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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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This process is reflective of Green's queer meaning-constitutive tradition, which involves young LGBQ individuals' resocialization as they let go of heteronormative life trajectories (Green 2006, 2010).
06284 until will be financed by the Programme inclusion Ostrava, and implement local cooperation to achieve higher resocialization effect of the work on the target group.
Under the program, these people should undergo resocialization and training so that upon their release they would be able to get employed and sustain their families.
Given the challenges currently facing the SFE, both at the micro level of our individual program and at the more macro level as a field, we argue there is a need for the resocialization of P-12 and postsecondary educators in relation to SFE teaching approaches.
I was lucky enough to meet Thomas Hammar, the first professor of migration studies in Sweden, who offered me a job in the political science department of Stockholm University as a research assistant for the project on the political resocialization of immigrants that he led.
Employment is often viewed not only a desired outcome and element but as a means of establishing a source of income and a way to boost self-esteem and resocialization (Ginexi et al.
The prospect of the resocialization and successful resettlement
More than ink-stained wretches: The resocialization of print journalists in converged newsrooms.
In relation to increasing the trust among communities, the resocialization of persons who took part in the 2001 conflict will be included too and 1,081 projects are announced in the sphere of economy, supported by funds from the budget.
Regarding those prisoners under life sentences, prisons also have the duty to strive toward their resocialization, to preserve their ability to cope with life and to counteract the negative effects of incarceration and the destructive changes in personality that accompany imprisonment.
Child Justice Bill) the country embraces what I have described elsewhere as a 'welfare model', in practice and according to the currently relevant legislation, juvenile justice in Namibia is more representative of a 'justice model'--concerned more with retribution than with resocialization, reintegration, and/or treatment.
The Political Resocialization of Immigrants: Resistance or Lifelong Learning?