- Latin optatio. See option. (Wiktionary)
“At the present time there are eighteen members who were recruited by co-optation, that is to say invited by the Committee itself, to become members.”
“When men of color are disproportionately incarcerated because of these laws that have been passed in part through the co-optation of anti-violence rhetoric, the entire community, particularly women who are often the community caretakers, is negatively impacted.”
“There was a time when I would look at Kalamu's criticisms of co-optation re: the mainstream success of black women writers as pretty much just sour grapes.”
“There of course would need to be an effort to induce the Taliban to stop fighting and start negotiating, but really, this is how insurgencies usually end: through co-optation rather than outright defeat or victory.”
“And it skillfully limns the morphology of a scene, from creation and discovery to co-optation and destruction.”
“Actually, when I talk about the co-optation of open, I talk about the organic and green movements as prime examples of co-opted movements.”
“Co-optation, or a willingness to include our opponents in our overall game plan, is difficult to oppose, if it actually occurs.”
“Additionally, it was your idea for the Karzai government to offer amnesty to the Taliban -- a doctrine that you called, "co-optation in exchange for cooperation.”
“Will there be a return to the streets or more co-optation by the illusions of power in the suites?”
“Unleashing the powerful synergies of (5) and (6) will require the relatively rapid and effective involvement of millions of people to avoid co-optation or subversion.”
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