It was about this time that he became a leading light in the campaign to end elitism in higher education.
elitism of traditional universities.
elitism perceived in much theater.
elitism associated with the pre-1992 sector needs to be broken down.
The joint venture underlines the commitment of the Welsh Golfing Union to dispel elitism and strengthen the sport in the less traditional strongholds.
She professed her keenness " to remove the elitism of the names used in the Upper Chamber " .
He's keen to avoid the elitism of a scene and says, I truly believe I'm making Pop music.
Do you think that film therefore goes some way to diluting an intellectual elitism that is inherent in the reading of literature?
Nowadays, cultural elitism can easily turn into implicit sympathy with neo-liberalism.
Cambridge should be a place of academic elitism, not one of social elitism.
This revolutionary elitism even extended the musical policies of the station.
How much sin, pride and insecurity would surface, currently masked by spiritual elitism and charismatic culture?
elitism in higher education.
It is sometimes worn by the youth and adult Indie crowd in a mocking sense, as this group hopes to degrade the elitism of the sweater vest.
Casual, preppy, and bursting with the kind of nonchalant elitism that still allows you to sleep at night, Lacoste bags are the perfect addition to any upscale wardrobe.
Prada maintains a sense of elitism because the average consumer cannot afford the escalated prices that Prada shoes boast.
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