Definition of Overorganized
1. overorganize [v] - See also: overorganize
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Literary usage of Overorganized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Rural Community, Ancient and Modern by Newell LeRoy Sims (1920)
"But in such an overorganized condition those who are interested in the community welfare movement are in danger of making one of two mistakes: (i) They may ..."
2. The Social Welfare Forum: Official Proceedings ... Annual Forum by National Conference on Social Welfare, American Social Science Association, Conference of Charities (U.S., Conference of Charities (U.S.), National Conference of Social Work (U.S. (1920)
"... the danger of becoming overorganized. I have in mind an association in a city of approximately 60000 population. When the executive secretary took up ..."
3. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"... is as much ingenuity and industry along the lines of communication as would satisfy the directorate of the most highly overorganized German fabrik. ..."
4. Great American Universities by Edwin Emery Slosson (1910)
"It is evident, therefore, that the university as a whole is not overorganized, as is commonly believed. The real problem of the great universities is how to ..."
5. Principles of Rural Economics by Thomas Nixon Carver (1911)
"It sometimes happens, however, that the market becomes so overorganized as actually to make work for the middleman and to put the consumer more or less ..."
6. Introduction to Rural Sociology by Paul Leroy Vogt (1917)
"in many places at the present time is that it is overorganized through the existence of duplicate institutions. This is particularly true of the religious ..."
7. Addresses and Proceedings by National Education Association of the United States, National Teachers' Association (U.S.)., American Normal School Association, Central College Association (1914)
"This social life that is flaunted to every breeeze, they fear, is becoming overorganized and getting top-heavy, a sort of windbag bobbing up and down and ..."