Definition of typification in English:

typification

Pronunciation /ˌtipəfəˈkāSH(ə)n/ /ˌtɪpəfəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See typify

‘It is unclear which countries are meant, or whether any concrete examples actually fit this typification.’
  • ‘In so doing he offers a well-documented example of the common phenomenon of people developing shared ad hoc typifications that they use to order the raw material for their work in a way that allows them to get on with the job.’
  • ‘Sociologist Joel Best describes a process of typification, whereby an often extreme example of crime is used to define a more general perceived problem.’
  • ‘One of the most maddening and most modern aspects of his writing is that he foils most methods of decoding and typification.’
  • ‘Disclaimers are a device ‘to ward off and defeat in advance doubts and negative typifications which may result from intended conduct.’