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of or relating to associations or associationism

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Instead, French parlements were a better method of protecting local associational liberty against a central government's desire for uniformity.
Leonard calls the "ever evolving tension between local church autonomy and associational cooperation," Baptists questioned, debated, and discerned women's ordination.
Therefore, the book aims to reconcile these concepts through a theoretical analysis that is based on an associational critique of neoliberalism.
3 the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts ("SJC") considered whether employer liability should extend to associational discrimination based on handicap.
This question is seen through the lens of gender and associational culture, and Hendley asserts that such organizations "succeeded when they were able to move away from the pre-war model of activist partisanship and embrace a post-war associational culture that was more non-partisan and domestically orientated" (6).
Associational resistance (AR) occurs when there is a reduction in herbivore load or attack rate on a plant species growing in a mixed community relative to the herbivore load on that species when grown in monoculture.
According to Professor Linda Pagani of the University of Montreal and the CHU Sainte-Justine children's hospital, this is the first time ever that a stringently controlled associational birth cohort study has looked at and found a relationship between too much toddler screen time and kindergarten risks for poor motor skills and psychosocial difficulties, such as victimization by classmates.
Scholars of industrial relations, labor studies, political science, sociology, and other fields explore the ways that transnational unionism is shaped by the exercise of structural and associational power.
In spite of periodic state intervention and crackdowns, students and faculty were generally accorded relative associational and intellectual freedom.
Different modes of corporate associational cognition call for different forms of governance in order to satisfy the fundamental requirement of self-governance.
The Ninth and Eleventh Circuits have found the indicia of membership to be sufficient to convey associational standing on P& A agencies.
Similarly, humanists imported the idea of societas from antiquity in order to reform associational life.
Utah Air Quality Board, (12) a case that generated far less press coverage than Shurtleff but is equally illustrative of Chief Justice Durham's impact on state constitutional issues, the Utah Supreme Court addressed and clarified its approach to associational standing under the Utah Constitution.
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