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1 It is no longer followed in 21st century academic discourse .
2 Yet these are the careful qualifications of precise academic discourse .
3 But there are more ways to get cultural traction than just academic discourse .
4 Most faculty members are practicing architects who enrich their academic discourse with their practical experience.
5 There is an academic discourse regarding the validity of the methods and their results.
6 From this point, discussion of social justice entered into mainstream legal and academic discourse .
7 The four quadrants map the written, spoken, and graphic materials in academic discourse .
8 Claims such as those initiated by early Freemasons today find their way into academic discourse .
9 This is established as the language of academic discourse in all disciplines throughout the world.
10 Three interdisciplinary conferences will place body.city squarely at the centre of current academic discourse .
11 The concept is now familiar in academic discourse , and has been specifically attributed to Evans.
12 The common usage in both everyday speech and academic discourse is a practitioner in the visual arts only.
13 Other scholars have pushed to redeem the word "cult" as one fit for neutral academic discourse .
14 If this is so, then academic discourse contains this hidden structure as a kind of metadiscourse.
15 In academic discourse , racial prejudices directed against these people from their host countries fall also constitute Indophobia.
16 Both terms – "juvenilization" and "feminization" – have been contested in political and academic discourse .
17 And I'm with you on personal experiences versus the oftentimes less vibrant more mundane world of academic discourse .
18 Yet liberal theology has sustained a vital academic discourse in recent decades, and it does not lack popular advocates.
19 In contemporary academic discourse , the process of removing components from an image is formally known as "object removal.
20 Men's studies movements use notions of inclusion and inverted feminist rationale to engage in academic discourse about the same.
21 In many cases, the conventions of academic discourse force researchers to make these assumptions even more explicit and specific.
22 However, little academic discourse on Joehana was published until the 1960s; according to Kartini "et al.