Definitions

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  • noun Process or action of academizing.

Etymologies

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academize +‎ -ation

Examples

  • Thinking about the increased competition for "the best" preschools, the ever earlier onset of menstruation in girls, the "academization" of kindergarten, and the generally over-scheduled kids of today, it looks like the only thing that has changed in those 20 years is that we've moved to warp speed.

    Gerald Bracey: Call Off the Baby Race

  • And there was just this sort of blip on the radar that kind of starts with the Second Viennese School into the postwar composers and Darmstadt and the really thorny academization of concert music.

    Daniel J. Kushner: Ecstatic Music Festival Interview #3: Gabriel Kahane

  • I also agree with Gough that the academization of fiction through creative writing programs has probably discouraged writers from further exploring the possibilities of Bakhtinian comedy.

    Comedy in Literature

  • Beginning in the 1970s, the health professions Hadassah had established in the Yishuv and Israel underwent academization.

    Hadassah: Yishuv to the Present Day.

  • The status of research changed because academic appointments to the school of medicine, as part of the Hebrew University, were comparable to those made in the university in general, which from 1949 also underwent an accelerated process of growth and academization.

    Hadassah: Yishuv to the Present Day.

  • Thus the establishment of the medical school led to the accelerated academization of the Rothschild-Hadassah University Hospital staff and speeded progress in advanced medicine and medical research.

    Hadassah: Yishuv to the Present Day.

  • Judith Steiner-Freud was a prominent figure in nursing and among those who led the academization of the profession in Israel.

    Judith Steiner-Freud.

  • This is, I think, the problem with rational basis tests, and indeed, the over-academization of the law.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Are “Ladies’ Nights” Discriminatory?

  • This is, I think, the problem with rational basis tests, and indeed, the over-academization of the law.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Are “Ladies’ Nights” Discriminatory?

  • There certainly are ominous signs of academization amongst the minor men of the movement.

    Art

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