Verb(1) become (more(2) introduce democratic reforms; of nations
(1) So in the absence of a planned design, attempts to democratize the international system have been ad hoc, as citizen organizations and economic elites create their own mechanisms of influence.(2) So this microchip thing would basically completely democratize the creative process, and your art would be all about your creativity instead of your access to expensive technology.(3) Both present principles that would democratize the policy-making process and offer concrete suggestions to realize these principles in practice.(4) Part of that vision, shared by other blogging pioneers, has been to help democratize the creation and flow of news in a world where giant companies control so much of what most people see, hear and read.(5) I suggest we democratize our electoral process in electing a new party chairman by popular vote.(6) The Land-Grant College Act helped democratize higher education.(7) What I love about blogs is the authenticity of voice, how they further democratize web publishing, and how they provide more relevant information through contextual links.(8) In the climate of reform and democratization they have had a much better chance to express their aspirations.(9) Before these countries can be truly democratized they need to develop systems that make sense within their particular cultural and historical contexts.(10) This would be democratised by means of weighted voting: nations' votes would increase according to both the size of their populations and their positions on a global democracy index.(11) The data set used in this analysis is advantageous in this regard because it consists of polities that all possessed a single regime type and have only been democratizing for a short time, providing less of a risk for reverse causality.(12) I have also consistently supported democratising the union's political fund.(13) One of the leading Internet-era technologists has raised the alarm that democratized technology may fall into the wrong hands, and down the road, robots may prevail.(14) Finally, they copied bohemia by democratizing literary culture in ways the hierarchical institutions like the university cannot so easily manage.(15) It was Conran, the legendary English visionary who democratized design by making it more accessible and affordable, who hooked me on to the power and appeal of great design.(16) ├ö├ç├┐The birth of photography democratised portraiture, and we reflect that,├ö├ç├û he explains.
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