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Max Weber, one of the three main "fathers of sociology," con

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Transcript of Max Weber, one of the three main "fathers of sociology," con

Max Weber illustrated how social institutions are dependent on each other. In his major work, he showed that when a change occurred in the religious institution during the sixteenth century, it contributed to a change in the economic institution. Previously, most people thought of religion and economics being autonomous and completely separated from each other
The protestant ethics and spirit of capitalism.

BUREAUCRACY BY MAX WEBER
Bureaucracy
 A system of carrying on the business of government by means of departments or bureaus, each under the control of a chief, in contradiction to a system in which the officers of government have an associated authority and responsibility.

Max Weber, one of the three main "fathers of sociology," contributed to our understanding of the sociological perspective, to the nature of social change, and to the nature of social inequality.

The German social scientist Max Weber was a founder of modern sociological thought.
Weber took an interest in contemporary social policy
Describe Max Weber‘s understanding of bureaucracy
Max Weber was a German sociologist, political economist and administrative scholar..
His critical study of the bureaucratization of society became one of the most enduring parts of his work. It was Weber who began the studies of bureaucracy and whose works led to the popularization of this term.  

Max Weber was a member of the classical perspective of management, and his writing contributed to the Scientific School of Thought of management. Weber's ideas on bureaucracy stemmed from society during the Industrial Revolution.
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