Administrators have an obligation to institutionalize
agency response to officer-involved domestic violence/disturbance cases and support the officers who attend to these calls.
Because the contemporary Arab state system was essentially culturally alien to Arab society, Arab political actors sought cultural legitimacy to institutionalize
Thus, Angara reiterated his call for his colleagues in the Senate to fast-track the approval of his Senate Bill 945, which seeks to expand and institutionalize
the 20 percent transport fare discount given to students.
This article focuses on how police managers, like business leaders, can institutionalize
ethics into their departments.
'We have entered into the realm of global competitiveness and issues of comparability of Filipino skilled workers and professionals working in different parts of the world have made it imperative to institutionalize
This paper investigates the cross-national institutionalization of formal civics-oriented school curricula and programs and considers how national educational systems contextualize and institutionalize
these curricula and programs.
Attracted by photography and the potential it affords for manipulating the real, Javier Baldeon has recently favored this medium in his efforts to disrupt the systems that institutionalize
the individual's submission to societal codes.
'There are pending bills that would institutionalize
this so that it won't have to be a Senate amendment every year.'
All that is left is to institutionalize
one's immaturity, masking the fact that it has become a permanent state, an entropic condition.
Alvarez said these funds could instead go to institutionalize
the purok leaders, barangay health workers, barangay tanods, and day care workers, who receive paltry pay, he lamented, even though they are on the frontlines in the barangays.