ostracization

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The message that the state keeps putting out in the International community amidst the filibustering is its amenity to 'the carrot and stick approach'; where aid suspension won't work, the raised stick of imposing global ostracization will.
Neturei Karta's support for the government of Iran and for terrorist groups has led to its ostracization by the wider haredi community.
It also permits Europe to sidestep the varied "forms of social and state ostracization that continue to derail the path of non-European migrants in national life even as they gain legal status" (ibid.
In a place and age when odds are stacked up against them in the form of possible ridicule, ostracization and unsolicited publicity, these women were courageous enough to risk their all for advocacy of a larger cause.
4) On this account, the disrepute, ostracization, and stigma that often attach to immoral conduct (adultery and homosexuality were common twentieth century examples) are rightly bestowed in cases of abortion.
Specifically, in a workplace mobbing scenario, workers collectively scapegoat a peer by means of relentless goading in addition to snubbing, ostracization and the circulation of demeaning lies.
Fielding's good intentions Julia dies, this being because, as Janice Thaddeus states, in "Hamilton's didactic world, if not in her moral world, a seduced woman must be punished" (1995, 409), but the encounter between the "sinner" and the virtuous spinster allows Hamilton to give voice to her own principles concerning fallen women, unshared by more conservative thinkers such as Hannah More, who endorsed the removal of fallen women from society and total social ostracization as the only and most proper treatment.
In the Fireside edition, after Blackpool nobly accepts his ostracization, he walks away and the scene quickly shifts away from the union meeting.
the most ostracization these days, they tend to be those who think more
7 Psychological issues such as fear of injections, and social challenges like stigma or ostracization linked to injectable use also work as barriers.
Seventies generation writer Ni'mat al-Bihayri, for example, suffered censorship and personal ostracization following the publication in Ibda' of her short story "al-'Asafir tu'arriq samt al-madina" ("Sparrows Haunt the City's Silence," August 1994), in which a lower-middle-class woman watches a young couple having sex in a car outside her window.
The Fatal Contract imagines the violent begetting of 'black and sorrowful issue' on a white woman to be worse than the violence and social ostracization that was the result of Chrotilda's rape (Titus 4.