In the United States today, some 1.5 million old people have been institutionalized for medical problems.
Maria is 31, divorced from a director, mother of Kate, 4, who has been institutionalized.
Are you institutionalized when it comes to loving these prison guys?
This is what perpetuates a systemic, institutionalized rape culture.
Like the Virus, its spread is abetted by silence, institutionalized racism, indifference, and ignorance.
In this last sentence we have summed up the fundamental fact about institutionalized religion.
The great argument for the day school is that it is not well that children be "institutionalized."
institutionalized habits, mosaics of reactions to forgotten situations, fall like shadows on the life of to-day.
Therefore society can no longer depend upon taboo standards crystallized into institutionalized forms as a means of control.
The original drama which re-enacts an emotionally important experience is institutionalized into a cult.
institutionalize in·sti·tu·tion·a·lize (ĭn'stĭ-tōō'shə-nə-līz', -tyōō'-)
v. in·sti·tu·tion·al·ized, in·sti·tu·tion·al·iz·ing, in·sti·tu·tion·al·iz·es
To place a person in the care of an institution, especially one providing care for the disabled or mentally ill.