Despite all the modern pressures to homogenise, globalize, Americanize or Europeanize
we still have a wonderful tapestry of variety in English provincial life, far greater than the few limited stereotypes portrayed by the media.
The Spaniards rounded up the Tongva, put them to work at their missions and ranchos and sought to Christianize and Europeanize
Our approach for about the last year and a half," said Philip Revzin, editor of the Brussels, Belgium-based Wall Street Journal Europe, "has been to increasingly Europeanize
the content of the paper.
Differently from Lithuania and Estonia, however, political scandals did not Europeanize
or clean up the political culture but quite the contrary, it fostered stagnation of the Latvian political elites.
corporations need to Europeanize
their operations and learn to adapt to a more level playing field that neutralizes the advantage of the U.
this task given to us by Europe, namely: to Europeanize
It allowed them to transform gradually, and also Europeanize
their countries' political culture.
studios to Europeanize
their product for Spain coincides with the entry of cosmopolitan execs into top-level positions at Madrid-based broadcasters -- such as Cabanillas, appointed RTVE director general in November, or Spagnoli at Tele 5 -- who have worked abroad and aren't content to see their companies remain passive buyers.
He deeply believed that in order to survive and develop, Russia had to modernize and Europeanize
itself by spreading the virtues of private property among the peasantry, gradually equalizing the rights of all Russians--regardless of their social or ethnic origin--fostering religious and ethnic tolerance, strengthening the rule of law, and building the foundations of a civil society based on widespread popular participation at all levels of government.