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Aux vues de ces perspectives, deux voies de developpement s'ouvrent a l'avenir de la medecine chinoise : la systematisation et la globalisation, ou bien la diversite des reseaux locaux.
Bianzheng Lunzhi (differentiation des syndromes et determination du traitement) est considere comme le pivot de la medecine chinoise depuis les annees 1950 : instrument politique initial pour une nouvelle medecine nationale inspiree du materialisme dialectique, les medecins chinois l'ont rapidement adopte pour la survie de leur tradition, mais ils le percoivent aujourd'hui comme une menace a cause de ses diverses instrumentalisations, simplifications et systematisations.
In this article I discuss the systematisation of Maori tradition in New Zealand during the 1970s and 1980s.
THE SYSTEMATISATION OF MAORI TRADITION DURING THE 1970s AND 1980s: AN OVERVIEW
The recognition of this fact, together with pressures for increased Maori political and economic autonomy, meant that the systematisation of Maori tradition by the state became increasingly directed towards Maori self-administration and the securing of state legitimacy.
A review of official reports and policy statements issued during the 1970s and 1980s suggests that the systematisation of Maori tradition was explicitly tied to four main objectives.
The systematisation of tradition for social integration purposes was pursued, during the 1970s and 1980s, by the Department of Education, and, most enthusiastically, by the Race Relations Office.
By 1986, it was becoming clear to state officials and Maori leaders that the systematisation of Maori tradition for Maori self-esteem and social integration had failed to significantly reduce socio-economic inequalities between Maori and Pakeha.
The state's response to these developments was to direct the systematisation of Maori tradition increasingly towards Maori self-administration and the enhancement of its own bicultural corporate image.
THE SYSTEMATISATION OF TRADITION: ETHNICISATION AND RATIONALISATION
In this section I consider these component processes in more detail, focussing on systematisation in relation to means rather than ends.
In Chicago, the first 'tall buildings' represented, more than anything, the large scale systematisation of office work, and so in some of the essays, the investigation of the life of the buildings is largely focused on this new phenomenon.