idolization


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the act of adoring, especially reverently

Synonyms for idolization

the act of admiring strongly

the act of worshiping blindly and to excess

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Ronen Medzini elaborates on the Chinese people's idolization of the Jewish mind.
Donald Gelpi says, "Money-theism, idolization of capital, expressed as the worship of the gods of the marketplace, is often practiced through the rituals of the stock market and the liturgies of global capitalism.
In both Russia and the former captive nations in the periphery of the old Soviet Empire, the "fight against their ghosts" continues to get harder as idolization of former communist dictator Joseph Stalin enjoys a newfound revival amid Russia's resurgence and quest for past Soviet glory.
Their topics include the political economy of quantitative indexes for measuring academic performance, impacts of the "I" idolization from the perspective of humanities and social sciences faculty in Taiwan, reflections from the SSCI and its influence on education research in Taiwan, a rupture point in the discourse of Taiwanese "new higher education," and whether higher education has lost its soul.
Jane's idolization of intellectual work is only a somewhat milder version of the N.
Finally, be aware that while Jack's extreme habits, fear of calories, and idolization of the sickly thin Alice will be enlightening to some readers, those who are at risk for eating disorders may find the same content triggering.
No hero has ever equaled the idolization that he achieved.
But coming to that assumption may take, in my experience at least, dealing with the book's unabashed, even shameless style of total idolization.
2005), observes that within the drag 'balls' of Harlem, the generational shifting of drag occurs at high speed, the transition from idolization of Marilyn Monroe to the idolization of designer-label-drenched 'Dynasty' television diva occurs in a fast-forward rush (Conlon 1995: 7-8).
This widens the discrepancy between the words and their meanings, rendering the violent Syrian entry into Lebanon in 1976 a response to the calls for help issued by the Lebanese, the camps' war in the eighties part of the "deterrence of Arafat's conspiracy" against the rights of the Palestinian people, and the distance extremely close between the idolization of the speech and its worship as a holy text.
The silence contrasts remarkably with the idolization of Kim Jong-il's mother, who was officially celebrated as 'a female general of Paekdu from a family that fought for Korea's independence from Japan'.
North Korea has issued stamps bearing a picture of Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un, making it the first time the country's State Stamp Bureau has issued stamps with an image of Jong Un and a sign the country is accelerating idolization of him.
Their perpetual defense of poetry was, Arbery notes, simultaneously a reactionary and revolutionary act, which sought to forestall the corrosive effects of abstract market values and the idolization of technology.
In this poignant look at 1930s gangsterism, idolization, and teenage love, Billy grows up poor and fatherless in the Bronx's Bathgate Avenue.
Adolescent Idolization of Pop Singer: Causes, Express, and Reliance.