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ob·jec·ti·vize

 (əb-jĕk′tə-vīz′)
tr.v. ob·jec·ti·vized, ob·jec·ti·viz·ing, ob·jec·ti·viz·es
To make objective or impersonal; objectify.

ob·jec′ti·vi·za′tion (-vĭ-zā′shən) n.

objectivize

(əbˈdʒɛktɪˌvaɪz) or

objectivise

vb (tr)
to cause to be objective
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The typology consists of, "quotations, addressee specification, interjections, reiteration, message qualification, personalization versus objectivization" (Gumperz: 75-80).
For the purpose of applying them to specialized health resorts, we carried out an objectivization both in time and area.
The former group of diagnostic procedures includes all methods of hearing threshold objectivization, whereas the latter group includes highly relevant differential diagnosis procedures that reveal negative acoustic reflex response as a substantial finding.
This has been produced by the scientific medical rationality (6), aided by the objectivization of clinical knowledge and by technological development.
As Maritain explains, "Be it a painting or a poem, this work is a made object--in it alone does poetic intuition come to objectivization." (58) The artist does not first form a concept in his mind that he then copies in the work of art, as a blueprint would be created in order to build a new house.
This objectivization is mediated through both social and institutional structures of science: by processes and rituals that include extensive discussion, criticism, and formal peer review.
Understanding is not only 'appropriation', but also objectivization, under the form of a system, a logical principle.
On the one hand, the collection of standardized data from the researchers failed, which raises the question whether it was apprehended as a form of objectivization belonging to bygone stages of academic research.
In order to categorize the initial symptom situation and objectivization of patients' statements on symptoms of nasal obstruction and to record the effectiveness of surgery and the monitoring of the final results of surgery, pre- and postoperative active anterior rhinomanometry were carried out at the initial examination.