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tr.v. ob·jec·ti·vized, ob·jec·ti·viz·ing, ob·jec·ti·viz·es
To make objective or impersonal; objectify.

ob·jec′ti·vi·za′tion (-vĭ-zā′shən) n.


(əbˈdʒɛktɪˌvaɪz) or


vb (tr)
to cause to be objective
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The tasks entrusted to the successful tenderer may relate in particular to: - identification, Accounting, Objectivization, Modeling of traffic problems, - the study of displacements, - assessment of the impact on traffic of measures taken in the field of infrastructure or organization of traffic on infrastructure, - drawing up plans or proposing measures to improve accessibility and mobility, - assessment of the socio-economic and environmental impact or relevance of infrastructure projects, - assessment of the direct and indirect costs of infrastructure.
The former group of diagnostic procedures includes all methods of hearing threshold objectivization, whereas the latter group includes highly relevant differential diagnosis procedures that reveal negative acoustic reflex response as a substantial finding.
This has been produced by the scientific medical rationality (6), aided by the objectivization of clinical knowledge and by technological development.
This objectivization is mediated through both social and institutional structures of science: by processes and rituals that include extensive discussion, criticism, and formal peer review.
Understanding is not only 'appropriation', but also objectivization, under the form of a system, a logical principle.
On the one hand, the collection of standardized data from the researchers failed, which raises the question whether it was apprehended as a form of objectivization belonging to bygone stages of academic research.
There, the Court ratified the intangibility of territorial regimes created by valid treaties even after their termination, which is labelled the principle of objectivization of boundary treaties.
Objectivization and subjectivization: A typology of voice systems
These girls engender their own objectivization as a mode of understanding: "Her right nipple burst, popped out like a tight wad of bubble gum, a pink swelling that felt itchy.
Through the deletion of agents such as "I" or "you," a shift to passive forms (as in "Medicine needs to be given"), or a shift to plural pronouns (as in "We need to give medicine"), these objectivization shields complicate the straight line from doctor to action, suggesting shared or at least "natural" action (Caffi, 1999).
Objectivization of player-racket interaction under field conditions is mainly based on vibration or electromyographic outcomes.