and a constraint on power structures; a legitimizer
and a civilizer.
It is clear that Anscombe is interested in religion as a social concept, particularly the way it has been reciprocally framed and used as an ideological and identity tool, as well as a legitimizer
in the state-population interrelation.
The physical book remains an important legitimizer
for the writer, their private (invisible) work made public, and a practical necessity in areas where access to technology is limited.
Mahcupyan, a renowned and skillful intellectual, is the secular legitimizer
of the Erdoy-an regime.
The eminent political scientist Robert Dahl wrote in 1957 that the Court functions best not as a defender of minority rights but as a legitimizer
of majority coalitions and the norms of democratic governance.
In Beyond God the Father she designates the Christian myth of the fall of man as the original legitimizer
of this abuse.
Over the book's three major sections, Sutton first portrays Claesz as not only a purveyor of books but also a legitimizer
of information about foreign lands.
Feng shui," a Chinese system of heavenly geometry is commonly used in deciding building aspects and layouts where practitioners play the role of a legitimizer
and comforter in strategic decision making.
In John Ogbu's view, instead (Ogbu, 1978) bride wealth is not "purchase money" but a legitimizer
of marriage, and he argued that it functions to enhance, not diminish, the status of African women.
25) For more on the benefits of the Security Council as a collective legitimizer
, see Jennifer M.
political system as anything other than a legitimizer
of capitalist expansion and imperialist force.
The themes included biographical data regarding Catherine of Alexandria, who probably never existed; the emergence of her cult in Latin hagiography; the faintness of her presence in medieval Russian Christianity; the creation of the non-public cult within Romanov family precincts; and the ultimate formal manufacturing of Catherine as legitimizer
of female rule.