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Miseducating Americans is in many ways a call to action.
This is in tension with the judicial oath of office, "has the additional deleterious effect of miseducating voters about the role of the judiciary," (132) and can foster a public climate in which judicial impartiality itself is devalued.
In addition to their stigmatizing harms and their role in miseducating the public, the widespread publication of discriminatory housing listings would make it possible for housing providers to circumvent the fair rental and fair sales provisions of the statute by deterring unwanted home seekers at the outset.
He would be miseducating people, and it's a lot harder to educate people after they've been miseducated about what is necessary.
And we are miseducating the young to believe that military heroism is the noblest form of heroism, when it should be remembered only as the tragic accompaniment of horrendous policies driven by power and profit.
Elkind (1986) cautions that "the risks of miseducating children are both short- and long-term.
It's because of Phelps's and Lott's miseducating the public that we have to endure Neanderthals' shouting slurs, attacking us in our neighborhoods, and labeling us as AIDS incubators, undeserving of compassion or of life.
educat[ing] some segments of their audience in the requirements' for corporate success while systematically miseducating others.
Euro-American culture has been much more than a learning model in recorded history; it has been a tool of oppression, and a means for indoctrinating, pacifying, and miseducating the least well off in Western society.
From a youth organizing perspective, while an advance over service-learning, traditional PA's focus on collaboration risks miseducating students about the extent to which major community problems can actually be solved through cooperation and consensual dialogue.
educat[ingl some segments of their audience in the requirements' for corporate success while systematically miseducating others"