solidaristic

solidaristic

(ˌsɒlɪdəˈrɪstɪk)
adj
(Sociology) sociol relating to solidarism
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It seems harder to abstain from the solidaristic wage policy, which still corresponds to the preferences of a large section of Swedish organized labour.
Mass unionization, solidaristic wage bargaining, national health insurance, free college education and public control of investment are the true reforms--especially if, as it now seems, any "explosion of the rolls" is temporary.
To be really effective, however, he also needs to meet the requirements for social harmony as this helps foster more solidaristic sentiments and consolidates beneficial bonds of mutual obligation and reciprocity.
The third approach calls for a reconstruction of South African-African relations on solidaristic grounds.
Elshtain is persuaded that it would be a blunder to "see such solidaristic freedom and self-transformation as merely peripheral to 'the explicit goals of liquidation of racial discrimination and black disenfranchisement,'" for to do so would be "to lose the ethical power and historic complexity of the civil rights struggle.
These are immigrant groups that establish solidaristic communities in the host country, often concentrating geographically in particular cities and neighborhoods, and who still maintain close bonds with their places of origin, which are often particular districts or cities.
Like Margaret Hale, Higgins is the representative of a solidaristic, "fraternal" view of social relations.
In Sweden the Issue has been wage flexibility, as employers have sought to eliminate the rigidities Imposed by the unions, solidaristic wage policy.
17] The trajectory through which all of the novel's heterogeneous characters move, from isolation to solidaristic participation in the Resistance, seems to re-enact the scenario outlined by de Gaulle.
Rehn's scheme entailed a system of solidaristic wage bargaining, by which negotiation took place on a national scale across different organisations of capital and labour.
And unless the left can do this in an inclusive and solidaristic way, putting the stress on the need for capital and investment controls, and providing the space through struggles in one country for other countries to do the same, the far right will fill the void and offer to protect workers only against the 'others' who might compete with them for jobs.
This led to an atrophy of collective capacities for resistance, undermined solidaristic sympathies and reinforced the Zeitgeist of neoliberalism, further integrating workers into capitalism.

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