unacceptance

unacceptance

(ˌʌnəkˈsɛptəns)
n
a lack of acceptance
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Due to their family's unacceptance, the two are forced to run away.
Unacceptance from non-Islamic population is one of the significant factors which is creating negative impact on the growth of Halal hair care market.
If the desire to be admired is not fulfilled, high stress, social unacceptance and manic depression can be a daunting outcome.
Dubin's father utters the lines that channel this fear of unacceptance, rejection, and sorrow: "Why do you want to marry a goyish widow with a goyish child that he will someday call you names?" he had asked his son.
They have to then deal with this grave situation that reflects deeply-rooted hatred and unacceptance of others," the Grand Mufti of Dubai stressed.
'We are therefore issuing this manifesto to express our common stand of unacceptance and to explain what we firmly hold on to as the basis of our decision,' Presto said.
(451) While zero tolerance varies in definition, it is generally intended to express the unacceptance of targeted behaviors that, if committed, will be severely punished no matter how minor (452) Research suggests that zero tolerance is ineffective at reducing or deterring violence, classroom disruptions, or maintaining classroom safety.
Further, consistent with the information diagnosticity perspective and the belief formation and unacceptance perspective (Ferrin et al., 2007; Gilbert, Krull, & Malone, 1990; Gilbert, Tafarodi, & Malone, 1993; Snyder & Stukas, 1999), in interview settings, not only do interviewers pay close attention to positive and negative information about others' integrity (Dipboye & Gaugler, 1993; Kacmar & Young, 1999), but they also form initial beliefs about the candidate very quickly and, once they are formed, those impressions are relatively resistant to change (Dougherty & Turban, 1999).
Tafila Governor Hossam Tarawneh said that the meeting was "trouble-free and there was nothing illegal", but it was an expression of the citizens' unacceptance of the new law.
The administration had to decide how to organize the public education network in such a specific region, the population of which was persistent in its unacceptance of the standards and rules contradicting the Shariah and the Quran, considering the interests of both sides.
Moreover, political unacceptance of road pricing might originate from preference for policies with highly visible benefits and distributed and low-visibility costs [13, 14].
These parents are less aware of their youth emotional life, show unacceptance to their emotion expression, with dismissing, disapproving, and punitive reactions.