internalize

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} benimsemek
{f} özümsemek
İçselleştirmek
{f} özümlemek
öğren
içselleştirmek
(Dilbilim) oturuşmak
internalization
öğrenme
internalization
özümseme
internalization
İçselleştirme, benimseme; kendi bünyesine alma
internalization
içine alma, hücrenin bir molekülü içine alırken içe doğru kıvrılması
internalization
içselleştirme;kişinin, kendi dışındaki olayların kontrolünü, nedenini, vb. kendi içinde araması
internalization
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) içselleşme
internalization
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) içselleştirme
İngilizce - İngilizce
To make something internal; to incorporate it in oneself
To store (a string or other structure) in a shared pool, such that subsequent items with the same value can share the same instance. Often abbreviated to intern
incorporate within oneself; make subjectiveor personal; "internalize a belief"
in·ter·nal·ize internalizes internalizing internalized in BRIT, also use internalise If you internalize something such as a belief or a set of values, you make it become part of your attitude or way of thinking. Over time she internalized her parents' attitudes. + internalization in·ter·nali·za·tion my internalisation of hatred, disgust and fear. if you internalize a particular belief, attitude, behaviour etc, it becomes part of your character
{f} make internal; incorporate within oneself (also internalise)
incorporate within oneself; make subjectiveor personal; "internalize a belief
internalise
Alternative spelling of internalize
internalization
Adopting as one's own the standards and values of another person or society
internalise
{f} make internal; incorporate within oneself (also internalize)
internalise
incorporate within oneself; make subjectiveor personal; "internalize a belief"
internalised
{s} made internal; incorporated within (also internalized)
internalization
The process of including in financial balance sheets the cost factors which were previously not calculated (such as the value of a degraded environment) or whose brunt was borne by other elements of society (such as the health costs associated with pollution) Advocates of internalization argue that these costs should realistically be assigned to industrial enterprises, because they are an inherent outcome of the production process Once such costs as environmental degradation or health effects are internalized, the relative cost-benefit ratios of investment decisions change, creating a much stronger incentive for sustainable development and waste reduction (Source: Mintzer, 1992)
internalization
the process of absorbing knowledge from a given social environmental context
internalization
learning (of values or attitudes etc ) that is incorporated within yourself
internalization
A theory that the key ingredient for maintaining a firm-specific competitive advantage in international competition is the possession of proprietary information and control of human capital that can generate new information through expertise in research, management, marketing, or technology
internalization
learning of values or attitudes etc
internalization
{i} act or process of making internal (also internalisation)
internalization
that is incorporated within yourself
internalization
the process of internalizing something
internalization
Involves restructuring the software used by an e-business so that it can process foreign languages, currencies, data formats and other variations involved in conducting business globally
internalization
Conformity to a social norm prompted by true acceptance of the beliefs, values, and attitudes that underlie the norm (9)
internalization
Conformity to a social norm prompted by true acceptance of the beliefs, values, and attitudes that underlie the norm
internalization
A cognitive process in which the person is able to remember an action or experience (internalize it) and repeat it at a later time, in a new situation
internalization
Occurs when an individual accepts influence because it is intrinsically rewarding
internalization
Process by which a molecule enters into a cell (here through a receptor) and delivers a signal
internalization
process by which children accept societal standards of conduct as their own; fundamental to socialization process by which children accept societal standards of conduct as their own; fundamental to socialization
internalized
{s} made internal; incorporated within (also internalised)
internalized
past of internalize
internalizes
third-person singular of internalize
internalize