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Bureaucracy and Social Alienation: The Case of King Abdul Aziz University

Auther : A.Dhaher

Despite the abundance of literature dealing with bureaucracy as a system of civil service, as a system utilizing power for decision-making, or as a system for the development of society, nothing, if anything, has been written about the relationship between bureaucracy and social alienation, particularly in the developing countries. The essential purpose of this study is to attempt to answer the following questions, which are considered relevant to the study of bureaucracy: Is social alienation a consequence of the misuse of bureaucratic power? Does the citizen feel subjected, misused, burdened, and neglected by the mismanagement of bureaucracy? Does his alienation imply a with drawl, active or passive, from social considerations? In other words, does he become aloof and uncaring for his society, a stranger in his own sate? It is hoped that an answer to these questions would fill a vacuum in social science research. In so doing, we will, first define the terms bureaucracy and social alienation. This will constitute the theoretical part of this work. The second part of this study will show how these concepts will be applied to a study of public administration at King Abdul Aziz University (KAAU).

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