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  • noun a process of social and economic change whereby a human society is transformed from a pre-industrial to an industrial state

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  • noun the development of industry on an extensive scale


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  • There is one word in Russia that is the great curse of all this industrialization, - the Russian word, "Nichevo", which means, "I should worry".

    The Five Year Plan—Russia's Challenge to Capitalism 1931

  • Then decide that space industrialization is worthwhile with the utilization of material from the moon and asteroids while simultaneously developing large space based power systems.

    I, for one, want to welcome our robotic overlords ... - NASA Watch 2009

  • Once space industrialization is fully operational the Earth can be treated as a garden planet with very strict environmental regulations to protect all the species of the planet while human technological development and deployment are conducted off planet.

    Dennis Wingo - Why Space? Why Now? - NASA Watch 2009

  • Rapid industrialization is viewed as the key to economic progress.

    Theodore W. Schultz - Prize Lecture 1992

  • For others, de-industrialization is an alarm call, a threat to our wealth and employment base, and it is in this sense that I think the word is most commonly used at present at least in Britain.

    An Industrialist's View of Britain 1984

  • For those people, de-industrialization is something to be encouraged rather than resisted.

    An Industrialist's View of Britain 1984

  • Today, the surest road to industrialization is the establishment of large units, branch plants and subsidiaries, in developing areas by domestic or foreign corporations.

    Quebec—Problems of Growth 1963

  • Although industrialization is growing, at different rates, in every country in the world, only a few countries have the natural resources to provide the basic materials for industry.

    A Modern Concept of Industrialism 1951

  • The peoples of Asia, a thousand million strong, have been stirred to the depths of their being; their national consciousness has been aroused as never in the past; their industrialization is proceeding apace.

    The I.L.O. Looks Forward 1944

  • The point I would like to make about these industries and the policy of industrialization is that in the case of all of these industries we are very favourably situated in the matter of raw materials which are available in abundance and are conveniently situated.

    India 1939


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