Definition of "popularization" [pop•u•lar•i•za•tion]
The act of making something popular to the general public.(noun)
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Use "popularization" in a sentence
""It would seem that the accusation of 'popularization' which is often levelled against this author by his critics in the Western world carries little weight with Eastern scholars, who are generous in their praise of his capacity for accurately expressing Sufi thought and practice in vivid terms easily comprehensible to readers of English.""
"Italian prose, a kind of popularization of Scholastic philosophy in the form of a commentary upon his fourteen odes already mentioned."
"So, as I’ve mentioned previously here probably, I’m working on a rather largish project that I guess you could describe as a popularization of a lot of current strains of moral psychology."