overhomogenize

overhomogenize

(ˌəʊvəhəˈmɒdʒəˌnaɪz) or

overhomogenise

vb (tr)
to homogenize excessively
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government, Group A versus Group B, or modern rational versus traditional symbolic) that overhomogenize categories.
By using a shorthand like "the Arabs," or "Arab democratization," we tend to overhomogenize regimes (Flory and Korany 1991).
20) Felson and Boba argue that we should view "white-collar" crimes as crimes of specialized access, but this overhomogenizes fraud.