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    to the goods or services. The objective of this tax is to finance a government expenditure on the welfare of the country like construction of roads, dams, road lights etc. What is Rationalization? Rationalization is a process in which restructure a process to increase the efficiency of the system. In tax rationalization means that restructuring of the tax policy through which the efficiency of the policy can be increased. This restructuring can add or remove some steps in the policy through

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    structures within a society. As the modernization of societies take place, people’s rationalizations change on the topic of religion. Modernity causes the decline of religious participation, religious influence and the result is a loss of faith in religion. Two major changes to religion that are caused by modernity are: secularization and disenchantment. Modernity causes secularization through the change of rationalizations of religion giving people the opportunity to choose a religious life through

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    ' 'McDonaldization of Society'...is the current exemplar for future developments in rationalization.' Ritzer (2005) introduced Weber's (1958) theory of rationalization in which Weber believed that the modern society is being rationalized. Ritzer (2005) then specified 5 essential components in the theory. Those are efficiency, predictability, calculability, substitution of non-human for human technology, and control over uncertainty. He noted that McDonaldization is not only influencing the operation

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    Many people endure experiences throughout life that are either auspicious or malevolent. In addition, people also have desires and urges that are deemed either socially popular or unacceptable within society. However, it is the malevolent experiences and unacceptable urges that sometimes have a greater influence on people distorting reality. This is so because people often want to forget or ignore their unpleasant experiences and predilections. Inconsequently, in order to protect oneself from the

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    In a few regions of psychology (especially in psychodynamic theory), psychiatrists discuss "defense mechanisms," or way where we behave or have confidence in a couple of manners to better shield or "protect" ourselves. Defense mechanisms are only one way of looking at how people distance themselves in the total familiarity with disagreeable feelings, thoughts and behaviors. A Mental Defense A Mental Defense A Mental Defense Defense mechanisms have been categorized by shrinks based upon how straightforward

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    is defined as the “process by which the principles of fast food restaurants are coming to dominate more and more sectors of the American society, as well as the rest of the world”. Ritzer denotes McDonaldization as the contemporary version of rationalization, a term put forth by Max Weber. He uses McDonalds as a prime example of how a large, formal organization concerns itself with being highly efficient and having social control, but ends up dehumanizing employees and the work in the process. Not

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    Rationalization means to make things more efficient. This can be achieved by “setting up rules that reduce unexpected events, increase control and predictability, and lead to efficient outcomes” (Henslin, 2007). Examples of rationalization are seen everywhere and in everything that we do. We are constantly trying to make tasks faster, easier, and more efficient and have engrained concept of rationalization into our society. From fast rood restaurants, to self-check out at the grocery store rationalization

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    A silence descended upon the eerie atmosphere, Eponine instantaneously turned her back away from Enjolras. The firelight shadows could hide her tears, if she were to see the disgust in his eyes; it would shatter her to pieces. Therefore, her surprise is understandable when she deeply felt soft fingers grace hers. With a trembling body, she sparked the courage to finally meet her eyes. Her heart tightened at the sight of sympathy in his luminous eyes; no trace of disgust, none whatsoever. Instinctively

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    Today, modern society is experience more and more of a disconnect from the real world as we connect more and more to the online world. People send text messages more than they call, and friends across the world can interact in a matter of seconds, if not instantly. As society continues to modernize, we experience the same sort of falling out with the natural order of things that authors near the turn of the century felt as their culture changed. T.S. Eliot, Joseph Conrad, and D.H. Lawrence are only

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    so close to each other, and that makes it hard to believe and accept the fact. As a matter of fact I still could not believe that happened, and it will always be a mystery for me. Overall, by using regression, reaction formation, projection, rationalization, displacement, and denial as a defense mechanism to alter the reality, gave the human kind a little time to think and reduced their stress. As all defense mechanism work involuntarily without our conscious, it is hard to control and avoid it.

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