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clientelism

División en sílabas: cli·en·tel·ism
Pronunciación: /ˌklīənˈtelˌizəm, ˌklē-
 
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(also clientism /ˈklīənˌtizəm/)

Definición de clientelism en inglés:

sustantivo

A social order that depends upon relations of patronage; in particular, a political approach that emphasizes or exploits such relations.
Example sentences
  • The country still suffers from extensive clientelism, patronage, and corruption in anything the government does.
  • Novel aspects of state society relations such as clientelism and patrimonialism were opened up to inquiry.
  • Extended kinship relations may create clientelism and protectionism as well as organized crime.

Origen

1970s: from Italian clientelismo 'patronage system'.

Derivados

clientelistic

1
Pronunciación: /-telˈistik/
adjetivo
Example sentences
  • Elections were controlled through a clientelistic system based on the influence of landowners who thus wielded considerable power.
  • Fascism thus laid the foundation for the post-war creation of a sectional and clientelistic system of welfare.
  • The two majority parties have a long tradition of populist politics and they are quite prone to create clientelistic relations.

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