He added: "This excludes, and indeed alienates
, the people of Northern Ireland.
It's their objectionable behaviour that alienates
them from us.
Gardner observed, in the conduct of numerous custody evaluations of children, that divorcing families shared common characteristics which he designated parental alienation syndrome, (1) in which one parent, an alienating parent, alienates
the child or children from a targeted parent.
At its most didactic, feminist art alienates
the male portion of its audience; but when it entices, it's at women's expense.
Bush has also learned from his father's experience that siding with scientists gains him little politically, and often alienates
With that, Hahn alienates
another constituency that was key to his election: Valley voters.
He argues that since the Pill alienates
men and women from their own fertility, it inevitably alienates
them from each other.
It would be easy to give a Marxist view of this episode: that the new impersonal cash and commodity exchange economy alienates
family members from each other and creates a society of isolated selfish individuals.
In the April/May 1996 issue of LawNow, our family law columnist, Rosemarie Boll, wrote about the Parental Alienation Syndrome, in which one parent consciously or subconsciously, alienates
a child from the other parent through the expression of disapproval, criticism or denigration.