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Anglicisation or anglicization, also Englishing, is the process of converting anything to more "English" norms.〔English in Wales: diversity, conflict, and change - Page 19 Nikolas Coupland, Alan Richard Thomas - 1990 "'Anglicisation' is one of those myriad terms in general use which everyone understands and hardly anyone defines. It concerns the process by which non-English people become assimilated or bound into an ..."〕〔The British World: Diaspora, Culture, and Identity - Page 89 Carl Bridge, Kent Fedorowich, Carl Bridge Kent Fedorowich - 2003 "Beyond gaps in our information about who or what was affected by anglicisation is the matter of understanding the process more fully in terms of agency, periodisation, and extent and limitations."〕
Social and economic anglicisation was an important objective of the English crown in the Celtic regions of the United Kingdom, in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.〔Marc Cartrball Poets and politics: continuity and reaction in Irish poetry, 1558-1625 - Page 114 - 1998 "... Ulster counties with English and Scots settlers was soon set in motion. The plantation concept was underpinned by the crown's objectives of economic and social anglicisation of these areas. The two east-Ulster counties of Antrim and Down, ..."〕 Social anglicisation was also a feature in some sectors of society under the British Empire.〔Radhakamal Mukerjee ''A history of Indian civilization'' Volume 2 - Page 411 1958 "For some decades it appeared that the dissemination of Western learning would bring about a complete social anglicisation and wholesale conversion of the people to Christianity in Bengal. But a cultural counter-movement soon started in ..."〕〔(【引用サイトリンク】title=BBC Wales - History - Themes - Welsh naming )〕
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