Bourdieu defines social capital as resources that are gained from institutionalized relationships (for example, belonging to an elite school alumni association).
Much of Sufi poetry, love legends included, is an allegorical statement against the established order and the bigotry of institutionalized religion.
‘I've never become institutionalized ,’ he says.
So, thanks to Dr. Geertz for providing a nice introduction to a discussion of institutionalized racism, ignorance, and education.
These volumes are the blueprints of institutionalized American racism in the twentieth century, and they were given away for the cost of postage.
Pressed by President Woodrow Wilson, the Versailles Conference in 1919 adopted the American program for institutionalized peace in the form of the League of Nations and the World Court.
the danger of discrimination becoming institutionalized
The debate - which deserves to be a real one - over whether it makes sense to fund some form of compensation for the consequences of slavery is not advanced by institutionalized dishonesty like this.
In the absence of a viable and institutionalized left in the United States, his behavior is not really so bizarre.
Our objective was to provide a comprehensive examination of how firms resolved the tension between economic pressures to abandon a highly institutionalized practice and social pressures to retain it.