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protagonism

the actions and qualities of a protagonist. — protagonist, n.
See also: Behavior
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.protagonism - active support of an idea or cause etc.protagonism - active support of an idea or cause etc.; especially the act of pleading or arguing for something
support - aiding the cause or policy or interests of; "the president no longer has the support of his own party"; "they developed a scheme of mutual support"
drumbeat - a vehement and vociferous advocacy of a cause; "the warmongers kept up their drumbeat on Iraq"
insistency, insistence - the act of insisting on something; "insistence on grammatical correctness is a conservative position"
urging - the act of earnestly supporting or encouraging
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This entails the risk that people assume a passive role and a lack of social commitment, even in those issues that affect them, thus limiting their protagonism in social development, at least from formal spaces [3].
This phase counted 1,181 characters who were then analyzed according to their protagonism in the narratives.
Another vital component of the judicial-political dimension were the four National Mental Health Conferences held in 1987, 1992, 2001, and 2010, with the progressive increase in participation and protagonism of service users and their families.
Let Me Start Getting Healthed the Process of Transition and Restoration of the Constitutional Order That, With the Leadership of the President in Charge Juan Guaid, and of the National Assembly; With the Illusive Protagonism of the Democratic Political Forces; and With Broad and Eloquent Citizen Mobilization Is Developing in Our Brother Country in the New Stage That Started Last 23 January.
There must urgently be more involvement and action on the part of social control and participation levels, both in the field of health and in that of education, as well as a greater protagonism on the part of the teaching institutions involved in supervision processes, in order to guarantee the Program's continuity and sustainability and, above all, the fulfilment of the entire population's right to high-quality healthcare.
PINHEIRO, Leticia y Gabrieli GAIO, "Cooperation for Development, Brazilian Regional Leadership and Global Protagonism", Brazilian Political Science Review, 8 (2014), num.
Indeed, her corporeality may be regarded as a space that organically linked nature, art and technology, thus stressing the fundamental protagonism of the latter.
After pointing out the failure of her fourth declaration, the narrative counters this by giving protagonism to Higinia's intellectual capacity and underlining how, "dotada de gran serenidad, contesta con la sonrisa en los labios a las preguntas del juez, y cuando se ve comprometida por la ambiguedad de sus respuestas, se encierra en discreto silencio" (16).
"The Church all too slowly began to open up to them, not just as victims and survivors, but also with the realisation without their participation and protagonism we would never understand and address the challenge."
Ospino, director of graduate programs in Hispanic ministry at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, said that the current process has already raised more awareness among bishops, diocesan personnel and pastors, who know that more needs to be done "to invite Latinos to assume more protagonism, more responsibility in the process of evangelization."
The seventh Coloquio in 2018 seeks to pave this route while also recognizing the protagonism of trans in the struggles for emancipation of all queer practices, desires and bodies--for example, that of Sylvia Rivera, an essential Puerto Rican trans activist in New York, very visible in the Stonewall Riots, as well as that of Cristina Hayworth, the organizer of the first pride parade in Puerto Rico.
Thus, through this experience, the Em Pauta Journal highlights the protagonism of these black and peripheral women, who also struggle for their self-organization and against the invisibilization of their bodies and their forms of struggle against exploitation and oppression.