Mcdonaldization Of Society

Carnivalesque Resistance to Global Spectacle A Critical Postmodern The
Carnivalesque Resistance to Global Spectacle A Critical Postmodern The
Carnivalesque Resistance to Global Spectacle: A Critical Postmodern Theory of Public Administration April 12, 2001; Revised April 30, 2001 Pre-publication draft of article published in: Administrative Theory Praxis, Vol 23 (3): 431-458. Abstract I propose a critical postmodern application of Debordís Spectacle and the carnivalesque of Bakhtin to the theatrics I see happening in city streets, on college campuses, and Internet resisting the new globalized economy. In the past decade pubic administ
McDonaldization of Society
McDonaldization of Society
McDonaldization of Society McDonaldization of society, could the structure of such a familiar fast-food chain-store be turned around and analyzed as that of an intense bureaucratic structure showing other institutes how to expand and exist? Acording to Robert Keel's article The McDonalfization of Society, in the Decemer 1989 issue of Psycholgoy Today, it already has. Ever since McDonalds sprund to existance in the middle of the 20th century, it has grown immensly to approx 12,000 outlets worl
McDonaldization Health in A Fastfood Society
McDonaldization Health in A Fastfood Society
McDonaldization: Health in A Fastfood Society McDonaldization, is the term Ritzer derived from the McDonalds' fast food chain to describe the state of our society. Ritzer claims our social institutions have become completely dehumanized in the form of a bureaucracy. Health care is an example of one institution that is characterized by the four components of bureaucracy: efficiency, predictability, control and quantification. In the past, health care was more simplistic in nature. House calls wer