is an anthropological concept where the state recognises
It was this that these groups sought to achieve through their demands for federation and consociation
. In doing so, they demanded what Charles Taylor (1993:190) refers to as an "equal hearing," arguing that the views of Scots and French Canadians should have the same legitimacy as the majority, and to ensure this there had to be a better fit between political institutions and popular sovereignty.
Mean values obtained for seeding speed--V (km [h.sup.-1]), slippage in percentage of front (PRD) and rear wheels (PRT), mean traction force--FT (KN) and mean power on drawbar--PB (kW) in the consociation
system of Urochloas with maize in different modalities of seeding Treatments V PRD PRT Forages Modalities U.
89v/ And the advantage of Consociation
(p) makes the Communication of the good of (a) one to another more ready, facile and usefull, and by this meanes one Man is (b) as it were mortis'd into another and contiguated (29) by the comunication of offices and supplying of wants each of other; (c)
In this light, Brett ends not with Hobbes but with Johannes Althusius and Juan de Salas, who conceptualize politics in terms of "consociation
" or respublica.
and Federation: Conceptual and Empirical Links." Canadian Journal of Political Science, 121(3), 499-515.
map unit (Pil) which encompassed the maximum surface of the area was selected from the existing detailed soil map (Table 1).
These fugitive allusions suggest one understanding of the "consociation
/ of idiosyncrasies" that doesn't seem quite up to paying the rent, the ghosts that "ribbon" through the torpor of institutional life.
(2011), Governing Ethnic Conflict: Consociation
, Identity, and the Price of Peace.
O'Leary, Iraq's Constitution of 2005: Liberal Consociation
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.