American politics often privatizes gains, while socializing losses.
“I think millennials staying home and socializing on the Internet is a real factor in bars having a hard time,” he says.
Spitzer suggested that gun-control advocates should try what in political-science circles is known as “socializing conflict.”
Despite loving parents, he was the classic loner who preferred toys to socializing.
Yet a younger, starrier crowd, while not exactly moving to the Upper East Side, is socializing in the area in greater numbers.
Meanwhile, amongst the Americans, the socializing process had begun.
To be sure the church can greatly help in this socializing process.
There is one industry in the world which may be called, more than any other, a socializing factor in our modern life.
What change would be necessary to the socializing of this concern?
What remains to be done is the socializing of the political mechanisms.
1828, "to render social," from social (adj.). Meaning "to be sociable, to mingle" is recorded from 1895. Meaning "to make socialistic" is from 1846. Related: Socialized; socializing. The phrasing in socialized medicine is by 1912.