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Indeed, some of the emotions she expresses "as an educator," including pessimism and regret, appear to reflect the division between the appearance of reform to teaching and learning within educational authorities and a reality dominated by "the old-fashioned ways of teaching." Jessica draws partly upon the authority of her personal experience for the legitimatization of these beliefs ("the old-fashioned ways of teaching that I'm seeing") as well as the authority of modern educational theory ("schools talk about using TBL and using modern approaches ...
The commitment of senior executives is the starting point for legitimatization of a corporate vision of sustainability.
(17) In this light, both Du Wenwei and Zhao Bin only partially make sense of the legitimatization of xiaopin in the statesanctioned Gala.
What is worse, blatant disregard can be understood as tacit approval at least in some cases that cuts against the smoking out of race where it would provide a venue for such legitimatization. Thanks to Lani Guinier for this insight.
It should not facilitate the legitimatization of the NCP's expanded power through these elections," said Pam Issac, co founder member of SDFG.
But neither does the film offer any progressive steps toward the legitimatization of a genre which still faces critical disregard.
Chapter 3 deals with the 'traditional legitimatization' of 'public service provision', which is contrasted with the concept of the guarantor state.
A second criticism of the Biomedical Model concerns the inferred validation and legitimatization of prejudice and discrimination in the broader culture by viewing disability as individual inferiority.