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Taxel (1989) and Luke (1994) assert that teachers exercise considerable power through their selection of texts.
A selective tradition' refers to the way in which teachers choose texts that transmit a particular version of knowledge about worldviews, culture and power that is usually representative of the dominant culture (Luke, 1994; Taxel, 1989).
As a result of these guidelines, many of the offensive and abhorrent racist and sexist caricatures and stereotypes are absent from most contemporary books; however, newer, more subtle stereotypes and representations have emerged (Harris, 1999; Taxel, 1997), and so critical literacy remains important.
Laura Taxel - freelance journalist with Cleveland Magazine, Northern Ohio Live, Plain Dealer and Continental and author of Cleveland Ethnic Eats
Laura Taxel, author of Cleveland Ethnic Eats, with an
Advani S, LaFrancis D, Bogdanovic E, Taxel P, Raisz LG, Kream BE.
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Taxel, executive vice president, marketing for The Seagram Beverage Company.
2 Calorie Quest combines the beneficial aspects of several successful beverages into an innovation in refreshment," declared Mark Taxel, executive vice president, marketing of The Seagram Beverage Company.
Speaking at the meeting to commemorate the 100 millionth cooler case, Mark Taxel, executive vice president of The Seagram Beverage Company noted that Seagram built its cooler business into a sustainable $500 million retail business.