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Synonyms for enmeshment

the condition of being entangled or implicated

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AQAP's focus on enmeshment, covert governance where possible, and jettisoning of a punishment strategy will make it more difficult to combat.
This enmeshment appears to be Jung's blind spot in regards to his inability to reconcile duality, and science and religious experience, in a manner in which Patanjali succeeds.
The core of the book recounts Australia's political and military enmeshment in the ill-fated American effort to prop up successive anti-communist regimes in Saigon from the late 1950s to the early 1970s.
The talk proposes a fourth way of linking the two: an argument that they are both emanating from a similar mode of being, or enmeshment, in the world, what is referred to as 'generalised domestication.
54) The logic of this statement is not that Sparke attempts "to appropriate the body of Christ from the ecclesiastical establishment" so much as he attempts to highlight the church's enmeshment in commercial exchange.
At the enmeshment stage, individuals develop common understandings of one another and of the relationship with people from another culture.
At the other end is the extreme enmeshment in shared delusional disorders.
For example, in confluence, the client and the environment become entangled because the client prefers enmeshment as a method for being accepted by others (Corey, 2009).
Similarly, he regards Jim's flight to Patusan primarily as an escapist fantasy rather than considering its enmeshment in colonial discourse.
Here, educators offer nine essays on how they created their own detournements and used them as audio-visual texts in critical projects in pedagogical situations (mainly in teacher education courses), with the purposes of challenging Hollywood's stereotypes of Native Americans, the racist stereotypes of Latinas in the popular children's book Skippyjon Jones, the omottoo of personal agency in the film Lean on Me, gender identity and stereotypes, the enmeshment of Christianity in capitalism, Waiting for Superman, qualitative research on media sources, and the neoliberal agenda of the charter school movement in New Orleans.
The woman's sin also involves a neglect of responsible dominion and sociability (she gave the fruit to the man); this leads to social enmeshment (her desire is for the dominating man) with a neglect of dominion.
It is Martin's focus on the connection between the body and emotions, on the one hand, and the disconnection between emotions and the intellect, on the other, that defines her study vis-a-vis recent work in affect theory--which posits an enmeshment of body, emotion, and cognition--or, more importantly to Martin, Martha Nussbaum's theory of emotional ethics.
In these essays, we hear the rhythm of running or walking feet, and the enmeshment of song, bodily rhythm, and craft, thus underscoring both the links among acting, materiality, mimetic skill building, and rhythm described by Cornford, as well as the induction of spectators into the rhythm of performance described by Woods.
Rethinking patient care organizations' enmeshment in proprietary systems of image storage will be an important step forward, says Joe Marion, founder and principal at the Waukesha, Wis.