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communalization

the process of communalizing, or forming communes, where property and resources belong to the community and not the individual.
See also: Communalism
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consistent transnational dynamic in communalization experiments.
In a similar vein, though her traumatic losses are experienced in a lonely and isolated manner, Brittain's inclusion of multiple voices (through this mode of intertextual citation) in her narrative letters, poems, newspaper articles, speeches, prayers and songs, seems to aspire to a communalization of trauma that Kai Erikson calls "the gathering of the wounded" (187), to address the social dimension of suffering and justify the memorializing of the dead and their silenced voices.
This was one of the major factors which started the communalization of the problem and this is what led to the exodus of Kashmiri Pundits from the Valley.
The communalization of politics by the Sangh Parivar has created a situation of mistrust.
The film uses these elements from both scholarly history and popular memory to produce a complex narrative which resists straightforward communalization.
"To fall prey to the communalization of such incident and support rallies and bandhs in its favor does no good to the community that is doing so, in fact it brings shame to them," he said.
Considering a variety of examples from the Frankfurt School thinkers Herbert Marcuse, Max Horkheimer, Theodor Adorno, and Walter Benjamin, as well as from Georges Bataille and Pierre Klossowski, I attend especially to how their various interpretations of Sade, often rendered in juxtaposition to Fourier, treat the communication and communalization of perversion as a potential dimension of Utopia.
It is one of the last remaining strongholds against the all-round Hindi imposition, communalization of politics, and the unprecedented attacks on, the erosion of and the interference in state rights, with NEET, the Goods and Services Tax and Niti Aayog being just a few examples.
Office of the Research Innovation and Communalization (ORIC) of the Mehran University of Engineering Technology (MUET) organized a seminar on Distinguished Innovations, Collaboration and Entrepreneurship (DICE) on the Energy and Water (DEW'17) at MUET Campus.
(91) Similarly, police in Andhra Pradesh were reported to have been restrained from pursuing counter-terrorism investigations for fear it might alienate Muslim voters, provoking a major national newspaper to charge Prime Minister Singh's government with "what can be bluntly called communalization of internal security." (92)
"Healing from trauma depends upon communalization of the trauma--being able to safely tell the story to someone who is listening and who can be trusted to retell it truthfully to others in the community," Shay said.