missionization

missionization

(ˌmɪʃənaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

missionisation

n
the work and practice of missionaries
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Organic sales increased by: (1) $135 million for Surveillance & Strike Systems primarily due to higher volume related to procurement and ISR missionization of business jet aircraft systems for the U.S.
(5) Of similar origin to the Acholi term jok, before missionization it is likely that jwok was used to describe all supernatural forces, both malevolent and benevolent.
"IAI stands ready to support L3 MAS, but we are fully aware that the company already has the capability to integrate new systems on their own as they have shown this through their work on the CF-18 fleet and various ISR missionization programs for many years now," said IAI's Keret.
Buddhist modernism emerged as a form of both resistance and accommodation to the forces of European colonization and Protestant missionization of Buddhists in Asian countries.
It was reported that the "[s]tyle of these black missionaries is characterised by a simple earnestness and pathos which lends great interest to their remarks, and they sing in parts with excellent effect." (81) The fact that these men performed a Fisk Jubilee hymn seems to suggest that, as a form, "Jubilee" was both popularized and commercialized not only within diasporic populations as part of missionization, but by Indigenous Aboriginal Australians as part of missionization (Figure 12).
The DAGOR's modularity continues to allow for missionization, including the Squad Carrier configuration, the Personnel Recovery Kit, or Canada's Ultra-Light Combat Vehicle (ULCV) configuration.
Spanish colonization and subsequent missionization on the Georgia bight, a large embayment extending along the Atlantic coast from North Carolina to northern Florida, during the seventeenth century are associated with increased indigenous physiological stress and dietary change (Fig.
Like so many other colonized peoples, Marquesans subsequently suffered under a prolonged assault from escalated levels of warfare, disease, missionization, forced cultural assimilation, and a precipitous population decline that together triggered a massive loss of indigenous knowledge and traditional practices (Bailleul 2001:83; Dening 1980; Thomas 1990:4).
Part I is 'The making of a resource frontier', where Jacka effectively describes what constitutes a resource frontier and explains the roles that colonialism, mining and missionization play in creating a frontier in Porgera.
They maintained their traditional lifestyle until the early 1800's when the Spanish decided to "civilize" them, removing most to the mainland for "Missionization" where they quickly died out.
The racialization of Native Americans as a religious project of Christian mission is outlined in Daniel Murphree, "Race and Religion on the Periphery: Disappointment and Missionization in the Spanish Floridas, 1566-1763," in Henry Goldschmidt and Elizabeth McAlister, eds., Race, Nation, and Religion in America (Oxford, U.K., and New York: Oxford University Press, 2004), pp.