routinization


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routinization

  1. any social situation in which social action is repetitive and may be performed with a degree of motivational detachment and lack of involvement (see also ANOMIE).
  2. (as employed by SCHUTZ, the ETHNOMETHODOLOGISTS and GIDDENS) the ‘taken-for-granted’ habitual character of most of the activities of’everyday’ social life: routine.
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For the purposes of this study, sustainability was defined as an attribute of an intervention, program or policy that emerges from the implementation process by means of the routinization and standardization of a set of durable activities and resources aimed at program-related objectives.
Routinization of charisma thus turns to the appropriation of power and control--the administrative staff, seeking to solidify their status, will appropriate concrete positions of power over the nonadministrative followers of the charismatic leader.
As standardization and routinization of work is seen as central to the fast-food work nature, the study discusses these aspects first.
If one remembers that the majority of Dalits are dirt poor, and that a huge percentage of India's laboring classes are Dalits, or belong to the lowest castes, it should be clear what is at stake in the routinization of caste violence.
The result is that variance is brought into the service production process, making routinization more difficult (Sen and Shiel, 2006).
It seems they did not envisage a strong motivational effect for this program, which might be because IHEAP has been running for a quite long time and routinization has somehow been the case (54).
A reflexive dimension that "accepts vulnerability and counters the banalization and routinization of sexuality.
Power may derive from institutional organization and routinization.
The ensuing later stages must then be handled to obtain a broad implementation in the organization (Adaptation, Acceptance, Routinization and Infusion).
In this political setting, Linz and Stepan distinguish between liberalization, democratization, values, social movements, political society, institutional routinization, intermediation between the state and civil society, economic society, free public contestation, public goods, governmental priorities and policies etc.
So does a routinization of violence, as well as injustice or economic hardship that allows the killer to see himself as the true victim.
Some women feel that the routinization of such testing is empowering and beneficial to women.