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|Title:||Bureaucratic Functions of Post-Secondary Education: the Community College|
|Department:||Sociology and Anthropology|
|Abstract:||<p>With the widespread formation of the Community Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology, we have yet another social institution that is State controlled, and which is directly in the business of the socialization of bureaucratic personalities for the occupational structures of an industrialized continent.</p> <p>Attention is drawn to the unique structural features of one Community College in Ontario to reveal how this socialization comes about; which social classes become its members; and in terms of a construct for "bureaucratic orientation", how much bureaucratic ideology is transmitted for internalization.</p>|
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