resocialization


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resocialization

(ˌriːsəʊʃəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

resocialisation

n
(Psychology) the action or process of resocializing a person
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It is the stage of learning new roles and resocialization (Berry, 2007).
It is understood that, even in cases where adolescents report a positive experience, characterized by a possible resocialization through various referrals made by staff, it is still common for adolescents to experience problems again due to drug abuse at school when leaving the institution, and they often return to the shelter for the same reason.
These policies encompass actions for prevention, care and resocialization of mental health users (Delgado, 2011).
As evident in the text of Colombian law 1448, these elements are related to each other almost inter-dependently; the successful outcome of these processes should look for a series of social and state changes that ensure the non-repetition of conflict, facilitate the processes of forgiveness, and promote the resocialization and reintegration of Colombian society.
Since the crisis in 2001, further reforms aimed at resocialization of the armed forces were instituted, with the goal of creating "citizen soldiers," who are both public servants specialized in the profession of national defense, and holders of obligations and rights substantially equal to those of all other citizens.
The presupposition is that these professionals configure a multiprofessional team, aiming at interdisciplinary care, which is one of the essential principles to the effective occurrence of the resocialization process of the individual in psychological suffering and to the provision of healthcare in a comprehensive way.
In sum, Musa's homecoming was not a straightforward trajectory of either resocialization into status hierarchies or outright emancipation.
They examine demography and migration to the former Soviet Union, Europe, and North America; transnational aspects; the effects of migration on attitudes and political and economic behavior; resocialization and Jewish identity; religious aspects; and the diaspora in Russian literature by Evgeny Steiner, Alexander Goldshtein, Oleg Yuryev, Alexander Ilichevsky, Boris Khersonskii, Marina Temkina, Mikhail Gronas, Ilya Kaminsky, Wladimir Kaminer, Lena Gorelik, and Vladimir Vertlib.
Lisa's work on infrastructural intelligibility and infrastructural resocialization, and her way of bringing ecological concerns into media studies, it is this careful way of bringing together feminist studies of science and technology, new materialism, geography, and media.
Environmentalism at home: The process of ecological resocialization by teenagers.
166) In the second, the German Constitutional Court forbade the release of a movie about a 1960s radical convicted of the terrorist murder of soldiers on the grounds that the movie would "violate his constitutional right of personality and impede the resocialization that was his entitlement as a German prisoner.
According to him: "As a whole society moves along the continuum of destruction, there is a resocialization in beliefs, values, and standards of conduct.