However, the degree to which campuses had achieved some critical level of commitment and institutionalization
prior to the decision to attend the planning institute is not known.
The second observation, which is related to the previous one, has to do with the emphasis given in the analysis to actors who supposedly promoted the institutionalization
Thus, links we uncover between immigration and institutionalization
will be very similar to the links between immigration and incarceration.
This article also makes an analytical distinction between the effects of party banning on party institutionalization
part started slowly and jerkingly with the establishment of the local stock exchange but it took many years before this became a meaningful, functional institution.
On this vein, the length of the apprenticeship of congressional leaders is a classical, operational indicator of boundedness drawn from Polsby's "The Institutionalization
of the US.
The article begins with a review of the concept of institutionalization
, identifying the position of the current article in the existing theoretical debates.
The following section deals with the other component of this study: the institutionalization
of family businesses.
This study investigates the employees' perceptions of institutionalization
of HRM policies and practices (employee selection, job description, training, performance evaluation, promotion, and decision making) in government ministries and public organizations in Kuwait.
Identification of risk factors for institutionalization
was a secondary aim of the study.
Spirit needs institutionalization
to be effective in time and in the incarnate world.
Scripted for Change: The Institutionalization
of the American Presidency.