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Emotional bureaucracy

Rupert Hodder

Emotional bureaucracy

by Rupert Hodder

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Published by Transaction Publishers in New Brunswick (U.S.A), London (U.K.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Bureaucracy,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Organizational sociology,
  • Political aspects,
  • Emotions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-264) and index.

    StatementRupert Hodder
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJF60 .H63 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 268 p. :
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25030561M
    ISBN 109781412814935
    LC Control Number2010051599

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    Produktinformationen zu „Emotional Bureaucracy (eBook / PDF) “ This study casts doubt on the classic model of bureaucracy and its relevance to developing areas. In particular, Hodder challenges the Weberian distinction between the role of emotion and a modern bureaucracy’s impersonal and rational qualities. An Alternative to Bureaucratic Impersonality and Emotional Labor: Bonded Emotionality at The Body Shop By Joanne Martin, Kathleen Knopoff, Christine Beckman.

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In particular, Hodder challenges the Weberian distinction between the role of emotion and a modern bureaucracy's impersonal and rational qualities. He suggests that bureaucracies function differently, and offers a different perspective.

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It is the denial of emotions and relationships, and the imposition of impersonal rules-based systems, that produce weakness and corruption.

-It is not often that one comes across a genuinely original book. Told with pace and clarity, Emotional Bureaucracy turns the world on its head. It is the denial of emotions and relationships, and the imposition of impersonal rules-based systems, that produce weakness and corruption.

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There too is the problem of getting the curriculum changed, which is often tangled in bureaucracy. Synopsis This study casts doubt on the classic model of bureaucracy and its relevance to developing areas.

In particular, Hodder challenges the Weberian distinction between the role of emotion and a modern bureaucracy's impersonal and rational qualities. He suggests that bureaucracies function differently, and offers a different : Rupert Hodder.

Bureaucracy came into being after the birth of scripts in ancient civilisation. When a large amount of administrative data was created, a system was needed to retrieve the stored knowledge, which gave rise to archiving, cataloguing and classifying.

says historian Yuval Noah Harari in his book Sapiens. In our brains, data are organised. Bureaucracy is a widely disseminated concept in Sociology and in Organisational Theory studies, and it currently has an image where negative aspects are often highlighted.

and emotional. Historically, bureaucracy has been mostly characterized by qualities that stand in stark contrast to the notions of emotional intelligence. For instance, Max Weber (–) lauded impersonality and dehumanization as the ‘special virtues’ of bureaucracy because they would remove the danger of ‘irrational’ behavior by “individual.

This vehement indictment of bureaucracy is, by and large, an adequate although emotional description of pres­ ent-daytrends in American government. But it misses the point as it makes bureaucracy and the bureaucrats responsi­ ble for an evolution the causes of.

In his book, The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy, David Graeber writes of how the bureaucracy encourages cultivating helpless stupidity in both state.

Emotional Bureaucracies: Emotions Civil Servants, and Immigrants in the Swedish Welfare State. Mark Graham. Department of Social Anthropology, Centre for Women's Studies at Stockholm University. Search for more papers by this author. Mark Graham. A deeper probe reveals that work demands and cultural orientation are significant moderators.

Tax officials experience more exhaustion and police officers experience more pride. Compared to role-oriented culture, which is the embodiment of bureaucracy, support- power- and achievement-oriented cultures affect emotional labor constructs.Bureaucracy is a political book written by Austrian School economist and libertarian thinker Ludwig von Mises.

The author's motivation in writing the book is his concern with the spread of socialist ideals and the increasing bureaucratization of economic life.

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