Ensuring America's Health: The Public Creation of the Corporate Health Care System" by Christy Ford Chapin (University of Maryland) explains why the US health care system offers world-class medical services to some patients but is also exceedingly costly with fragmented care, poor distribution, and increasingly bureaucratized
Protest in a passive mode is bureaucratized
The latter's centrally planned and bureaucratized
economy thwarted initiative, causing it to lag both in the production of consumer goods and heavy industry.
She covers modernizing Singapore Malays; the state's gaze on Malays; the state and its management of religion; implementing modernity: omissions and ambivalences; the administration of the Muslim Law Act and Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura: bureaucratized
places and personal spaces; time: logically coherent versus socially coherent approaches; and Jawi, Romanized Malay, and English: dialectical co-existences.
As Bossier demonstrates, courtesans were an essential feature of court entertainment in the newly bureaucratized
Northern Song dynasty.
Focusing on a paper-pushing office unit within an artillery base allows helmer-scribe Lavie to show war bureaucratized
and white-collar work militarized.
Watching them try to hammer out a future amid the mayhem of highly bureaucratized
holding pens for human beings gives the film heart and lift.
In making this argument, Burnham assumed that the Legislative bodies of Congress--the House of Representatives and the Senate--"by their very nature, cannot be bureaucratized
in the modern mode.
Chapter 5 explores Tanzanian revivalists who bureaucratized
revivalism by applying the new tools of bookkeeping to their souls, thereby charismatizing bureaucracy (contra Weber).
Recently, the report of this institute ranked Macedonia 71 in the world according to the economic freedoms and Walker cautions that the attempts of the European Union to be centralized and bureaucratized
and control the economy of the member-states can damage the achievements in the countries that are trying to free their economies.
CIDA was also pilloried for being excessively centralized and bureaucratized
At the same time, however, he also presents himself as a (passive) underdog, heteronomously shaped by the bureaucratized
systems of modernity, in which alienation, exploitation and marginalization undermine the freedoms of individualization and legalization and in which (bio)politics question the existence of humans as living beings.