure to Foster Communities of Mathematical Inquiry