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Bureaucracy: Factors Contributing to the Development of Bureaucracy, Weakness of Bureaucracy

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Factors Contributing to the Development of Bureaucracy

  • Bureaucracy is not new arrangement but its survival was very much there in ancient world in the great empires of India, China, Rome, Greece, Egypt etc.
  • Some of the main bureaucracies are in the community sector such as
Factors Contributing to the Development of Bureaucracy

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Habitus: Perception of Habitus- in Bourdieu Words

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Habitus in Its Factual Sense

Habitus

  • Habitus in its factual sense is derived from Latin and means “habitual or distinctive situation, condition, or look, mainly of the body.”
  • It is an idea that was first obviously defined and used by Pierre Bourdieu in 1990; its theoretical underpinnings can be traced back to the work of Aristotle and the work of Weber, Mauss, Hegel, and Durkheim.
  • His conception of habitus, in addition to field and capital been extensively used in public study, mainly particularly in the educational situation.

Perception of Habitus

  • Habitus are the intellectual or cognitive arrangements throughout which people deal with the public world. People are conferred with a sequence of…

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