political mobilization

political mobilization

the aggregation and deployment of people and resources by the STATE (e.g. see EISENSTADT), or by a POLITICAL PARTY or SOCIAL MOVEMENT.
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In an anthropological research on the political mobilization of Palestinians in Nazareth Illit, Rabinowitiz (1994) [24] illuminates that vividly.
Hasan argues that the failure of the state to change the material and social conditions of marginalized sectors of society and the exclusion of these groups from the Congress Party's centralized power structure led to the independent political mobilization of mew social constituencies.
Using a comparative analysis of both past and recent American and British evangelical activism, Soper's discussion hinges on the fundamental claim "that evangelical political mobilization and activism cannot be understood unless the content and meaning of their ideology is plumbed" (p.
In this view, the breakdown of large-scale industrial production has rendered class less important as a primary identity, and people find other identities--like race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or age--to be more meaningful bases for political mobilization.
Wade sparked political mobilization and fired its ascendency.
The lack of such an organized base hindered the political mobilization of St.
Their topics include coalition era starts, the Gujarat riot and the incumbent government, the top-driven Congress campaign for political mobilization, the election campaign and the manifesto and subtle articulation of political messages, the role of social media in political mobilization, and reinventing political communication--the Modi interlude.
In the agenda also include dialogue with other political parties and former detainees as well as political mobilization and report on humanitarian situation in areas held by the Movement.
24 (SUNA)- The Secretary of Political Mobilization at Abyei Department of the National Congress, Shol Muwen, has welcomed the agreement signed Monday in Juba between Sudan and South Sudan State on the four freedoms (ownership, movement, residence and work).
An-Nahar Cabinet to endorse appointment mechanism to bolster supervisory commissions and gives priority to public sector employees Amal and Hizbullah duo launch the "uncontested election alliance" and political mobilization to draw near with the delay.
She demonstrates, for example, how the state-centered paradigm of proponents of an institutional definition of politics and behaviorists' restrictive focus on interest groups, parties, and elites converged to render invisible 150 years of political mobilization in the women's movement.
Moreover, he argued that al-Jihad's work must focus on social and political mobilization that develops a national, popular Islamic opposition to Zionist trends within the Palestinian Authority.