17 thoughts on “57. Weberian Theory of Bureaucracy: a discussion

  1. II. Weberian theory is a result of the demand for `equality ‘ before the law, and the principled rejection of doing business, from case to case.” How does he ensure this? Comment.

  2. V. Write a brief synopsis for the following question:
    Weberian bureaucracy was the response to the needs of Capitalist society and it is no longer relevant.

  3. XII. “Bureaucracy naturally welcomes a poorly informed and hence a powerless parliament, at least in so far as its ignorance somehow agrees with the bureaucracy’s interests.” Weber. Discuss.

  4. XIII. “Weber’s political writings were concentrated explicitly on its negative side, on what it could not achieve.” David Beecham. Explain this view. Include in your answer Weber’s response.

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