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institutionalized

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinstitutionalizedin‧sti‧tu‧tion‧al‧ized (also institutionalised British English) /ˌɪnstəˈtjuːʃənəlaɪzd $ -ˈtuː-/ AWL adjective  1 NORMALinstitutionalized attitudes and behaviour have existed for a long time in an organization and have become accepted as normal even though they are badinstitutionalized racism/sexism etc institutionalized corruption within the state2 NEEDsomeone who has become institutionalized has lived for a long time in a prison, mental hospital etc and now cannot easily live outside one3 forming part of a society or system institutionalised democracy
Examples from the Corpus
institutionalized racism/sexism etcAll women who come to separatism do so as a reaction to the brutality and institutionalized sexism of men.
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