• (noun): The act of becoming formally connected or joined.
    Example: "Welcomed the affiliation of the research center with the university"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on affiliation:

Bay City Television - History - Becoming "San Diego 6"
... the previous year as part of his takeover of corporate parent Tribune Company) had signed an affiliation agreement with Fox for its San Diego CW affiliate KSWB-TV ... as officials were unaware about the pending affiliation switch until the announcement was made public ... The fate of both XETV and the CW affiliation for the San Diego market remained unclear until July 2, 2008, when channel 6 announced that it had signed an affiliation ...
Charles Foti - Electoral History
... First Ballot, February 3, 1990 Candidate Affiliation Support Outcome Charles Foti Democratic needs more research Elected Henry Julien, Jr ... Defeated Criminal Sheriff, Parish of Orleans, 1994 First Ballot, February 5, 1994 Candidate Affiliation Support Outcome Charles Foti Democratic Unopposed Elected ...
List Of Theology Journals - List of Theological Journals - Explanation
... The Affiliation field is generally sourced on explicit editorial statements ... Academic (no specific affiliation) Archaeological Linguistic Theological Interreligious (religious affiliation not specified) Christian Ecumenical (denom ...
Christianity In Jamaica - Percentage of Jamaicans By Religious Affiliation
... Affiliation Percentage Church of God 24% Seventh-day Adventist 11% Pentecostalism 10% Baptist 7% Anglicanism 4% Roman Catholicism 2% Reform 2% Methodism 2% Jehovah's Witnesses 2% Moravian 1 ...

More definitions of "affiliation":

  • (noun): A social or business relationship.
    Example: "A valuable financial affiliation"
    Synonyms: association, tie, tie-up

Famous quotes containing the word affiliation:

    Men seem more bound to the wheel of success than women do. That women are trained to get satisfaction from affiliation rather than achievement has tended to keep them from great achievement. But it has also freed them from unreasonable expectations about the satisfactions that professional achievement brings.
    Phyllis Rose (b. 1942)

    Women will not advance except by joining together in cooperative action.... Unlike other groups, women do not need to set affiliation and strength in opposition one against the other. We can readily integrate the two, search for more and better ways to use affiliation to enhance strength—and strength to enhance affiliation.
    Jean Baker Miller (20th century)