Definitions

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  • noun The process of bringing something to a mass audience.

Etymologies

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mass +‎ -ification

Examples

  • This process, known as massification, would have to be accompanied by changes in curriculums and qualifications and the introduction of multiple entry and exit points.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Internationally, universities were facing the "massification" of student bodies which were no longer made up of the young, privileged elite.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • According to them, the creation of large logistics hubs outside town centres, combined with both a "massification" of freight via an increase in truck size and smaller low-polluting vehicles delivering to 'the last mile', could serve to drastically reduce congestion, energy consumption, freight costs and CO2 emissions.

    EurActiv.com

  • According to them, the creation of large logistics hubs outside town centres, combined with both a "massification" of freight via an increase in truck size and smaller low-polluting vehicles delivering to 'the last mile', could serve to drastically reduce congestion, energy consumption, freight costs and CO2 emissions.

    EurActiv.com

  • According to them, the creation of large logistics hubs outside town centres, combined with both a "massification" of freight via an increase in truck size and smaller low-polluting vehicles delivering to 'the last mile', could serve to drastically reduce congestion, energy consumption, freight costs and CO2 emissions.

    EurActiv.com

  • Now it is not surprising that with this massification and large-scale production, there is a counter-movement that emerged -- very much also here in California.

    Louise Fresco on feeding the whole world

  • Now it is not surprising that with this massification and large-scale production, there is a counter-movement that emerged -- very much also here in California.

    Louise Fresco on feeding the whole world

  • Since all of the above are inventions of the high-growth period that lingered into the 1990s, I think that what we are seeing now is a combination of commercialized polish (once reserved for the massification of Taisho middle class culture and is now falling along with depato) and fast 風土 with prewar styles of community organization (rural village youth organization or collections of young people around an urban nagaya - always pretty randy).

    Néojaponisme » Blog Archive » The Yanmama Boom

  • Now it is not surprising that with this massification and large-scale production, there is a counter-movement that emerged -- very much also here in California.

    Louise Fresco on feeding the whole world

  • Developed together with five 10-14 year olds across two participatory design sessions, we address the problem of social network massification by allowing teenagers to link individuals or groups with wearable objects such as handmade jewelery.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Telebeads, the Era of Sentient Jewelry

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