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Climate of opinion belongs to the central concepts of spiral of silence theory, and Noelle- Neumann (1973) believed that climate of opinion has a significant role in people's choice of outspokenness.
The conservative Iranian MP Ahmad Tavakoli, known for his outspokenness, has asked the authorities to explain the death of Sattar Beheshti, Mehr news agency reported Sunday.
Science minister Makiko Tanaka, known for her outspokenness, called the strategy "very contradictory," but national policy minister Seiji Maehara hit back over her remarks, saying she may have been speaking "roughly.
Her outspokenness on sex abuse has landed O'Connor plenty of criticism but, another reader reminds us, "she brought to light what the world now knows is true.
He comes across as a 'man's man' with a penchant for outspokenness (a great sin in our censored country) yet he is an avid reader, paints, collects art and has shown himself remarkably sensitive and caring.
Barak also attacked Dagan's outspokenness on the Iran issue.
And despite Ross's reputation for outspokenness, it seems they're not particularly interested in reining him in.
Then Chloe increasingly gets Anna into trouble with her outspokenness.
Cardinal Francis George had suspended Pfleger, known for his outspokenness and his anti-violence advocacy, in April after the priest made public comments about leaving the Catholic Church if he were moved from St.
In the 2003 case, he claimed he was being targeted by senior police officers because of his outspokenness about racism in the British police.
That's your call, but we think her outspokenness (and her involvement in the No H8 campaign) proves she's more than just a shameless self-promoter.
According to the Southern Metropolis, a mainland daily known for outspokenness, the 40-year-old woman, identified only by surname Liu, operated an underground clinic in the Baoan district of Shenzhen, which lies just across the border with Hong Kong.