Definitions for "Labelling"
is a sociological construct used to explain why someone might commit a crime. It asserts that a direct or indirect negative characterization can predispose the individual to feel “tagged” and like an outcast.
The process by which a person becomes fixed with a negative identity, such as "criminal" or "ex-con," and is forced to suffer the consequences of outcast status.
Labelling or Labeling (US) is defining or describing a person in terms of his or her behavior. For example, describing someone who has broken a law as a criminal. The term is often used in sociology to describe human interaction, control and identification of deviant behavior.
Attaching labels to seed lots with information on variety identity, purity and seed quality.
can be used in a variety of promotional, informational and legal ways (282)
Packaging information that can be used for a variety of promotional, informational and legal purposes. p. 288
The process of replacing a stable atom in a compound with a radioactive isotope of the same element to enable it to be detected by autoradiography or other techniques. Increasingly, radioactive labelling is being replaced by fluorescent labelling. The method is used to trace the path of the labelled compound through a biological or chemical system.
Printing relevant data on a label or facing slip or inserting labels into the label holders of mail bags or containers prior to dispatch. (étiquetage).
Once a label has been given to a person, it may be there for life, and effect the way that individual is treated by others, eg. Munchausen Syndrome.
Affixing of labels containing logistics and/or product information
Labelling is a term used to describe the use of a label or certification mark that indicates that the timber product has been produced from a certified forest and the chain of custody verified. Labelling in this way relates only to the how the timber has been grown and manufactured, not the quality of the product or its fitness for purpose.