learning (of values or attitudes etc.) that is incorporated within yourself
(internalize) incorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal; "internalize a belief"
Internalization has different definitions depending on the field that the term is used in. Internalization is the opposite of externalization.
(internalize) To make something internal; to incorporate it in oneself; (computing) 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
(Internalize) to make a part of one's own thinking.
(Internalized) Oppressive beliefs are internalized by victims as well as benefactors. The oppressor doesn't have to exert any more pressure, because we now do it to ourselves and each other. Divide and conquer works.
(Internalizing) Comparing yourself to others, trying to determine who's smarter, better looking, etc. Concluding that you must accommodate to what is happening among others.
The practice of a broker sending a client's order to another division or affiliate of the broker's firm to be filled out of the firm's inventory. This allows the broker's firm to make money on the "spread" or difference between the purchase price and sale price.
Doing business through own internal system (own subsidiaries).
The process by which economic transactions are taken out of the market and organized as transac-tions within the boundaries of an enterprise.
this is the opposite of outsourcing. This is where instead of hiring an outside firm to handle a business task, you either handle the business task yourself or acquire a company that would normally handle the task. ...
The fifth and final stage of organizational change, in which employees become comfortable with and productive in the new system.