unliberated

unliberated

(ʌnˈlɪbəreɪtɪd)
adj
1. continuing to be bound by traditional sexual and social roles
2. unwilling to accept change in the sexual and social roles of women
Translations

unliberated

adj womenunemanzipiert, nicht emanzipiert; masses, countriesnicht befreit
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This view was later criticized in the Emancipated but Unliberated Women Argument (EUWA), which suggested that while legal reforms could emancipate women, even educated women were still far from being liberated in Turkey (Toprak, 1982).
When Shelley in his "Ode to Liberty" invokes "many a swarming million" of unliberated man (st.
More women have more money and power and scope and legal recognition than we have ever had before; but in terms of how we feel about ourselves physically, we may actually be worse off than our unliberated grandmothers.
Instead of unliberated saintliness and a limply accepted suffocation, her final scene was ferocious, with legs kicking and sheets flying"--just as they would be in real life when she struggled to survive.
The most efficient separation techniques operate on monomineralic particles obtained after crushing and grinding, but obviously this ideal situation can hardly be achieved and most often multiphasic or so-called unliberated particles are present in the process.
In January 1979, the People's Republic of China and the United States of America established formal diplomatic relations, meanwhile PRC "ceased fires on the unliberated coastal islands" which are controlled by the authority in Taiwan.
What the book may suggest today, during post-apartheid, is a significance even closer to Breytenbach's original purpose: that even if living in a politically liberated state, the human mind remains unliberated.
As Profesor Deniz Kandiyoti [School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London] puts it: "Turkish women are emancipated but unliberated.
Pettit is certainly correct in pointing out that Madhyamaka thinkers make a distinction between the self believed in as a result of faulty philosophical thinking, here named the Upanisadic self, and the innate self-clinging common to all unliberated sentient beings.
To me, the fact that we consecrate a month (Black History Month: October in the UK, February in the US) specifically for celebrating the African presence in world history shows how unliberated we are.
Noting how anachronistic the depiction of house-elves as "happy slaves" is compared to the generally liberal values of Rowling's books (McDaniel 184; see also Carey), McDaniel suggests that the house-elves make far more sense when "read" as unliberated house-wives, "constrained within [their] domestic role," rather than as slaves who "embrace their subjugation" (185).
Not only was the journalism school not liberated but academia is almost totally unliberated, except for the handful of women you'll find.