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modernisation

A process in which a society moves away from traditional views towards rational/secular views, and away from a subtext of survival and security towards one of self-expression.
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The Sampol Bulac-Santa Maria-Meycauayan Transport Service Cooperative is the first in Central Luzon to comply with the PUV modernization program.
Table 1 shows the results of correlations between age of the participants, socio-religious (modernization), education (modernization), marriage (modernization), position of women (modernization) and social marital adjustment.
10349, or the Revised AFP Modernization Act of 2012," the agency has the authority "as the corporate arm of the AFP and the Department of National Defense (DND), in the disposition and development of camps not covered by RA 7227 (the BCDA charter)."
"Continued failure to fund modernization will leave the United States with an Army unsuited to handle the future geostrategic environment.
"Two of three existing refining plants in Kazakhstan receive long term financing from DBK for modernization projects.
Tazmini's study develops a strong argument when explaining the shortcomings of what she labels as "modernization from above." She shows how the modernization attempts of the Romanov tsars and Pahlavi shahs were undercut by the absence of political institutions capable of responding to the transformation of society, which was brought about by economic development.
The modernization and automation of the aggregates of the power-producing facility Bitola Termal Power Plant is mostly aimed at increasing the trustworthiness of the work in the power-producing facility and continuing its production decade for at least another 120,000 working hours.
Nonetheless, Mol and Spaargaren's sole- and jointly authored works (Spaargaren & Mol, 1992; Mol & Spaargaren, 2000; Spaargaren et al., 1999; Mol & Spaargaren, 1993; Spaargaren, 1996; Mol, 1995, 1997), as well as those of close associates and colleagues (Cohen, 1997; Leroy & van Tatenhove, 1999), constitute what can be thought of as the core literature of the ecological modernization perspective.
The government of Ukraine and Ukrainian pipeline operators are talking with U.S., European and Russian organizations about potential pipeline modernization projects.
A story of ambivalent modernization in Bangladesh and West Bengal; the rise and fall of Bengali elitism in South Asia.
a leader in value-driven IT modernization solutions, has released the results of a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of BluePhoenix that demonstrate a strong demand from North American businesses for legacy IT migration and modernization services.
However, achieving these goals entails a great deal of collaboration, coordination, and senior executive commitment; strong governance; customer ownership of the architecture; disciplined processes and methods; configuration control over architecture artifacts; a financial structure providing incentives that encourage an agency-wide view of modernization and transformation; and realistic schedules.

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