Did you mayhaps mean democratization?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See democratization, democratize.
- n. alternative spelling of democratization.
- n. the action of making something democratic
- democratise + -ation (Wiktionary)
“We have already commented on Lego, Chris Anderson and what we call the democratisation of literature, now here is the democratisation of advertising.”
“We agree that long term democratisation is the best hope of creating a safer international environment for all of us.”
“The InnovationRCA's Innovation night, which featured domestic kitchen godesses, Sheila and Jruti's work for MFI is entitled the democratisation of luxury.”
“Is this sort of project another step in the so-called democratisation of the media and what does it add to society?”
“Police authorities were crippling members of the police under the guise of so-called democratisation, Fourie said.”
“We relive a so-called democratisation of Information.”
“Proliferation of images has become a sense of reality which is also coupled with the idea of democratisation of the space to capture images.”
“democratisation" - people did not have to spend tens of thousands of pounds on a car to feel part of the brand.”
“It is a curious picture -- a nation literally at the crossroads of the US "democratisation" project in Afghanistan violently erupting to eject a government that had benefited handsomely from US aid and lucrative insider contracts -- despite a drumbeat of reports over the last few years of the ruling party's increasingly anti-democratic nature.”
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