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  • v. Alternative spelling of ghettoize.

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  • v. put in a ghetto

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Examples

  • Further, faith schools may have a tendency to 'ghettoise' communities, and they may teach as fact notions with no foundations in science or history, without supplying the equipment to evaluate those notions critically. '

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  • The proposal elicited a massive amount of interest, and protest, as the adult entertainment industry expressed concerns that the move would 'ghettoise' their industry and lead to further regulation and censorship, while many conservative and religious groups expressed concerns that the TLD would make pornography more prevalent and harder to control.

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  • Against the background of communities divided by official multiculturalism, which he concedes has helped to "ghettoise" people, his warning of rising tensions could yet prove a self-fulfilling prophecy.

    Eye on Britain

  • MoTD bosses should surely ghettoise him in his own branded section of the programme, a bit like "Lorraine", Lorraine Kelly's show-within-a-show on Daybreak (GMTV as was).

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  • Why do Asians tend to ghettoise themselves, to live in large communities?

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  • The editor of a new Soundings ebook on the radical future of the under-30s, Ben Little, notes that his generation is all too aware of the way that social networks can cosily ghettoise as much as expand horizons.

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  • The archbishop said it was necessary to assert the "rationality of belief in God" and the right for religion to play a part in public life and policy-making in the face of those who were trying to ghettoise religion in a "ferocious and insidious way."

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  • We wouldn't have gang problems if we didn't ghettoise minorities into segregated neighbourhoods of crime and filth.

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  • You have to create space for "average" people to make use of these structures and be conscious of the tendency to ghettoise.

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  • Parents were hostile to proposals which they claimed would ghettoise different interest groups, sending health workers into the most impoverished areas of the town and no longer encouraging different sections of the community to share services and let their children play together, which was part of the Sure Start vision.

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