Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • See socialization, socialize.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Alternative spelling of socialization.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the action of establishing on a socialist basis
  • noun the act of meeting for social purposes
  • noun the adoption of the behavior patterns of the surrounding culture

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Examples

  • As part of the project, the ElderGames team identified and developed games that older people would find interesting, would help maintain socialisation and use important cognitive skills. heh

    Old Folks video games ;p

  • Mr Blake needs 'socialisation' as part of his fostering program.

    What I cooked last night.

  • Mr Blake needs 'socialisation' as part of his fostering program.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • This "socialisation" process, Gen Sheehan said, "included open homosexuality" and led to "a focus on peacekeeping operations because they did not believe the Germans were going to attack again or the Soviets were coming back".

    BBC - Ouch

  • This "socialisation" process, Gen Sheehan said, "included open homosexuality" and led to "a focus on peacekeeping operations because they did not believe the Germans were going to attack again or the Soviets were coming back".

    BBC - Ouch

  • Cronin said the SACP's perspective on "socialisation" was located within the context of the alliance's shared priorities -- jobs, sustainable livelihoods, health care, education, rural development and fighting crime and corruption.

    IOL: News

  • In it Pamuk describes the "socialisation" of emotions right down to the most intimate impulses, writes

    signandsight.com

  • Vavi said Cosatu supported the SACP's view that "socialisation" of key sectors for the benefit of all the people was preferable to state ownership, which he said benefited only the elite.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • He has supported what he calls "socialisation" of the mines with a greater say by workers in management and incremental expansion of the workers 'stake in the mines.

    IOL: News

  • In it Pamuk describes the "socialisation" of emotions right down to the most intimate impulses, writes

    signandsight.com

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