from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act or state of typifying.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act of typifying, or representing by a figure.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The act of
- noun Something which
typifiesor serves as a type
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the act of representing by a type or symbol; the action of typifying
- noun a representational or typifying form or model
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These book-characters with their simplistically clear ethnic/social categories are being objectified through the simplistic typification of their experience.
But blindly following the party line from a single glossy magazine that chooses a fellow in a top-hat and monocle as the typification of the New Yorker reader?
Your typification of my demand for a return to the economic principles that founded free enterprise as "religious" is nothing less that a scurrilous insult.
Instead, we're left with the subtle typification of anyone interested in serving their country in a military career is mentally unbalanced, essentially attracted by the prospect of violence and killing.
It suborns the individual member of the minority to the minority-as-a-whole which denies diversity within the group and furthers the de-individualisation of those members, their typification as not me or you, he or she, but us or them, as not this person or that but as a homogenous group -- Gays, Blacks, Women, etc..
And your typification of Rossi is just plain false.
Moreover, cognitive theories of typification and language learning support the hierarchy models only for terms which are in principle applicable, but not for ones which are actually applied.
But since I started working or the Royals I've suddenly become very plummy and southern - the typification of the Queen's English, if you like!
At one time a very influential conceptual tool emanating from a section of the anti-apartheid movement was the typification of the South African social formation as colonialism of a special type.
The manner in which they go about these acts reveals a certain stereo-typification that comes only with experience and long practice.