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LEC F-Follett 2

LEC F-Follett 2 - A New Approach:The Law of the Situation...

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MARY PARKER FOLLETT The Politics of Equality
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Mary Parker Follett  1868-1933
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Vita Boston Brahmin educated at Radcliff (then the “Annex”) studied at Newnham, Oxford active in settlement house work member, Mass. Minimum Wage Board early member, Bureau of Personnel Administration consultant, Schowbilt Clothes
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Vita - continued Publications Speaker of the House of Representatives , 1909 “Community is a Process,” 1919 The New State , 1920 Creative Experience , 1924 Dynamic Administration , 1942
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Her “Agenda” The New State, 3-4 offer new ways of looking at things to celebrate praxis
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Follett & Equality Old Tensions Marx v Rand Goldman v Rand A Way Out new way of looking at equality - 37, c 2, par . 2 new way of looking at freedom - 35, c1, pars. 2,3,4 A new approach - 23, c 2. par . 1
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Follett & Hierarchy Hierarchy & Equality traditional distinctions moral, Plato economic, Marx & Rand military, Hitler Rejection of Hierarchy Anarchists Levelers & Diggers Anabaptists
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Follett & Hierarchy - continued
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Unformatted text preview: A New Approach:The Law of the Situation argument: Giving of Orders, 5, c 1, last par. ff. Conclusion: 7, c1, par . 1 ff. . Toward Community • Community as Process • vide 34, c 1, pars .2 & 3 • group action 36, c 2, pa r. 2 ff . • participation & interpenetration 13, c1, all • integration 13, c 2, par. 3 • The Leaders & the Led • a new role: the facilitator • vide 33, c 1, par. 3 Douglas McGregor Theory Y Mary Parker Follett, Tocqueville's Intellectual Daughter The New Democratic Science of Association • Follett, Theory Y, & Democracy • vide 21, c1, Summary • toward equality • A Land of Intermediate Organizations • the group as empowering mechanism • Praxis- getting community by doing community • assumes America a work-in-progress • aims for free & unified society • the work imperative • praxis builds society • Follett calls for democratic praxis • reforming & rebuilding...
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