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The fundamental point is that in ethnically divided societies, associational ties are most valuable when they cross ethnic boundaries.
Beaver, (6) the Supreme Court, again gazing through the lens of associational freedom, upheld an Oklahoma statute that prevented a political party from allowing voters registered with other parties to vote in its primary, dismissing arguments that the statute burdened the associational freedoms of both the party and the voters.
designed to deepen associational bonds and had no real link to violence
He highlighted the need to separate politics from associational work, "so that it does not spoil it.
No doubt the associational test will itself be tested because it hinges on present-day understandings of cohesiveness and communal acts.
This relational validation is a standard technique in organizational studies and was first proposed by the pioneering work of Cronbach and Meehl (1955) and follows the associational relationships as drawn from a specific context.
Much the same goes for the treatment of associational life in Chapter 7.
The fact that the setbacks to associational rights are so often due to calculated state action is the most disturbing finding of the study.
Established in 1970 by a group of IBM employees in the New York metropolitan area, the credit union provides cost-effective savings, checking, loan and credit card products to a membership that includes Manhattan-based IBM employees and a number of other employee and associational groups in the New York metropolitan area.
But Aaslestad substantiates this discourse of decadence by examining changes in associational life; rational, civic-minded sociability generally yielded to one of pleasure devoid of public purpose.
Across fifty-six such vignettes, which exist tenuously between memory and dream and move with a kind of associational logic, Hafftka, an accomplished neo-expressionist artist for the past thirty years, catapults us, with this collection, his first venture with narrative, into a fairytale world of Jungian imagery charged with Freudian implication, a symbolic landscape of winding staircases, stone towers, lush fields, quaint cottages, and forbidding forests.
Blogging can be a powerful promoter of creative, intuitive, and associational thinking.
A proper associational experience must be intensely personal.
I argue that the concern was that the surveillance at issue affected associational freedom.
Unfortunately, Ferguson points out, the associational vitality that so marked out America in Tocqueville's mind as quite different from much of western Europe (especially his native France) has been in decline for some time.
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