After Repression

After Repression

These factors include regime characteristics, such as strategic choice of repressive strategy. Though I do not subscribe to the idea that repression is a fully strategic choice by a regime, as discussed in more detail in chapters 3 and ...

Author: Elizabeth R. Nugent

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691203065

Category: Political Science

Page: 318

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In the wake of the Arab Spring, newly empowered factions in Tunisia and Egypt vowed to work together to establish democracy. In Tunisia, political elites passed a new constitution, held parliamentary elections, and demonstrated the strength of their democracy with a peaceful transfer of power. Yet in Egypt, unity crumbled due to polarization among elites. Presenting a new theory of polarization under authoritarianism, the book reveals how polarization and the legacies of repression led to these substantially divergent political outcomes. The book documents polarization among the opposition in Tunisia and Egypt prior to the Arab Spring, tracing how different kinds of repression influenced the bonds between opposition groups.
Categories: Political Science

Nationalist Mobilization and the Collapse of the Soviet State

Nationalist Mobilization and the Collapse of the Soviet State

Equally important were the systematic backlash effects that appeared after Tbilisi among many groups in response to instances in which the regime did deploy large - scale repression . Although backlash mobilizations occurred ...

Author: Mark R. Beissinger

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052100148X

Category: History

Page: 524

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This 2002 study examines the process of the disintegration of the Soviet state.
Categories: History

Protest Repression and Political Regimes

Protest  Repression and Political Regimes

resistance to the new regime and its repressive rulers. Immediately after the coup, 'the intensity of the repression was extremely high, and it was applied capriciously, since the armed forces did not know who their targets were' ...

Author: Sabine C. Carey

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134095520

Category: Political Science

Page: 151

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This volume investigates the relationship between protest, repression and political regimes in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa. Considering how different political regimes use repression and respond to popular protest, this book analyzes the relationship between protest and repression in Africa and Latin America between the late 1970s and the beginning of the twenty first century. Drawing on theories, multi-method empirical analyses and case studies, the author of this volume sets out to investigate the reciprocal dynamics between protest and repression. Distinctive features of this volume include: quantitative analyses that highlight general trends in the protest-repression relationship case studies of different political regimes in Chile and Nigeria, emphasising the dynamics at the micro-level an emphasis on the importance of full democratization in order to reduce the risk, and intensity, of intra-state conflict Focusing on political regimes in different areas of the world, Protest, Repression and Political Regimes will be of vital interest to students and scholars of conflict studies, human rights and social movements.
Categories: Political Science

Family Dysfunctionalism and the Origin of Codependency Addiction Emotional Violence Repression Manipulation Deception Alienation Self Degeneration and Separation Learned in Childhood and Weaved In Adulthood

Family Dysfunctionalism and the Origin of Codependency Addiction Emotional Violence  Repression  Manipulation  Deception  Alienation  Self Degeneration  and Separation Learned in Childhood and Weaved In Adulthood

As L pondered what this external focus was about, recently, after E had a stroke in July 2015, a close friend of E's suggested ... and E's in particular, or the gap that exists between their “public persona and repressed inner Selves,” and,

Author: Marteaux X Ph.D.

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781532098710

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 450

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CODEPENDENCY BOOK BACKCOVER The Milky Way Galaxy, and everything therein, consisting of suns, moons, planets, asteroids, gases, energy, black holes, and particles of dust among others are-ALL-infinitely connected to each other by gravity, which holds everything together. Likewise, CoDependency Addiction, similar to the Earth revolving around our Sun, it-too-revolves around the absence of mother, father, or mother surrogate love in a child’s life and beyond. It is the primary source from which it originates, develops, and thrives within the mind-body of an affected human being. Mother, father, and mother surrogate love is the fuel that drives the development of an infant through the dependency state one is born in into the higher conscious awareness interdependency state. Initially, mother or mother surrogate love is used to assist their infant to self-actualize, namely to learn he or she is love by being loved by their parents. If this most critical step is missed, at a most critical time in the early development of an infant, from birth to six years old; unfortunately, the latter does not evolve emotionally to the interdependency state, in which the child, by this time, knows one Self as being love, and who realizes simultaneously that it is necessary to give their love to another human being, and by doing so, one is enabled to learn and experience what it feels like to be loved. When this irreplaceable process is carried-out according to Nature, the child is embodied with the fundamental tool to transform Self progressively into a “work of art.” One of the many contributions this book makes to our understanding of CoDependency Addiction is, when a child does not evolve emotionally into the interdependency state, he or she remains in a dependency state beyond appropriate years. By six years old, a child, who has been adequately nurtured with love from the outset, develops in their brain what is called “love circuits.” In the absence of mother or mother surrogate love during this crucial time, these circuits-empathy, kindness, caring, altruism, friendship, compassion, etc.-are replaced with others such as anger, shame, denial, guilt, low self-esteem, not good enough, unworthiness, narcissisms, ego etc. It is in this developmental space we find the origin of CoDependency Addiction manifested in an affected person’s adult life. Unable to make genuine friends and be loved, both of which are cornerstones of the interdependency state, fear and self-preservation emerge as a daily preoccupation and concern. This book outlines in detail how CoDependency Addiction is repressed within one’s injured and wounded “self,” and because of denial and projection, a web of deception is employed to “Go Along, To Get Along.” Although the hypnotic rhythm makes healing more formidable as the years pass, the solution is determination to shatter denial. Marteau X received his Doctor of Philosophy Degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1977. He has spent 40 years studying social philosophy and dialectical materialism, including alienation and Psychology. He lives with his family in Baltimore, MD.
Categories: Family & Relationships

An Introduction to Personality Study

An Introduction to Personality Study

Typical sublimation occurs after repression, i.e. at the fifth crossroads, rather than the fourth, by means not yet fully understood. It is likely, however, that some degree of sublimation can occur at the fourth stage, ...

Author: Raymond B. Cattell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429640520

Category: Psychology

Page: 287

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Originally published in 1950, the need for a small standard text on basic principles of personality structure and development had been very apparent to teachers of psychology for some time. There were many books illustrating specialized or applied aspects of the psychology of personality – such as abnormal psychology, educational psychology, child psychology, mental measurement, vocational guidance, etc. – but lacking was a treatment of personality study as pure psychology, concentrating on the fundamentals. The aim of this title was therefore to bring the general problems of personality description and development, normal and abnormal, into a single perspective and to integrate the principle fields of observation in clear cut generalizations.
Categories: Psychology

Monograph Series in World Affairs

Monograph Series in World Affairs

Tins was the period often referred to as the "Stalinization" or "satelli/.ation" of Eastern Europe— when more people (mostly Communists) were imprisoned and executed than ever before or after. Repression and terror was the order of the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556008893885

Category: World politics

Page:

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Categories: World politics

Great Books of the Western World

Great Books of the Western World

impulse which has been freed from repression, is wholly impossible. ... A repression taking place at an early period excludes the sublimation of the repressed impulse ; after the removal of the repression the way to sublimation is again ...

Author: Robert Maynard Hutchins

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X004884575

Category: Literature

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Categories: Literature

Repression

Repression

Documents from the F.B.I., Think Tanks, and Other Repressive Agencies : Resistance : Documents from the National Liberation Struggles ... as well as the statements of other prisoners, make it clear that he was executed after a snuggle.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000115654901

Category: Government, Resistance to

Page: 100

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Categories: Government, Resistance to

Inside Guatemala

Inside Guatemala

This crescendo of popular organizing reached its zenith in 1978, after which heightened repression made demonstrations and social activism ever more dangerous. Following the labor marches and strikes of 1978 dozens of labor leaders were ...

Author: Tom Barry

Publisher: Interhemispheric

ISBN: UCSD:31822016847428

Category: Guatemala

Page: 342

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Categories: Guatemala

Regional and International Cooperation in South America After COVID

Regional and International Cooperation in South America After COVID

Subsequently, the government increased police repression. On November 23, an agent from the ESMAD shot Dilan Cruz, a high school student, causing serious injuries that later led to his death. This event united hundreds of thousands of ...

Author: Melisa Deciancio

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000614480

Category: Political Science

Page: 268

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This volume analyses South American regional and international cooperation during the COVID19 crisis started in 2020. Across thirteen chapters a collection of leading experts address how regional collaboration has developed, evolved, and recoiled. The chapters explore the state of regionalism at the pandemic surge and the challenges and opportunities this situation has opened for regional and international cooperation. Authors analyze the role of extra-regional powers and traditional regional leaders during the pandemic, identifying the extent to which regional cooperation has been possible across several policy agendas. They argue that fragmented visions of regionalism, ideological polarization, and weak leadership, has prevailed from before the pandemic which, accompanied by adverse interactions among major powers, has ensured that cooperation has remained bilateral rather than regional. Ultimately all these factors have created a complex scenario in which disintegration dynamics have emerged, darkening, even more, the South American regional panorama. Regional and International Cooperation in South America After COVID will be an invaluable resource for students, scholars and policy specialists of regionalism and regional integration, Latin American studies, international relations and international political economy.
Categories: Political Science