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empowerment (plural empowerments)
- The achievement of political, social or economic power by an individual or group.
- 2017, Di Zou; James Lambert, “Feedback methods for student voice in the digital age”, in British Journal of Educational Technology, volume 48, number 5, page 1087:
- Hence, the anonymity that digital technological tools can provide ultimately leads to empowerment of student opinion and input.
- The process of supporting another person or persons to discover and claim personal power.
- 2021 March 4, Francesca Donner, “What Makes a Good Leader, and Who Gets to Be One?”, in The New York Times, ISSN 0362-4331:
- The new model, by contrast, is about empowerment. It’s about listening, not talking. It’s about compassion, empathy and humility. It’s about understanding that power is amplified when it’s shared.
- The state of being empowered (either generally, or specifically).
- (South Africa) Government programs encouraging advancement of blacks.
granting of power
state of being empowered
empowerment m (invariable)