Philip Burgess, in "From Partnership to Restoration," argues that the federal government is still caught up with the industrial age's emphasis on centralization and bureaucratization
while the states are moving rapidly forward with the information age's philosophy of decentralization and the empowerment of individuals and small systems.
For in spite of its role in the modernization of the "geographic expression" that was once Italy, its unification, bureaucratization
, industrialization, Piedmont remains apart, bypassed by the crowds hastening to the beaches and the art centers south of the Alps.
I think, to an extent, that every integrated organization is struggling with the same problem the VA is: How do you overcome the bureaucratization
of medical practice and produce a responsive system?
Social life encourages the bureaucratization
of the spirit by requiring its members, Goffman writes, to "give a perfectly homogenous performance at every appointed time.
the supremacy of the profit motive has placed a premium on efficiency which means that the provision of services, just as that of manufactured goods, is increasingly subjected to a process of bureaucratization
and centralization (p.
Similarly, Streeter's suggestion that copyright is increasingly being transformed from a system concerned with property rights into a system concerned with the bureaucratic simulation of those rights is fascinating and merits further investigation (Streeter, `Broadcast Copyright and the Bureaucratization
Land and Water is a chronicle of bureaucratization
and will be a valuable resource for sociologists and political scientists, because the evolution of Acts and authorities is a complex and intriguing study.
Although a few commentators have decried the increasing bureaucratization
of the federal judiciary,(6) this process continues unabated.
Califano rails at the bureaucratization
of modern medicine, which leaves little time for touching.
of the Forest Service penalizes initiative and innovation at the field level, where creative solutions are most needed.
Both the ANC and the NP are parties with 'a history of centralisation, bureaucratization
and a strong statist orientation' (p.
He attempts to demonstrate, moreover, that the liberal parliamentarianism characteristic of Western "democracies" is quite compatible with social inequality and repression, while the Stalinist bureaucratization
of Marxism has emptied the soviets of any effective role in "Marxist" states.