Objectivate


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Ob`jec´ti`vate


v. t.1.To objectify.
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What is interesting is that this ability to objectivate is also a means to communicate.
In other words, their study clearly shows that senior managers decide to initiate a planned redundancy scheme from the moment that they can objectivate the link between the losses presented at the last board meeting, and the amount of people that they are obliged to make redundant.
In order for the local business community to exist in the first place, and in order to be able to survive in that community the actor must be able to interpret the meaning of the behavior of other actors, so to say objectivate the subjective meaning of others.