Noun(1) a state of forcible subjugation(2) (psychiatry(3) the act of repressing; control by holding down
(1) The last forty pages of the publication are dedicated to the numerous journalists who have fallen the victims of repression around the world.(2) The demand for equal access to oil wealth by local communities and the harsh repression and murder of many indigenous activists by the government protecting the oil companies have made the region notorious.(3) With a camera in hand, she was free to ask the impertinent questions that would emancipate society from its sexual repression .(4) Aristocratic progress is thus checked by the very body responsible for brutal repression , allowing Grandison to avoid complicity in violence.(5) the repression of anger can be positively harmful(6) Before the 1990s this genre was practiced on a rather small scale, not least because of political repression and a conservative, rigidly regulated bureaucracy.(7) It also provides practical help to journalists and media that are the victims of repression .(8) The ruling royal family, which has enjoyed the lion's share of oil wealth, is perceived as corrupt, and repression of domestic discontent is high.(9) children and adults pay a heavy price for their deep repression of thoughts about death(10) This lack may be projected onto their culture, particularly if the lack is due to a culturally driven repression .(11) Quentin's attempt to project an alternative ideal for Caddy is a form of repression , masking his unspoken desire for something he cannot have.(12) Suo's movie was, beyond sweet entertainment, a subtle look at Japanese work culture and the repression of desire.(13) Freudian analysis sees human behaviour being directed by repression of feelings from early childhood.(14) In the short term, more repression may be an effective way for these leaders to quell opposition.(15) After Freud, no one can ignore the realm of the unconscious and repression , and Weinrich considers him as well.(16) When his lawyer describes him as ├ö├ç├┐the modern man├ö├ç├û, we understand that his repression is shared by the film's society.
1. suppression ::
2. oppression ::
3. restraint ::
Different Formsrepression, repressions
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