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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC100
Professor
Bryan Sluggett
Semester
Fall

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Social Organizations October 10th 2013 What happens when people follow orders in bad organizationsCulture of Organizations not all organizations are run or function based on formal rationality Example of rationality US vs Japanese car manufacturing US specialization cog in the wheel division of labour taylorism Japan Teamwork workers had knowledge to contribute less hierarchal improvement through team building Feminist OrganizationsRationalization and Role Playing Bureaucracy is any organization that is based on formal rationality Webers critic of formal rationality disenchantment if everything becomes about maximize efficiency we could lose our values lose the idea that there are other ways its dangerous to only focus on getting as much as you can out People are often forced to play roles that often conflict with their personal beliefs customer service always have to be happy and politeLegitimate Authority Nazi concentration camps My Lai Massacre W
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