|NOUN || authoritarianism | - |
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- In 2018, HarperCollins published "Can It Happen Here?: Authoritarianism in America", a collection of essays about the prospect of authoritarianism in the United States, edited by Cass Sunstein.
- Altemeyer also produced the right-wing authoritarianism scale, or RWA Scale, as well as the related left-wing authoritarianism scale, or LWA Scale.
- Themes in the novel include terrorism, child abuse, authoritarianism, migration and homophobia.
- Some theorists say that illiberal democracy is a fundamentally undemocratic hybrid regime and therefore prefer terms such as "electoral authoritarianism", "competitive authoritarianism", or "soft authoritarianism".
- Hundreds of scientific articles have been published investigating the connections between religion and authoritarianism.
- Anti-authoritarianism is opposition to authoritarianism, which is defined as "a form of social organisation characterised by submission to authority", "favoring complete obedience or subjection to authority as opposed to individual freedom" and to authoritarian government.
- Other theories that link threat to intolerance and authoritarianism include Integrated threat theory, authoritarianism theory and the theory of tight and loose cultures.
- Voisins-Lavernière abstained from politics during the Second French Empire, and disapproved of its authoritarianism.
- Academics are now discussing "Turkey's democracy collapse" This AKP-hegemonic political landscape, associated calculations and observable room for repressive actions lead to increase authoritarianism from Turkish government through "securitization of dissent, mounting repression, and systematic violation of civil liberties".
- He also authored over 100 publications on the issues of democratization and authoritarianism in the former USSR, electoral revolutions and pre-emptive authoritarianism, politics of economic reforms, EU relations with Belarus, Belarus-Russia integration, etc.
- These hybrid regimes were called semi-authoritarianism or electoral authoritarianism.
- Another political suggestion has been that Ovid was an intellectual objector against authoritarianism.
- John Duckitt suggests a link between authoritarianism and collectivism, asserting that both stand in opposition to individualism.
- In an interview in August 2020, he explained that having experienced authoritarianism in Syria, he was becoming worried about "the creeping authoritarianism [...] is quite vivid here now", pointing out the "contracts going to government cronies; politicians breaking the rules and not facing consequences; this delusional democracy where people are lied to, and vote for the liars".
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