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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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Civic engagement consists of both community engagement/outreach and sociopolitical involvement.
Provided we uphold as foundational the biblical basis of God's redemptive work through his eternal Son, Jesus Christ, Stutzman's treatment gives many important impulses for living out the sociopolitical consequences of surrendered discipleship.
Structural racism, oppression, labor market discrimination, and inequitable access to resources facilitative of career development, among other sociopolitical barriers, are theorized to account for this gap (e.
Perhaps for Canadian students of their own history it is easier to remember that geography, chronology, and sociopolitical contexts matter than it is for Americans who study the religious history of the United States.
While Schillebeeckx rejects the false dilemma that unnecessarily places interpersonal and sociopolitical forms of love in competition with each other, (1) he consistently asserts that the offer of salvation from oppression and suffering, communicated by Jesus the Christ and by his praxis of God's inbreaking reign, entails extensive public repercussions for sociopolitical living.
A recent survey conducted by Colombia's central bank shows that more than 75 percent of business leaders believe that the sociopolitical climate is not right for investment.
William expressed that with the environment, social norms, and sociopolitical norms already established for this classroom, it was impossible for him to try to teach in a reform-minded way.
Bell's sociopolitical functionalism finds its most reasonable voice in her perceptive analysis of "political rites" where she argues that, "when ritual is the principal medium by which power relationships are constructed, the power is usually perceived as coming from sources beyond the immediate control of the human community" (129).
Tyasno Sudarto said the violence has broken out because sociopolitical problems have not been handled properly.
We need to expand this approach and this experience on a sociopolitical basis--the one-sided economic dimension typified by the Maastricht Agreement cannot be the only answer.
Increasingly global "elites" are forming a transnational club beyond national allegiance, bending their respective domestic sociopolitical cultures to reflect the political and social requisites of the global free market.