Definition of internalization in English:

internalization

(British internalisation)

noun

See internalize

  • ‘The willingness with which citizens pay taxes is one of the best indicators of the internalization of the social contract, of the sort of stability that is necessary for investment and economic progress.’
  • ‘They believe that the internalization of the message of Islam can bring about the social transformation necessary for the establishment of the virtuous city.’
  • ‘The internalization of dollars as markers for human worth and artistic achievement has insidiously skewed how we view the meaning of culture and creativity.’
  • ‘Such inhuman doings suggest a frightening internalization of beliefs, which are against everything our country has always stood for.’
  • ‘This is by no means the only way of internalization, of course.’

Pronunciation

internalization

/ɪntəːn(ə)lʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/