Definition of Interiorised
1. interiorise [v] - See also: interiorise
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Literary usage of Interiorised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Trade Unions and Democracy: Cosatu Workers' Political Attitudes in South Africa by Sakhela Buhlungu (2006)
"... in preference for a 'popular-democratic' conception of struggle which saw race interiorised in class, and class interiorised in race (Wolpe 1988). ..."
2. Hermais: A Study in Comparative Esthetics by Colin McAlpin (1915)
"Poetry, further, is of spatial objects interiorised, as well as of time; whilst music is of time without space, and more properly spiritual. ..."
3. State of the Nation: South Africa 20052006 by Sakhela Buhlungu (2006)
"Central here is what is usually termed suburbanisation, which involves the spread of detached single-family housing units, an interiorised and ..."
4. Little Essays of Love and Virtue by Havelock Ellis (1922)
"... new moral, spiritual, and religious forces were slowly generated, which worked on these rules of merely exterior order, and interiorised them, ..."
5. Unemployment in Transition Countries: Transient Or Persistent? by Tito Boeri (1994)
"... than men to take early retirement on the grounds that they have work to do in the home, a behavioural model which is interiorised by most women. ..."
6. Dealing with Interests, Values and Knowledge in Managing Risk: Workshop by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"In fact, empirical knowledge always was deeply uncertain, but this may have mattered little in a situation where knowledge "lived on" in interiorised ..."
7. Governance of Innovation Systems by OECD Staff, Svend Remøe (2005)
"In summary, Finnish innovation policy has interiorised sustainable development policies relatively well, on the basis of bottom-up processes. ..."