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Dominate

 

a conventional term sometimes used in historical literature to signify the unlimited monarchy that arose in ancient Rome in the later Empire, beginning in the reign of Diocletian, who ruled from 284 to 305. It is the opposite of the principate, the political system that preserved several republican institutions.

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However, while hostile sexism is marked by a focus on negating women (i.e., dominative paternalism, derogatory beliefs, heterosexual hostility) benevolent sexism hides behind positive attitudes toward women in traditional gender roles (i.e., protective paternalism, idealization of women, and desire for intimate relations).
All authentic Christian spirituality is Christocentric without necessarily being oppressive and dominative.)
During the first and second day of the training we reviewed video recordings on mathematics teaching which show integrative teachers (indirect influence) and dominative teachers (direct influence).
This commitment, however, is increasingly threatened by the dominative logic of "techno-science," in which the utility of knowledge is seen primarily in its technical application.
It is possible to rule if you operate in a dominative way, if you tell people what to do, if you do the propaganda, if you send into labour camps people who don't agree with you, if you police the boundaries.
Subordinate masculinities represent those that undermine the goals of a dominative hegemonic masculinity, with gay and academically inclined men presented as examples due to their association with femininity.
For all his doctrinaire insistence on male predominance, Lawrence was never a crude exponent of machismo; he was, indeed, scathing in his indictment of stock, dominative masculine assertiveness of Gerald's type.
In other words, it is precisely the West's 'Lyotardian' abandonment of the grand narratives (including those of the religious) that has released a backlash: "When reason becomes too dominative ...
that minstrelsy's scurrilous representations of black people were scrupulously authentic." (1) In response to generations of what Lott called "revisionist" critics who thereafter aimed at revealing "minstrelsy's patent inauthenticity, its northern origins, [and] its self-evidently dominative character," (2) W.
The nanostructured coating with 13% porosity shows a bimodal pore size distribution, the dominative pores are the micropores with diameter smaller than 1 [mu]m.
(7) Coercion alone results in only a "limited" or "dominative" hegemony in which the ruling group seeks to neutralize or decapitate the demands of the subaltern group(s).
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