bipolarization

bipolarization

(baɪˌpəʊləraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

bipolarisation

n
the action of rendering something bipolar
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According to Vilaca (1997, 277), this led to the country's "bipolarization".
If the system of Russia-Turkey-Syria-Iran is balanced with each being the friend of others, then the outcome will be a bipolarization and a balanced configuration of Russia-Turkey-Syria-Iran bloc pitted against the U.S.-Israel alliance.
In fact, the important historical weight of the two largest political parties--the conservative Partido Popular and the socialist Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol--has led to references to an antagonistic bipolarization of the Spanish media (Sampedro & Seoane Perez, 2008).
Blouin argues that this is important context for what she calls the "gradual bipolarization of the Delta's hydrography under Roman rule" (p.
The bipolarization of the segregation study into a subjective experience (qualitative) and an objective history (quantitative) provides a view into CSC's method of adjudication of credible and worthy research.
Also, we assess the impact of the tax-benefit system on polarization, measured 9 10 by the Foster and Wolfson (1992) (FW) and Duelos, Esteban and Ray (2004) (DER) indices to assess bipolarization and polarization respectively.
This period is related to intensified bipolarization of party competition driven by rivalry of CSSD and ODS.
By some analyses, the secondary labor market accounts for almost half of all jobs [14], and labor force bipolarization has been growing over the past four decades [15].
The advancement of ICT led ICT driven global economy resulted in bipolarization between ICT advanced economy and ICT growing economy in both nations and global ICT firms (Watanabe et al., 2014).
The Departed contextualizes its narrative in a lawless Meta City that exists as a result of the bipolarization of global economic and political competitions.
It represents the depolarization end and bipolarization start, under normal circumstances of the heart, ventricular finally depolarization and ventricular earliest bipolarization have the mutual transitional zone which is overlapped about 10 ms in humans, if J point deviates from the baseline, that is, the J point shift, in early repolarization syndrome, acute myocardial ischemia, pericarditis and bundle branch block, and so forth [2].
Keywords: income polarization, bipolarization, middle class, inequality, social policies