massification


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massification

(ˌmæsɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the practice of making luxury products available to the mass market
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Massification is not a synonym of democratization, democratization demands available information.
Le profit ne pouvant oublier ses propres criteres et affronter, entre autres, la massification, les necessites d'une carte de l'enseignement superieur en relation avec la regionalisation avancee ou l'investissement oblige dans les sciences fondamentales a fonds perdus.
Sajidin, emphasised on the role of globalisation and massification of higher education which required the implementation of quality assurance programme in higher education.
Si la tendance a la massification est manifeste, implique-t-elle pour autant une democratisation?
Le parcours d'Etienne Parent est semblable a celui qu'a connu la pensee en Europe de l'Est, oU une premiere formulation de l'idee de nation par le biais du rationalisme abstrait des Lumieres, dans quelques cercles, de Prague a Varsovie en passant par Budapest (31), fut progressivement delaissee au profit d'une conception romantique, enracinee et particulariste du peuple, permettant la popularisation, la massification et la politisation du sentiment national (32).
Dans cette perspective, il a ete soutenu que pour sa survivance memorielle en societe, la nouvelle mission du haik doit s'orienter vers la massification de son impact de tenue nuptiale qui supplantera ainsi la robe de mariee occidentale.
Tackling the scale/cost problem through massification is dramatically in evidence with recent efforts to distribute microinsurance through mobile phone networks in Africa.
Failing to do so--through maintaining highly restricted access to university level education, or allowing massification to be accompanied by deteriorating quality--will hamper economic growth, weaken democracy and good governance, and leave a generation without the opportunity to pursue their ambitions for a better future.
The histories of most societies illustrate that massification produces people who are just as (or even more) prone to become delinquents, cynics, or nihilists as they are to become revolutionary thinkers and agents.
Many of the authors' most poignant observations concerning industrialization, secularization, and massification are not found in a tourist diary describing their voyages away from home, but in traveling through their own countries.
Either they have become objects of massification, or they have been imprinted by mass culture with their emblematic fragments from popular magazines and newspapers emblazoned into their brightly glazed surfaces.
Growing massification, as well as internationalisation of tertiary education, have highlighted the need for all students to develop both academic literacy and proficiency in the language of delivery, increasingly English around the globe.