Meaning of infantilization in English:

infantilization

noun

(also British infantilisation)

See infantilize

‘A life devoted to instant gratification produces permanent infantilization: ‘at sixty-four… tastes are what they were at seventeen.’’
  • ‘Or maybe it's really just the infantilization of men.’
  • ‘I've talked before about the infantilization of the youth here.’
  • ‘Halloween, for me, is the gaudiest example of the infantilization of American culture.’
  • ‘Like the infantilization of the foreigner, the passive, feminized Asian male is a stereotype.’