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individualization

Definitions

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  • n. The act of individualizing; the state of being individualized.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The act of individualizing; the state of being individualized; individuation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of individualizing, or the state of being individualized. Also spelled individualisation.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. discriminating the individual from the generic group or species

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Many of them could not be raised above the lowest class of common labourers, but by adopting a system of individualization, that is studying each man's natural abilities, we could always arrive at the best results.

    Six Years in the Prisons of England

  • The philosophy rests on what Mr. Gardner terms "individualization," getting students to deeply understand a lesson or topic by learning about each of the children's learning styles, and "pluralization," the practice of teaching each subject in a few different ways.

    Beyond the Test-Prep Bounds

  • He pointed to her use of the term "individualization," which he'd also found in Alfred Rosenberg's Nazi tome "The Myth of the 20th Century."

    Herman and Göring

  • To the basic wraparound values that had been established -- family-focused treatment, community-based services, and now interdisciplinary collaboration -- Dennis added the concepts of treatment based on a client's strengths, unconditional care, and "individualization," which required providers to tailor treatment plans to each client's individual needs rather than offer predesigned services.

    Chicago Reader

  • The third in the DS series, the 'i' stands for "individualization" or "eye" as it alludes to one of the new hardware additions.

    Popgadget: Personal Tech for Women

  • There is some, 'individualization' involved even in acute attacks (of Bronchitis) - & no,

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • "What most people called individualization was that a child with complex emotional needs would get three or four services at a time.

    Chicago Reader

  • To be used well, time depends on key success factors, including outstanding people both leaders and teachers, diligent use of data to drive individualization and instructional improvement, and a school culture that fosters high expectations and mutual accountability for everyone.

    Chris Gabrieli: A National Call for More Learning Time in Schools

  • In fact, Goldberg suggests that we see identical processes of individualization in politics and technology.

    World Wide Mind

  • In a recent report entitled "Leadership 2030," management consultants Hay Group identified six emerging "megatrends" that, they say, are set to shape the new world order over the next 20 years: globalization 2.0, climate change, demographic shifts, individualization, digital lifestyle and work, and technology convergence.

    Global Business Shifts Call for 'Post-Heroic' Leadership

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