It represents, to many people, the perpetuation of privilege.
"They are just not recognising their own unconscious perpetuation of the status quo.
The need for the perpetuation of these highly developed civilizations made writing and formal education indispensable.
Lee urged his soldiers to avoid “the perpetuation of barbarous outrages upon the unarmed,” but did not stop the kidnappings.
For many trans activists, these work-arounds would amount to a denial of gender identity and the continued perpetuation of discrimination.
The evolutionary process, as Darwin understood it, involves the generation of variation and a process producing a differential perpetuation of variation.
The consanguineal family derives its stability from its corporate nature and its permanence, as its relationships emphasize the perpetuation of the line.
Dongtuk had started keeping a journal, and hoped that he could contribute to the perpetuation of Tibetan culture through his writing and his Buddhist studies.
As with other contagions, the biggest predictor of violent behaviour (and its perpetuation) is exposure and what one (unconsciously) thinks one's peers think and do.
The fact was, it was, after all, the THING that I hated—the using these men and women, the perpetuation of all this ignorance, brutality and vice,—just to make money for me!
Although compositors and printers were not immune from mistakes, the printing press eliminated one of the most vexatious problems: the introduction or perpetuation of textual…
One such person is Andrew Carter, CEO and Co-Founder at Podium, a user-moderated social network aiming to prevent the spread of misinformation and perpetuation of abuse online:
The above grid might lead you to conclude that both non-fitness biased generation of variation and non-fitness biased perpetuation of variation would be properly labeled ‘chance.’
SIR – It was distressing to read another perpetuation of the myth that we have to pay bankers obscenely huge sums of money to attract the best talent (“Do the maths”, January 15th).
If the downfall of principalities is the fixed structure of human character, then the failing of republics is a devotion to the perpetuation of institutional arrangements whose time has passed.
Contemporary scholars, in their attempts to account for either the origin or the perpetuation of the incest taboo, have been careful to avoid monistic explanations, whether genetic, historical, or social.
Nigerian technicians and healthcare workers have told him that gas companies and cylinder distributors contributed to the perpetuation of this misunderstanding, claiming that cylinder oxygen is more appropriate than concentrator oxygen.
There it became the fundamental system and institution for the perpetuation of the union of God and man in the person of Jesus Christ through the visible organization and constitution of the church, which was viewed as the mystical body of Christ.
Selection explanations are, then, a particular kind of teleological explanation, an explanation in which that for the sake of which a trait is possessed, its valuable consequence, accounts for the trait’s differential perpetuation and maintenance in the population.
Despite claims that clear historical context about the Cecil Rhodes statue would be provided in order to acknowledge and educate our students on the imperialist past, the subject remains taboo and Oriel’s continuing silence equal to complicity in the perpetuation of white privilege and supremacy.”
- the act of prolonging something
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