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Synonyms for conservatism

a political or theological orientation advocating the preservation of the best in society and opposing radical changes

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0]: There is no significant linear relation between accrual earnings management and conditional conservatism.
While these developments provoked a great deal of media commentary, a comprehensive scholarly study of the rise of both small "c" and big "c" Canadian conservatism had proven elusive until now.
Critique: Conservatism as a political and social philosophy promotes retaining traditional social institutions.
Norman and Ganesh argue that Britain faces the two great problems of trust and security in the 21st century, and only a compassionate conservatism as expressed by Conservative prime minister David Cameron can provide the understanding of what British society is and could be that is necessary to solve them.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- It would appear that during its 11th year in government the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) has begun the cumbersome process of deciding which style of conservatism it really wants to promote.
The extant literature on cross cultural differences in conservatism finds that a mix of institutional and economic variables influences differences in the level of conservatism across countries.
The campaign has contributed to greater conservatism and intolerance in Muslim communities and countries and in some cases fuelled sectarianism.
Accounting conservatism is widely accepted to be a desirable qualitative characteristic of accounting information (Ball et al, 1968, Ruch & Taylor, 2015).
Republicans' economic conservatism has waned a bit since the early Barack Obama years but is stronger than during the George W.
One of the amendments is the withdrawal of the characteristic prudence, or conservatism, from the condition of reliable representation, being it inconsistent with neutrality, as it promotes asset undervaluation and liability overvaluation (CPC, 2011).
Studies indicate that high levels of BTC can result in excessive conservatism in reported results, which minimizes earnings quality (Atwood et al.
Programs like these have existed for decades, each seeking to promote various strands of the conservatism that was developed in the 1950s in the thought of Russell Kirk, William F.
American Conservatism at the beginning of the twenty-first century)
Capitalism and the Disappearance of Traditional Conservatism
This view of conservatism, later referred to as "paleoconservatism," would subsequently be joined with libertarianism and anticommunism to establish modern conservatism in post-World War II America.