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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The global body previously documented the use of administrative detention by the occupying forces where a person was held without a charge or trial to 'curb political mobilization'.
The essays discuss Latino/a elected officials and officeholders at the state and federal levels, Latino/a mayors, and Latino/a political mobilization and voter turnout.
Their remarks are likely affected by the extreme group's political mobilization, according to political insiders.
This postwar economic model overlapped with a peculiar political economy incentivizing cronyism, an endemic corruption organically connected to the Taif Accord's power-sharing arrangement with its massive sectarian redistributive policies and political mobilization along mainly sectarian lines.
August 8, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - The 3rd organizational forum of the political mobilization secretariat at the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) on Tuesday has recommended nominating President Omer al-Bashir for the 2020 presidential elections.
We need more political mobilization and less structures, institutions, and hierarchal forms of leadership.
However, among the lowest 20% this figure drops to around 71%, pointing to shortcomings in the political mobilization of the worst-off, the OECD says.
It tells-with ease and fluid prose-the complicated but important story of Nigeria's state-society development in the context of, in interaction with, and in antagonistic and agonistic relationships with religious forces.Vaughan argues that religious forces are decisive within the process of state formation, civic association, political mobilization, and political culture in Nigeria.
In chapter four, he shows how the Atrato River is a key resource for political mobilization of newly-formed community councils that, far more than being mere administrative bodies, are complex spaces of negotiation between capitalists, the state, and residents.
Thus, the book attempts to answer these questions by offering a systematic analysis of hip hop and politics in the Obama era and beyond via 14 chapters as scholars and activists offer new perspectives on hip hop's role in political mobilization, grassroots organizing, campaign branding, and voter turnout, as well as the ever-changing linguistic, cultural, racial, and gendered dimensions of hip hop in the U.S.
The reports included a report on the participation of the party in the National Dialogue Conference at different committees during previous stage, besides a report of the Secretary of the Secretariat of Political Mobilization, Hassan Al-Nour, about the tours to the states to stand on the implementation of the party's reform document reform party and the participation of the party with other parties and the societal organizations in formulating the state's national strategy of the country that will be issued at the conclusion of the political and societal dialogue.
The book's unifying theme is political mobilization and violence during those years, both by political groups and guerrilla organizations in 1969-1976 and repressive state and para-state forces that opposed and finally crushed them.