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 study reported what it called "six common dynamics of disaffiliation," as follows:
THE mail, sent by BI interim secretary Mohit Bagchandani to state units on Saturday said: "It is hearby directed that you are to avoid participating in any unauthorised meetings pertaining to the sport of boxing in India, failing which you will be severely dealt with, which may result in the suspension or disaffiliation of your state unit with Boxing India.
As a result of NYSNA's disaffiliation from ANA, its individual members lost national benefits, including access to professional consultations on nursing issues, core resources such as periodicals and members' content on ANA's website, and discounts on books, conferences, and continuing education offerings.
During 2009 and 2010, the disaffiliation from SAMA of private specialists to form the new SAPPF was noted.
From the aforementioned slave narratives to immigrant stories, which often articulate experiences of socio-cultural assimilation into or disaffiliation from mainstream American life, the conversion narrative has provided ethnic Americans with a template for experiencing and representing life in a polity that has historically sought their exclusion, whether it be through slavery or Jim Crow segregation or through Nativist immigration policies like the 1921 Emergency Quota Act or its offspring, the Immigration Act of 1924.
As well, with a rising rate of "no religion" across the four Canadian regions since 1971 even among some third-generation populations (Statistics Canada 2007), it would seem possible that disaffiliation may play a role in the decline of births being baptized by the United Church.
Collectively, such studies can help us to understand the processes of gang affiliation and disaffiliation experienced by young men.
The vast inattention to the great issue of Jewish secularity has brought consequences, among which are growing unaffiliation and disaffiliation especially from congregations, the conversion of a sizeable number of us to Buddhism, and a growing frenzy for so-called innovative Jewish programs.
Disaffiliation was conceptualized as having low levels of perceived social support.
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.
There are instances observed in which absence of repetition in Urdu conversation displays disaffiliation and disinterest in the conversation on the part of the recipient.