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I focus on activistic mobility, contextualized by the discourse of indigeneity as a political tool that emerged during the period of decolonization in the 1970s, especially the musical activism of women from Rongelap Atoll who remain in exile due to persisting radiation on their homeland from the US nuclear weapons tests conducted between 1946 and 1958.
Given the scripted, product-oriented nature of school, most students do not leave it having developed an activistic, creative sense of themselves as learners or as citizens.
But from the very beginning such thinkers had to contend--within the conservative movement itself--with economistic and activistic thinking.
Five years later, he reconfirms his position: To commemorate this Journal's fifteen years of success, I reviewed the cogency and accruing empirical verisimilitude of that agnostic questioning of activistic judgmental investing.
The most consequential long-term effect of the new Charter was to push Canadian jurisprudence into an increasingly American pattern where activistic judges become the promoters of social change.
He calls himself a "value-conserving classical humanist." In the early 1950s he wrote: "The proper start for a new American conservatism, aiming not at success but at truth, not at activism but at long-range education, is in the world of literature, the arts and sciences, intellectual history, the universities, the humanities." A conservatism that begins by being directly political and economic, activistic rather than contemplative, "will at best fail and transform nothing at all." (4) Yet since human life is an organic whole, truly creative contemplative acts, far removed from issues of public policy, are bound to have effects sooner or later in the realm of practice.
The activistic component of instrumental activism, on the other hand, implies in a certain way a reverse perspective.
This finding contrasts with the traditional OCA analysis as well as Friedman's (1953) case for flexible rates (namely, that flexible rates are desirable when wage rigidity is high) and holds despite activistic policy.
Ideas grounded in an activistic reading of the Gospel, providing grassroots socio-economic alternatives to the great ideological polarization of the day, traversed the "network" and popularized names like Coady and concepts like cooperation across Canada.