Their parents are alcoholic (father) and oblivious (mother), and Kitty, though tall and wise, is withdrawn and unsocialized
to an extreme degree.
It's all these bitter, unsocialized
people together in a department.
A fearful or unsocialized
dog who is crated or tethered might feel trapped and is likely to become even more defensively aggressive if confined where visitors will pass closely by, look at or speak to her, or even worse, poke fingers into a crate or attempt to touch her.
, and determining force', (23) an offensive
There was mounting anxiety over the "youth problem," whether teddy boys, "angry young men," or supposedly unsocialized
youngsters following the ending of National Service in the armed forces.
Under the developmental stage models, unrestrained and unsocialized
youth are brought under control through normalizing and institutionalizing processes.
puppy is more likely to be fearful of new situations and people as an adult, Dr.
Having spent their entire lives in a backyard, the dogs were unsocialized
and fearful of strangers.
(175) Her motherhood was put on trial not just as a result of her son's injury, but through the attribution of mother blame at what were interpreted as his character traits, not simply a disability, as a social worker "testified that he was 'the most unsocialized
child' she had ever seen," characterizing him as "a little animal child." (176)
Internet means that large numbers of "unsocialized