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politics

noun campaigning, civilis ratio, governance, government, matters of state, partisanism, party leadership, party politics, party system, political affairs, political influence, political involvement, political maneuvers, political methods, political partisanship, political process, pooitical strategy, public service, state affairs, statesmanship
Associated concepts: campaign financing laws, disclosure laws, election laws, lobbying laws, reporting laws
Foreign phrases: Politiae legibus non leges, politiis adappandae.Politics should be adapted to the laws, not the laws to politics.
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To fully understand the meaning and continuing significance of the novel, we must therefore begin by understanding the historical record itself, and its sociopolitical significance; that is, after all, what Chesnutt urges upon us.
Sociopolitical obstacles must be addressed through public and policymaker education and engagement in committees and stakeholder processes.
On the other hand, the Islamic orthodoxy was not only incapable of offering a satisfactory account of Europe's breath-taking technological progress and scientific discoveries, but also some of its key concepts could not even capture the changing sociopolitical reality of Egypt.
In this way, they will be better able to plan career services delivery and to adapt it to the specific sociopolitical contexts.
Thailand offers a good framework in which to approach Buddhist social ethics, for it provides an opportunity to examine sociopolitical issues under the global market economy at a structural level and from a Third World point of view.
I will argue that the Islamist movement means to redirect the sociopolitical evolution of Algeria through cultural recolonization.
More specifically, it is about how the cultural idiom of "tradition" has been used to reproduce and maintain forms of domination even through periods of dramatic sociopolitical change.
Although, biologically speaking, HIV disease and AIDS are an immunologically-mediated infectious disease and an illness, respectively, HIV/AIDS has also become a sociopolitical movement in the United States.
The politics of storage; storage and sociopolitical complexity in neopalatial Crete.
Much recent art revisits these periods of vanguardist practice, either subjecting them to sociopolitical critique or reinscribing them with narrative subjectivism.
This scathing bilingual barrage of words and accordion-flavored oompah-oompah is no milder than the rest of this 11-track sociopolitical slam from the fierce Mexican rap-rock quartet fittingly called Molotov.
After tracing the historical and sociopolitical context of urban school reform, the paper examines the author/educator's experience of developing relationships and acting as a mentor to African American teachers in early childhood classrooms in an urban school.