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- n. Alternative spelling of Europeanisation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the process of becoming like the Europeans in manners or character; assimilation into European culture.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The process of making or becoming European.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. assimilation into European culture
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She represents the promise of civilizational renewal, not by the extension of socialism and the embrace of the effete values of multiculturalism-what we might call the Europeanization of America-but by fostering more robust, more elemental values.
I think this is obvious and this is what I would also call "Europeanization". ndm
Later attempts at the "Europeanization" of Mexico came under the dictator Porfiro Díaz whose autocratic rule from 1877 to 1910 attempted to modernize Mexico by force.
If these regulations are enacted, Ms. Chao fears the "Europeanization" of the American economy.
At a time when the Republicans, with their mascot "Joe the Plumber," are accusing President Obama of leading the nation down the path to Socialism or the "Europeanization" of America, progressives should be seizing the opportunity created by the greatest crisis since the Great Depression to educate the American people about the urgent need for far ranging and fundamental change.
"Europeanization" isn't a cosmetic change, but a fundamental one.
What is going on right now is the 'Europeanization' of Moldova, but the ruling party still has a Soviet mentality.
Although the focus of social dialogue is to remain national in the coming years, as part of the "Europeanization" process, there is a need and ability to develop common agendas arising from common trends in restructuring national banking sectors.
The problems with socialism and a "Europeanization" of America become very real to me when I imagine an Obama presidency.
So let's find find a word that Obama, the DNC and their adoring media can swallow a tad easier … and that word would be "Europeanization".