pluralisation


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Noun1.pluralisation - the act of pluralizing or attributing plurality to
inflection, inflexion - a change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function
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At the dawn of the third millennium, however, the worldwide growth of religious fundamentalisms as well as the pluralisation and individualization (but not the disappearance) of faith in the West suggest the need for a more nuanced understanding of the relation between secularity, modernity and religion.
Similarly, Delanty (2006) argues that a central component of cosmopolitanism involves the internal transformation of social and cultural phenomena through self-problematisation and pluralisation while also attending to the critical and reflexive aspects of a cosmopolitan stance.
First, there is 'the prioritisation of crime and the intensification and pluralisation of punishment' where we have seen increasing 'selective incapacitation' and 'selective rehabilitation' (Downes & Van Swaaningen, 2007) which involves a broader range of possible punishments, including restorative justice and a variety of tactics deployed to suppress 'risky' behaviour.
Cependant, dans le temps actuel, avec la diversification politique et culturelle qui definit cette belle epoque, les maisons de jeunes se veulent pour la pluralisation des idees de liberation et pour la promotion d'une culture de democratie et les valeurs de modernite.
Overall, she concludes, the multifunctional paradigm has failed to resonate in Canada for three reasons: Canadian decision makers have not seen the need to construct a new legitimation basis for government support of agriculture, there has been no loss of public support for agriculture, and the pluralisation of the farm community continues.
10) Recalling Dewey and the pluralisation of the notion of public (Dewey 1954).
Sieverts credits several forces in the production of this urban form: the preconditions of "the worldwide distribution of labour," "the dissolution of the cultural binding forces of the city and the radical pluralisation of city culture which is connected with it," and "the fact that .
As socioeconomic transformation deepens, the pluralisation of economic and social interests has become a fact in China.
This was a necessary response to the pluralisation of patterns of social and family life.
D'un autre cote, la pluralisation des sources d'information rend possible une exposition de plus en plus individualisable et des constructions ideelles de plus en plus particularisables (Gervais 2006; Laflamme et Reguigui 2003).
Indeed this is not helped by the unprecedented process of pluralisation and fragmentation of religious authority, comparable to that initiated by the Protestant Reformation.
They argue that Soviet Marxism, as the main theoretical framework of Russian IR, lost its significance after the fall of the Soviet Union, and many new concepts began to flourish, thus pluralisation has emerged in academic thinking and in the policy field as well.