The Russian-vodka boycott movement was sparked by sex columnist and gay advocate Dan Savage in a blog post on July 24.
A boycott of Food Network was called for when the network dropped her.
Palestinian civil society has called for boycott, Divestment and Sanctions.
The conservative Christian group mailed out nearly one million cards to supporters calling on them to boycott Disney products.
That is true, but that is precisely what the boycott tool is meant to do: disrupt the status quo until justice is restored.
The labor unions have shown that the boycott is a powerful weapon.
The sanction of the caste rules is in a boycott by all members of the caste.
Nearly three weeks of painful excitement had made but slight change in Mr. boycott's family.
But in a year they were trembling in the face of that boycott.
The length of the boycott now stands at five years seven months.
1880, noun and verb, from Irish Land League ostracism of Capt. Charles C. Boycott (1832-1897), land agent of Lough-Mask in County Mayo, who refused to lower rents for his tenant farmers. Quickly adopted by newspapers in languages as far afield as Japanese (boikotto). The family name is from a place in England.
The refusal to purchase the products of an individual, corporation, or nation as a way to bring social and political pressure for change.