alienation


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Synonyms for alienation

the act of estranging or the condition of being estranged

serious mental illness or disorder impairing a person's capacity to function normally and safely

a making over of legal ownership or title

Synonyms for alienation

the feeling of being alienated from other people

separation resulting from hostility

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(law) the voluntary and absolute transfer of title and possession of real property from one person to another

the action of alienating

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Jaeggi's phenomenological approach in this part of the book is imaginative and nuanced, giving tangible content to the abstract account of alienation proposed in part one.
Interestingly, no significant differences exist between different generations and their level of alienation.
Yadav and Nagle [24] the alienation from work knows a kind mental state in individual that person feels no belonging to his own work and this issue is help to decrese the job satisfaction.
The theoretical background of work alienation can be traced back to Marx (1844) and Weber (1930).
We should be worried about the alienation of the migrant male who finds himself in an economically hopeless rat hole
Forty years on, I'd argue that the biggest threat to human dignity is in a new kind of alienation - the alienation felt by those who need the help of benefits to survive and find themselves arguably being demonised by some sections of society.
New Delhi: Concerned over the perception of discrimination and alienation among the Muslim community, the 12th Five Year Plan document has pitched for innovative steps to reach the benefits of government schemes to needy persons of the minority community.
When the terrorist PKK's merciless pressure and the BDP's devilish efforts to confuse the minds of our Kurdish citizens and lure them by exploiting all sorts of problems and troubles were added to the AKP's increased indifference, the alienation of our Kurdish citizens was further exacerbated.
All PPP infrastructure projects - roads, railways, ports, civil aviation and metros - have some element of land alienation as the project is often built on government-owned land.
Smashing Pumpkins' frontman Billy Corgan says the theme of alienation is behind the band's latest album Oceania.
Alienation will also feature works by interdisciplinary artists Akram Zaatari, Abdulnasser Gharem, Walid Siti, Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Sama Alshaibi and Faycal Baghriche.
The major achievement of the Soviet bureaucracy was total alienation of the individual from the decision-making process, and from any participation in the life of society.
RABAT, November 16, 2011 (TUR) - Turkey's foreign minister said on Wednesday that Syria was obliged to face alienation in the region as it had not accepted Arab League's proposals.
Further such alienation would be funded by the taxpayer.
Abidin's artwork explores concepts of cultural alienation, gender and war through a humorous approach, which plays with stereotypical occidental ideas of the East.