resocialization

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resocialization

(ˌriːsəʊʃəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

resocialisation

n
(Psychology) the action or process of resocializing a person
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It has to start with resocialisation of boys, who have been trained in patriarchy and consider violence against women and various forms of oppressing them to be normal, she said and recounted her experiences with conducting workshops for boys and campaigns.
The Labour Ministry has permanently revoked the accreditation of the isty De (Clear Day) resocialisation centre in Galanta (Trnava Region), the TVnoviny.
Oddou et al (2009) argued that repatriation knowledge is in itself a knowledge formation process that is intermediated by a resocialisation procedure of repatriates.
Figure 6: Suggested improvements for future classroom sessions: all students No changes needed 69% More units should adopt the classrooms 58% Different time of day 3% Guidelines resocialisation suggested 3% Note: Table made from bar graph.
Warsaw, Poland: Institute of Social Prevention and Resocialisation.
Le processus de resocialisation de ces objets ranges dans les reserves museales par Mekwan Awasis, selon les protocoles rituels des Cris des Plaines, est devenu l'un des axes principaux de ma recherche.
WHO states the purposes of geriatric rehabilitation through defining its "3 Rs": reactivation with the stimulation of the physically and socially inactive elderly towards a renovation of their daily active life within the environment they belongs to, resocialisation with the reestablishment of their relationships with family, friends and neighbours and, finally, the last "R", coming from reintegration with the elderly's returning in society, participating to a normal life, according to their own capabilities, developing useful activities.
Through such a resocialisation the truth of being, overcomes the truth of thinking in a historical materialist sense, where people's social existence more accurately is known to shape their consciousness.
In addition, this study provides compelling evidence on the existence of a distinctive pattern of power distribution and emotional relations within the addicts' birth families; family-oriented drug addiction treatments that include withdrawal therapy, rehabilitation and resocialisation can be improved based on this knowledge.
Following Shulman (2005), I content that this study may be able to assist in understanding the importance of investigating more closely the interplay between cognition and affect in resocialisation processes.
The responsibility to understand fears of difference and counteract threats to feminist unity involves emancipating resocialisation (Lorde 1984).
This study reveals that moving into a new life setting demands a process of resocialisation, involving the unlearning of old social patterns and their substitution by new ways of thinking and behaving.