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institutionalization

  1. the process, as well as the outcome of the process, in which social activities become regularized and routinized as stable, social-structural features. See also INSTITUTION.
  2. the process, and the resulting condition, in which SOCIAL ACTORS incarcerated for long periods in TOTAL INSTITUTIONS, such as prisons or mental hospitals, become incapable of, or disabled for, independent social life outside the institution.
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The results of this research also support the expectation that placing a centralized office under the chief academic officer is advantageous to the institutionalization of service learning.
The year 1983 thus looms in his analysis as an exceptional opportunity for institutionalization, a moment when a Peronism out of power witnessed a number of serious attempts at institutionalization, a project subsequently frustrated by the emergence of a new personalist leadership headed by Menem which, as in the past, counted on the support of trade union groups once the latter perceived a threat to their pre-eminence within the party.
We begin this paper by comparing the institutionalization rates of various groups of the population in 1980 and 1990, with a particular focus on the experience of young adult men.
Paasi's four stages in the institutionalization of a region and covers Terra Italia, genesis of a symbolic shape, Italic institutions, and Italic identity in the Roman Republic.
The group said that the institutionalization, expansion and unified efforts of the ICT system will help achieve the disaster risk reduction specifically for emergency response preparedness and disaster response which is focused on the field of information.
According to Huntington, institutionalization refers to "the process by which organizations and procedures acquire value and stability".
The second updated edition of Institutionalization of UX: A Step-by-Step Guide to a User Experience Practice is recommended for any IT collection and reader who wants to understand changes in user experience, and teaches the basics of incorporating best practices and technology into a business organizational structure.
We expect Shady to make a very significant contribution to our institutionalization drive at both the firm and subsidiary level.
In development science, this is typically called the process of institutionalization, and this big word assumes some form of credibility when viewed from the ivory tower perspective of academics and analysts.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Fenerbahce had a tense meeting over the weekend as the club's chairman Aziz Yyldyrym argued with Fenerbahce Club Supreme Council President YE-ksel GE-nay over the institutionalization of the club.
Singapore) has organized the contributions into sections addressing ASEAN's role in institutional developments in East Asia, multilateralism and security cooperation in the region, and the institutionalization of great power relations, as well as the relevance of ASEAN to alternative approaches to regionalism.