Questions are taboo and, unsurprisingly, children are lulled into a world of conformism
where they lap up whatever they are told.
The result was that David began to question democratic conformism
by generating awareness among his congregations.
The Son Of Bigfoot coasts along on a gentle wave of empowerment, family unity and defiant individuality in the face of conformism
As the dust settled down, the exuberance of catering to a working class-inspired avant-garde sentiment was gradually replaced by conformism
to the regimented and strictured proforma of a Stalinist order.
It displays an abject lack of self-respect and mindless conformism
if you are prepared to be made to feel horribly uncomfortable at the whim of hidebound fools.
To understand the widespread conformism
and traditionalism among youngsters in Russia and Ukraine and in Central European countries like Poland or the Czech Republic, the book is structured in four sections, all shedding different lights on phenomena of youth culture, primarily in the form of involvement in social or political movements as well as literature, music, or sports.
She mentions several cases of cultural conformism
or intolerance of artistic expression in the cultural field, citing as one example the Padilla affair and its negative consequences.
A radical in his own right, Orange River Records recording artist and multi-instrumentalist Andre Akinyele has defied stereotypical genres to focus on his diverse musicality, a conscious rejection of mainstream conformism
In the more populous south, self-serving elitism grew out church-imposed conformism
But the real threat, I think, is conformism
Afghanistan's history is full of conformism
starting from failed revolutionary Hejab revealing acts of King Amanullah to wearing European dress styles during deceased monarch up to communist regime.
For Arendt, modern equality is antithetical to freedom and is the equivalent of conformism
to a despotic regime.