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"Allegiances" is a book by William Stafford.

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Google previewOn William Stafford (1995)

The Worth of Local Things by Tom Andrews

Allegiances is a book for the mountain cabin, to shelve beside Robinson Crusoe, Pilgrim's Progress, and the Bible. It's designed to be part of the furniture — there when you want it. Even in the Vietnam sixties, when all poets were drunk on the ...

Google previewGlobalization, Police Reform and Development (2012)

Doing it the Western Way? by G. Ellison, N. Pino

Inaddition,the unstable character of the Kenyan policeand theirwavering political allegiances means that these 'tooling up' initiatives areliable tobackfireand ' offermavericks a business opportunity ratherthan to enhance US securityinterests '; ...

Google previewPolitical Order (1998)

Nomos XXXVIII by Ian Shapiro, Russell Hardin

While human beings may always identify with particular groups, the rise and politicization of particular ethnic or national allegiances is a much more complex matter than a direct response ...

Google previewNeuroscience Notes (2015)

by Stephen Gislason

Tracking allegiances is a major task for intelligence and some people are obviously more gifted than others. Humans evaluate and compete with each other in a continuous negotiation that involves strategy, criticism, conflict, and overt battles.

Google previewAn Einstein Encyclopedia (2015)

by Alice Calaprice, Daniel Kennefick, Robert Schulmann

Allegiances,. Old. and. New. As a young boy in Munich, Einstein received Jewish religious instruction at the home of a distant relative, though this influence was superseded at age twelve by a fascination with the natural sciences.

Google previewHalo Encyclopedia (2011)

by DK Publishing


Google previewThe International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, 3 Volume Set (2015)

by Gianpietro Mazzoleni

Later studies confirmed the overall stability of the process, rooted in fundamental allegiances and other social forces. The results were consistent with the broad conclusion of “minimal effects” from mass media, as outlined. It was not until the ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Gothic Literature (2012)

by William Hughes

these identities premised on the possession of land, there are further allegiances that devolve from religious conviction, the Roman Catholicism of French and Irish settler culture being opposed by the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of U.S. Political History (2010)

by Andrew Robertson, Michael A. Morrison, William G. Shade, Robert Johnston, Robert Zieger, Thomas Langston, Richard Valelly

a mixed government in which a strong executive balanced a legislature, one of whose houses represented numbers and the other property, could sufficiently neutralize the class allegiances of both the rich and the poor for the common good.

Google previewThe Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics (2009)

by Iain McLean, Alistair McMillan

The concept is opposed tothatof *realignment, in which voters lose attachments to prior allegiances but instead gain new ones, and a distinction is usual between social dealignments and partisan dealignments. The conceptof dealignment ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Political Theory (2010)

by Mark Bevir

and discourse enable and constrain thinking on cosmopolitics, as well as how they influence and challenge our allegiances, affiliations, discords, and enmities. Characteristics Cosmopolitics is a field of research orientated toward the future.

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence (2015)

by Janet M. Bennett

Creating common ingroups and cross categorization reduce implicit biases by taking advantage of the basic biases activated by categorization to create allegiances to more encompassing social groups or to blur the distinctions among social ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of American Social History (2012)

Working-class women's political-party and union allegiances resembled those of racial and ethnic men more than they did those of white working-class men. The continuing shifts in the American economy in the wake of the recession that ...

Google previewPresidential Campaigns, Slogans, Issues, and Platforms: The Complete Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition [3 volumes] (2012)

The Complete Encyclopedia by Robert North Roberts, Scott John Hammond, Valerie A. Sulfaro

Political allegiances were shifting. In the South, supporters of the compromise crossed party lines to establish the “Union” coalition, while opponents from both parties converged around “States Rights' ” candidates. In the north, the Free Soil ...

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