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One could be inclined to adopt the view that institutionalisation of horizontal integration is not necessary.
Jane Freeman Mouline's chapter concerns the institutionalisation of Tahitian dance and its evolution from a village-based participatory genre to a specialist art form.
Arguably, Colombia would be better served by the institutionalisation of his policies, rather than the continuation of his rule.
We are not, however, just dealing here with the institutionalisation of further transparency mechanisms.
However, this agreement does include one important new feature: the institutionalisation of political dialogue.
Within these emerging identities, mobility and institutionalisation, is a public sphere in transition.
This is important both to protect the woman's right to family life, and to prevent institutionalisation of children.
This institutionalisation of debates is also necessary for ensuring the durability of initiatives carried out.
I am also interested in the institutionalisation dynamics that it can give place to.
In 1987, the government passed a law that was supposed to encourage less institutionalisation and more community-based care, following earlier reforms in the West.
The existing National Social Welfare Policy discourages the institutionalisation of children that are deprived of parental care, except as a last resort.
Concrete exercise of the distrust of institutionalisation.
As in the conduct of wars themselves, the institutionalisation of military spending quickly becomes entangled in a series of incentives that are entirely tangential to the ostensive motive.
These activities are aimed at maintaining and improving the quality of veteran's life thus avoiding or postponing institutionalisation, while respecting their choices and personal values.
The Crusades also had a role in the creation and institutionalisation of the military and Dominican orders as well as the Medieval Inquisition.
Partly thanks to its growing institutionalisation, it has become less cautious about valuations and has financed too many competing companies with dubious business plans.
Hybridizing underlying normative values strengthens the vitality of such institutionalisation in instances where restrictive judicial pluralism tends to mummify or even folklorise them.
Europe continues to shape itself as the concepts of nation state are challenged by an unprecedented degree of intergovernmental and supranational institutionalisation.
Current practices in industrialised countries tend towards greater institutionalisation of the elderly, placing them in large homes where they perforce lose their sense of purpose and dignity.
The progressive institutionalisation of those networks leads to the diversification of their members and of their claims, which may create or intensify political dissensions among the different organizations.
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