Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But nothing had substantively changed - including the use of coercion.
He acknowledged the use of coercion to produce food due to shortages.
It can be contrasted with 'hard power', which is the use of coercion and payment.
The use of coercion in the transition period.
If we do, does this mean that the use of coercion, enthusiasm or the encouragement to be involved are equally acceptable?
It prohibits the use of coercion to make someone hold or change their religion or belief.
Many indigenous cultures were converted to Christianity, sometimes voluntarily, and other times through the use of coercion.
Initially (in the 390s), he had been sceptical about the use of coercion in religious matters.
This time also saw a shift from the use of coercion to that of religious education for conversions.
(Naked power, as noted earlier, is the use of coercion without any pretense to legitimacy.)
This requires extensive use of coercion.
Second, the Chinese reaction to loss of face is so strong that any use of coercion will meet stubborn counterforce, leading toward isolation.
This meant further discontent on the part of the workers and peasants, which would have meant a greater use of coercion by the state.
Of course, both police and military prefer to achieve their ends without the use of coercion, and some succeed in this far more than others.
Under federal law, slavery is defined, in part, by the use of coercion, torture, starvation, imprisonment, threats, and psychological abuse.
The Lithuanian Parliament appealed tonight to the world's governments to protest the possible use of coercion or violence against the republic.
However, Bahá'ís do not consider pioneering to be proselytism, a word which often implies the use of coercion to convert someone to a different religion.
Author Martin Yant discusses the use of coercion in plea bargaining:
It allows the user to control all aspects of the sexual encounter; seldom is that the case in reality without the use of coercion or violence.
Following Gramsci, Poulantzas argued that the dominant class relies on the complex use of coercion and consent.
Defending ecclesiastical right in 1301, Giles of Rome discussed the use of coercion, the material sword.
Rape is defined as 'zina biljabr' fornication/adultery with the use of coercion or compulsion.
Extortion: Demanding or taking of money, property or other valuables through use of coercion and/or force.
"Pornography that portrays sexual aggression as pleasurable for the victim increases the acceptance of the use of coercion in sexual relations,"
It does mention the prohibition on the threat of use of force and on the use of coercion to conclude an agreement:
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