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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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Although friendship and comradeship are distinct forms of interaction, the dominant approach consistent with the literature appears to be comradeship.
The group that middlers are joining in the practice of comradeship is that of men within a specific culture.
This research also tests whether friendship and comradeship are different and distinct forms of personal relationships expressed in purposeful interaction.
Working within a gender relations framework, I seek to determine whether support can be found for demonstrating that friendship and comradeship are separate and distinct forms of interaction rather than expressions of some normative role or biologically determined sex-related behaviors.
Having chosen to work with a seemingly homogenous group of men, middlers, I seek to determine whether variation exists among them as to their practice of friendship, its dimensions, and comradeship.
Finally, if validation of the constructs of hegemonic complicity, friendship, and comradeship is determined, I test the hypothesis that middlers whose identity is more complicit with hegemonic masculinity will tend to practice comradeship while those whose identity is less complicit will tend to practice friendship both in general or in specific instances.
I recognize that the assumed causal ordering of hegemonic complicity leading to comradeship or friendship, or identity leading to interaction, is simplistic.
In subsequent analysis, the highest loading items of the two friendship factors loaded on one principal factor, but the highest loading comradeship items did not.
Comradeship is a style of interacting, a form of personal relationships distinct from Friendship that middlers know, know how to perform, and may choose to engage in in varying degrees.