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egalitarian

of, relating to, or upholding the doctrine of the equality of mankind and the desirability of political, social, and economic equality
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This is a notion which, as usually presented, can create a little static within an approach which--as in the Green Paper's version--is linked to Labor's equalitarian heritage.
In the former regime, the corporate governance structures reflect the equalitarian tendencies in German-type societies: for instance, the shareholder is not very dominant, labour has an institutional participation role and the banking industry has a key controlling function.
In North America, European settlers resolved the issue of equalitarian power-sharing with non-Europeans, despite the impressive Bill of Rights, by full-scale massacres of native Americans.
Families are now less patriarchal, patrilineal, patrilocal and polygynous; they have become more equalitarian, monogamous, bilateral and conjugal (Korman and Leslie, 1985).
Referenda may be a step in the right direction, but they pale by comparison to the vastly more democratic and equalitarian possibilities of jury hearings.
Research has demonstrated that members of collectivistic societies, such as ethnic Chinese communities, prefer equalitarian allocations, whereas individualistic nationals, such as U.
It was equalitarian in that Aborigines were granted citizenship rights which allowed them equal and individual access to their welfare entitlements.
Safilios-Rothschild (1969) used a five-point scale (wife-dominant, wife-prevalent, equalitarian, husband-prevalent, and husband-dominant); Hempel (1974) used a three-point scale (mainly husband, mainly wife, and joint), further subdividing the "joint" into syncratic and autonomic; Green and Cunningham (1980) and Green et al.
By concentrating on the Kikuyu (I will continue in my review to use her version `Kikuyu' instead of the more commonly used `Gkiuyu') she analyses ethnographies by Routledge, Cagnolo, Leakey and Kenyatta, Muriuki and subsequent writings on the Mau Maul Through these lens she probes two major themes: the Kikuyu as a harmonious little community and the Kikuyu as an equalitarian community.
This preliminary study compares aspects of validity for Carr's[2] Motivational Gravity Scenario Scale (MGSS) and for Feather's[6] Tall Poppy Scale (TPS), within a reportedly equalitarian Australian work context[10].
We must acknowledge that, despite educators' equalitarian rhetoric, public schools were neither conceived in, nor often operated in accord with, any ideal of religious fairness.
But her reconceptualization of family intimacy dismisses equalitarian couples, whether same-sex or unmarried, because they follow the husband-wife pattern in form, if not content.