antielite

antielite

(ˌæntɪɪˈliːt)
adj
opposed to elitism
n
a person or group opposed to or outside of the elite
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Duterte is viewed as the antielite candidate who promised to change things for a people already frustrated with the gridlock, inefficiency and corruption of Philippine politics.
Political parties running on antielite, anti-Europe, or anti-immigration platforms have made considerable political strides in virtually all member states of the European Union.
Historians acknowledge this author's Boston Against Busing: Race, Class, and Ethnicity in the 1960s and 1970s [1991] as a path-breaking profile of a movement combining reformist, egalitarian, and antielite tendencies with reactionary overtones.
To further theorize "entertainment value," I propose an instance of a shared "entertainment unconscious," using a Shakespearean template, in the contrary directions of elite and antielite works.
Still others sympathize to a great extent with their anticolonial and antielite aspects but fail to understand them in their own light.
Popular culture, as Gabler notes, tends to be defiantly antielite and (by the 1990s) antipuritanical--as Quayle and Ken Starr (like William Charles Macready) found out.
En fin, que si hubo un "periodo de luchas culturales" --apelando a la terminologia gramsciana-- de "enfrentamientos entre concepciones antagonicas del mundo" y que una de esas concepciones fue manifestada por una especie de antielite intelectual que jugo un papel contradictor, subversivo, desde la condicion de un nucleo provanguardista, aunque su vanguardismo --y en ultimas eso es lo menos importante-- no corresponda plenamente con las categorias basadas en el estudio de algunos movimientos considerados paradigmaticos.
Riding a swelling tide of antielite sentiment, the Indiana KKK, working largely within the Republican party, scored numerous political victories at both the local and state level in 1924.