protagonism


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protagonism

the actions and qualities of a protagonist. — protagonist, n.
See also: Behavior
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.protagonism - active support of an idea or cause etc.protagonism - active support of an idea or cause etc.; especially the act of pleading or arguing for something
support - aiding the cause or policy or interests of; "the president no longer has the support of his own party"; "they developed a scheme of mutual support"
drumbeat - a vehement and vociferous advocacy of a cause; "the warmongers kept up their drumbeat on Iraq"
insistency, insistence - the act of insisting on something; "insistence on grammatical correctness is a conservative position"
urging - the act of earnestly supporting or encouraging
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Such protagonism really is a lack of confidence in the one main protagonist at work in the world, and I repeat again, that is the Holy Spirit.
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The film's action revolves around the Captain (Fosco Giachetti), whose protagonism and exemplary behavior mark him as the positive male model in the film.
According to Funes, this has given farmers the liberating feeling of being owners of the land they work by giving them real protagonism in decision-making processes, which has resulted in increased productivity.
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simply reviving the case in question but also their own protagonism.
Atwood challenges Moodie's writing of early Canadian national history by giving protagonism and dignity to a character belonging to an immigrant group to which Moodie denied both things and which suffered from an especially liminal and marginal status in national terms, of which Grace herself is aware: "I did indeed come from the North of Ireland; though I thought it very unjust when they wrote down that both of the accused were from Ireland by their own admission.
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a) <<Generative use>> of knowledge; social and based on the protagonism and activity of the student.