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- date october 2013 date october 2013 empowerment refers to increasing the economic, political, social, educational, gender, or spiritual
- scored by clint eastwood , that explores child endangerment, female disempowerment, political corruption and the repercussions of violence.
- it includes symbols of male disempowerment, and serves as an example of solidarity and the group's bonding. it received positive reactions
- rich argues that hetero****uality is a political institution which needs to be re-examined in order for women to escape disempowerment.
- government attempts to integrate the traditional culture of the inuit more into their modern governance structure in order to combat disempowerment.
- instances of gender apartheid lead not only to the social and economic disempowerment of individuals, but can also result in severe physical harm
- the pivotal themes in the play include racism, white empowerment/superiority, aboriginal disempowerment, the materialistic values held by
- the aim of this ploy was apparently the complete disempowerment of the duke of bavaria and expropriation of his estates, giving henry iv
- samata helps tribal groups address problems of land alienation, displacement, and political dis-empowerment. its mission is to uphold the
- his main themes were the 'disempowerment of the people' ('motherland', 'every day', etc.), his 'struggle against the oppressors' and the