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Planning and Social Science (2004)
A Humanistic Approach by Gerald A. Gutenschwager
Institutions are formed through a progression of stages that includes the following : Habitualization --> Typification -- > Reciprocal Typification -- > Institutionalization Habitualization refers to the human tendency to repeat actions in a similar way ...
Encyclopedia of Media and Communication (2013)
by Marcel Danesi
Attentivenes is replaced by confusion, a sense of scandal by accommodation and habitualization, and understanding by misunderstanding. Another critical insight to be gleaned from Benjamin's writings is that of 'general indifferent labour,' ...
Linguistics Encyclopedia (2004)
by Kirsten Malmkjaer
the habitualization ofdiscourse) tothe surface forinspection. In this way, critical linguistics can shed lighton socialand political processes. Promising revelation through an analytic technique – indeed, quite.
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