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go

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  • go
  • fit in
  • have a home
  • have a rightful place

go with

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belong to someone

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  • be the property of
  • be owned by
  • be held by
  • be in the possession of
  • be at the disposal of
  • be in the ownership of

belong to something

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  • be a member of
  • be associated with
  • be included in
  • be allied to
  • be affiliated to
  • be an adherent of

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to have a proper or suitable place

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be owned by

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be suitable or acceptable

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be in the right place or situation

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be rightly classified in a class or category

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be a member, adherent, inhabitant, etc. (of a group, organization, or place)

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be a part or adjunct

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A majority of the moderate-crimes group participants in this study reported feelings of belongingness to their delinquent peers, which supports the author's interpretation regarding Mofifitt's antisocial-limited personality trajectory and the findings previously explained regarding the influence of externalizing disorders on peer group choice (Aytaclar, et al.
For his measurement tools, he used the Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation and the Interpersonal Needs Questionnaire, which features separate scales to look at perceived burdensomeness and thwarted belongingness.
As the spouses settle into new communities, they should target enhancement of aspects that enrich sense of community, such as establishing belongingness, being integrated, acquiring some influence, fulfillment of needs, and developing emotional connection.
In fact, swift transportation vehicles and communication tools like telephone have reduced the people's belongingness to geographical features and situations.
CONCLUSION Every interaction that minority students have with clinical nursing instructors, registered nurses, and their student peers has the potential to impact belongingness.
Groups that met over a long time were especially found to be effective on easing isolation by providing belongingness, intimacy and support (Forsyth,
Belongingness and connectedness were crucial components for promotion of retention and academic success that were negated by forms of prejudice (Clark et al.
The results partially support the hypothesis that high feelings of belongingness are associated with high coping resources.
In this issue of InterAction you will read that AAMN continues as the only professional organization for nurses that has improved gender inclusion in nursing profession by offering an environment of belongingness and collective learning for our members to excel in the profession.
Breaking the binary thinking of "home" versus "not home" and making the notion of "home" unstable is a crucial step for approaching the belongingness and alienation of a Nisei who resides in the margin of his or her native homeland.
Very similar to the motivators of open source projects, in crowd-capitalism, motivators range from the ability to make a positive difference, to enhance reputation, to enjoy sense of belongingness.
The study subjects, mean age 71 years, screened positive for social disconnectedness based on responses to the 9-item Patient Health Questionnaire, or PHQ-9 (a measure of depression symptom severity), the Interpersonal Needs Questionnaire, (a measure of belongingness and perceived burdensomeness), the Geriatric Suicide Ideation Scale, or GSIS (a measure of meaning in life, suicide ideation, and death ideation), and the Paykel Scale (a measure of "worst point" lifetime suicide ideation and behaviors).
Social support in the workplace allows us to process information with others, gain advice and feedback that promotes effectiveness, and satisfy our human need for belongingness and acceptance.
The argument that it is "necessary" for people to belong and to have a feeling of belongingness to a group or ideology based on similarity of belief I accept, but one must be aware of the effects of this belongingness to a group and what it may do to one's individual, emotional, and humanistic development.
In particular, a sense of belongingness and positive social interactions with peers from the same ethnic group predict positive ethnic identity development (Phinney, Romero, Nava, & Huang, 2001).