Weber’s theory of bureaucracy and modern society



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1Gamble, A., 1989, An Introduction to Modern Social and Political Thought, 254.

2Weber, M., 1968, Economy and Society, Vol. 3, 999.

3Gamble, A., 1989, Op cit., 164.

1Giddens, A, 1981, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber, 158.

2Giddens, A, 1981, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber, 158.

3Wacks, 1990, Jurisprudence, 146.

4Weber, M., 1968, Economy and Society, 225.

5Wacks, 1990, Op cit., 148.

1Parkin, F., 1982, Max Weber, 34.

2Wrong, D., Max Weber, 133.

3Giddens, A, 1981, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber, 158.

4Weber, M., ‘Bureaucracy and Law’ in Gerth, H., and Wright Mills, C., 1991, From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology, 196.

5Weber, M., 1991, Op cit., 197.

6Ibid.

7Id., 198.

1Ibid.

2Ibid.

3Gamble, A., 1989, An Introduction to Modern Social and Political Thought, 154.

4Weber, M., ‘Bureaucracy and Law’ in Gerth, H., and Wright Mills, C., 1991, From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology, 200.

5Giddens, A, 1981, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber, 158.

6Weber, M., 1968, Economy and Society, Vol. 3, 1133.

7Weber, M., 1991, Op cit., 199.

8Ibid.

1Weber, M., 1968, Op cit., 1134.

2Parkin, F., 1982, Max Weber, 88.

3Cotterrell, cited in Sugarman, D., (ed.), 1983, Legality, Ideology and the State, 88.

4Parkin, F., 1982, Max Weber, 89.

5Giddens, A, 1981, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber, 159.

6Weber, M., 1968, Economy and Society, Vol. 2, 656.

7Giddens, A, 1981, Op cit., 160.

8Parkin, F., 1982, Max Weber, 34.

1Weber, M.,1968, Op cit., 973.

2Blau, P., and Meyer, M., 1956, Bureaucracy in Modern Society, 24.

3Blau., P., 1970, ‘Critical Remarks on Weber’s Theory of Authority’ in Wrong, D., Max Weber, 164.

4Id., 160.

1Bendix, R., Max Weber, 439.

2Blau., P., 1970, Op Cit., D., Max Weber, 163.

3Blau., P., 1970, ‘Critical Remarks on Weber’s Theory of Authority’ in Wrong, D., Max Weber, 163.

4Parkin, F., 1982, Max Weber, 34.

5Weber, M.,1968, Economy and Society, Vol. 3, 975.

6Parkin, F., 1982, Op cit., 15.

7Id., 35.

8Id., 36.

1Weber, M., 1968, Economy and Society, 1417, cited in Parkin, F., Op cit., 88.

2Gamble, A., 1989, An Introduction to Modern Social and Political Thought, 163.

3Weber, M., 1968, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, 182.

4Pusey, M., 1984/5, Citing Weber, M, ‘The Theory of Social and Economic Organisation’ in Rationality, Organisations, and Language Towards a Critical Theory of Bureaucracy’ in Thesis Eleven, No. 11, 89.

1Ibid.

2Weber, M., 1968, Economy and Society, Vol. 3, 971.

3Ibid., 1003.

4Giddens, A, 1981, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber, 159.

5Ibid., 159.

6Weber, M., 1968, Op cit., 973.

7Giddens, A, 1981, Op cit., 180.

1Ibid., 180.

2Weber, M., ‘Bureaucracy and Law’ in Gerth, H., and Wright Mills, C., 1991, From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology, 113.

3Giddens, A, 1981, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber, 216.

4Weber, M., 1968, Economy and Society, Vol. 1, 224.

5Weber, M., 1968, Op cit., 989.

1Giddens, A, 1981, Op cit., 183.

2Ibid.

3Weber, M., 1968, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, 40.

4Weber, M., 1968, Op cit., 181.

5Giddens, A, 1981, Op cit., 236.

6Gamble, A., 1989, An Introduction to Modern Social and Political Thought, 165.

7Gamble, A., 1989, Op cit., 167.

1Weber, M., ‘Bureaucracy and Law’ in Gerth, H., and Wright Mills, C., 1991, From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology, 213.

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