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com·mu·ni·tar·i·an

 (kə-myo͞o′nĭ-târ′ē-ən)
n.
A member or supporter of a small cooperative or a collectivist community.

com·mu′ni·tar′i·an adj.

communitarian

(kəˌmjuːnɪˈtɛərɪən)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a member of a communist community
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an advocate of communalism

com•mu•ni•tar•i•an

(kəˌmyu nɪˈtɛər i ən)

n.
1. a member of a communistic community.
2. an advocate of such a community.
[1835–45]
com•mu`ni•tar′i•an•ism, n.
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The statement added that there was a "communitarian" bias to the discourses taking place with regard to the state.
Gago's theoretical framework encompasses a broad range of areas: microeconomics, transnational socioeconomic networks, communitarian ethics and surplus value, marginal neighborhoods, and clandestine textile workshops.
On this special occasion, the chief guest formally inaugurated 'The Young Communitarian of Indian Schools (YCIS)'.
THE shadow chancellor, John McDonnell's, communitarian approach to some of the former nationalised industries has much to commend it but, if anything, is too generous to shareholders.
The holiday is based on seven principles as a way to "reaffirm the communitarian vision and values of African culture and to contribute to its restoration among African peoples in the Diaspora, beginning with Africans in America and expanding to include the world African community," the official Kwanzaa website states. 
Contract award notice: Recruitment of the management, by means of concession, of the public service of the communitarian houses of Mons directed to autonomous people.
They observe in the prologue the fact that most of the studies so far analyze Jewish life in the institutional framework of communitarian organizations and their political action, setting aside, or even rendering invisible, aspects of social and cultural history.
After this analysis, in the next couple of sections we delve deeper into the liberal and communitarian depictions of the self.
It is significant for the conclusions reached in this paper that diverse strands in social, political and moral thought, arising from very different locations on the political spectrum--such as Marxism (Ross, 2003) and traditional 'one-nation' conservatism (Scruton, 2001)--can be identified within communitarian thought.
The second, "The Philo-Semitic Reaction," by Segre ("a student of the Talmud who lives in Israel"), is an approximately 180-page piece that critically analyzes select texts from various 21st century intellectuals that have promoted a "communitarian" and "Jewish" perspective in support of the "struggle against anti-Semitism" and the "defense of Zionism." The goal of the analysis is to demonstrate that this ideological movement is not communitarian, but rather that it is a part of a larger reactionary imperialist ideology and that, as such, "it actually involves the betrayal of Jewish particularism."
In contrast, Part IV proposes a communitarian approach to the problems of global ill health.
Yet the past year has also seen him reveal another side to his populist conservatism: a communitarian agenda for policy reform.

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