By Stephen J. McNamee, Robert K. Miller Jr.
Publish yr note: First released may possibly third 2004
The Meritocracy delusion demanding situations the commonly held American trust in meritocracy—that humans get out of the method what they positioned into it in response to person benefit. The 3rd version has been revised and streamlined, with clean examples and up-to-date statistical info all through. Chapters 8 and 9 were mixed right into a complete bankruptcy approximately discrimination as a non-merit barrier to upward mobility. The ebook additionally incorporates a new part on "The nice Recession."
The Meritocracy delusion examines expertise, angle, paintings ethic, and personality as components of advantage and evaluates the impression of non-merit components equivalent to social prestige, race, background, and wealth on meritocracy. A compelling e-book on an often-overlooked subject, The Meritocracy fantasy has develop into a school room vintage to introduce scholars to this provocative topic.
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