Other extreme forms of activity may border upon civil disobedience and be interpreted as confrontationist
, potentially violent, and a serious challenge to the stability of a political system.
The new government dismantled the confrontationist
policies against neighbouring states and unveiled a policy that sought national resilience through economic development.
Is Lawrence expressing his own opinion when he says, `The Aboriginal community in the Park is factionalised, confrontationist
and undergoing major internal reinterpretation of roles and responsibilities and the control of resources and finances' (p.
Girls in school are less likely than boys to take a confrontationist
approach when they are placed in the situation of having to accept a humiliated subservient role in relation to teachers and academically "bright" pupils, but some young women do, and the results for girls are equally educationally disastrous (Walker, 1993).
There is not yet a confrontationist
culture in ANZSYS, although it does occur from time to time.
Australia was about to go through an (unintelligent) Thatcherite experiment several years before Thatcher came to power in the UK as the Fraser government from 1975 on cumulatively introduced monetarist policies combined with an ugly confrontationist
approach between government, capital and labour.
How can measurements be put into place to enhance the transfer of improvements from the private sector to the public sector within a less confrontationist
This is well-documented in Campus Wars 'account of the movement at SUNY-Buffalo, where one of the most vocal confrontationist
leaders of SUNY-Buffalo SDS and the Buffalo Draft Resistance Union (BDRU) was an FBI informer and agent provocateur.
The Admiralty and the Colonial Office (and its extension, the High Commission in Baghdad) favored a forceful and confrontationist
policy with France, whereas the Foreign Office and the British embassy in Paris tended to view the pipeline less as a prize to be won and more as a problem to be managed in order to reach the broader goal of Anglo-French understanding.
Unlike its predecessors, which adopted confrontationist
policies towards the syndicates, the Mubarak regime has allowed the syndicates a good measure of autonomy and freedom.
We had come to the brink of self-destruction with confrontationist
27) This confrontationist
stance emerged again in a long-running struggle with the teachers' unions.