Within the linguistic landscape, political campaign signage is one place where we can look for signs of enfranchisement
In that context, I look at not only in its provisions about reserve lands (affected by both the enfranchisement
scheme of yore and modern day proposals for fee simple interests in reserve land), but also the definition of who is an "Indian" under the Act, which has served the colonizer's goal of reducing the Indian population.
Political Issues' begins with Wicker's account of treasonable language trials alongside developing political identities and enfranchisement
The authors systematically rule out competing explanations for the change in state transfers and show that it is likely that enfranchisement
led to an increase in resource receipt.
This passage represents enfranchisement
as a change that most devadasis would embrace.
The Mubarak regime so far is ignoring the demand for expat enfranchisement
In the old days they used to call this enfranchisement
The process whereby immigrants received citizenship is examined through the freedom rolls, and trends in the enfranchisement
of migrants are quantified and presented in tabular form.
It does not take an Adam Smith, or a John Maynard Keynes or a Sigmund Freud to understand the satisfaction and profound sense of enfranchisement
that comes with the educated, and informed exercise of choice.
While the Northern public had considered African-American enfranchisement
too radical at first it was deemed the most efficient way to achieve a balance of power in the South.
The Revels eviction is the latest example of consumer enfranchisement
Levine and CIRCLE track closely the political enfranchisement
of America's youth and are doing fantastic work.