Meaning of familistic in English:



See familist

‘Greater clarity, however, can be achieved regarding the function of these social centers if they are understood as embedded within familistic or political relations - Judean, urban, imperial.’
  • ‘As Murray has it, ‘highly familistic, consensual cultures have been the norm throughout history and the world.’’
  • ‘Reordering is legitimated through an appeal to a higher religious court, and carried through in familistic or quasi-familistic arrangements.’
  • ‘It is the old patriarchal arrangements, the familistic socialism, cloaked in tradition and religion, which implies that individuals should help their kin, their people.’
  • ‘By such means insecure they were given the familistic support of a clearly, if artificially created collectivity.’