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- noun linguistics The process whereby a
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Several empirically rich case studies form India, Singapore, and Africa are used to illustrate the structure of languages and the politics involved in the "nativization" and "othering" of varieties and dialects of speech.
What you are proposing is the re-nativization of an innocuous word “spirituality” whose meaning is distorted with a lot of religious baggage.
Adding more insult to their near fatal injury is the fact that Han politicians have even usurped their only remaining sacred and inherent property, which is the “Native Taiwanese” title, in the guise of “nativization” or “localization” doctrines.