What is another word for dissemination?

Pronunciation: [dɪsˌɛmɪnˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Dissemination refers to the act of spreading information, knowledge, ideas, or news to a wider audience. There are several synonyms for the word "dissemination". These include propagation, circulation, dissemination, distribution, broadcasting, diffusion, proliferation, and spreading. Propagation refers to the act of transmitting something from one person to another, like plants or ideas. Circulation is the movement of people, goods, or information from one place to another. Distribution is the process of dividing something into parts or categories. Broadcasting refers to the transmission of information or news to a wide audience via television, radio or the internet. Diffusion is the spread of something within a particular environment or group. Proliferation is the rapid increase in the number of something, like ideas or opinions. Spreading is the act of gradually expanding something.

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Dissemination is the act of spreading information or knowledge to a wider audience or to different areas. The antonym for the word dissemination is concealment. Concealment refers to the act of hiding or keeping something secret. It is the opposite of dissemination, which suggests the intentional action of spreading or revealing information. The other antonyms for dissemination include suppression, restriction, and inhibition. These words imply the prevention of something from becoming known or limiting its reach. While dissemination is essential in sharing information and knowledge, concealment, suppression, and restriction are sometimes necessary to protect sensitive or confidential information.

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Usage examples for Dissemination

He thought that if a translation could be made into the Bohemian language of some simple religious tracts, much good might be done by their dissemination; but he supposed that the intolerant laws of the Austrian Empire, which forbad all freedom of religious action, were still in full force.
"Memoir and Diary of John Yeardley, Minister of the Gospel"
John Yeardley
As the anopheles becomes infectious through biting a malarious man, it is evident that such a dissemination of the parasite throughout the blood of the human population renders mosquitoes especially dangerous.
"The Panama Canal and its Makers"
Vaughan Cornish
The present manual suggests compositions based upon "changes in trees, dissemination of seeds, migration of birds, snow, ice, clouds, trees, leaves, and flowers."
"What the Schools Teach and Might Teach"
John Franklin Bobbitt

Famous quotes with Dissemination

  • I cannot imagine any other country in the world where the opposition would seek, and the chief executive would allow, the dissemination of his most private and personal conversations with his staff, which, to be honest, do not exactly confer sainthood on anyone concerned.
    Gerald R. Ford
  • The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth.
    John F. Kennedy
  • The business of a scientific school is the dissemination of useful knowledge, and this is a noble enterprise and indispensable withal; society can not exist unless it goes on.
    Albert J. Nock
  • The rapid dissemination of technology and information offers entirely new ways of production, but it can also bring the spectre of more states developing weapons of mass destruction.
    Lord Robertson
  • When we had highly sensitive information, the DNA on the dress, that was held within our office and the FBI. There was no dissemination of that information.
    Kenneth Starr

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