disaffiliation


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disaffiliation

Social medicine The loss or absence of social cohesion and contact with family and/or former friends and peers. See Homelessness, Mission, Runaway.
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The factors of pluralization and disaffiliation could, as with baptisms, influence such a decline.
Perceived social support, a measure of disaffiliation, was not related to either becoming re-housed or to achieving housing stability for the women in this sample.
When questioned about possible ways to improve their gender and sexual relations, half the young men brought up disaffiliation from gangs.
At a meeting convened by the IOA here on Tuesday to find a way out of the hockey mess, the IHF suggested that the IOA could revoke the disaffiliation of the IHF and then only there could be a lasting solution to the problem that has gripped Indian hockey for more than three years.
Disaffiliation, substance use, and exiting homelessness.
Is alcoholism typology a predictor of both Alcoholics Anonymous affiliation and disaffiliation after treatment?
To encourage this differentiation, some speaking centers mandate disaffiliation in the workplace.
Meanwhile, ministers faced bitter opposition from the Communications Workers Union (CWU), which threatened to vote on disaffiliation from the Labour Party.
CWU says it will ballot its members on disaffiliation from the Labour party should privatisation of Royal Mail take place
The CWU, which has a policy to ballot members on disaffiliation from the Labour party should privatisation of Royal Mail take place, has warned that the Government's plans were a "defining moment" in its relationship with the unions.
Following the disaffiliation of many UAN States, the apportionment of delegates to the remaining ANA states increased to maintain the designated delegate house count.
Understanding the conversion career allows us to differentiate between different stages of conversion and disaffiliation in a coherent and comparative fashion.