Definition of Resocialization
1. socialization [n -S] - See also: socialization
Lexicographical Neighbors of Resocialization
Literary usage of Resocialization
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Severe Disability: A Text for Rehabilitation Counselors, Other edited by Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers (2000)
"Usually the last steps in the resocialization process involve settings like private parties, public places such as bars, and places of employment There are ..."
2. The Cornerstone of Development: Integrating Environmental, Social, and by Jamie Schnurr, Susan Holtz (1998)
"The second policy wedge, resocialization, uncouples human well-being from the consumption of ... resocialization can reconcile economic and social goals. ..."
3. Violent Youth Predator Act of 1996; And Balanced Juvenile Justice and Crime by United States, Subcommittee on Crime, Congress, Committee on the Judiciary, House (1997)
"Measuring progress against that continuum as youth go through the resocialization program allows us to provide transition to less restrictive placements as ..."
4. Owed Justice: Thai Women Trafficked Into Debt Bondage in Japan by Kinsey Dinan (2000)
"Moreover, the illegal status of "prostitution" stigmatizes all women in the industry as persons in need of "guidance" and "resocialization. ..."