She can thus revalorize
Liam's drinking as an "existential statement" rather than the stereotypical Irish vice (Enright 2007, 55).
Whereas sociolinguistic research on code-switching has served to revalorize
the situation of Spanish in the U.S., the ontological notions of "code," and "code-switching" or "alternation" that most sociolinguists use (Appel and Muysken 1996; Betti 2009; Leon Jimenez 2003; Lipski 2007; Marcos Marin 2005; McClure 1977; Stavans 2000, 2003; among many others) perpetuate the perception of languages and communities as autonomous, bounded units instead of seeing language as a dynamic social practice and speakers as social actors (Blommaert 2010; Heller 2007; Rampton 1995, 2010, 2013).
Among them, the use of lignocellulosic residues such as olive tree pruning is of especial interest not only to revalorize
a cheap raw material but also to reduce the problem of its disposal on the fields.
A provavel convergencia dos temas abordados no encaminhamento de estrategias e solucoes aos problemas evidenciados tambem simboliza um apelo para que o estado brasileiro revalorize
suas experiencias tecnicas de estudos territoriais--o que podera resultar em apoios abalizados para a indicacao e delimitacao de territorialidades--para mobilizacao segundo as limitacoes e as potencialidades naturais e socioeconomicas das areas.
and object, self and other in order to revalorize
In other words, a plan of action to re-appropriate and revalorize
African culture, this will as well teach African people their culture, and redirect their love towards their cultures.
Additionally, to revalorize
Fred Wah's critical and creative work also implies a reframing of the threadbare debates of form versus content, or aesthetics versus politics, which have marred the field for years, leading to the implicit privilege of thematic criticism.
The tropical zoo project has demonstrated that it is possible to revalorize
'left-over' parts of urban and rural space and reintegrate them into the local economy and improve green infrastructure.
since for feminist literary history the gender of the author is often a crucial aspect of the text's interest, one effect of the project to revalorize
women's writing and to reclaim forgotten or neglected texts has been a reaffirmation--against the grain, as several feminists have noted, of some influential strands of literary theory--of the significance of the author as subject of her own writing.
According to Wynter, "one cannot revalorize
oneself in the terms of one's racial blackness and therefore of one's biological characteristics, however inversely so, given that it is precisely the biocentric nature of the sociogenic code our present genre of being human, which imperatively calls for the devalorization of the characteristics of blackness." (4) Rather, as Wynter explains, "all our present struggles with respect to race, class, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, struggles over the environment, global warming, severe climate change, the sharply unequal distribution of the earth resources ...--these are all differing facets of the central ethnoclass Man vs.
For decades, critics of Spanish poetry have spoken of the need to "revalorize
" Manuel Machado's work, which dwelled for years in the shadow of his brother Antonio's more famous poetic collections, or had been marginalized due to Manuel's Fascist leanings during and after the Spanish Civil War.