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POISON PILLS
HEAVY EXPLOITATION
SHARED MORAL PRECEPTS
RICARDIAN LABOR THEORY
DOMESTIC ECONOMIC EXPANSION
MEXICAN SILVER MINES
AFRICAN AMERICAN FEMALE SLAVES
HEAVY COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION
PRACTICAL EXPLOITATION
OVER-CUTTING
FAIRTRADE TEAS
ALLEGED EXPLOITATION
CHILD LABOR
PROSTITUTION
FURTHER EXPLOITATION
INTENSIVE EXPLOITATION
FIRE REGIME
EXPLOITATION FILMS
SYSTEMATIC EXPLOITATION
FEUDAL EXPLOITATION
HUMAN EXPLOITATION
EXPLOITATION THEORY
ANIMAL EXPLOITATION
CAPITALIST EXPLOITATION
USER CLICKS
SUCCESSFUL EXPLOITATION
ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION
COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION
MARINE RESOURCES
COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION
RIGHT
MAN
FREE MARKET
SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
EXPLOITS
WORKING PEOPLE
BALEEN WHALES
SOCIOLOGISTS
YOUNG PEOPLE
SOUTH
SUDAN
SPECIES
EXTINCTION
SOCIAL
MORALITY
COLONIZATION
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Definitions

  1. Exploitation was the central element in the peasants' definition of the miroyed as well as in outsiders' definition of the kulak. (Web site)
  2. Exploitation is only one form of oppression, among many. (Web site)
  3. Exploitation is brought to an end.
  4. Exploitation is trivial and grants root access. (Web site)
  5. Exploitation is easy if inflation automatically increases real tax revenues without further political actions being required.

Poison Pills

  1. Poison pills are a common parliamentary trick that depend on the creation and exploitation of Condorcet cycles. (Web site)

Heavy Exploitation

  1. Indonesia has large tracts of forests that are experiencing heavy exploitation and conversion to agricultural land uses.

Shared Moral Precepts

  1. Presumable such small-scale ownership and shared moral precepts would abolish exploitation and greedy profit-taking. (Web site)

Ricardian Labor Theory

  1. The Austrian economist Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk argued against both the Ricardian labor theory of price and Marx's theory of exploitation.

Domestic Economic Expansion

  1. Exploitation of Solomon Islands' fisheries also offers prospects for export and domestic economic expansion.

Mexican Silver Mines

  1. Kino, who has been called "the cowboy missionary", had fought against the exploitation of Indians in Mexican silver mines.

African American Female Slaves

  1. Jacob's account broke the silence on the exploitation of African American female slaves, and it remains crucial reading. (Web site)

Heavy Commercial Exploitation

  1. In the North Pacific, humpback abundance was estimated at fewer than 1,400 whales in 1966, after heavy commercial exploitation. (Web site)

Practical Exploitation

  1. There are several companies developing the process to enable practical exploitation of so-called stranded gas reserves. (Web site)

Over-Cutting

  1. Logging similarly fell off as over-cutting and the exploitation of other forests made Vermont's forest less attractive.

Fairtrade Teas

  1. Clipper Teas Ltd Official Site - Ethical tea company specialising in organic and fairtrade teas and coffees without exploitation to people and planet. (Web site)

Alleged Exploitation

  1. Like hip hop, reggaeton has caused controversy due to its often explicit lyrics and alleged exploitation of women.

Child Labor

  1. Hundreds of people gathered in the Laleh Park downtown Tehran to demonstrate against the exploitation of minors on the World Day against Child Labor.

Prostitution

  1. The majority of the people interviewed likened prostitution to exploitation.
  2. The document entitled "Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others". (Web site)

Further Exploitation

  1. This is highly recommended since "Ping" is among the oldest and most common methods used to locate systems prior to further exploitation.
  2. A. The documentation serves as a lessons learned which may help avoid further exploitation of the same vulnerability.

Intensive Exploitation

  1. The most intensive exploitation has taken place in antarctic waters, where large numbers of most species gather for part of the year to feed on plankton.
  2. Natural resources Because of the intensive exploitation throughout Taiwan's pre-modern and modern history, the island's mineral resources (eg.

Fire Regime

  1. European colonisation of Australia has directly affected Banksia through land clearing, exploitation of flowers and changes to the fire regime. (Web site)
  2. European colonisation of Australia has directly affected Banksia through deforestation, exploitation of flowers and changes to the fire regime.

Exploitation Films

  1. The word "blaxploitation" is a portmanteau of "black" and "exploitation", indicating that blaxploitation is a subgenre of exploitation films. (Web site)

Systematic Exploitation

  1. The Industrial Revolution came to Asturias after 1830 with the discovery and systematic exploitation of coal and iron resources. (Web site)
  2. Slavery however refers to the systematic exploitation of labour for some purpose.
  3. As Bietti Sestieri (1988) argues, the systematic exploitation of the copper-ores in Calabria must not began prior to the end of the Italian Late Bronze Age. (Web site)

Feudal Exploitation

  1. Some Bai people in remote areas still suffered feudal exploitation and oppression at the time of liberation.
  2. These monasteries were dark fortresses of feudal exploitation­they were armed villages of monks complete with military warehouses and private armies.
  3. But this would be an attempt to set up a system of feudal exploitation in the midst of a free community. (Web site)

Human Exploitation

  1. In the fourth year: Indonesia approves an end to human exploitation and prostitution. (Web site)
  2. Killer whales have not been as directly impacted by human exploitation as other whale species. (Web site)
  3. The history of slavery covers many different forms of human exploitation across many cultures and throughout human history. (Web site)

Exploitation Theory

  1. Within this framework, Marx applies the labor theory of value and the iron law of wages, and arrives at the exploitation theory.
  2. Somewhat less prominent, but no less important, is the conceptual framework within which the exploitation theory is advanced. (Web site)
  3. Exploitation theory A Marxist theory that views racial subordination in the United States as a manifestation of the class system inherent in capitalism. (Web site)

Animal Exploitation

  1. True animal rights advocates, however, pursue abolitionist philosophy and tactics, as they seek the end of all forms of animal exploitation.
  2. Therefore, animal welfare does not -- it cannot -- challenge or incrementally abolish animal exploitation. (Web site)

Capitalist Exploitation

  1. The analysis of the Minutemen is a false class consciousness, and not one that will challenge the overall structure of capitalist exploitation. (Web site)

User Clicks

  1. It can arrive via exploitation of computer vulnerability or when a user clicks on an infected email.

Successful Exploitation

  1. Successful exploitation requires that the user clicks on the "Log" tab to view the on-screen server log.

Economic Exploitation

  1. Anarchists, therefore, argue that "economic exploitation and political domination.

Commercial Sexual Exploitation

  1. Crewmembers of foreign fishing vessels that stopped in Kiribati engaged in commercial sexual exploitation of women, some of whom were underage.
  2. Internally, Bangladeshis are trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, and bonded labor. (Web site)

Marine Resources

  1. Patron-client relationships have a significant influence on the exploitation of marine resources in certain parts of Island Southeast Asia. (Web site)

Commercial Exploitation

  1. Commercial exploitation of marine resources and a history of fur trapping has taken its toll on several species. (Web site)
  2. Conservation Threats to B. brownii include loss of habitat due to land clearing, commercial exploitation, disease, and changes to the fire regime.
  3. Commercial exploitation of resources in the Ross Sea region began in the 1920's when Norwegian whalers entered the Ross Sea.

Right

  1. The licensee has no right to authorize any entity or individual, other than that referred to in the contract for exploitation, to exploit the patent. (Web site)

Man

  1. The exploitation of man by man and the domination of man over man are inseparable, and each is the condition of the other." [ Anarcho-Syndicalism, pp.

Free Market

  1. We must stress, therefore, that the exploitation of workers is not defined as payment less than competitive ("free market") for their labour.

Southern Hemisphere

  1. More than 60,000 humpbacks were killed between 1910 to 1916 in the southern hemisphere, and there were other peaks of exploitation in the 1930's and 1950's.

Exploits

  1. Exploits can be categorized by the type vulnerability they exploit or the method of exploitation.

Working People

  1. Pre-war Poland was portrayed as a capitalist state based on exploitation of the working people and ethnic minorities. (Web site)

Baleen Whales

  1. Unlike most other baleen whales, it has rarely been subject to exploitation.

Sociologists

  1. Sociologists hoped not only to understand what held social groups together, but also to develop an "antidote" to social disintegration and exploitation.

Young People

  1. Ward, Jennifer and Patel, Nasima (2006) Broadening the discussion on sexual exploitation: ethnicity, sexual exploitation and young people. (Web site)

South

  1. The mineral wealth of Wales was opened to exploitation, at first in the north, then in the rich coal fields of the south. (Web site)

Sudan

  1. East African Bishop Daniel Wandabula spoke of how ignorance, exploitation and diseases of poverty plague Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda. (Web site)

Species

  1. The small size of this species may have saved it from the years of exploitation suffered by most other baleen whales.
  2. Most species are currently protected from commercial exploitation.
  3. Heavy exploitation of benthic species, such as shrimps and scallops, also affects other species in the benthic communities. (Web site)

Extinction

  1. The world imposed a moratorium on all hunts in 1986 after many species were driven towards extinction by decades of exploitation for meat, oil and whalebone. (Web site)

Social

  1. For them the existing economic order is the source of their exploitation and their social and political subjugation. (Web site)

Morality

  1. Governments can refuse to issue a patent for an invention if its commercial exploitation is prohibited for reasons of public order or morality. (Web site)

Colonization

  1. The Trans-Siberian RR (constructed 1891-1905) opened much of Siberia to colonization and exploitation. (Web site)

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