To say, moreover, that cultural goals and institutionalized norms operate jointly to shape prevailing practices is not to say that they bear a constant relation to one another.  The cultural emphasis placed upon certain goals varies independently of the degree of emphasis upon institutionalized means.  There may develop a very heavy, at times a virtually exclusive, stress upon the values of particular goals, involving comparatively little concern with the institutionally prescribe means of striving toward these goals.  The limiting case of this type is reached when the range of alternative procedures is governed only by technical rather than by institutional norms.  Any and all procedures which promise attainment of the all-important goal would be permitted in this hypothetical polar case.  This constitutes one type of malintegrated culture (1968, p. 187).