verb (used with object), sub·ur·ban·ized, sub·ur·ban·iz·ing.
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Thus the process of urbanization has been modified by one of suburbanization.
Suburbanization itself is based in social forces, and this is not a sociological report.The Nation's River
United States Department of the Interior
1926, noun of action from suburbanize.
The establishment of residential communities on the outskirts of a city. In the United States, many suburbs were created after World War II, during a period of tremendous growth in population and industry. Suburban dwellers typically work in the cities but raise their families in a less-congested, safer, and more relaxed atmosphere. Especially in the United States, suburbanization often is associated with the sprawl of population.