sociopolitical


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sociopolitical

of, relating to, or involving both political and social factors
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These days, we are going through delicate, complicated sociopolitical developments brought about by conflicting interests and contradictions between the people and
Through survey data collected from over 1,400 Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific Islander gay and bisexual men who took part in the Social Justice Sexuality Survey--a survey that measures the experiences of LGBT people of color (POC)--this paper explores how a sense of belonging is related to levels of sociopolitical involvement.
But Stutzman's sociopolitical, virtually atheological version of Jesus' kingdom (as helpful as his nine appeals on pp.
The present study sought to contribute to the theoretical understanding of UDO by exploring the relationships among UDO, cognitive complexity, and sociopolitical advocacy in counselor trainees.
Sociopolitical inequities in access to resources, in addition to a range of sociopolitical barriers (Blustein et al., 2005), may explain this discrepancy between aspirations and expectations, which has been labeled the aspiration-expectation gap.
The purpose of this study is to examine whether the Young Peoples Project, as a community-based math and social justice organization for youth, contributes to the math, academic, sociopolitical, ethnoracial identity, and positive youth development of participants.
In Drones, Clones And Alpha Babes: Retrofitting Star Trek's Humanism, Post-9/11, Professor Relke examines the popular Star Trek franchise and its impact upon popular culture media, revealing how the Star Trek narrative stories have influenced cultural values in the United States, including American sociopolitical and sociocultural landscapes pre- and post-9/11.
It would be more accurately positioned as a sociopolitical system.
Sociopolitical allegory aside, Fisher transforms black-and-white photographs into paintings, sometimes with more emphatic gestures than at other times, but always with an awareness of the peculiarities of the medium.
However, all Americans are not created equal--in a sociopolitical sense, that is.
Makani Themba-Nixon, executive director of the nonprofit Praxis Project, wondered if an overemphasis on genomic research could obscure the importance of sociopolitical considerations such as links between environmental pollutants and health.