communalization


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communalization

the process of communalizing, or forming communes, where property and resources belong to the community and not the individual.
See also: Communalism
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What should worry us all though is the increasing radicalization and communalization of the intellectual space and intolerance of anything remotely resembling dissent or difference of opinion.
These gestures include his decision to contest from Varanasi and not offer a single ticket to Muslim candidate in Uttar Pradesh, marking a shift to a "low intensity" communalization.
He begins by tracing the origins of the quest for minimum living space requirements, the Bolshevik approach to answering it, and how the communalization of apartments led to the Khrushchev design.
Since communalization in 2008 the local authorities and the company Silesian Trams Company have implemented renewal of rolling stock through modernization of tram-cars and major repairs of tracks.
The approach of taking the middle road and combining national policy competence with a continuously growing communalization of the resulting risks threatens to be derailed by its own inconsistency and undermines the incentives for sound budgetary practices and economic policies.
Underlying such a process of communalization, is the weight of a group's shared historical experiences that may corroborate the current realities of its social status and agency.
Not everyone will agree with his choice of the four basic dynamics--fostering the centripetal rather than centrifugal processes of national communication, communalization, indigenization, and the sankofa or renaissance of traditional communication.
Zur ordnungsbildenden Funktion mannlicher Gewalt [Violence as a means of distinction and communalization.
The politics of communalization that had emerged from the Muslim Women Act had two consequences as far as the rights of women were concerned.
From 1958 to early 1962, Mao Zedong led China through "The Great Leap Forward," a period of intense industrialization and agricultural communalization intended to transform the country into an authentically communist society that would economically outpace the capitalist West.
The state used almost all means to prevent "the communalization of the conflict" between Turks and Kurds and separated the PKK from the larger Kurdish issues.