nonexploitative

nonexploitative

(ˌnɒnɪksˈplɔɪtətɪv)
adj
not exploitative
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He seems to return to the realm of folklore from which he came, a trajectory that suggests that a perfect, nonacquisitive, and nonexploitative symbiosis between humankind and nature is merely the stuff of legend.
Tamara Stepanyan's 2012 "Embers" and "I Had a Dream, Mom," Lina Saneh's 2006 film debut, are only two strong examples of creative engagement with dementia that is at once artful and nonexploitative.
nonexploitative personal uses, see Jessica Litman, Lawful Personal Use,
Crucially, we have the support of the National Union of Journalists, as we are ensuring the work of the fund is ethical, nonexploitative and provides genuine opportunity and development for those taking part.
A change in the price term is one very powerful way of turning an exploitative transaction into a nonexploitative one.
Reform needs to bring them out of the shadows through a nonexploitative guest worker policy and a system to address current undocumented immigrants who are without criminal backgrounds.
In western culture, there are no nonexploitative relationships" (2).
Bill C-22 outlined a "close in age" exception for younger adolescents, permitting 14- and 15-years-olds to be able to consent to nonexploitative sexual activity with individuals not more than 5 years older, and 12- and 13-year-olds to consent to non-exploitative sexual activity with adolescents not more than 2 years older (see Fig.
(27.) Eric Olin Wright's concept of "nonexploitative economic oppression" would seem to be an adequate conceptualization of these relations, i.e., the notion that not only is "the welfare of the advantaged group ...
Superwomen could also appeal to the tween set and challenge the stars of the Disney juggernant, like singer-actresses Miley Cyrus, by injecting some female muscle and a little intelligent, nonexploitative sex appeal into the marketplace.
Such moments are the difficult, subtle, unpredictable situations that arise in the course of research in which researchers must make choices about their human obligations to respond in a compassionate, nonexploitative way, as well as the need to remain attuned to their role as a researcher.
The other way is reflected in God's response: that God's people need to be fervent about justice, compassionate to the needy, and committed to nonexploitative relationships.