routinization

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  • The term routinization is therefore used here to characterize Anglo-Afghan relations during last two decades of the nineteenth century, but it is important to note that the notion of a subsidy-based routine applies to the realm of state-to-state interaction.

    Connecting Histories in Afghanistan: Market Relations and State Formation on a Colonial Frontier

  • This point is usually considered the end of the implementation stage, and is often referred to as routinization or institutionalization, especially when it occurs in organizations see Chapter 10.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • What you call the routinization of gender identity, we call sexism and patriarchy.

    Survey: Would you change sex?

  • What you call the routinization of gender identity, we call sexism and patriarchy.

    Survey: Would you change sex?

  • I mention the "routinization" of training, and the conversion of analysis into a "process of crude social adaptation," but what Turkle finds "most disappointing" in my review is my failure to recognize just these concerns in Lacan's work.

    Lacan: An Exchange

  • In short, it would see the transition from contestation to "routinization", from collective popular assertiveness to an empirical atomism of individual quotidian existence, as inevitable, and a world of "permanent contestations" as

    MRZine.org

  • 'routinization' of new technology is a risk; we tend to try to replicate that which is familiar without adequately examining what the new toolset can provide in terms of cool AND effective learning experiences.

    eLearn Magazine

  • Among the biggest challenges connected to the maintenance of any relationships, especially ones which can be as complicated as those we have with our parents about as tough as theirs is with us, I imagine, is routinization.

    Brad Hirschfield: Celebrate Mother's Day ... Biblically

  • Among the biggest challenges connected to the maintenance of any relationships, especially ones which can be as complicated as those we have with our parents about as tough as theirs is with us, I imagine, is routinization.

    Brad Hirschfield: Celebrate Mother's Day ... Biblically

  • The book is correspondingly organized on the basis of "experimental, interim, and routinization" phases that can be outlined as follows.

    Connecting Histories in Afghanistan: Market Relations and State Formation on a Colonial Frontier

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