antiauthoritarian


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opposed to authoritarianism

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Ramnath M (2011) Decolonizing Anarchism: An Antiauthoritarian History of India's Liberation Struggle.
Graffiti scholars often talk about the solidarities formed amongst a global graffiti subculture, united by their commitment to free and public art and their anticapitalist, anticonsumerist, antiauthoritarian ethos (McCormick et al., 2010; Schacter, 2010).
I'm not a joiner; I'm rebellious, antiauthoritarian, and cannot abide by rules, yet I feel at home in this group.
As Paul Avrich writes, 'Anticoercive and antiauthoritarian, [the Modern School] stressed the dignity and rights of the child, encouraging warmth, love, and affection in place of conformity and regimentation" (7-8).
This search led to workers, especially young workers who might be expected to share the cultural-revolutionary assumptions of the antiauthoritarian revolt.
New antiauthoritarian therapies that emerged in the second half of the 20th century considered clients as the ultimate authority in line with the proverb, "the customer is always right." Although Kvale (2003) analyzed humanistic therapies as examples of these new types of therapies, personal construct therapy (PCT) fits this quite well, too.
Now comes Pussy Riot, with the same name in English and Russian, advocating a feminist, antipatriarchal, and antiauthoritarian ideology.
Kesey comes across as someone who was intelligent enough to sense imminent cultural changes: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest "perfectly captured the antiauthoritarian pulse of the times" (p.
His antiauthoritarian vision cut across the normal categories of left and right.
Arico identifies a disconnect between Latin America and Marxism, and finds its origins in Marx's writings, rather than in Marxism itself, spotlighting particularly Marx's antiauthoritarian and anti-Bonapartist political prejudice (from which viewpoint he analyzed Simon Bolivar), and argues that it negatively influenced Marx's view of Latin America itself.
Gifford reveals how Goines simultaneously worked within the confines of mass-market publishing and also actively attempted to transform the political and affective power of the genre in his assertion that "Goines nevertheless transformed the pimp narrative into a story of black radicalism, thereby making the antiwhite, antiauthoritarian politics of the pimp autobiography an explicit part of this literary scene" (95).
base and spurious," proclaimed one abolitionist minister in 1832, "[if] not united with benevolence for men." (164) At the same time, the presence of enslaved persons in the pews highlighted and challenged the antiauthoritarian assumptions of lay empowerment.
Another question is whether the authors' own antiauthoritarian sensibilities are reliable guides to what the liberal values of freedom and equality might mean under Zambia's historical conditions.
This weakened credibility intensifies antiauthoritarian attitudes, rumor, and manipulation on microblogs.
Both right-wing votaries of the clash of civilizations as well as more progressively inclined critics of humanism miss out, Said argues, on what has long been characteristic of all cultures, namely "that there is a strong streak of radical antiauthoritarian dissent in them." (49)