Meaning of valorization in English:


Pronunciation /valərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/


(British valorisation)

See valorize

‘Firstly, the distinction rests on a reflex valorisation of the New and denigration of the Old.’
  • ‘Is the public recognition of ethnic communities across the United Kingdom dependent on their valorisation by literary fiction?’
  • ‘He proposes that we read the novel's valorization of failure as its way of preserving the possibility of a utopian future.’
  • ‘Liberalism provides valorization of the individual subject and the rule of law against the reactionary potential of institutional petrifaction and authoritarian principles.’
  • ‘In the 1950s a distinct and historically specific value was attached to the valorization of traditional gender stereotypes within the working classes.’