Definition of Resocializing
1. resocialize [v] - See also: resocialize
Lexicographical Neighbors of Resocializing
Literary usage of Resocializing
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)
"The resocializing of property is an essential part of the christianizing of the social order. If we can give back to the community which creates them the ..."
2. Christianizing the Social Order by Walter Rauschenbusch (1912)
"A progressive inheritance tax»/ is one of the most approved ways of resocializing large fortunes, and it should be applied far more thoroughly than hitherto ..."
3. The Cornerstone of Development: Integrating Environmental, Social, and by Jamie Schnurr, Susan Holtz (1998)
"resocializing society. The second policy wedge, resocialization, uncouples human well-being from the consumption of goods and services. ..."
4. Gang Suppression & Intervention: An Assessment by Irving A. Spergel (1996)
"... principal responsibility for socializing and resocializing youth. Schools, especially elementary and middle schools, are identified with local ..."
5. Democracy in Latin America: (re)constructing Political Society by Manuel Antonio Garretón Merino, Edward Newman (2001)
"... discontinuity that would provide the basis for resocializing the voters and the political class according to the norms of a properly democratic regime. ..."
6. Strengthening America's Families: Promising Parenting Strategies for by Karole L. Kumpfer (1993)
"Family and Delinquency: resocializing the Young Offender. New York: Human Sciences Press, Inc. Glenn, HS (1984). "Developing capable young people. ..."