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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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We have entered into the realm of global competitiveness and issues of comparability of Filipino skilled workers and professionals working in different parts of the world have made it imperative to institutionalize the PQF.
In filing House Bill (HB) 6247, he sought to institutionalize the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) "with the end in view of strengthening the solidarity of the family and freeing them from poverty.
In developing, implementing and assessing its strategic plan for community service-learning, the California State University has made tremendous strides to institutionalize community service-learning.
How would you describe the behaviors that institutionalize these values in your organization?
On the other hand, the Palestinian Authority managed to institutionalize an authoritarian (benign or otherwise) system of politics with all its structures, policies, institutions and control.
Going forward, we will take two concrete steps to institutionalize oversight of the IRS.
While it may be reasonable to speak of "reciprocal obligations" as a voluntary matter, an individual ethic that is praiseworthy on its own terms, you get the uneasy feeling reading the communitarian followers of Lasch that they would not hesitate, if they had the power, to try to institutionalize their vision of noblesse oblige.
There are pending bills that would institutionalize this so that it won't have to be a Senate amendment every year.
Based on experience and lessons learnt from previous support to capacity building for MDG monitoring and report, in the UNDP proposed project "MDGs monitoring and reporting - An institutionalized framework for monitoring, advocating and advising, and South-South cooperation", UNDP will collaborate with other national partners, UN agencies and other international partners to support the Vietnamese government to institutionalize MDG monitoring and reporting framework, which will contribute to improvement of quality of social development policies as well as promote South-South cooperation in order to achieve MDG and social development goals in a timely manner.
State Minister for Media Affairs and Communications said the government is working to engage media spokespersons in its efforts to develop media work to ensure the sustainability of this role and institutionalize it in implementation of the code of conduct that regulates the relationship between the government and media.
Hampton, however, represents a case where the city itself has taken responsibility to help institutionalize youth engagement.
To institutionalize an agency's "zero tolerance" for domestic violence, administrators must have legally based policies and regulations (e.