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- Stewart believed that such practice fit with the nation's long history of permitting free exercise of religious practices, even in the public sphere.
- Taiwanese Americans have also gradually increased their political engagement in the public sphere of the U.S. in recent years.
- Yet, in spite of strong Catholic representation in the Reichstag, the political power and influence of the Church in the public sphere and its political power was greatly reduced.
- Remaining in the public sphere after leaving the governor's office, Austin served as third auditor of the U.S.
- However, since asset stripping often results in thousands of employees losing their jobs without much consideration of the consequences to the affected community, the concept can be unpopular in the public sphere.
- Social conservatives also value the rights of religious institutions to participate in the public sphere, thus supporting government-religious endorsement and opposing state atheism, and in some cases opposing secularism.
- With his associate editor Peter Gabel, Lerner developed a "politics of meaning": that Americans hunger not only for material security but also for a life that is connected to some higher meaning, and that the failure of the liberal and progressive movements to win a consistent majority support was based on their inability to understand this hunger and to address it by showing Americans and middle income working people in other advanced industrial societies that it was the values of the competitive marketplace and its Bottom Line of money and power that is the fundamental source undermining ethical and spiritual values in the public sphere and then undermining friendships and marriages when these values are brought home into personal life.
- Ordinary Americans enjoyed too much power and claimed too great a voice in the public sphere to defer to intellectual superiors.
- Launch windows and launch periods are often used interchangeably in the public sphere, even within the same organization.
- Complexity has multiple meanings in the life sciences and in the public sphere that confuse its application as a precise term for analytical purposes in science.
- In the United States, Hanukkah became a more visible festival in the public sphere from the 1970s when Rabbi Menachem M.
- It is seen as a way to avoid harassment and unwanted sexual advances in public and works to desexualize women in the public sphere in order to instead allow them to enjoy equal rights of complete legal, economic, and political status.
- Chua Beng Huat argued in 1995 that the rhetoric of pragmatism in Singapore is ideological and hegemonic in nature, adopted and disseminated in the public sphere by the People's Action Party government and institutionalized throughout the state in all its administrative, planning and policy-making functions.
- In England, the Royal Society of London played a significant role in the public sphere and the spread of Enlightenment ideas.
- The growing violence and revolutionary thought in the public sphere was linked to the fracturing occurring within the church.
- It holds that belief should be a private matter for the home or place of worship and does not belong in the public sphere.
- Her essays showed it was possible for a woman to be engaged in the public sphere; other women authors such as Elizabeth Benger emulated her.
- Conservatives such as Cato the Censor (234–149 BCE) considered it improper for women to take a more active role in public life; his complaints indicated that indeed some women did voice their opinions in the public sphere.
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