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  • n. Alternative form of westernization.

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  • n. assimilation of Western culture; the social process of becoming familiar with or converting to the customs and practices of Western civilization


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  • Although Tunisia has until now been praised for its 'westernisation', which involved banning Islamist parties, the new government that took power after last week's revolution faces the dilemma of whether to allow moderate Islamic parties to take part in the new political process.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • According to Samir Parikh, chief of the mental health and behavioural science department in Max Healthcare, the change may also be owing to "westernisation".

    The Times of India

  • In its latest report on the candy market, the analyst says a shift towards using functional ingredients and the so-called 'westernisation' of emerging markets in Asia and Eastern Europe will further solidify confectionery's transformation into a staple snack worldwide.

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  • As for the westernisation that apparently turns the planet to a global soup, this too is double-edged.

    Colin Thubron on the literature of place

  • After many years in the doldrums of post colonialism and failed Marxist nationalism, Islamic scholars decided that the problem was westernisation.

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • There are, as I see it, three big ones, the net, westernisation and technological advancement as in better print presses, therefore more affordable and reliable publishing, etc. and also easier access to first world presses like Lightning Source and shipping from them.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • Though of course, you also have to add the ever-rolling process of the westernisation of Africa into the equation, which means things are changing.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • While westernisation has had very wide impact, there has been resistance to it in some sequences.

    The sociological concept of westernization in India

  • In as much as modernisation in India has come about due to westernisation, therefore, the above-mentioned changes of Modernisation can be taken to be result of westernisation.

    The sociological concept of westernization in India

  • Thus westernisation has had variable impact on the Indian society.

    The sociological concept of westernization in India


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