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socio-political

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to a combination of social and political factors.

Etymologies

socio- +‎ political (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • In the Middle East and North Africa, socio-political changes provide a context for difficult economic reforms, yet follow through is far from automatic.

    Vinod Thomas: What Will It Take to Confront the Global Crises?

  • The dust has not yet settled but if the accounts of hacked information are true then we probably are seeing a major impact on socio-political issues in the making.

    2009 November - Telic Thoughts

  • Since the January 14 overthrow of Tunisian strongman Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and the subsequent February 11 toppling of Egyptian autocrat Hosni Mubarak via campaigns of mass civil disobedience, the socio-political landscape of the Middle East and North Africa has been dramatically, and perhaps permanently, altered.

    Atif Choudhury: The Libyan No-Fly Zone: A New Paradigm for Humanitarian Intervention and the Reinforcement of Democracy

  • I think the ability of the government to disarm the public is due to socio-political forces.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » District Court Upholds Ban on Possessing Guns While an Illegal User of a Controlled Substance

  • The Epistle of Philemon was used by both sides in the debate and, like the (spurious) notion that the curse of Ham was black skin (which is at odds with the begatting Ham does of most of Babylonia), is evidence only of religion being (re) interpreted for use as post facto moral justification for prejudice, the dehumanisation at the heart of it, and the abhorrent socio-political exploitations born of it.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • Third: Assessing the value of the project in socio-political terms seems to me to be what I'm talking about at the ethical critique level.

    More on Critique

  • The foundation of the SBC rather evidences the idea that the schism with the northern baptists over slavery was a product of the different socio-political investment between the cultures of northern and southern US states.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • Evidence is, I claim, with reference to variations in UK and US culture, that religion is a bad thing in its own right, a product of general human socio-political psychology which inhibits doubt, thereby creating the “bad thinking” and the “superstition”.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • You said Senor Morales, the man in the mirror, is the man behind the curtain in religion as a socio-political control mechanism.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • Well, if you look at the basic laws in religion - without the silly ones added on later for socio-political reasons - they're all about communal agreement.

    Law can be influenced by religion | Jonathan Chaplin

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