resocialization


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resocialization

(ˌriːsəʊʃəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

resocialisation

n
(Psychology) the action or process of resocializing a person
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Likewise, the project provides for the resocialization of street youth, for which it will be necessary to offer attractive options to them, especially those who do not attend school and those who lack sufficient family support.
in order to extract and reflexively recover the experiences of the process from the perspective of social work, concluding that overcrowding limits the process of resocialization of the prisoner, the deficiencies of infrastructure and services to carry out prison work, and psychological therapies contribute to the low prognosis of rehabilitation [4].
A return to respectability, rather than a resocialization of the self, is the ultimate goal of treatment.
Japarov noted that probation will contribute to the correction of a convict without isolation from society, the resocialization of convicts is an important component of the new institution.
Immigrant men's unwillingness to be open to resocialization could stem from, among other things, their loss of status, their relationship with service providers and the lack of support systems that embrace the family as a unit rather than as individuals (Maiter and Stalker 2011; Shalabi, Mitchell and Andersson 2015).
In this new context, most families did not possess the necessary conditions to support the plans for resocialization and rehabilitation that this news model of mental health care laid out and suffered negatively as a result (3).
No resocialization programs have yet been developed.
Israeli & Santor (2000) see four components as fundamental to feminist therapy: consciousness-raising; social and gender role analysis; resocialization and social activism; and the evaluation of therapeutic effectiveness.
(32) This scenario may also compromise the process of resocialization when detainees are released, and there may be a negative impact on their quality of life, work activity and labor market reintegration.
While employing this identical approach, short circuits, even if included within the long circuits, may support the new social relations prevailing between the producers and consumers, thus ensuring resocialization or food re-spatialization(SONNINO & MARSDEN, 2006).
In Venice, the artist presented one such project alongside the pavilion: his engagement with the prison merchant collective Rio Tera dei Pensieri, a cooperative for men and women in the Venetian prison system that provides basic forms of work training and teaches methods of economic self-sustainment in an effort to prepare inmates for eventual resocialization, and which Bradford will continue to support for six years.
It is the stage of learning new roles and resocialization (Berry, 2007).