Definition of personalistic in English:



  • See personalism

    • ‘Personal growth and relational issues provide the content of personalistic reflection.’
    • ‘Proto-industrializarion and the fragmentation of holdings which it promoted presented new occasions for personalistic ties between landlord and tenant.’
    • ‘Like other personalistic leaders, he has preferred loyalists over experienced, well-trained experts when making government appointments.’
    • ‘Variables that interact thus can be situational, personalistic, or a combination of situational and personalistic factors.’
    • ‘A personalistic system of patron-client relationships is another key to the nation's political culture.’