The three general approaches identified above seek to address or overcome the more 'internal' dimensions of individual and collectivised
memory, little thought is given to the external monuments to trauma, inequality and injustice that a society's populace and the individuals within it experience everyday which must be addressed.
The fault lies with the absence of adequate funding and the system of collectivised
healthcare centred around a handful of widespread district general hospitals.
Although disappointed that "the position of women" in the Society of Friends "did not amount to anything like practical equality with men" (11), Gill does affirm the Quakers' "relational, collectivised
identity" and describe the collaborative modes of writing that gave voice to both male and female believers (182).
In fact, there exist few good studies of the relative efficiency of collectivised
farms, and the studies that exist find somewhat mixed results.
When Pol Pot seized power in 1975 private property was abolished, cities were emptied, money abolished and schools and hospitals closed in a deranged Maoist attempt to create a collectivised
, agrarian utopia called Democratic Kampuchea.
Unlike other central European countries, such as the Czech Republic and the former East Germany, farming in Poland was never fully collectivised
under the communist regime, and a number of family farms were able to survive as private enterprises throughout much of the last century.
agriculture and centralized socialism proved unpalatable to independent minded Tanzanians.
The left most column shows collectivised agriculture and soft-budget constraints.
Fourth, simulations show that an investment boom in a collectivised economy lowered the incomes of peasants, while the same boom in an NEP-style economy did not.
But it offers an alternative to the collectivised
welfare that has done little to help Indigenous Australians prosper .
Farming in Poland was never fully collectivised
under the communist regime,and a number of family farms survived as private enterprises.
The Coalition's dogmatic faith in the capacities of the market, even more than Paul Keating's, entail policies which cannot be implemented without simultaneously requiring that all the usual risks formerly collectivised
and shouldered by governments and corporations should be passed onto family households and individuals.