institutionalization
noun see institutionalize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • institutionalization — 1911, from INSTITUTIONALIZE (Cf. institutionalize) + ATION (Cf. ation) …   Etymology dictionary

  • institutionalization — (Amer.) n. act of transforming something into an institution (i.e. custom, law, pattern of behavior); placing of a person in an institution (also institutionalisation) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • institutionalization — noun a) the process of establishing a practice as a norm The government began the institutionalization of background checks for internet users. b) the process of committing a person to a facility where their freedom to leave will be restrained,… …   Wiktionary

  • institutionalization — ələ̇ˈzāshən, əlˌīˈz , ələ̇ˈz , əˌlīˈz noun ( s) 1. : the quality or state of being or becoming institutionalized a pleasant custom always has a tendency toward institutionalization 2. : the action or a result of institutionalizing the institut …   Useful english dictionary

  • institutionalization — institutionalize (also institutionalise) ► VERB 1) establish as a norm in an organization or culture: claims that racism is institutionalized in education. 2) place in a residential institution. 3) (be/become institutionalized) suffer the adverse …   English terms dictionary

  • institutionalization — See institutionalize. * * * …   Universalium

  • institutionalization — n. a condition produced by long term residence in an unstimulating impersonal institution (such as some residential care homes and orphanages). The individual adapts to the behaviour characteristic of the institution to such an extent that he is… …   Medical dictionary

  • Institutionalization — The gradual domination of financial markets by institutional investors, as opposed to individual investors. This process has occurred throughout the industrialized world. The New York Times Financial Glossary …   Financial and business terms

  • institutionalization — The gradual domination of financial markets by institutional investors, as opposed to individual investors. This process has occurred throughout the industrialized world. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

  • institutionalization — A term used to describe the adverse psychological effects on individuals of residence in institutions, especially of long stays in large scale institutions, such as mental hospitals and prisons. Most frequently mentioned effects, whose precise… …   Dictionary of sociology

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