individualisation


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Noun1.individualisation - discriminating the individual from the generic group or species
discrimination, secernment - the cognitive process whereby two or more stimuli are distinguished
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The directing ideas that we suggest as fundament of criminal law are: the principle of the legality of incrimination and penalty; the principle of the subsidiarity of criminal law; the principle of personal criminal liability; the principle of individualisation; the principle of the humanism of criminal law.
Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, is to step up the individualisation of its three mass-market, brands making them each more distinct to reduce overlaps and defuse tensions within the car making group, according to chief executive.
The technicians say the new effects have never previously been available in plastics and are designed to help brand owners offer individualisation, as well as helping products stand out at the point of sale.
Highlighting the exclusivity and unique nature of the ultra-luxury marque's renowned Bespoke Programme, the model, which was 18 months in the making, has already prompted strong interest from local automotive enthusiasts seeking the pinnacle in luxury and individualisation.
L'individualisation constitue-t-elle encore le paradigme de la religion en modernite tardive?
This is a well-researched book located in the theoretical backdrop of sociologist Ulrich Beck's 'individualisation' theory.
Wathelet considers that the judges should have verified whether the Commission had respected the principles of non-discrimination, proportionality and individualisation of penalties as well as its obligation to state reasons concerning the amount of the fine.
Les politiques d'education prioritaire en periode de decentralisation et d'individualisation. In M.
societal gangs, and on the late modern challenges of individualised social responsibility and the use of social relations in managing individualisation problems.
This fourth parameter builds upon the individualisation offered by the current Anateo family of lenses.
of Strathclyde, UK), "took the concept of social capital as both a topic for examination and a resource for development in facing the issue of re-forming professionalism in the context of enhanced competition and individualisation," with a focus on educational settings.

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