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resocialization

[rēsō′shəlīzā′shən]
Etymology: L, re + socialis, partners; Gk, izein, to cause
the reintegration of a client into family and community life after critical or long-term hospitalization.
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She claims that a therapist at the resocialisation centre isty de in Galanta had sex with Natalia against her will in October 2014.
Comme le sait toute personne qui a participe au processus de resocialisation des objets sacres du Glenbow Museum, Mekwan Awasis n'a pas pour habitude d'expliciter ce qu'impliquent ces protocoles.
In this study, resocialisation had taken place at home, involving the assumption of the domestic role in their spouse's absence, and this might lead to willingness to accept shared responsibility, given the link between mundane activities and attitudinal change that has been previously observed.
As Furnham (1979) explains, different cultures have different attitudes to, socialisation in and expectations of expressions of power: resocialisation poses a challenge to unconscious assumptions that would take some undoing.
The Sports Act of Luxemburg (24) provides that: "[P]ar sport de loisir, on entend toute activite a caractere sportif pratiquee a titre essentiellement recreatif, ainsi que celle pratiquee pour des raisons de sante ou de resocialisation.
Cloning the Blairs: New Labour's programme for the resocialisation of working-class parents.
There will inevitably be a difficult process of resocialisation for him and he's also got to have three-monthly treatment for his cancer treatment.
This problem remains unresolved, in her view, although resocialisation is now recognized as the only alternative to Liszt's idea of incapacitation.
Warsaw: Institute of Social Prevention and Resocialisation, University of Warsaw.
Une analyse comparee de l'aide alimentaire comme relation produisant une resocialisation ou une relation quasi marchande
Par ailleurs, c'est dans ce meme milieu que nous avons pu le plus souvent observer des usagers passer du statut de receveur au statut de donneur a travers une trajectoire de recours a l'aide alimentaire qui resulte en une resocialisation au milieu.
Dans une perspective fonctionnaliste, l'auteur cherche a remonter aux causes possibles du phenomene pour evaluer les programmes de reeducation et de resocialisation proposes par les ONG.