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According to Taxel (1995), politically correct means to banish "unfavorable speech, opinions, and attitudes" (p.
Taxel (1989) and Luke (1994) assert that teachers exercise considerable power through their selection of texts.
Says Taxel, "We've really seen a consolidation around the two brands.
It offers examples of studies for perspective as well, such as those by Jean Anyon (1978, 1983), Ray Allen Billington (1966), Joel Taxel (1984), Linda S.
Consequently, without a conscious effort, educators will inadvertently contribute to the legitimatization and reproduction of the existing, unequal social order (Freire, 1970/1999; Taxel, 1984).
Agents used included doxorubicin, cyclophosphamide, pad taxel, bleomycin, cisplatin, and vinblastine.
Pam Taxel reported at the Clinical Research 2001 meeting.
Mark Taxel, executive vice president of marketing for Seagrams reports, "Sales for the period May 89 through February '90 were up about 10% from the same period of the previous year.
Advani S, LaFrancis D, Bogdanovic E, Taxel P, Raisz LG, Kream BE.