Definition of Reintegrative
1. integrative [adj] - See also: integrative
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Literary usage of Reintegrative
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Our Children at Risk edited by Centre for Educational Research (1995)
"reintegrative programmes These programmes address unemployed young people who have already failed in their attempt to gain entry into the labour market. ..."
2. States of Disarray: The Social Effects of Globalization edited by Peter Stalker (1998)
"Some schemes may involve what is called "reintegrative shaming". This is different from stigmatization (which tends to exclude and isolate individuals) and ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1909)
"... self-reintegrative efficiencies, an answer to the ancient enigma of identity amid change, and a solution of the perennial problem of substantiality. ..."
4. The Sex Offenderby Barbara K. Schwartz, Henry R. Cellini by Barbara K. Schwartz, Henry R. Cellini (1999)
"Explaining alcoholism treatment efficacy with the theory of reintegrative shaming. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 13(4), 25-38, 1995. Howe, RJ (1995). ..."
5. Continuity of Offender Treatment for Substance Use Disorders from by Gary Field (1998)
"... institutional and aftercare staff involvement through the community reentry period • Long-term reintegrative activities emphasizing service delivery and ..."
6. Philosophical Problems in the Light of Vital Organization by Edmund Montgomery (1907)
"... powerful tendency of its own to maintain its integrity against deteriorating influences by means of reintegrative assimilation of complemental material. ..."
7. Philosophical Problems in the Light of Vital Organization by Edmund Montgomery (1907)
"The final end to be attained through the highly complex series of reintegrative stages is strictly predetermined. These statements contain in general terms ..."
8. On Animal Electricity by Augustus Désiré Waller (1897)
"... due to reintegrative chemical movement at L. (3) The positive variation to which I have alluded above, present only in certain states of nerve, ..."