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Disc. sociological principles incl. efficiency, predictability, control, calculability, etc.
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"The book provides a theoretical and analytical framework that both reflects reality and helps college students understand the reality of the world in which they grew up, live in, and are likely to continue to experience not only in the United States but throughout the world. "
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. . the book still has a long shelf life ahead.”
“I am impressed with the amount of examples the author has gathered from around the world for the book. Examples are current, interesting, and illustrative. They mesh well with the text and help enormously in explicating complex processes underlying Mc Donaldization.”
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