social sanctions

social sanctions

the measures used by a society to enforce its rules of acceptable behavior.
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The celebration of this day draws attention to the millions who still suffer from social, economic, religious exclusion and are subjected to racial prejudice, based on social sanctions that do not allow individuals with defining characteristics -- based on their gender, race, ability, religious practice -- to pursue their goals and accomplish their dreams.
Thus, expressions of negative propriety of social sanctions on the person of BUHARI, in terms of being 'a coupist', 'a Jailor', 'killer', etc.
The publishing came after Ben Haim petitioned to the High Court to stop the Rabbinical Court from publishing his details and photos and imposing religious and social sanctions on him.
They placed the afterbirth of a camel on his back while he prayed, and they boycotted him and his tribe until the social sanctions became unbearable.
Furthermore, the theory of spiral of silence proposed an assumption that the majority would impose social sanctions to those who express unpopular opinions (Oshagan, 1996), however, this process would be moderated in CMC setting, for it precludes numbers of social cues through which the normative influence individuals' willingness to speak out and social context convey formality (Burgoon, Buller, & Woodall, 1989; Kiesler, Siegel, & Mcquire, 1984; McDevitt, Kiousis, & Wahl-Jorgesen, 2003).
ISLAMABAD -- President Mamnoon Hussain has said that corruption is one of the major hurdles in social development and economic prosperity and stressed the need for accountability of the corrupt by application of law and social sanctions.
In two multi-part studies, the PI investigated the economic forces underlying the religious provision of social insurance, social sanctions, social conservatism, and the economic incentives that give rise to gender violence, sexual harassment, and regulation of the private domain.
Social sanctions for violating norms often involve stigma, or diminished social standing, and this can mean fewer opportunities to trade, reduced access to mates or food, less security and protection from other members of a group, and (in extreme cases) threats of physical harm.
23) With regard to the executive function, a rule enforced by informal social sanctions such as gossip and escalating self-help is a social norm, (24) whereas a rule enforced by police action and a prison sentence is a legal rule.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Social sanctions will be necessary alongside legal measures if domestic violence is to be curbed in Turkey, according to experts from a number of fields who gathered at a conference of the Journalists and Writers Foundation (GYV) in ystanbul on Sunday, marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
In drama, from Ibsen through Strindberg to Pirandello and in the novel from Fontane through James and Proust to Mann, the imperatives of desire and the sense that at root we are sexual beings erased the legitimacy of many social sanctions.
Indeed in the most dramatic case examined, which involves sorcery accusations leveled at a man with a prestigious job overseas, a public attempt at denying the gossip and confronting the gossipers, ends in further social sanctions for the accused, which are justified by the fact that he angrily denied the initial accusations of his misdeeds.

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