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domesticize

(də-mĕs′tĭ-sīz′)
tr.v. domesti·cized, domesti·cizing, domesti·cizes
To domesticate.
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Just as in the case of actions, the child's emotions in the discourse of the knowledge society must be intentional and defendable through reasoning; feelings become skills, possible to domesticize and measure.
But every observation in this chapter has to be made to work hard to support Cohen's contention that Persuasion both domesticizes the navy and professionalizes domesticity.
The definition is as follows: A gender norm is enforced when harassment, either sexual or sex-based in nature, employs negative descriptive or normative gender stereotypes of what women are or should be.(16) Thus, workplace harassment that sexualizes, maternalizes, or domesticizes a female co-worker or employee, or otherwise indicates that women do not belong in "the marketplace and the world of ideas,"(17) is discrimination based on sex that may trigger a hostile environment claim under Title VII.