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Internalization

A trade between an investor and his/her brokerage. That is, the client makes an order to the brokerage to buy or sell a security and the brokerage fills the order from its own inventory of the security. This can be advantageous to the brokerage because it is less expensive than going out and finding another buyer or seller. Some exchanges prohibit these trades, and brokerages are required to report internalization on exchanges that permit it.

internalize

To send a customer order from a brokerage firm to the firm's own specialist or market maker. Internalizing an order allows a broker to share in the profit (spread between the bid and ask) of executing the order.
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The purpose of the study is conceptual, i.e., to establish links between specific internalized role examples and the MOHO-based concepts related to occupation.
Second, for the reasons discussed above, we expect both perceived discrimination (again, we expect subtle individual discrimination to have the highest association) and internalized stigma to be negatively associated with the psychological well-being scales, life satisfaction and affect balance.
Internalized homophobia was measured using an eleven-item scale which included questions on homosexuality and its effect on level of comfort and how it affects relationship with friends and family members (the scale adequately captured internalized homophobia; Cronbach's [alpha] = 0.79).
Rowen and Malcolm (2002), for example, examined internalized homophobia and its relationship to homosexual identity formation, self-esteem, and self-concept among 86 gay men.
Men who experienced weight stigma were more likely to binge eat, and men who internalized weight stigma had lower self-rated health, the findings showed.
Public stigma often results in self- stigma as "Internalization of guilt, blameworthiness, desperateness, blame and fear of discrimination that is related with psychological disorders".2 It is well documented that individuals suffering from severe psychological ailments (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar disorder) are the ones that face public and feel internalized stigma.3,4
Prior research has not yet investigated impacts of social support and coping skills on the pathway between public stigma and internalized stigma.
Internalized stigma is internalizing and accepting public stigma in adherence to the three concepts of stigma to sustain his/her life [2-4].
The culture where children roles are expected to be more compliant and obedient are usually expected to be more indulged in internalized problems compared to externalized ones.
This is where the term "internalized racism" comes in.
The stigma associated with this form of stereotyping, and the discrimination felt by alcoholics can be internalized. Affected individuals anticipate social rejection, consider the societal stereotypes self-relevant, and that they are devalued members of society (Corrigan et al., 2005; Ritsher & Phelan, 2004).
In line with this, proximal minority stress processes can be in the form of concealment, expectation of rejection, and internalized homophobia (Meyer, 2003).