• (noun): A connection of inclusion or containment.
    Example: "He escaped involvement in the accident"; "there was additional involvement of the liver and spleen"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on involvement:

Adrenomyeloneuropathy - Clinical Presentation - Female Adrenoleukodystrophy Phenotypes
... Description Onset Approximate Relative Frequency Asymptomatic No neurologic or adrenal involvement Most women under 30 do not have any neurologic involvement Diminishes with age Mild myelopathy Increased deep tendon ...
Maurice Villaret
... Nerve IX involvement ==> loss of posterior taste of tongue Nerve X involvement ==> Loss of sensation of soft palate, pharynx and larynx Nerve XII ...
Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force - Background
... Canadian involvement in the Siberian campaign was to a significant degree driven by the policy of Canadian Prime Minister Robert Borden towards the United Kingdom ... Borden's arguments for Canada's involvement ""had little to do with Siberia per se, and much to do with adding to the British government's sense of obligation to their imperial junior partner ... After the Armistice, however, domestic opinion turned against foreign involvement, particularly with conscript troops ...
Customer Involvement Management
... Customer Involvement Management, CIM, is an approach that takes the customer orientation one step further than Customer Relationship Management ... The degree of involvement can be as far as to make the customer a part of the product, experience and delivery ...

More definitions of "involvement":

  • (noun): A sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something.
    Synonyms: interest
  • (noun): The condition of sharing in common with others (as fellows or partners etc.).
    Synonyms: participation

Famous quotes containing the word involvement:

    The glorious dream of full father involvement in infant care will not become a widespread reality overnight. But it can happen, and it eventually will happen,... A lot of progress may take place in a short period of time if we just lighten up, step back, and give the guys a decent chance.
    Michael K. Meyerhoff (20th century)

    Juggling produces both practical and psychological benefits.... A woman’s involvement in one role can enhance her functioning in another. Being a wife can make it easier to work outside the home. Being a mother can facilitate the activities and foster the skills of the efficient wife or of the effective worker. And employment outside the home can contribute in substantial, practical ways to how one works within the home, as a spouse and as a parent.
    Faye J. Crosby (20th century)

    The mother whose self-image is dependent on her children places on those children the responsibility for her own identity, and her involvement in the details of their lives can put great pressure on the children. A child suffers when everything he or she does is extremely important to a parent; this kind of over-involvement can turn even a small problem into a crisis.
    Grace Baruch (20th century)