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