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embargo

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Synonyms for boycott

to exclude from normal social or professional activities

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a group's refusal to have commercial dealings with some organization in protest against its policies

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In the same vein, in the Southern Serbian province of Kosovo, a majority of Albanian voters who were also agitating for separation via peaceful means like IPOB is doing in Nigeria, boycotted that election.
Specifically, in Brazil, feminists have developed boycott campaigns against sexist companies, as well as gay groups have already boycotted artists who position themselves against the LGBTs' cause.
Moreover, research (e.g., Akpoyomare et al., 2012; Sen et al., 2001) also found that an individual's motivation to participate in a boycott is influenced by his/her perceived success likelihood (such as pro-boycott message frame that demonstrates the likelihood of boycott success), perceived efficacy (the believe that one can contribute greatly to the accomplishment of the collective goal); and cost associated with boycotting (such as the preference for the boycotted products and availability of substitute products).
Hashd al-Shaabi complained that the revenues gained by selling the Saudi-made products in Iraq are spent to support the ISIL terrorist group and killing the Iraqi people, and declared that it has boycotted the goods imported from Saudi Arabia.
I suppose I have unintentionally boycotted Mel Gibson movies, but it's hard to know what I'd do if he ever made another good movie.
The more the boycotted company is made to believe that the boycott continuation will increasingly damage their corporate reputation, the more amenable to settlement will the company become.
The third danger is that Jews themselves could be boycotted. Consider the concentric structure of the original Arab League boycott: first blacklist Israel, then countries that do business with Israel, then companies that do business with companies that do business with Israel.
He was "boycotted" -- no one spoke with him, worked for him, traded with him or even delivered his mail.
Because the United States does not wish to infringe upon the right of any country to choose its own trading partners, the anti-boycott laws do not target primary boycotts, i.e., restrictions on the importation of goods and services originating in the boycotted country into the boycotting countries.
"The first boycotting group is those living abroad who argue that all elections must be boycotted, and the reformist movement must be boycotted, too.
As for Iran, even though I don't believe in boycotting, people believe it deserves to be boycotted until it learns its lesson - that the GCC alliance can't be destroyed by Tehran, Hizbollah or anyone.
Knesset members of settlers and the extreme right proposed the law in response to what they called "anti-Israel actions," when Israeli artists and lecturers boycotted settlements and academic institutions in settlements in the West Bank.
Their criticisms are similar towards BDI which also boycotted the Parliament when it was in the opposition.