Definition of Resocialized
1. resocialize [v] - See also: resocialize
Lexicographical Neighbors of Resocialized
Literary usage of Resocialized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Christianizing the Social Order by Walter Rauschenbusch (1912)
"Property rights will have to be resocialized to bring them into accordance with our actual moral relations. If all memory of past property rights were ..."
2. Christianizing the Social Order by Walter Rauschenbusch (1912)
"When the burghers of the commercial towns bought them off for a lump sum, they partly resocialized the public highway, and when they finally rased the ..."
3. The Essence of Hayek by Friedrich August Hayek, Chiaki Nishiyama (1984)
"When conditions improve and/or new dislocations appear, markets are curbed and property rights are resocialized. The key issue faced by the communist ..."
4. The Making of the American Citizenry: An Introduction to Political Socialization by Michael P. Riccards (1973)
"... tend to be resocialized toward the level of politicization and political outlook of the upper-class members.22 Overall, however, youth peer groups do ..."
5. Child Welfare Work in Pennsylvania: A Co-operative Study of Child-helping by William Henry Slingerland (1915)
"... resocialized. And on the other hand, charity or social service needs the uplift of religion.—Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. The state cannot be indifferent to ..."
6. Postcommunism: Four Perspectives by Michael Mandelbaum (1996)
"People over 50, especially, are too old to be resocialized. Indeed, they feel personally "phased out" along with inefficient socialist enterprises. ..."
7. What Happened to the Women?: Gender and Reparations for Human Rights Violations by Ruth Rubio-Marín (2006)
"... they have the support of others so they can be resocialized into their communities... so they are accepted and can return to carrying out normal lives. ..."