clientship


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clientship

(ˈklaɪəntʃɪp)
n
the state of being a client
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Many intellectuals have rejected, for some time, the ills of clientship, nepotism, and taking refuge and strength in religious sects and feudal politics.
Clientship: a state of being under the protection of a patron."
NEWBURY, THE COHESION OF OPPRESSION: CLIENTSHIP AND ETHNICITY IN RWANDA,
The emphasis of these studies has generally been on East African slavery as avariant of clientship. In contrast to the Atlantic slave trade, these clients, while considered washenzi or 'barbarians' of non-Swahili origin, were not considered private property (Eastman 1988; Glassman 1991; 2011; Pouwels 1987; 1991).
Pakistan's long IMF clientship provides some insights into this accuracy.
Aunque en ingles se utiliza el termino clientelism, a menudo tambien se utilizan political machine, machine politics, clientage o clientship, especialmente para los estudios que versan sobre este fenomeno politico en los Estados Unidos, el cual fue particularmente notorio entre 1875 y 1950.