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1 Hamas has survived without dealing with its own vulnerabilities, including its anti-Semitic charter, its disregard for the laws of war, and its propensity for authoritarianism.
2 Christian societies have exhibited great variety in ethos, from mutual love, acceptance, and pacifism on the one hand, to strict authoritarianism and forcible repression of dissent on the other.
3 Firstly, when teachers' authority has triumphed over students 'freedom, it has turned up the phenomenon that the students 'initiative has been encroached on by teachers 'authoritarianism.
4 Herzog and DE Meuron came of age when architects had begun striving to break down the purity of late Modernism, which they saw as a kind of authoritarianism.
5 In years to come I believe we will see this re-emerge, and, just as in Ancient Greece, the intellectuals will generally be on the side of authoritarianism.
6 right and fitting for the president to stand with those demanding an end to authoritarianism and a voice in the making of the laws under which they live.
7 Many believe that authoritarianism is inevitable and necessary at certain stages of economic development.
8 Nowadays, there are some problems in the practice of education, which refers to the weakening of the actual authority of teachers and abundance of authoritarianism of teachers.
9 Welcome to the new world of nationalism, financial power and authoritarianism.
10 of other cultures are subject to their own brand of authoritarianism, and seem, at best, merely to be marshaling a defense against western values.
11 This study shows that the political transition in Russia faced the dual restraints of the external liberal political culture and the traditional internal political authoritarianism.
12 authoritarianism, utilitarianism, elitism and scientism are four important educational ideas which have influenced teaching staff for long.
13 Analyzing the relationship between the new authoritarianism and Huntington's political development theory, we can find the influence and the difference between Huntington and the new authoritarianism.
14 This paper taking South Korean as an example is to discuss the origin of authoritarianism from the angle of the development economics.
15 While revealing the rampant activities of authoritarianism, Mailer also paid attention to the masses who were at the lowest social ladder and under the persecution of the authoritarianism.
16 Chapter 2 expounds the university specialization policy in authoritarianism period.
17 key to handle the authority of teachers is to distinguish between the reasonable authority of teachers and authoritarianism of teachers.
18 We see China slowly following the trajectory of South Korea, Indonesia, Mongolia and other neighbouring countries, away from authoritarianism.
19 However, this definition has the same shortcomings as the definition based on anti-authoritarianism (which is an a posteriori conclusion), anti-statism (anarchism is much more than that) and etymology (which is simply a negation of a ruler).
20 However, high poverty rates and blatant social inequality chiefly stem from persistent authoritarianism, "neo-patrimonial" practices at all levels of the political, administrative, military and economic structures, and of a pervasive corruption.
21 Alan Heimert argues that New Light anti-authoritarianism was essential to furthering democracy in colonial American society, and set the stage for a confrontation with British monarchical and aristocratic rule.
22 Franklin was foundational in defining the American ethos as a marriage of the practical values of thrift, hard work, education, community spirit, self-governing institutions, and opposition to authoritarianism both political and religious, with the scientific and tolerant values of the Enlightenment.
23 One of the most prominent aspects of Tombalbaye's rule to prove itself was his authoritarianism and distrust of democracy.
24 Comparative political scientists Steven Levitsky and Lucan Way have described Cambodia as a "competitive authoritarian regime", a hybrid regime type with important characteristics of both democracy and authoritarianism.
25 O'Higgins alienated liberals and provincials with his authoritarianism, conservatives and the church with his anticlericalism, and landowners with his proposed reforms of the land tenure system.
26 Abolition was often adopted due to political change, as when countries shifted from authoritarianism to democracy, or when it became an entry condition for the EU. The United States is a notable exception: some states have had bans on capital punishment for decades, the earliest being Michigan where it was abolished in 1846, while other states still actively use it today.
27 The research also suggested that while most people are resistant to change, liberals are more tolerant of it. According to psychologist Bob Altemeyer, individuals who are politically conservative tend to rank high in right-wing authoritarianism (RWA) on his RWA scale.
28 However, Chiang presided over purges, political authoritarianism, and graft during his tenure in mainland China, and ruled throughout a period of imposed martial law.
29 Patriarchy is based on authoritarianism—complete obedience or subjection to male authority as opposed to individual freedom.
30 Pei, based on study of a database on worldwide democracies called Polity, agreed with Mesquita and Downs that U.S. intervention efforts usually don't produce real democracies, and that most cases result in greater authoritarianism after ten years.