feelings of alienation

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  • Media can also have effects on morale and feelings of alienation.
  • He wrote in Spanish, English, and combinations of the two to express social criticism and his deep feelings of alienation.
  • These two characteristics help to reduce the feelings of alienation and disengagement.
  • The song deals with feelings of alienation from the mainstream society and the desire to find romantic love during adolescence.
  • Gabler asserts that the nature of their business and their movies can often be traced back to their feelings of alienation as immigrants.
  • Its lyrics encompass Roger Waters' feelings of alienation from other people.
  • Feelings of alienation are not associated with mainstream players, though those who are deeply, and often financially, committed to the game do tend to have these feelings.
  • Many his stories dealt with his feelings of alienation, in particular the story "The Tragedy of the Russian Writer."
  • Her relationship with Roland suffers, and he has a one-night stand with a visiting reporter due to his feelings of alienation and dissatisfaction.
  • Popular feelings of alienation in Saskatchewan from Ottawa reached a high point in 1982.
  • Attachment relationships in adults can also involve feelings of alienation.
  • Due to feelings of alienation and impotence, these workers embraced radical theories aimed at disrupting and replacing the established social order.
  • They reported feelings of alienation about the Harvard campus, being the lone black student in some classes, or feeling uncomfortable about comments and social interactions with other students on campus.
  • Dawn is happy to have her sister back, but Buffy's depression causes Dawn's feelings of alienation to lead to kleptomania.
  • Feelings of cultural and political polarization between red and blue states, which have gained increased media attention since the 2004 election, have led to increased mutual feelings of alienation and enmity.
  • Divorced Latter-day Saints may report feelings of alienation from fellow church-members and some Latter-day Saints may see divorce as "a sign of failure".
  • Throughout the short story, the main character's sanity, or rather, his feelings of alienation, are put into question as the Horla progressively dominates his thoughts.
  • She writes that, Alam argues that it is thus the attempt to regain control and the feelings of alienation that ultimately leads to an honor killing.
  • World War I intensified the feelings of alienation of the left wing from the moderate leadership of the SPA and their almost exclusive concentration upon electoral politics.
  • Poor integration of migrant communities can give way to feelings of alienation and resentment, while well-integrated migrants demonstrate that diversity brings progress and social cohesion.
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