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Ukrainization also spelled Ukrainisation or Ukrainianization is a policy or practice of increasing the usage and facilitating the development of the Ukrainian language and promoting other elements of Ukrainian culture , in various spheres of public life such as education , publishing , government and religion. The term is also used to describe a process by which non-Ukrainians or Russified Ukrainians come to accept Ukrainian culture and language as their own. A major early case of Ukrainization relates to the Soviet indigenization policy of the s korenizatsiya , literally "putting down roots" , which aimed at strengthening Soviet power in the territory of Soviet Ukraine and in southern regions of the Russian SFSR. In various forms Ukrainization policies also played out in several different periods of the twentieth-century history of Ukraine , although with somewhat different goals and in different historical contexts. Ukrainization is often cited [ by whom? After Ukraine declared its independence in , the government of Ukraine began following a policy of Ukrainization,  to increase the use of Ukrainian while discouraging Russian, which has been gradually phased out from the country's education system,  government,  and national TV, radio programmes and films. In western historiography, the term Ukrainization refers also to a policy and resulting process of forcing ethnic minorities living on Ukrainian territories to abandon their ethnic identity by means of the enforced assimilation of Ukrainian culture and identity. During the aftermath of World War II , in the Ukrainian SSR this process had been preceded by the expulsion of some ethnic minorities   and appropriation of their cultural heritage. Following the Russian Revolution of , the Russian Empire had dissolved, and the Ukrainians intensified their struggle for an independent Ukrainian state.
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