Personalization Social actors can be personalized (represented as & Impersonalization
human beings) or impersonalized (through concrete or abstract nouns whose meaning does not include the semantic features of human).
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The objectives of the current paper are: 1) to define the pronoun as a grammatical category and means of impersonal presentation in the English language, 2) to determine the most frequently used classes of pronouns as means of impersonal presentation in English quality press, 3) to identify the reasons for the use of this impersonalization
strategy in the quality press, and 4) to compare the frequency of use of the pronouns as means of impersonal presentation.
He scorned the regimentation and impersonalization
of life in the future and the destruction of the individual under totalitarianism, in a manner that made 1984 broadly fit a conservative interpretation.
This feeling derives from the impersonalization
of the narrator, who is neither identified by name nor presented as one of the characters.
The reasoning behind this scheme is that if psychiatry is a branch of medicine, it is expected to act and do the way the rest of medicine does(59), technological progress included, with electronic documentation being its latest contribution(60); yet, the projections regarding the fate of the doctor-patient dyad seem to be quite negative: impersonalization
or depersonalization (some call it robotization) of the relationship is already considered its worst outcome.
It is not an entirely negative concept: homogenization ("the prescriptive imposition of a disciplinary structure") is the application of norms, judgement, and impersonalization
to the characters' bodies, and the message emerging from these novelists' work is that their characters' "fluctuating reality" should not be systematized.
The aim of the article is to answer whether and in which proportion impersonalization
is necessary and to analyze whether the current legislation provides sufficient guarantees for protection of basic, but opposing civil rights of individuals.
and pervasive short-term thinking of big institutions have been critical factors in the present crisis.
In the moment that last term was internalized, and identified with the human person, also the second term was brought into the same net of impersonalization
59) Moreover, Ropke argued that the new economics' marginalization of individual human beings reflected general social trends "toward impersonalization
, toward collectivization, toward mechanization, toward dehumanization.
I feel that I treat some inmates as if 23 51 l4 10 2 they were impersonal objects.