democratization

[ US /dɪˌmɑkɹətəˈzeɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the action of making something democratic
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How To Use democratization In A Sentence

  • They broadcast a statement reaffirming the army's support for the process of democratization and denouncing the delays in the electoral process.
  • Their idea of ‘democratisation’ is in fact little more than posturing, designed to boost their own moral authority rather than install anything like democracy around the world.
  • A toner cartridge is color (or the soot-black lack thereof, and by extension, Manichean dualism), disposability, the Gillette model of razor marketing, the democratization of print publishing. Lateral Thinking for Writers | The Long Write
  • China's leaders believed that immediate democratization, instead of serving to reconcile the conflicts of interest created by economic change, might instead exacerbate them.
  • That achievement, however tentative and imperfect, would ignite mounting aspirations for democratization from Iran to Morocco.
  • Nevertheless, the US contribution to the pacification and democratisation of Western Europe, and to a lesser extent the Pacific Rim, shows what can be done when local determination is succoured by superpower resources.
  • All who are participating in the new process for democratization in Iraq, for having a democratic, federative, parliamentarian system, they are our friends.
  • Consequently a WB report on Sub-Saharan Africa in 1989 promoted the idea that "democratization in the context of a free economy would compel governments to be more accountable, less corrupt and hence more efficient developmentally" thus, participation, accountability, and transparency formed the triad of good governance values font-family: Georgia; mso-ansi-language: EN-US "> We find it useful here to summarize how the institutions that started using the term firstly define" good governance ". undefined
  • We have already commented on Lego, Chris Anderson and what we call the democratisation of literature, now here is the democratisation of advertising. Democratisation of Ads
  • It addressed such issues as the uncertain supply of raw materials, the need for precisely dimensioned manufacturing materials, and the demand for democratization of goods.
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