nonelite

nonelite

(ˌnɒnɪˈliːt)
adj
not elite
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The study utilizes data collected in a survey of biologists and physicists employed at elite and nonelite departments, as past research has suggested the distinction could be relevant in understanding differences in religiosity.
Participants (N = 233) comprised male (n = 141) and female (n = 92) competitive athletes of elite (n = 90) and nonelite (n = 143) status from a number of open skilled sports including cricket (n = 71), rugby union (n = 87), and soccer (n = 75) with ages ranging from 19 to 34 (M = 23.56, SD = 6.38) years.
Colonialism has had detrimental effects on the economic position arid social status of nonelite women.
(2.) The central aim of the Subaltern Studies collective has been to counter bourgeois nationalist and colonial history by recovering the consciousness of nonelite social groups.
In nonelite athletes who have more time for recovery a rehabilitation program that addresses proprioception and strength can "usually get them back to where they want to be," she said.
Many Americans - both the intellectual elite and nonelite - are vocally turning against affirmative action, evidenced most recently by the passage of California's Proposition 209.
British colonial immigration policy did not always consider local sentiment, especially from nonelite groups.
However, they lost control of the message when they broadened their rhetoric of liberty to include the will of the people, thus weakening the political and social barriers between the elite and the nonelite.
Paradoxically, Linton's attempts to draw attention to nonelite figures creates the desire for more insight into the heretofore marginal players in the colonial arena.
"I'd like to think," one woman said, "that Carolyn's work continues in our classrooms," that in the advising, teaching, in-house writing, and curriculum and program development that are the life of the professor in a nonelite institution a feminist agenda can obtain.
Ausserhofer and Maireder (2013) and Dylko, Beam, Landreville, and Geidner (2012), for example, address the "Twittersphere" as a sphere of communication in which the influence of new nonelite online activists (e.g., bloggers) emerges alongside that of traditional political elite actors (e.g., government officials).
(23) This ambiguity is reinforced by Jones's penchant for conflating nonelite and proletarian voices.