unfreedom


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unfreedom

(ʌnˈfriːdəm)
n
lack of freedom
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In the age of Brexit and Trump, when men shout to the cheering galleries about "taking our country back", and "independence day", we should all thank God that Europe's strongest country has a leader who has lived the difference between messy western freedom and true unfreedom, and who grew up in a world where fake news was all you got.
Sociology's historical mission in the twenty-first century is thus twofold: on one hand, it must highlight the anti-Utopia of how we have become trapped by the neoliberal paradigm, such as Canada's so-called "temporary" foreign worker programs in which many workers become permanently temporary with few rights and much unfreedom (Basok 2002; Binford 2013; Hennebry, McLaughlin, and Preibisch 2016; Hennebry, Preibisch, and McLaughlin 2010; Preibisch and Otero 2014), disadvantaging women more so than men (Preibisch and Hermoso Santamaria 2006).
Where once Douglass sought to criticize the contradiction of freedom and unfreedom in the nation's foundations, we see in this passage that he now has chosen to locate that contradiction in persons.
Through a close examination of Olaudah Equiano's autobiography, the second chapter shows how a classic liberal genre cannot escape traces of racialized unfreedom that liberalism claims to have surpassed.
The three books reviewed in this article seek to provide interpretations of dependence, unfreedom and slavery in African societies.
Russell's lyrics live in the first-person collective, but they foreshadow the end of the putative "we" bequeathed to us by civil rights solidarity politics and the rise of the second person--the move from the "I" and the "we" to the persistent invocation of the "you" in our new moment of heightened, spectacular sociopolitical unfreedom for black and brown folk in America.
Burckhardt pronounces the entire growth rotten, with unfreedom at the root.
The inverse presumption, the presumption of unfreedom, would mean that "everything is unfree unless it is liberated for us by a specific presumption or right.
He also called for a re- examination of the need to continue with remnants of the colonial rule such as Section 377 and Section 295 A of the Indian Penal Code ( IPC), which he said impose " unfreedom on people".
obscured from [their] view the unfreedom within those groups themselves.
Camus: the indefatigable persistence of Sisyphus, the revolt-without-end, the struggle, literally to death, against injustice, against the lie, against unfreedom.
Sustainability, through the integration of economic and environmental values, can be seen as a unique mechanism to remove sources of unfreedom within the development process and to strongly assert the need for equity considerations in the process as a component within sustainability planning or related policies.