Lexicographical Neighbors of Routinization
Literary usage of Routinization
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Opposition and Dissent in Contemporary China by Peter R. Moody (1977)
"Those whose jobs involve a day-to-day coping with the realities of rule come to acquire an interest in bureaucratic routinization and may come to wish to ..."
2. Getting to the Top in the USSR: Cyclical Patterns in the Leadership by R. Judson Mitchell (1990)
"... relations among the various institutions and between institutions and the people were characterized by regularity or routinization.28 This routinization ..."
3. Representations of Violence: Art about the Sierra Leone Civil War by Patrick K. Muana, Chris Corcoran, Russell D. Feingold (2005)
"Using these terms, a routinization of violence was inculcated and transformed ... This routinization is likened to the word ‘troubles' in Belfast indicated ..."
4. Reducing Seismic Hazards of Existing Buildings: Workshop Proceedings edited by Roger E. Scholl (1993)
"... limited period of time (ie, implementation does occur), after which practices may regress to their earlier state (ie, routinization does not occur). ..."
5. Long Road to Recovery; Community Responses to Industrial Disaster by James Kenneth Mitchell (1996)
"What does apparent failure of the routinization process signify? ... Some kinds of surprise may simply be very resistant to routinization; we may have to ..."