belongingness


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belongingness

(bɪˈlɒŋɪŋnəs)
n
the human state of being an essential part of something
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It would also inculcate a sense of belongingness despite being away from their homes.
This along with care, affection and thought process for the uplift of the weaker sections of society will bring prosperity, hope and sense of belongingness to the minorities.
This is essential since having that feeling of belongingness paves way for a more engaged and bonded team, and it gives employees that psychological safety.
It was aimed at promoting African traditional values and make them learn to be self-reliant and feel a sense of belongingness in Africa.
This co-branded card would bring along a sense of belongingness and loyalty in addition to access to special offerings and many benefits to IFS customers, and staff in Sri Lanka.
The theme of the book is radicalisation, alienation and belongingness. It is obvious that Fatima Bhutto is not interested in petty PPP politics and is more into literary pursuits.
Aside from belongingness and community enjoyment, the event also managed to foster sportsmanship among the participants.
President Beji Caid Essebsi highlighted Tunisia's commitment to strengthen its African belongingness and improve its relations with all countries of the continent, stressing the importance of the agreement to create the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) for the African economic integration.
Identification refers to "the perception of oneness or belongingness to some human aggregate" (Ashforth & Mael, 1989, p.
of Malta and elsewhere address the belongingness hypothesis; well-being and emotional intelligence, spirituality, prosocial behavior, and literacy; family well-being; the well-being of young people; leisure as an indicator of social well-being; the impact of the patriarchy and intimate partner violence on the empowerment of women; disabled people and social well-being; and well-being from economic and welfare perspectives.
In the current study, we examined how community college students' participation in a peer feedback writing intervention that embedded them in a community of practice influenced their sense of belongingness. Research has documented that students' sense of belonging in a college environment encourages persistence, which supports academic success and can lead to degree completion (Karp, Hughes, & O'Gara, 2010; Hoffman, Richmand, Morrow & Salomone, 2002; Barnett, 2011).
The main idea of this holiday is the unity and solidarity of the Azerbaijanis from all over the world, respect for national and spiritual values, as well as belongingness to the historical homeland.