compartmentalisation compartmentalisation


  1. (n) a mild state of dissociation
  2. (n) the act of distributing things into classes or categories of the same type


  1. "Bollywood is a mere percentage of the Indian cinema as a complete entity. But the Indian psyche is such that it has personified Bollywood as mainstream cinema, and sidelined regional cinema. We have to end such compartmentalisation to be able to...
    on Jul 15, 2007 By: Amol Palekar Source:

  2. Indeed, it is more of a case of different moralities, what Stephen Green calls "this sin of compartmentalisation".
    on Oct 20, 2009 By: Stephen Green Source:

  3. "He operated in complete secrecy and made sure that there was a high degree of compartmentalisation around him," Yatom added. "This was the reason that it was hard to locate him. Mughniyeh operated with full cooperation with Iranian...
    on Feb 13, 2008 By: Danny Yatom Source:

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