Translation for 'Africanization' from English to Russian
африканизация {ж}Africanization
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Translation for 'Africanization' from English to Russian

африканизация {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • After substantial Africanization of the civil service in 1952–60, the number of expatriates rose again from 1960 to 1965.
  • With the Africanization program initiated by President Mobutu in 1966, the name of the entire city was changed to Kinshasa, based on the original village.
  • Zoungrana encouraged the Africanization of the liturgy, saying that the rituals "represent an African way of thinking and way of life".
  • This resulted in the further Africanization of African American spirituality in the coastal regions of the Southeast, because many of the North American slave ships landed in the coastal areas in the South.
  • After colonialism ended, Hindus (along with Jains and Sikhs) were discriminated against in East Africa, where various East African governments promoted Africanization enacting laws and policies that required commercial and professional sectors of the economy to be owned by non-Europeans, non-Asians, and only indigenous Africans.

  • He imported skilled journalists but followed a deliberate Africanization policy.
  • Another change under the second and third Qajar king was the Africanization of the motif.
  • In 1966, during an Africanization campaign, Mobutu Sese Seko renamed a number of cities and towns that bore European names.
  • The term Africanization, abbreviated as the numeronym "A12n," has been applied to discussion of internationalization and localization of software and content in African languages.
  • The Zaire flag was created as part of Mobutu's attempted re-Africanization of the nation and was used officially until Mobutu's overthrow in the First Congo War.

  • The term is primarily used by anthropologists to describe what happens when locals take something from the outside and make it their own (such as: Africanization or Americanization).
  • Train wrote "In Tanganyika alone, the government recently ordered 100 percent Africanization of the game service by 1966!
  • He changed his name to Kengo wa Dondo in 1971 during Mobutu's Africanization ("Authenticité") campaign.
  • Upon the arrival of a new Matron to the hospital in 1964, Leader Stirling was accused of trying to be "forcing the pace of Africanization" in the hospital.
  • Following Rwandan independence, he became a strong advocate for the Africanization of Christianity, maintaining that missionary attitudes were still prevalent.

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