interiorization


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interiorization

(ɪnˌtɪərɪəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

interiorisation

n
formal incorporation into one's inner life
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It represents a definitive guarantee of the interiorization of the economy in the north of Esprito Santo, says Mr Jos Roberto, CEO Petrocity.
The interventions identified were:(a) the Rondon Project (Projeto Rondon); (b) the Interiorization Program of the SUS (Programa de Interiorizacao do SUS- or PISUS); (c) the Program to Move Health Work into the Interior (Programa de Interiorizacao do Trabalhoem Saude - or PITS), (d) Telessaude ('Tele-Health'); (e) the Program to
Escape from the captivity of objects, from the constraint of the radical exteriority of the objects embellishing our world, stems from the human need for reflection and interiorization, the return to the spiritualization of objects and the adequate valorization of human beings, in particular.
The Stoic focus on controlling our fate changes the nature of our moral life in many ways, but for the purpose of developing an argument with application to contemporary military service I will focus on just two: individualism and interiorization.
Walker and Cooper's analysis suggests that the relation between critique and potentiality has become a key battleground for critical thought: if resilience approaches offer a variety of ways for government to 'interiorize' the force of the outside--that is, to utilize a system's potential to become otherwise (Grosz, 2009) to ensure systemic meta-stability--then the possibilities for critique after resilience hinge on the ability of critical thought to counter this interiorization.
This can lessen the alienating effects of emotional labor, for interiorization helps mediate the relationship between emotional labor and one's psychological well-being.
The second more fraught approach is Interiorization, which results in consumers feeling the tension between changing the brand and changing themselves.
2009), social desirability is one of the causes of non-autonomous interiorization in one's identity due to the need to demonstrate competence.
From an anthropological point of view, education can be considered both an enculturing process (of transmission and interiorization of cultural values and of formation of the cultural behavior) as well as an acculturation process (of reception and acceptance of the cultural values belonging to other cultural and ethnic communities (Dassen, Perregaux, Rey, 1999; Cucoc, 2000).
are shackled by their own negative self-image, by centuries of the interiorization of the ideologies of patriarchy and gender hierarchy.
Klassen criticizes dependency-influenced writers for their "one-sided focus on the interiorization of US corporate power in the Canadian political economy, to the detriment of understanding the exteriorization of Canadian capital in transnational patterns of exploitation and accumulation.
The English novels that Pearl treats all move through this cycle of discovery, destruction, interiorization, and recuperation.