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[mass noun] The practice or policy of enabling Aborigines to take up positions in organizations, particularly those dealing with Aboriginal affairs:‘the Aboriginalization of education’
- ‘Two police stations were identified for "Aboriginalisation".’
- ‘What do the Women's Law and Culture Meetings do to the process of Aboriginalisation?’
- ‘This article further addresses the interesting issue of the "Aboriginalization" of the economy.’
- ‘Aboriginalization was a specific policy designed to foster Aboriginal participation in the affairs of the Institute.’
- ‘It was hoped that an Aboriginalization of the health service could bring about a measure of self-reliance.’
- ‘The article focuses on land rights, Aboriginalisation, and identity.’
- ‘We have developed a vision and a five-year plan called an Aboriginalisation plan.’
- ‘You now have an Aboriginalisation policy in the organisation.’
- ‘Aboriginalization could present several challenges to the existing teacher induction programme.’
- ‘What they want is in the Aboriginalization of that process.’
1970s: from aboriginal + -ize + -ation.
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