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externalization

 [eks-ter″nal-ĭ-za´shun]
1. the tendency to perceive in the external world and in external objects components of one's own personality, including instinctual impulses, conflicts, moods, attitudes, and ways of thinking.
2. the process of learning the difference between self and non-self in childhood.
3. the process by which external rather than internal stimuli become capable of arousing a drive, such as hunger.
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The theoretical and conceptual framework presented in the book could be implied to different countries such as Tunisia and Libya while assessing the externalization of the EU's immigration policies towards non-member transit states in the Southern Neighborhood as well as in the Balkans.
previous solutions to the externalization problem and their limitations.
Besides that, due to low level of education and exposure towards business knowledge, externalization, combination and internalization are difficult to take place.
For those who use the attack other style, their externalization is clearly seen by the result of the highest association of any of the styles with externalization in the TOSCA-A.
Externalization governance offers strategic advantages for SYTEFs.
According to statistics, significant level that was obtained 0.00 represents a meaningful relationship at level of 99% between role of externalization and empowerment employees.
The subsequent sections discuss the four knowledge creation processes according to the SECI model (socialization, externalization, combination and internalization).
There are no differences also between the scores in Independence and Positive temperament; Relatedness and Externalization; Externalization and Positive temperament.
During the study, 123 adolescent boys (aged between 11-17) with externalization problems referred to the Vadaskert Child Psychiatry Hospital were involved voluntarily after informed consent.
I have summarized three different externalization data workflow "types" in Table 1.
Externalization is an individual process through which the tacit knowledge is transformed into explicit knowledge.
These dynamics are helping to drive an increasing externalization of applications management (AM) functions to third party suppliers.