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Yet, because of our interest in individualisation of agriculture, where variation is likely to be greater between regions than within regions, the use of regional data might give important insights in absence of nationwide farm-level data.
In Russia, the variability in the degree of individualisation is determined by regional politics, not by history.
LABOUR INTENSITY AND INDIVIDUALISATION OF AGRICULTURE
Deery and Mitchell declare the aim of their book to be a study of 'the individualisation of employment agreements, and the corresponding decline of trade unions as agents of workplace regulation'.
While there is seen to be a marked development of procedural individualism in all four countries, the focus of each chapter varies as each of the countries are at different stages in terms of their governments' imposition of new labour laws underpinning the individualisation drive.
The two concluding chapters analyse the individualisation of the employment relationship in NZ, with Anderson (Chapter Eleven) providing an interesting outline of the changes to the labour laws to facilitate the process and Oxenbridge (Chapter Twelve) documenting the outcomes.
She said: "Tax individualisation gives no recognition to the role or value of a parent who chooses to put their career on hold to care for children or dependent relatives.
The automaker is also offering a Sport Design Package and new 20-inch Panamera Sport wheels in the individualisation programme for the Gran Turismo range.
Leasing, maintenance and responsibility of the equipment for the individualisation of heating costs on the property portfolio collectively heated by House CIL - SA HLM - and supply and installation of thermostatic valves head.
The individualisation of war , while based on powerful normative and technological developments, places enormous strain on the actors most actively engaged in contexts of conflict: the governments and armed forces of states, international security organisations, and humanitarian agencies.
Individualisation has generated new kinds of humanitarian wars and peacekeeping missions, as well as precision weapons which enable both the targeted killing of those individuals deemed most liable for acts of war or terror, and the protection of innocent civilians caught up in armed conflict or acts of state suppression.
The research of our distinguished inter-disciplinary team will produce two main outcomes: the first integrated conceptual framework for explaining and resolving the dilemmas raised by the individualisation of war; and concrete recommendations for policy actors - both on how to respond to particular ethical, legal, or political challenges and on how to shape the longer term trajectory of individualisation.

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