structuralize

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struc·tur·al·ize

 (strŭk′chər-ə-līz′)
tr.v. struc·tur·al·ized, struc·tur·al·iz·ing, struc·tur·al·iz·es
To form, organize, or incorporate into a structure.

struc′tur·al·i·za′tion (-ə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

structuralize

(ˈstrʌktʃərəˌlaɪz) or

structuralise

vb (tr)
to give structure to something

struc•tur•al•ize

(ˈstrʌk tʃər əˌlaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to form into or make part of a structure.
[1930–35]
struc`tur•al•i•za′tion, n.
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If this is so, how does one go about finding "a way out"--not structuralized as a tool for cultural discourse or a Western moral safety device--while keeping the inner desire for Sino-centrism in check?
In sum, Hermans (2001) moves beyond internal mental processes and external communication to argue that dialogical relationships are "embodied, structuralized and temporalized processes that start from the beginning of life.
This suggests that the Hallyu phenomenon accompanied by a certain symbolic power is structuralized, on its micro level, by various, heterogeneous resources and restrictions of everyday life in which social agents use, exploit, and appropriate cultural products (see de Certeau, 1984).
These indeed according to Doraswamy are the situation of things at the university libraries of sub-saharan Africa which militate against the structuralized ways of information utilization by students.
This research will now take the first steps to outline the contours of Japan's racialization dynamic, showing how Japan's structuralized social patterns contain racialization processes so embedded in space and time that they contribute to the differentiation, "othering," and subordination of people by phenotype, even when it is detrimental to Japanese society as a whole.
In contrast, systems frames, such as that found in theories of structuralized racialization, are associated with other predictable patterns and tendencies.
High-stakes-accountability practices and policies socialize PK-12 pre-service teachers to think, behave, and teach in ways that align with neoliberal interests, whereas SFE courses offer students alternative knowledges and wisdoms capable of identifying and challenging historically and presently dominant, structuralized inequities.
54) The criminal justice response to the Pickton circumstance does not tell a story of structuralized and systematized male violence against women.
This model contains a set of categories hierarchically structuralized around the phenomenon under study [36].
We can often find ourselves in the same place as those whom we previously challenged for being too politicized, denominationalized, structuralized, and narrow-minded.
Structuralized box-trainer laparoscopic training significantly improves performance in complex virtual reality laparoscopic tasks [1].
This definition shows that personality is structuralized and organized, is able to express the differences between people, and, furthermore, is able to influence behavior.