Definition of Legitimators

1. legitimator [n] - See also: legitimator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Legitimators

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Literary usage of Legitimators

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1. Environmental Education, Ethics and Action in Southern Africa by Human Sciences Research Council, Johan Hattingh, Heila Lotz-sisitka, EEASA., EEASA (2002)
"... be "made to stick" in the society ... will depend more on the power than on the theoretical ingenuity of the respective legitimators (Beck, 1999:99). ..."

2. Knowledge, Curriculum and Qualifications in South African Further Education by Michael Young, Jeanne Gamble, Human Sciences Research Council (2007)
"She argues that the role of universities as legitimators of knowledge is being challenged - by the pressures of globalisation and the knowledge economy, ..."

3. Neorealismus, Neoliberalismus und Postinternationale Politik: Beispiel by Alexander Siedschlag (1997)
"... und die UNO hat hier nur die Rolle eines legitimators (vgl. UNITAF in Somalia und die schnelle Eingreiftruppe für Bosnien). Einzige Ausnahme ist bislang ..."

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