Institutionalism meaning

ĭnstĭ-to͝oshə-nə-lĭzəm, -tyo͝o-
The definition of institutionalism is a belief where the emphasis is placed on the usefulness of established institutions, often at the expense of the individual.

An example of institutionalism is when an institution is given rights and powers that individual people do not have.

An example of institutionalism is the use of large institutions instead of smaller group homes for the care and treatment of the mentally ill.

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The use of public institutions in health care and social services.
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A belief in the usefulness or sanctity of established institutions.
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The nature of such care, regarded as impersonal, standardized, etc.
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Adherence to or belief in established forms, especially belief in organized religion.
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The care of the poor, homeless, or others needing assistance by or in public institutions.
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Adherence to the established religion, or to established codes of conduct.
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Use of public institutions for the care of people who are physically or mentally disabled, criminally delinquent, or incapable of independent living.
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