unliberated

unliberated

(ʌnˈlɪbəreɪtɪd)
adj
1. continuing to be bound by traditional sexual and social roles
2. unwilling to accept change in the sexual and social roles of women
Translations

unliberated

adj womenunemanzipiert, nicht emanzipiert; masses, countriesnicht befreit
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The permanence of TL positions women as pensive, unsure, and unliberated. Likewise, TL pamphlets could mirror vasectomy pamphlets with portrayals of happy couples or families since many pamphlets assume that women reading them already have children.
We thus contend that transnational adoption discourse achieves its humanitarian facade through a narrative in which birth mothers are only legible as victim-mothers, perpetuating a colonial narrative in which they are backwards, unliberated, unenlightened, and economically dependent, and thus ineligible to perform motherhood.
It reported, "Unliberated monazite particles with an REE content of around 60% were discovered having particle sizes less than two microns." Flotation release analysis found heavy REEs "were likely associated with finely dispersed ash materials within the organic matrix.
The Islamic veil that some women use, for example, gives an impression to the Western audience of an unliberated, denigrated woman in the Islamic world.
protagonism, of life "unliberated," that the novel appears
The inchoate Russian nation, the Russian Orthodox Church disempowered in the face of non-Orthodox rights, unliberated ethnoconfessional minorities--all these were read as "female," and their alleged vulnerability became the driving discourse of imperial Russia's civilizing mission.
Regrinding of the middlings products consisting mainly of unliberated minerals, both the scavenger product and the cleaner tailings, is common practice in most flotation plants (Li and Zhang, 2012).
Having seen this transformation, she was taken by an overwhelming happiness, fully prostrated herself [at the Buddha's feet] and uttered this great resolution: "By virtue of the merit produced by this offering, [may it be] so, that in a future time for beings blind and in darkness may I produce eyes, for those who lack protection may I provide protection, for those who are unassisted and unprotected may I make them assisted and protected, for those who are unliberated may I make them liberated, for those who have no security may I make them secure, for those who have not yet attained nirvana may I make them attain nirvana." (37) At that time the World Honoured One examined that woman's utterance of this great resolution, and smiled thereupon.
"Emancipated but Unliberated? Reflections on the Turkish Case." Feminist Studies 13 (2): 317-338.
Even unliberated mothers succeed in encouraging their offspring to dream big and "stick up for yourself."
When Shelley in his "Ode to Liberty" invokes "many a swarming million" of unliberated man (st.
More women have more money and power and scope and legal recognition than we have ever had before; but in terms of how we feel about ourselves physically, we may actually be worse off than our unliberated grandmothers."