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indifferent

Biology
a. (of cells or tissues) not differentiated or specialized
b. (of a species) not found in any particular community
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This proves that government and administration are showing apathy towards the affectees.
The Archbishop went on to blame voter apathy on a general cynicism about politics and politicians and also the loss of a sense of community.
Voter apathy is a silent protest against a system in desperate need of improvement.
It was only due to voting apathy by the men and women that the militants got in because they knew people wouldn't turn out to vote.
For the study, each participant underwent an MRI scan and answered questions that measured apathy symptoms, which can include lack of emotion, lack of interest, giving up activities and interests, choosing to stay at home and lacking energy.
I am looking for the tipping point out of apathy into caring and leading.
The soul-mate to ignorance (I don't know) in a democracy is apathy (I don't care).
Apathy risks giving the power to sack Chief Constables to meddling oddballs and extremists.
But whether it's lack of time, attention spans decreasing, or a general apathy towards reading, the fact that almost a quarter of us only manage to read a book when we're on holiday really is quite a sad state of affairs," he said.
So, if our missing 21 million would show up at the polls, send in absentee ballots, and vote early, we could win this war on apathy and claim America back for her good and ours.
Let's personalize it a bit, and talk about someone you've not heard of, but who is a near real as you can get: Captain Apathy.
Apathy slowly advances At first, it seems like a warm embrace It seems so easy It's a comforting hug after a hard day at work when I feel that I have been through the physical, mental and emotional wringer Complacency calms me in my self-doubt Then the tentacles squeeze a little tighter and my muscles begin atrophy I become weak I lose my ability to move, to act The tentacles reach up and cover my mouth, smothering my ability to speak out Next my ears and eyes are covered, dulling the senses Apathy has made me impotent.