authoritarianism

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sıkı yönetim
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) otoritarizm
otoriterlik
(isim) otoriter rejim
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) otoritecilik
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) yetkecilik
{i} otoriter rejim
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A political system controlled by rulers who deny popular participation in government
> political situation in which one person or a small group of people have absolute or nearly absolute control
political situation in which one person or a small group of people have absolute or nearly absolute control
A type of restrictive governmental system where people are under the rule of an individual, such as a dictator or king, or a group, such as a party or military junta
A system of government in which leaders are not subjected to the test of free elections
Form of government in which the rulers exercise authority without the consent of the governed No to be confused with its different sub-groups such as absolutism, despotism, dictatorship, or totalitarianism
An illegitimate system of rule by fear and arbitrary violence, usually in the hands of one spectacular leader - often a power-hungry monster like Uganda's Idi Amin, often a visionary who uses violence to attain his ends - like Napoleon or Castro
A political system where the administration of government is centralized The ruler's personality may play an important role in maintaining the system and advancing the notion and practice of extreme authority as a political virtue It is characterized by the curtailment of individual freedoms; excessive reliance on actual, and the threat of, violence and punishment; virtual unaccountability of government officals; and the aversion of the decision-making process to consultation, persuasion and the necessity of forging a policy consensus
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc )
Authoritarianism is the state of being authoritarian or the belief that people with power, especially the State, have the right to control other people's actions. Principle of unqualified submission to authority, as opposed to individual freedom of thought and action. As a political system, authoritarianism is antidemocratic in that political power is concentrated in a leader or small elite not constitutionally responsible to those governed. It differs from totalitarianism in that authoritarian governments usually lack a guiding ideology, tolerate some pluralism in social organization, lack the power to mobilize the whole population in pursuit of national goals, and exercise their power within relatively predictable limits. See also absolutism, dictatorship
A form of government distinguished by absolute power in the executive branch of a state and little legislative or judicial control over the executive branch; the power rests generally on coercive force, rather than on the popular assembly
{i} belief in total submission to government authority
anti-authoritarianism
the belief that communities should have the right to govern themselves and not be ruled by an outside force
authoritarianism

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