massification


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massification

(ˌmæsɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the practice of making luxury products available to the mass market
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Stakeholders have raised concerns over the quality of education due to the now regarded as 'massification' of education.
And yet, for all the disengagement, there is tremendous anger, due in no small part to the massification of media.
Moving forward, it is likely that the delineation between products will become even more nebulous due to consolidation and massification (especially within sports nutrition), as brands strive to reach a large consumer base rather than serve niche groups.
The paper analyses three university enabling programs against the back drop of the massification of higher education in Australia, with a focus on retaining access and equity students.
The academy must similarly restore universities to their lost glory by championing research and innovation instead of massification and over-commercialisation of programmes.
The massification of data and opinion in online space may have been a boon but this kind of breadth has also spawned superficiality on a scale never before experienced by humanity.
The media that had a stronghold over the game of massification and demassification can now barely create an issue that can stand for a week.
Massification of higher education is in full force in most of the developing countries (UNESCO, 2000).
The large numbers of students involved have made medical schools uneasy, fearing that quality will be compromised for quantity, thus reflecting the dilemmas that have accompanied massification of higher education more generally.
The new venture aims to bring significant socio-economic and developmental transformations through creation and massification of intellectual property powered by emerging technologies.