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.
The predictable Israeli assault on this new consciousness will be ferocious, especially from the Jewish religious nationalist camp, but no less from the Israeli legal apparatus, which has already legitimatized
the denial of equal citizenship rights for non-Jewish citizens.
The elements of a bureaucracy include: (a) authority and responsibility clearly identified and legitimatized
, (b) hierarchy of authority producing a chain of command, (c) leaders selected by technical competency, training, or education, (d) leaders appointed, not elected, (e) administrative officials work for fixed salaries and have no ownership of process or organization, (f) Administrators subject to strict rules for control (Wren, 1994).
The outcome of this assembled alterity is a notion that clash and conflict between the West and its "other" are inevitable and they better be understood, "discoursed," and controlled to the advantage of the legitimatized
, civilized/civilizing West.
Tawdry no more, jazz dance has legitimatized
itself on Broadway and opera house stages, into college curricula, is studied and awarded degrees in universities.