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Definition of the noun placation

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noun - plural: placations

  1. the act of placating and overcoming distrust and animosity

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  1. A process or act of placating; appeasement or an expression of appeasement.

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Google previewThe Boulevards of Extinction (2015)

by A. Brunneis

Quietism's placation is the drizzle before dogma's flashflood. The quality of a religion is defined by its process of arising. islam's militarism has never abated, but christianity is only now, in its sad decline, remembering its original condition of ...

Google previewGlobalization, Fear and Insecurity (2012)

The Challenges for Cities North and South by S. Body-Gendrot

Placation is a higher level oftokenism: the havenot citizens are consulted. Only with partnership and citizencontrol do they playtheir rolefully. Arnstein acknowledges the limitations of this typology, it juxtaposes the powerless with the powerful, ...

Google previewAutism Spectrum Disorders Through the Life Span (2011)

by Digby Tantam

placation. fails. in. dealing. with. neurotypicals. Placation is a particularly difficult challenge for low status boys, as it is easily misperceived as submission. It requires a high level of empathy, and is therefore ...

Google previewHealing Rhythms (2007)

The World of South Korea's East Coast Hereditary Shamans by Simon Mills

Placation is a key means for ensuring the gods' beneficience and clients' peace of ...

Google previewAn Activist Approach to Biodiversity Planning (2005)

A Handbook of Participatory Tools Used to Prepare India's National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan by Tejaswini Apte

Placation is a higher level of tokenism because the ground- rules allow have-nots to advise, but retain for the power-holders the continued right to decide”. Degrees of citizen power (partnership + delegated power + citizen control): “These are ...

Google previewSocial Conflicts, Citizens and Policing (2012)

by Marc Cools, Marleen Easton, Brice De Ruyver, Lieven Pauwels, Paul Ponsaers

Placation is the act of placating and overcoming distrust and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Urban Studies (2009)

by Ray Hutchison

to tokenism (informing, consultation, placation), and finally citizen power (partnership, delegated power, and citizen control).

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Public Management and Governance (2015)

by Gambhir Bhatta

determining the end product: manipulation, therapy, informing, consultation, placation, partnership, delegated power, and citizen control (see S. Arnstein, “A Ladder of Citizen Participation,” Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 1969, ...

Google previewDictionary of Jargon (Routledge Revivals) (2013)

by Jonathon Green

manipulation; therapy; informing, consultation; placation; partnership, delegated power; citizen control. ladders n pl [Glassmaking] See washboard. ladies 1. n pl [Sex] a black pimp's reference to prostitutes.

Google previewA Dictionary of Social Work and Social Care (2013)

by John Harris, Vicky White

Assessed and Supported Year in Employment Citizen control Degrees of citizen power Delegated power Partnership Placation Consultation Degrees of tokenism :|~ Nonparticipation Fig.2 Ladder of citizen participation Arnstein, S. 'A ...

Google previewIllustrated Dictionary of Entomology (2007)

by Paras Nath

Soil application: Pesticide placation to the soil surface rather than to foliage. Head Thorax Abdomen r—A-WJ r “L w Pronotal comb Mesopleuron. S 359.

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Food Issues (2015)

by Ken Albala

Numerous factors may contribute to this trend: the emergence of the suburban car culture; the migration, by children and adults, from outdoor recreation to indoor placation; and the growing fast food nation lifestyle, to name a few. In addition ...

Google previewSchirmer's Complete Rhyming Dictionary (2010)

by Paul Zollo

peroration perpetration perpetuation personation personification perspiration perturbation petrification phonation pigmentation placation plantation plication pluralization polarization pollination population postulation potation precalculation.

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research (2014)

by David Coghlan, Mary Brydon-Miller

Thenext rungs —placation, consultation and informing—are barely better, andArnstein categorizes these rungs as tokenism.In tokenism, citizens areable to get good informationonthe plans andareableto voicetheir reactions to them,but there ...

Google previewDictionary Of Social Work (2010)

The Definitive A to Z of Social Work and Social Care by John Pierson

From the highest rung in descending order are citizen control, delegated power, partnership, placation, consultation, informing, therapy and manipulation. Because social work is committed to empowerment in principle, practitioners may be ...

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