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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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Keywords: new employees, organizational socialization, institutionalized socialization, voice behavior, newcomer adjustment, role clarity, task mastery, social integration.
Tutay of the Bureau of Local Employment (BLE), DOLE Secretary Bello said that as of July 2016, there are 458 institutionalized PESOs nationwide; 230 in Luzon, 120 in Visayas, and 108 in Mindanao.
He called for an end to fraudulent clubs; proper institutionalized restructuring of national cricket so genuine clubs can flourish and identify national talent to give it proper opportunity.
The implications are wide ranging, not just for institutionalized children but also for children exposed to abuse, abandonment, violence during war, extreme poverty and other adversities.
HELSINKI, Jan 27, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish energy and natural resources minister said on Thursday that Turkey needed to be institutionalized about nuclear energy.
Accordingly, the purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between humor and field energy in samples of institutionalized and non-institutionalized older adults.
As a result of shifting the attention of the international community and the Afghan government from democracy to counter-warlordism and counter-insurgency, democracy has neither institutionalized nor systematically developed across permanent institutions in post-9/11 Afghanistan.
Medicaid long-term care benefits require that an institutionalized individual can have countable assets of no more than $2,000.
Institutionalized gang leaders are able to maintain control, keep on top of new developments, and recruit new members even from behind bars.
How to proceed against the institutionalized Chinese system?
The present study was planned to assess and compare the general well-being of institutionalized and non-institutionalized elderly.