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Related to conventionalization: dropping by, sought out


tr.v. con·ven·tion·al·ized, con·ven·tion·al·iz·ing, con·ven·tion·al·iz·es
To make conventional.

con·ven′tion·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Noun1.conventionalization - the act of conventionalizing; conforming to a conventional style
stylisation, stylization - the act of stylizing; causing to conform to a particular style
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1979 "The Conventionalization of Early Factory Crime." International Journal of the Sociology of Law 7: 37-60.
Among their topics are characteristics of lexical conventionalization in Chinese, botany meets lexicology: the relationship between experiential salience and lexical diversity, the use of cognitive state verbs in narratives of school-age Cantonese-speaking children with and without language impairment, lexical variation of ideophones in Chinese classics: their implications in embodiment and migration, and textual patterns of modern western paintings: a cognitive multimodal exploration.
Caracciolo's three-step decoding of reader's strange reading experience helps to demonstrate why and how conventionalization is formed: from the initial character-centered illusion, to cognitive dissonance and to the adoption of interpretative strategies, readers' cognitive frames get expanded so that initial strangeness is perceived to be understandable, during which the original unnaturalness gets conventionalized during the course of reading process.
The Parent Adolescent Relationship Questionnaire (PAR-Q) (Robin, Koepke, Moye, & Gerhardstein, 2009) is a 152-item true or false self-report inventory measuring the relationship between adolescents and parents by examining overt conflict skill deficits (conventionalization, global distress, communication, problem-solving, school, sibling, eating conflicts), beliefs (malicious intent, perfectionism, ruination), family structure (coalitions between mother/father, parent/adolescent, spouse/adolescent, level of cohesion) and triangulation (who is in the "middle").
The earliest extant Tarot cards are unique painted works of art created for fifteenth-century aristocratic patrons; the popularity of Tarot games led to the availability of cheap printed decks for use by the less affluent public and the printing process lead to design conventionalization. The conventionalized designs associated with what came to be called the "Marseilles" type--which has many minor and major variations--is still readily available today.
Adding the Taste of Necessity to the Conventionalization Debate." Agriculture and Human Values 30:429-441.
This figure points to its high level of conventionalization. In some rare and specific cases the preposition u can be replaced by the preposition na.
Since the continual processes of conventionalization inevitably incorporate unnatural aspects of literature into our cognitive frames and scripts, the disorienting effects of the unnatural in postmodern narratives will eventually (or perhaps already have) become conventionalized.
An important question regarding further development of the market is how market expansion and the introduction of organics as retail private labels in large chains (e.g., Walmart) and in discounters--discussed in the scope of the so-called conventionalization (Darnhofer et al.
(177) Phil Mount & John Smithers, The Conventionalization of Local Food: Farm Reflections on Local, Alternative Beef Marketing Groups, 4 J.
Motivated language change: processes involved in the growth and conventionalization of onomatopoeia and sound symbolism.