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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 trade chief is still banking on Pimentel, who was reelected in the midterm polls, to push for the institutionalization of the P3 program in the Senate.
It added that the beneficiaries played a significant role in achieving this feat by lobbying for the institutionalization of the program.
The aim of this paper is to look into the process of the institutionalization of political parties.
When such consensus is lacking, however, norm promoters working within international organizations (IOs) must often pursue forms of norm institutionalization that do not require intergovernmental agreement.
She said the project came to a close,successfully after fulfilling the aims to encourage gender institutionalization through gender sensitization of students,faculty and non-teaching staff in public sector universities across Pakistan and mainstreaming gender in curriculum.
Institutionalization of witness protection program to provide safety to witnesses as well as human rights defenders under threat and safeguard the integrity of evidence;
Samuel Huntington's Political Order and Changing Society provides an analytical foundation for subsequent scholarship on party institutionalization. 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.
I therefore make a more general argument about the concept of party system institutionalization: we need to rethink the current practice of aggregating the different attributes of party system institutionalization into a single scale, as these attributes do not seem to be connected in a linear fashion.