Definition of individualization in English:

individualization

Pronunciation /ˈˌindəˌvij(ə)wəˌlīˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒ(ə)wəˌlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ /ˈˌindəˌvijəˌlīˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒəˌlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ /ˈˌindəˌvij(ə)wələˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒ(ə)wələˈzeɪʃən/ /ˈˌindəˌvijələˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒələˈzeɪʃən/

noun

See individualize

  • ‘Durkheim attributes the process of individualization of property in turn to two processes.’
  • ‘This individualization fits well with the new, unconventional protest movement, which favors small, interactive actions over mass demonstrations.’
  • ‘The individualization comes from the room's Dewey Decimal theme: The artwork and reading selections are chosen according to the topic number.’
  • ‘In other words, we are at that stage of individualization that you in Europe were at a couple of centuries ago.’
  • ‘What modern democracies have given us however, in contrast to previous generations, are endless possibilities for individualisation.’
  • ‘The conduct of people may be regulated by varied and complex rules and norms, but legal stricture begins where the individualisation and opposition of interests begins.’
  • ‘This virtualisation of the worker and the individualisation of skills seems to contradict traditional work teams, but it really takes teamwork to another level.’

Pronunciation

individualization

/ˈˌindəˌvij(ə)wəˌlīˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒ(ə)wəˌlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ /ˈˌindəˌvijəˌlīˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒəˌlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ /ˈˌindəˌvij(ə)wələˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒ(ə)wələˈzeɪʃən/ /ˈˌindəˌvijələˈzāSHən/ /ˈˌɪndəˌvɪdʒələˈzeɪʃən/