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communitarianism

a communal system based on cooperative groups that practice some of the principles of communism. — communitarian, n., adj.
See also: Communalism
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Are they more rooted in common ideals of equality and communitarianism than in other Western and global societies?
"I honestly don't think that could've happened," says Barak Goodman, the film's director, "if not for the fact that it's 1969 and these young people had been conditioned for a while to buy into this ethic and this notion of sharing and communitarianism and a kind of rejection of materialism and so on.
With The Struggle for Power in Colonial America, 1607-1776, he extends his interest back in time in a quest to explain how "English subjects morphed into American citizens," and how "the core American cultural values morphed from communitarianism and theocracy into individualism and humanism" (x).
He advocates a return to the policies that are much more pragmatic and are characterised by communitarianism in which the focus is on shared prosperity, reciprocal obligations, and enhanced trust and cooperation.
Liberalism Disavowed: Communitarianism and State Capitalism in Singapore.
The best insight it offers is its differentiation between cosmopolitanism and communitarianism. The former views the people in the global community as more important than national boundaries.
This theoretically-informed paper considers 1) the notion of communitarianism and its significance, 2) its impact on the contemporary youth justice system introduced in England and Wales in 1998, and 3) the implications and possibilities for a system founded on a radical moral communitarianism (Hopkins Burke, 2014a, 2014b).
In the context of a proposed radical moral communitarianism we critically discuss how such issues could be addressed.
In the absence of basic journalistic standards and trust for the emergence of unbiased knowledge, facts and information Turkey has become the land of social tribalism and communitarianism. People live in their own small circles, read and watch their own media, and demonize other tribes on the grounds that they are engaged in "perception operations." Since all information is tainted there is no respected source of individual or institutional journalism.
This was all very high-minded in theory in both countries, and in those European countries that modelled themselves on the British or French, but in practice sectarianism and communitarianism persisted, as does resistance in schools and public places to national norms and expectations.

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