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In order to minimize depreciative behavior, protected area managers often rely on educational strategies both to inform visitors and attempt to change visitor behavior (Cialdini, 1996; Ham, 2007; Manning, 2003; Marion & Reid, 2007; Vagias, 2009).
Aujourd'hui, la fonction de justification et de legitimation de l'image depreciative de Congo a beaucoup perdu de sa pertinence et de son efficacite.
21) Ballesteros's comparison should not be merely understood as a depreciative assessment of a woman's approach to scholarly and artistic production.
Le biographe moderne se voue, de plus en plus, a devoiler les mobiles secrets d'un individu, a se concentrer sur le scandaleux dans sa vie, a aborder de facon depreciative le comportement asocial d'une personne.
And yet, even in my frankly prosaic translation, I think one can appreciate something of the imagistic concision of the poem, the depreciative contrast between the earth-bound farmer and the "we" who explore the wide world with a freedom so aptly captured by the majestic image of the Thracian crane, airborne above the surf.
19) Dubois describes the moment when he first recognized himself as Other (in response to the sting of a white girl's depreciative returning gaze) as the internalization of a split subjectivity, a darkly-veiled "sense of always looking at one's self through the eyes of others.
This is essentially akin to the process of negative teacher expectancies (the negative expectations a teacher may have for his or her students [Brophy, 1979; Suarez-Orozco, 1989; Suarez-Orozco & Suarez-Orozco, 1995a, 1995b, 2001; Vigil, 1988a, 1999]) and the depreciative impact of those expectancies on student performance, similar to the aforementioned members of the community having negative expectations of community youth and the impact of those disparaging expectations on subsequent gang-related behavior and delinquent achievement orientation among those same youth.
In a generally depreciative review of John Davidson's In a Music Hall, and Other Poems she observes with regard to one particular passage that it "detaches itself from its surroundings like a jessamine flower in a nosegay of cabbage blossoms.