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bureaucratizing

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  • v. Present participle of bureaucratize.

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Examples

  • He was convinced that the Cold War had already helped rigidify the capitalist system by bureaucratizing a large part of production for non-productive uses.

    Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould: America's Financial Armageddon and Afghanistan

  • They also have criticized him for creating numerous pointless committees, bureaucratizing the relief effort when speed and efficiency were needed.

    Japan's Kan Faces No-Confidence Vote

  • Though still remote from seats of power in Cape Town and London, the Cedarberg increasingly was connected to imperial administration and incorporated into a modern, bureaucratizing state. 33

    Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa

  • I've taken "loss of freedom" as an expression of outrage at the bureaucratizing of farming, or a way of talking about huge governmental overreach, or as use of conservative or libertarian language to describe loss of personal or democratic or constitutional rights.

    The literal enslavement of the American farmer

  • I realized through my own work, isn't just a way of bureaucratizing our consciences -- it makes a real difference to real human beings.

    THE GOOD FOR SOMETHING U.N.

  • Such features are not factored in when developing policies, bureaucratizing, and consultancies.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • In the past those American commentators who showed interest in the development of the European Union and deplored its centralizing, bureaucratizing and anti-free market policies, expressed great hopes about enlargement.

    How Americans see it

  • European rulers were remarkably successful at bureaucratizing organised violence and encapsulating it within civil society.

    The New Face of Government

  • This takes place, according to Weber, after the death of the prophet when he is succeeded by a "legislator" -- one who continues the leadership role of the prophet but does so by institutionalizing or bureaucratizing the charismatic drive of the former leader.

    Charisma and History: The Case of Münster, Westphalia, 1534-1535. Tal Howard

  • The computer as it has been employed, thus far at least, has shown itself to be the most effective instrument for bureaucratizing interpersonal relations ever invented.

    Why Nothing Works

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