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Examples of Alienation

Sentences with the noun Alienation

5 examples:

There is only one way left to escape the alienation of present day society: to retreat ahead of it.
(Roland Barthes)

It tapped a rich vein in the alienation of Los Angeles -- and viewer interest in characters able to evolve.
(Forbes - Business, )

The author, who once lived in Tokyo, shares some of her favorite spots, as well as her struggles with alienation in the city.
(The New York Times - Travel, )

Far from motivating teens to become active, the use of Fitbits in schools has been linked to poor self-esteem and a sense of alienation.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

The oddball premise and quirky characters ultimately aren’t enough to lift up “Man Underground,” a sci-fi-infused indie drama that puts the “alien” back in alienation.
(Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

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31 examples:

Without alienation, there can be no politics.
(Arthur Miller)

You can't put abandonment and alienation under arrest.
(Carrie P. Meek)

I think the degree of alienation and despair is more universal.
(Terry Southern)

Brisbane mother Sally Faulkner tells of "parental alienation".
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Chilean Roberto Doveris debuts with a dark, off-kilter study of teen alienation.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

The movie ticket subscription service is a textbook study in customer alienation.
(Rob Cain, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/robcain/ in Forbes - Business, )

And wild installations take on identity, alienation and the poetry of Arthur Rimbaud.
(Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )

A bullied film geek slips over the edge in a funny-creepy tale of alienation and self-delusion.
(Inkoo Kang in Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )

A Brazilian take on contemporary alienation, loosely based on the Edgar Allan Poe story published in 1840.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

Most U.S. forecasters missed the tsunami of alienation and anger that propelled Donald Trump to the presidency.
(Los Angeles Times - Daily Dish, )

DeVos's inexperience in public schools, her alienation of some moderate Republicans came together to create the perfect storm.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Kazakh director Zhanna Issabayeva returns with a stark portrayal of the social alienation among the young have-nots of her country.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

President says the practice is overused and is linked to depression, alienation, withdrawal and the potential for violent behaviour.
(Reuters in The Telegraph - News, )

Sheila Callaghan’s volatile new work touches on beauty and body image, intimacy and alienation, art and commerce, fantasy and reality.
(The New York Times - Arts, )

This tale of a sex surrogate is a slick, engrossing tale of postmodern intimacy and urban alienation that harkens to classics of the '70s.
(Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

He’d been talking politics, mainly the widespread expressions of alienation by voters leading up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
(Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )

There are hints that what happened in Britain on Thursday was driven by economic exclusion, political alienation and fears about immigration.
(Aaron Wherry in CBC News - Canada, )

While Scotland and Wales have, as nations, awoken themselves from slumber, the English are stuck in a general alienation that is difficult to express.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Even as women distinguish themselves as enlisted soldiers, many struggle with depression and a sense of alienation in an intensely male military world.
(The New York Times - World News, )

Labour's Douglas Alexander says the Rochester and Strood by-election result has sent "strong messages" to all parties and highlighted a sense of "alienation".
(BBC News - Politics, )

David Cameron says peace could be put at risk by leaving the European Union - but Boris Johnson hits back calling the EU "a force for instability and alienation".
(BBC News - Politics, )

When Lorde appeared four years ago, the idea that drove the young New Zealander’s music was a prideful alienation from the supposedly hollow pageantry of pop culture.
(Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )

Pope Francis and Donald J. Trump each has diagnosed similar societal issues, seeking followers in seas churning with anger, dislocation, spiritual alienation and economic inequality.
(The New York Times - World News, )

In the Lebanese city of Tripoli, support for Islamic State is finding fertile ground in the same kind of resentment and alienation that has propelled its meteoric rise in Syria and Iraq.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Night Moves Four stars out of five Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, Peter Sarsgaard Directed by: Kelly Reichardt Running time: 112 minutes It’s the sense of alienation that lingers.
(The Vancouver Sun - Entertainment/Arts, )

Britain’s top divorce lawyer has said that cheating spouses caught out in the Ashley Madison hack may have simply been seeking affection and companionship “after years of abuse, alienation or rejection”.
(The Independent - Gadgets & Tech, )

Websites and social networks that can help kids cope with isolation and alienation can simultaneously normalize racist fringe political views, by allowing people with these views to get together and form larger communities.
(Cartoon Of The Day, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/cartoonoftheday/ in Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Art Garfunkel, in our recent interview, says the message of alienation applies to Ferguson, MO, site of recent unrest following the grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer in the fatal shooting of a black teenager.
(Forbes - Technology, )

The Bombardier deal is easy to criticize, but the western alienation argument is a misguided attack, since experts say it lacks credibility and distracts from the important debates about the need for an industrial strategy in Canada.
(Kyle Bakx in CBC News - Canada, )

Reenvisioning “Twelfth Night” through millennial-tinted glasses, Coeurage Theatre Company’s revival in Burbank transposes Shakespeare’s plot and theme of cultural alienation into a contemporary fable about diversity and tolerance.
(Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )

It says something about our alienation from each other in modern society that there's such a wealth of art being made about strangers actually having some form of interaction lately, the latest being a series of photographs showing strangers touching or embracing as though they are familiar with one another.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

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