suasion

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The act of urging or influencing; persuasion

James Cable, the author of Gunboat Diplomacy (Chatto & Windus, 1971), has created an excellent case study of naval presence and suasion during the era of appeasement.

the act of persuading
the act of persuading (or attempting to persuade); communication intended to induce belief or action
{i} persuasion, act of convincing
The act of persuading; persuasion; as, moral suasion
persuasion
moral suasion
Persuasion brought to bear by appeals to one's moral sense or ethics

The temperance movement also exacerbated ethnic tensions. Before 1850 this movement had been primarily one of self-denial and moral suasion aimed at persuading the Protestant middle and working classes to cast out demon rum and become sober, hard-working, upward-striving citizens.

moral suasion
Federal Reserve's influence upon banks to follow a particular course of action
moral suasion
During the mid- to late 1960s, the Lyndon B. Johnson Administration tried to deal with the mounting inflationary pressures by direct government influence. Wage-price guideposts were set up, and the power of the presidency was used to coerce big businesses and labor into going along with these guideposts. This general approach came to be known as "jawboning" (sometimes known as "moral suasion") — an unofficial but usually quite effective technique of arm-twisting to prevent labor and businesses from getting big wage or price increases, which works essentially by the implict threat of future Government "regulation" of their industry, such that would impair their profitability
moral suasion
A type of approach used by an authority to get members to adhere to a policy, goal or initiative It involves applying pressure on members, rather than using legislation or force, to achieve a desired result
moral suasion
A technique by which the Fed indicates its wishes to its membe banks, precluding more drastic actions to achieve desired goals
suasion

    Silbentrennung

    sua·sion

    Türkische aussprache

    sweyjın

    Synonyme

    suasiveness

    Aussprache

    /ˈswāᴢʜən/ /ˈsweɪʒən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'swA-zh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Latin suasion-, suasio, from suadEre to urge, persuade; more at SWEET.

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