antielitism

antielitism

(ˌæntɪɪˈliːtɪzəm)
n
the state of being opposed to elitism
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Salazar (who is the son of the formidable historian Zeus Salazar), recently identified that 'the trouble and the danger is the direction which anticolonialism and antielitism has taken in the Philippines...
Responding to this variety in antielitism sentiments in populist discourse, four types of populist communication can be placed into this core category: antiestablishment, antieconomic elites, antiexperts, and antimedia populism.
The 1960s and 1970s were seeing the rise of a white ethnic revival that transcended former European national and religious divisions and combined antimodernism, antielitism, cultural conservatism, and class-based grievances against the civil rights conquests made by other ethnoracial groups.
American idyll; academic antielitism as cultural critique.
In the re-created Playboy conversations, Byrne might aim Brechtian distantiation against Playboy's seductive utopianism, and, conversely, Playboy's antielitism against avant-garde obscurantism, but the resulting work does not collapse into a void of pure negative criticality.
This antielitism led to the founding in New York City of B'nai Jeshurun, the city's first Ashkenazic congregation, in 1825.
Edward Thomas and Carlos Schwantes, eds., Experiences in a Promised Land: Essays in Pacific Northwest History (Seattle, 1986), 269-86; Horowitz, 'The Klansmen as Outsider: Ethnocultural Solidarity and Antielitism in the Oregon Ku Klux Klan of the 1920's," Pacific Northwest Quarterly 80 (January 1989): 12-20.
Its philosophical roots sank deep in Jeffersonian antistatism, states' rights, and free-market libertarianism, and its antielitism and anti-intellectualism originated in southern and western populism.
Beuys was attracted to the idea of the multiple--a work that exists in a certain number of examples--because it carries a connotation of antielitism. Of course, bronze statuary also comes in editions, as do fine prints and of course fine photographs; but there is something almost defiantly anti-artistic in Beuys's multiples (one of his most famous multiples is a gray felt suit, which looks like something one would wear in a penal colony or an office imagined by Kafka).
[3,200 retweets and likes] (22) Within the context of the current presidential referendum campaign, @runmakarnarun's tweet below is an example of demonization through antielitism: "Your making 'No' songs in Beyoglu or Cihangir does not change anything.
To be sure, Heubach's commitment to critical art remained, for, as Graham remembers, "Fritz was antigallery, antielitism, antiestablishment." But with increasing coverage of, say, Land and body art, it was defined more broadly as reflections on reality and selfhood.
Bad painting went with the antielitism that was so much a part of the politics of those years, and it served as a way of repudiating the image of the Great Painter, which both feminism and, later, multiculturalism found so distasteful.