Europeanisation


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Noun1.Europeanisation - assimilation into European cultureEuropeanisation - assimilation into European culture  
assimilation, absorption - the social process of absorbing one cultural group into harmony with another
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Trends towards globalisation and Europeanisation require many different skills and knowledge in relation to the management of human resources.
settlement; the passing of compulsory consolidation of share interests to reform and simplify titles; the broad discretions given to the Native (later M?ori) Land Court to facilitate alienations; the compulsory Europeanisation of land between 1967 and 1974 where there were limited numbers of owners; and the compulsory acquisition of uneconomic share interests.
More recently, Europeanisation has been transformed from an elite privilege into a mass cultural phenomenon.
Nevertheless, the Europeanisation of the public administration is rather a theoretical approach than a real process while the convergence of administrative systems made modest progress.
Democratizing and Europeanisation of Macedonia limits the maneuvering space of the false politics, restricts the maneuvering space of the policies emerging from the ideological, Marxist and Leninist political circles, in their efforts to survive politically, selling fog to the Albanians", wrote the head of the Association of Journalists of the Republic of Macedonia, Naser Selmani.
But globalisation and Europeanisation suggest the possibility of 'interculturalism', that is, the creation of new identities as the result of encounters and engagement with others, including the immigrants made necessary for the European economy given low fertility rates and refugees escaping horrors in the near East and elsewhere.
Writing back in 2006, the author identified four dimensions to Greek foreign policy including the Europeanisation of Greek foreign policy; relations with Turkey; the state of affairs in the Balkans; and the Euro-Atlantic context.
Two World Wars, the rise and fall of the Soviet Empire and the burgeoning Europeanisation of Estonia have seen the issue of shifting and hardening borders gain increasing significance to these people on the very fringe of history.
Mokre also briefly discusses the EU's digital channels and journalists' attitudes toward Europeanisation.
It said "barmy" plans for harmonisation, integration and Europeanisation meant the bloc had a dire record against emerging markets as well as the United States, Canada and Australia.
It said "barmy" plans for harmonisation, integration and 'Europeanisation' meant the bloc had a dire record against emerging markets as well as the United States, Canada and Australia.
The Europeanisation of law, as a legal transfer method leads to the birth of a European procedural law that is imposed, on the one hand, by the need to establish and maintain equal social peace at a European level and, on the other hand by a certain attraction between legal cultures as well as an attempt to ameliorate the differences between the legal systems.

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