solidaristic

solidaristic

(ˌsɒlɪdəˈrɪstɪk)
adj
(Sociology) sociol relating to solidarism
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Activities and expected results In this project, training and further education will strengthen the agro-ecological production and marketing capacities of the population in the project region, with a solidaristic approach being pursued.
The left consistently favors more redistributive and solidaristic policy designs, which require a strong state role as payer, provider, and regulator.
Developing linkages between solidaristic struggles, anti-austerity politics and international social movements are further ingredients in the broader strategy for labour.
(2) A clash between those with deep roots in the traditions of nineteenth-century working-class radicalism, with its emphasis on local autonomy and radical democracy, and those steeped in traditions of trade unionism which placed much greater emphasis on virtues of loyalty and discipline seen as essential to building a strong, solidaristic national movement.
Indeed I am fairly confident that Edward would not have made water upon Hunt were he spontaneously to ignite: for Hunt's conception of class is that it is a source of deficits, rather than the basis of a radically different understanding of social relations and hence of solidaristic action based on that understanding.
The implication seems entirely correct, but one might wonder whether it follows that the state is needed to address these "hard circumstances." Solidaristic nonstate action (consider the historical evidence regarding mutual-aid associations in the United States and England, for instance) in tandem with the rectification of historical injustice might effectively address these problems without posing the same challenges to freedom, community, prosperity, and human dignity predictably created by a state, with its capacity to intervene in the economy and redistribute wealth.
It can be said that the biblical banquets that have as their main objective to propagate the solidaristic sharing mediated by caring are moved by an ethic of communion.
He has also argued that what he calls "relative equality" or "solidaristic equality" was an important social value in their teachings.
These solidaristic African single currencies could develop in four stages.
With a prudent fiscal policy and selective expansionary instruments (to contain inflation--different in this respect from mainstream Keynesianism) the model combined a centrally bargained and solidaristic wage policy with active labour market policies.
Cardew was on the staff of the Royal Academy of Music at the time, a role he held alongside other paid work: the RAM spokesman's statement in response to the press furore was hardly solidaristic. 'Mr Cardew is not a professor in the sense that he has a chair and a department.
The voluntariness of this contact allows a wide range of representatives of that community to 'take ownership' of issues of crime prevention, and the invocation of broadly solidaristic values that accompany it seems to underline the importance of this function.

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