The results of this study confirm that a nation, through its various institutional factors, is legitimatized
or not by firms in fragmented industries.
By the nineteenth and through the mid-twentieth century, the Australian government issued educational policies that legitimatized
an assimilationist curriculum and required numerous Aboriginal children to attend segregated state boarding schools where they would unlearn their native culture.
Tawdry no more, jazz dance has legitimatized
itself on Broadway and opera house stages, into college curricula, is studied and awarded degrees in universities.
After leading the slaughter of between 500,000 to 2 million suspected Communists in 1965 and 1966, Suharto seized de facto presidential power, which was legitimatized
by the MPR in 1967, and then unleashed his full business energies.
This is happening in practice as the preferences of English, French, German, end Japanese speakers for familiar forms are legitimatized
in cataloging name forms despite agreements of the Universal Bibliographic Control Programme.
Today, it is the talk of the industry and one of its hottest products, backed by several vendors and further legitimatized
by a recognized set of standard specifications.
"Carter is the company that legitimatized
the condom business," explains Rosie Albright, president of Carter Products.