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consociation

a climax vegetation in which one species is dominant, e.g. oakwood, as opposed to ASSOCIATION where there are several dominant species.
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It was this that these groups sought to achieve through their demands for federation and consociation.
A consociation map unit (Pil) which encompassed the maximum surface of the area was selected from the existing detailed soil map (Table 1).
2011), Governing Ethnic Conflict: Consociation, Identity, and the Price of Peace.
O'Leary, Iraq's Constitution of 2005: Liberal Consociation as
Again the same mistake was made instead of opting for a federal form of government and a consociation type of executive power elite decided in favor of highly centralized unitary government with a strong central rule.
The people of Kashmir today are in a dilemma between consociation and coercion.
hierarchy, in effect, will be replaced by interdependence, and consociation would imply the existence of an organic core that meets the deeply felt biological needs for care, cooperation, security, and love.
8) The main difference between the two is that a 'corporate consociation accommodates groups according to ascriptive criteria, and rests on the assumption that group identities are fixed, and that groups are both internally homogeneous and externally bounded', while 'liberal .
Governing ethnic conflict; consociation identity, and the price of peace.
Partition, consociation, border-crossing: some lessons from the national conflict in Ireland/Northern Ireland.
Indiscreetly spilling secrets of public moment and private minutiae into "the public ear," Hazlitt's "liberty to digress" is an integral element of his "familiar" style, and here it becomes a way to articulate a modern perception of abundance and complexity in forms of communication and consociation to transgressions of race, gender, and class.
The concept Africana is derived from the philosophy of the 'African continuum and African consociation,' which posits fundamental interconnections in the global black experience.