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.
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.
9) To revalorize
a tradition of adventure, of the "carnaval romanesque" (407), the narrator of the novel argues for the necessity of a break with the scientific current in thought that, in the history sketched out in Limitation du bonheur, begins with the Enlightenment, finds its champion in Emile Zola and his "roman experimental," and culminates in the quintessentially modern nouveau roman.
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.
Crossing data from two studies of migratory movements in Mexico and the Philippines, this research note shows that Mexican and Filipino men adopt similar strategies to revalorize
their place in their family and society: earning money through work (by migrating to the United States or staying the Philippines, respectively), obtaining the support of their wife, and fulfilling their father role.
On the contrary, actively protecting and improving the environment has become a core strategy for postindustrial cities to revalorize
localities, distinguish themselves and attract capital and talent.
Importantly, the ACF model also wanted to revalorize
the role of beliefs in the policymaking process (Kubler 2000) (2).
MEDIATION AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO REVALORIZE
THE PATERNAL ROLE".
during the post-World War One decade in Harlem and Paris" (Marquez xxxix) and black North American scholars such as Langston Hughes and Richard Wright played a significant role in the campaign to revalorize