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Americanisation

Definition of the noun americanisation

What does americanisation mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: Americanisations

  1. assimilation into American culture

Alternative definition of the noun americanisation

noun

  1. [British] The process of Americanising.

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Google previewThe Edinburgh Review (1830)

Or Critical Journal

as a rule of practice, tbat no person should be 1 continued on foreign mission beyond an absence of six, seven, or eight that the required discipline of re- Americanisation is a process of 496 Jefferson's Memoirs and Con espondmce. July,

Google previewAn Introduction to Theories of Popular Culture (2004)

by Dominic Strinati

So much mass culture comes from America that if it is a threat then Americanisation is a threat as well. For domestic critics of mass culture, Americanisation threatens not just aesthetic standards and cultural values, but national culture as well.

Google previewTHE EDINBURGH REVIWEW (1830)

as a rule of practice, that no person should be * continued on foreign mission beyond an absence of six, seven, or eight that the required discipline of re- Americanisation is a process of 496 Jefferson's Memoirs and Correspondence. July,

Google previewEdinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal (1830)

as a rule of practice, that no person should be 4 continued on foreign mission beyond an absence of six, seven, or eight that the required discipline of re- Americanisation is a process of 496 Jefferson's Memoirs and Correspondence. July,

Google previewHomo Sapiens Europæus (2006)

Creating the European Learning Citizen by Michael Kuhn, Ronald G. Sultana

Americanisation is a voluntary one-way transfer of ideology rhetoric and policy... that stresses the negative impact of welfare on social policy and economic performance... whereas Europeanisation is a two-way process of obligation (that) .

Google previewHerbert Spencer (1906)

by John Arthur Thomson

But if the vague statement as to the American- isation of the Irishman be correct, and if it be true that intermarriage is rare, it remains probable that the Americanisation is a modificational veneer impressed afresh on each successive generation.

Google previewCultural Studies and the Study of Popular Culture (2003)

by John Storey

A second problem with globalisation as cultural Americanisation is that it operates with a limited concept of the `foreign';. First of all, it works with the assumption that what is foreign is always a question of national difference. But what is foreign ...

Google previewThe Fourth Pillar of Sustainability (2001)

Culture's Essential Role in Public Planning by Jon Hawkes

Americanisation is the most powerful force in the regeneration of local cultures. What is clear is that culture is not a closed system – on one hand we ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities (2007)

by Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle

Americanisation, Coca- Colonisation). It is an ongoing form of cul- tural and economic colonisation of largely black and Asian poor nations.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Consumption and Waste (2012)

The Social Science of Garbage by Carl A. Zimring, William L. Rathje, Consulting Editor

“Selling Self Service and the Supermarket: The Americanisation of Food Retailing in Britain, 1945–60.” Business History ...

Google previewThe Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2014)

by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

An Americanisation of bac-si, Vietnamese for ...

Google previewOld Geezer's Dictionary of Irritants

by Richard Guise

Showcase for all that's bad about 21st-century Britain: greed, lust, vanity, deceit, waste, ignorance, exaggeration, infantilisation, Americanisation and, ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science (2003)

by John Feather, Rodney Paul Sturges

Indeed, there is a real fear of cultural homogenization (often a euphemism for Americanisation) of much of the world, which is reflected in attempts to sustain broadcasting in languages other than English and for minority audiences; this is ...

Google previewThe Dinkum Dictionary (2010)

by Susan Butler

People may think that this is a recent borrowing and sadly reflects the Americanisation of our culture, but the word has been in Australia for many a year and, as well as Henry Lawson, it was used by Henry Handel Richardson and Ion L. Idriess ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Consumer Culture (2011)

by Dale Southerton

The Americanisation of European Business: The Marshall Plan and the Transfer of US Management Models. London: Routledge, 1998. Piore, Michael, and Charles Sabel. The Second Industrial Divide: Possibilities for Prosperity. New York: ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures (2003)

by George Haggerty, Bonnie Zimmerman

The Homosexualisation ofAmerica: The Americanisation ofthe Homosexual .

Google previewThe Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History (2016)

From the mid-19th century to the present day by A. Iriye, P. Saunier

The Americanisation of romantic love in Australia', in Curthoys A. and Lake M. (eds) 2006. Connected worlds: ...

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Scrabble value of A1M3E1R1I1C3A1N1I1S1A1T1I1O1N1

The value of this 15-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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