typification


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a representational or typifying form or model

the act of representing by a type or symbol

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The ICNCP has rules for designating cultivare, such as valid publication, typification ("Nomenclatural Standard"), and priority.
In the power process, seen through the prism of praxiology, as effective action, "information" belongs to the set of streams describing the information processes, in cognitive terms it is necessary for the organization to make the subject of its typification (in considerations of P.
Typification of some species of Sloanea (Elaeocarpaceae).
Attempts to further categorise so-called 'cargo cults' include Garry Trompf's typification in which Polynesians looked to the heavens to receive prosperity and Melanesians looked to the horizons for goods to come across the seas (Trompf 1995).
In the fourth chapter, Bazerman again discusses genre explicitly, this time in the context of Schutz's typification "and its role in constituting individual consciousness and social order" (66).
Typification of Colombian specimens of Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae) by "barcoding".
Environment Minister Ivelina Vasileva, who also took part in the event, said that the legislative changes, including the ones aimed at a typification of contracts, would reduce the number of appeals lodged at courts and at the Commission for Protection of Competition.
Typification of farming systems for constructing representative farm models: two illustrations of the application of multi-variate analyses in Chile and Pakistan.
Racial typification of crime has been found to be a significant predictor of the punitiveness (Chiricos, Welch, & Gertz, 2004; Unnever, Benson, & Cullen, 2011).
The first embodies the typification of habitual actions, values and rules sustained by a social group (institutional structure) while the second consists of its member's actual actions at specific times, in specific places (agency).
The novel uses stylistic procedures of typification or typicality features (Fludernik, Fictions 398-433), i.
A category is a typification, which simplifies the object of perception and knowledge.
These circumstances combined to form a typification of the way US citizens have historically faced material progress--especially since the New England Way was adopted to a significant extent as the American Way (Bercovitch 1975: 108).