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Definition of Noncooperation
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Noncooperation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. From Dictatorship to Democracy: A Conceptual Framework for Liberation by Gene Sharp (2003)
"Literature and speeches advocating resistance Citizens' noncooperation with ... General administrative noncooperation 146. Judicial noncooperation 147. ..."
2. Managing Resources in Erratic Environments: An Analysis of Pastoralist by Nancy McCarthy, Celine Dutilly-Diane (2004)
"By establishing the sign of equation (A3), we can determine under what conditions the stocking rate under noncooperation is greater than under joint ..."
3. Welfare Reform: State Sanction Policies and Number of Families Affected by Clarita A. Mrena, Patricia Elston (2000)
"Continued noncooperation reduces the grant by 100% for a minimum of 3 months. Repeated noncooperation may result in the maximum lifetime sanction. ..."
4. Welfare Reform: States' Early Experiences with Benefit Termination by David P. Bixler (1998)
"Sanctions for first three instances of noncooperation are in accord with JOBS ... Sanction for fourth and subsequent instances of noncooperation is loss of ..."
5. Sudan, Oil, and Human Rights by Jemera Rone (2003)
"... the Arab embargo on Israel.179 On October 25, Sudanese IMF issued a declaration of noncooperation against Sudan, which remained in place until 1999. ..."
6. Federal Fugitive Apprehension: Agencies Taking Action To Improve by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"... and noncooperation, is not large. Nevertheless, there have been instances that agency officials said have or potentially could have adversely affected ..."