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Noun1.glamorisation - the act of glamorizing; making something or someone more beautiful (often in a superficial way)
beautification - the act of making something more beautiful
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There's no doubt that there is a glamorisation of football disorder and kids are attracted to it for the wrong reason," said Amanda Jacks, a case worker with the Football Supporters' Federation.
THERE has been sickening glamorisation of KGB mole Kim Philby, with the release of a video of him lecturing to East German Stasi officers.
Talking about his part, he slammed the glamorisation of 1960s criminal gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray.
A quarter of a century later and the film is still the source of much debate, for its undoubted misogyny, glorification of greed and glamorisation of prostitution.
And it is that, not the glamorisation of any single soldier, society must focus on.
Of Mackenzie, O'Connell said: "I just needed to work out that his incentives were pure and clean, that there wasn't any potential glamorisation of this particular world.
The commercialisation or rather glamorisation of being in a relationship or how to get into a relationship has been imposed on both sexes with the view to eliminate any or all traces of original thought or behaviour and to replace it with a cognitive setup that can easily be manipulated through magazines like Men's Health or FHM, which rarely assist him in dealing with the complexity of this perilous journey.
The 44-year-old, who recently split from long-term girlfriend, actress Rachel McAdams, believes there is a major problem surrounding the glamorisation of drink and drugs.
The modern glamorisation of the medical profession has seen a television series character inspire a new generation of 'wannabe' neurosurgeons.
Tyneside folk criticised the show for its damaging portrayal of life in the Toon, with alcohol campaigners also queuing up to slam the series for its glamorisation of binge drinking.
This method of valorisation and glamorisation of the military service made its value higher than its real economic worth to an individual thus making this necropolitical job very attractive in spite of its low individual economic benefits.