remoralization

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remoralization

(riːˌmɒrəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

remoralisation

n
the act of instilling with morals again; the act of making moral again
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The conservative communitarian project presents a move towards the 'remoralisation' of society and the rebuilding of a sense of obligation.
(39) Kate Jellema, 'Making good on debt: The remoralisation of wealth in post-revolutionary Vietnam', Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 6, 3 (2005): 231-48.
'A focus on improving the health, education, life chances and job prospects for all young people and their parents is as necessary as any remoralisation agenda.': THE SINGLE MOTHER:Margaret O'Sullivan, 57, of Rhyl, is chair of single parent support group Gingerbread Wales.
Although very much focused on the policies generated under Thatcher and Major, Cook also maps out the contradictions of the Blair project for the remoralisation of society, insofar as this borrows heavily from conservative themes.
Amidst the seeming exhaustion of secular ideologies, it should not be surprising that efforts to forge a language of social critique or to argue for a remoralisation of society take a religious, particularly a Christian, character.