ostracism


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Synonyms for ostracism

Synonyms for ostracism

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

Synonyms for ostracism

the state of being banished or ostracized (excluded from society by general consent)

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the act of excluding someone from society by general consent

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" Martinelli may have felt that the managers were ignoring or ostracizing him after he lodged the complaint against Seznec but mere rudeness or ostracism is insufficient to establish a retaliation claim under a theory of hostile or abusive work environment.
Hales and his team created several different scenarios to see how people reacted when those basic needs were threatened by ostracism. "In order to restore those needs, people can engage in a variety of behaviours.
In their review of the scientific literature, Vveinhardt and Kuklyte (2017) recognize several forms of negative work relationships including discrimination, social ostracism, mobbing, and favoritism among others.
In Africa, including Gambia, childless women still suffer discrimination, stigma, and ostracism. An inability to have a child or to become pregnant can result in significant isolation, disinheritance or assaults; this often results in divorce or physical and psychological violence.
"By shutting down media, ignoring court orders and charging peaceful opponents with treason, he [Uhuru] is dangerously raising tensions in an already polarised society and inviting ostracism for his government," the editorial states.
" He pointed out "the victories achieved by Iraq at the military level in the face of the terrorist Daesh, and at the political level when the unity of Iraq became a conviction of all and a guarantee of their interests in a constitutional Iraq as well as the victory of the community, which is comparable to victory over the victory and the victory of sectarianism and racial ostracism," noting that "the last challenge is the challenge of building the state and institutions and providing services and that Iraq will succeed in the fourth challenge to be the culmination of all victories.
There's a lot to cover here--the ostracism these people feel from their former communities, their attempts to carve out a new life, and the political power that religious groups can wield.
Using social exchange and the Conservation of Resources (COR) theory, we propose a serial mediation model including despotic leadership, negative core self-evaluation, workplace ostracism, and knowledge hoarding.
Maryam and her siblings, Eleazar and Marta, experience the shame and ostracism this brings.
''Girls added that fears of ostracism, cultural expectations and punishment for relatives acted as barriers against them speaking out.
Some specific subjects addressed are honor among antebellum Southern college students, gossip and ostracism, honor and manhood in Southern evangelicalism, honor and credit reporting in antebellum Charleston, and literary treatments of the Southern duel.
A haredi man from London told a family court judge that his 9-year-old daughter was facing ostracism from their community after her mother took her to eat at a non-kosher McDonald's fast-food restaurant, and to a mixed-sex gymnastics class.
Subjected to prolonged public ostracism and persistent media harassment, she left Croatia in 1993.
WASHINGTON -- The role of ostracism in overall poor health outcomes in service personnel is a growing concern, according to a panel of military experts.
"This lifelong ostracism facilitates cascading negative outcomes in education, employment and in interaction with the criminal justice system.