Recent Examples of homogenization from the Web
This is homogenization of the news with a heaping teaspoon of ideological slant.
Critics of world literature, Kirsch writes, see translation into English and the homogenization of style as obliterating nuance.
Few things have been as damaging to the American wine industry as its homogenization.
If getting to know one another as people helps reduce stereotypes of and prejudice toward groups different from our own, then the political homogenization of U.S. society bodes poorly for deliberation and tolerance.
L.A.'s rise has both coincided with and acted as a contrast to the growing homogenization of the global art market.
To avoid Comic-Con’s homogenization, Coulter says the event will stay intentionally small.
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