Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Habitualization
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Digital Virtual Consumption (2013)
by Mike Molesworth, Janice Denegri Knott
habitualization refers to the replacement, over time, of a signified with its signifier. But, therein, habitualization is considered an impediment to art and associated aesthetic pleasures. Habitualization devours works, clothes, furniture, one's wife, and the fear of ...
by Amjad Fatemi Phd
Conditioning the mind by Abstract Images for the sake of education or habitualization is a method used today. If images are not chosen properly, they eventually create problems for an individual as well as for society. For example, if a teen is conditioned to violence as the only way of earning respect, recognition, and money, this conditioned mind tries to create a gang and become its ruler. The damage to the society ...
Greatest Habit (2012)
7 Battle-Tested Principles to Make the Most of the Greatest Practice for Meaning, Happiness and Power by John Cornelius
Habitualization means the intentional creation of positive habits. It is a proactive, self-managed process, whereby one enacts in anticipation of future opportunities, needs and challenges, and cultivates new ways of being, thinking and acting today. Rather than having the environment define our choices and responses by default, one steps ahead with awareness, identifies the likely environmental stimuli, and then habitualizes new and better responses. “Wefirst make our habits , then ...
Encyclopedia of Identity (2010)
by Ronald L. Jackson II
To be more concrete: Aristotle's theory is more apt for discussing agency as representing fulfillment of a role; Plato's theory is more apt for describing the habitualization of a role and, hence, the formation of an embodied identity. Accordingly, when discussing the effects of violent video games on social behavior, scholars, often unknowingly, recur to Platonic and Aristotelian concepts of mimesis: either—like Plato—they omit the player as a reflective observer and do not sufficiently ...
by Roberta Pearson, Philip Simpson
Habitualization devours work, clothes, furniture, one's wife,and the fearofwar. 'Ifthe whole complexlivesof many peoplegoon unconsciously, then such livesareasif they had never been.
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