inadaptation


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inadaptation

(ɪnˌædæpˈteɪʃən)
n
the state of not being adapted or the lack of adaptation
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(12) Put differently, far from being animals that are well adapted to their environment, humans are "champions of inadaptation" (Serres, Incandescent 41).
Alors que les vrais problemes de l'enseignement resident dans son dephasage par rapport au marche du travail, son inefficacite et son inadaptation aux besoins de l'air du temps.
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Comparison among the inadaptation, static adaptation, and our approaches is shown in Figure 4.
Escala de Inadaptacion (Inadaptation Scale--IE--; Echeburua, & Corral, 1987).
Western societies proved their inadaptation to the new world and the inflexibility towards the old world, even the lack of dialogue between cultures.
For premature and overweight children there is a risk for inadaptation to the extrauterine life, for which they need qualified help to adapt to the new mode of existence.
The inadaptation to the military environment can manifest either through conduct disorders or through true pathologic conditions.
Studies which have distinguished two factors refer to a depressive dimension and a positive dimension (which indicates difficulty in expressing happiness or joy), although there is an exception in which the dimensions have been defined as "Feelings of inadaptation and difficulties in relating to one's self and to others" and "Guilt and sense of guilt" (Gori-Savellini & Morino-Abbelle, 1984).