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In The McDonald’s Systemwritten by George Ritzer, it describes the four basic and alluring dimensions lie at the heart of the success of the McDonald’s model, and more generally, of the process of McDonaldization. Although McDonaldization has yielded a number of benefits to society, but it also entails a considerable number of costs and risks. The irrationality of rationality is that rational systems serve to deny human reasons; rational systems can be unreasonable. If the world were less rationalized, or even derationalized, people would better able to live up to their human potential. Ritzer explains that McDonaldization is when a culture adopts the characteristics of a fast-food restaurant and is a reconceptualization of rationalization, or moving from traditionalto rational modes of thought, and scientific management. What does it means that universities are moderately McDonaldized? In Employing Parents Who Can’t Make A Livingwritten by Lisa Dodson, it discusses

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