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- externalization. In psychology, internalization is the outcome of a conscious mind reasoning about a specific subject; the subject is internalized, and the consideration...
- Internalized racism is a form of internalized oppression, defined by sociologist Karen D. Pyke as the "internalization of racial oppression by the racially...
- Internalized ****ism is ****ism that occurs on an individual level. Internalized ****ism is when an individual enacts learned ****ist behaviors and attitudes...
- stereotypes of themselves. Internalized oppression may manifest on a group level as well as an individual one. Internalized oppression may result in conflict...
- terminology. The phrase internalized ****ual stigma is sometimes used in place to represent internalized homophobia. An internalized stigma arises when a...
- internalizing disorder will keep their problems to themselves, or internalize the problems. Behaviors that are apparent in those with internalizing disorders...
- Transphobia is the range of negative attitudes, feelings or actions toward transgender or trans****ual people, or toward trans****uality. Transphobia can...
- In sociology and other social sciences, internalization (or internalisation) means an individual's acceptance of a set of norms and values (established...
- Internalization theory is a branch of economics that is used to analyse international business behaviour. Internalization theory focuses on imperfections...
- a tragedy of the commons (behaving contrary to the common good) by internalizing benefits. They do this by experiencing flow (i.e., energized focus,...
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