6 edition of The Meritocratic intellect found in the catalog.
by Aberdeen University Press
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(noun) A system that fosters and rewards personal effort, ability, and talent through competition to determine social standing. Etymology of Meritocracy. Coined by Michael Young (–) in The Rise of the Meritocracy, – An Essay on Education and Equality (). Meritocracy Pronunciation. Pronunciation Usage h Year:  You might call them meritocratic cosmopolitans, though less oriented toward a world society or polis/demos than using, or bending, the world toward their purposes. A global elite with highly distorted cosmopolitan traits. Liu notes that Young was interviewed in about his book, wherein he assessed the fate of his neologism.
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Meritocratic definition: A meritocratic society or social system gives people status or rewards because of what | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. In his book Meritocratic Education and Social Worthlessness, Khen Lampert argues that a kinship exists between merit-based scholarships and education and social Darwinism, wherein only those given opportunities from birth are able to survive natural selection: By awarding only those who possess the means to afford a higher-quality education, either through intellectual or financial merit Author: Ashley Crossman.
Meritocratic definition, an elite group of people whose progress is based on ability and talent rather than on class privilege or wealth. See more. The fact is, meritocracy is a myth. Social systems that reward through wealth, and which increase inequality, don’t aid social mobility, and people pass on their privilege to their : Jo Littler.
Meritocratic Equality of Opportunity builds on Formal Equality of Opportunity’s opposition to formal and arbitrary discrimination. Meritocracy requires that positions and goods be distributed solely in accordance with individual merit. This idea is most familiar from the allocation of jobs, with respect to which most would agree that the applicant who would do best in the job should be.
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How to use meritocracy in a sentence. 爱词霸权威在线词典,为您提供meritocratic的中文意思,meritocratic的用法讲解,meritocratic的读音,meritocratic的同义词,meritocratic的反义词,meritocratic的例句等英语服务。. InMichael Young coined the term “meritocracy” in his book, The Rise of the Meritocracy. Young used the term satirically to depict a United Kingdom ruled by a system that favored.
meritocracy definition: 1. a social system, society, or organization in which people get success or power because of their. Learn more. Define meritocratic.
meritocratic synonyms, meritocratic pronunciation, meritocratic translation, English dictionary definition of meritocratic. meritocracies 1. Rule by merit, and talent. A type of society where wealth, income, and social status are assigned through competition.↑ Down with meritocracy, by Michael Young, in The Guardian, J ^ Meritocracy's Lab Rat, by Timothy Noah.
Define meritocracy. meritocracy synonyms, meritocracy pronunciation, meritocracy translation, English dictionary definition of meritocracy. meritocracies 1.
Like and Brave New World, The Rise of the Meritocracy, written inprovides one of the great dystopian visions of the twentieth makes the book peculiar, however, is that modern politicians have unashamedly taken the values of meritocracy including the word itself and have claimed them as the central and most desirable feature of a modern society/5.
The education system is viewed in many different ways by different sociologists. When talking about the education system sociologists are referring to forms of education where people experience secondary socialisation which is the relearning of the norms and values learned during primary socialisation in the family; it is also viewed as an agent of social control where children are taught to.
meritocracy 1. rule by persons chosen not because of birth or wealth, but for their superior talents or intellect 2.
the persons constituting such a group 3. a social system formed on such a basis meritocracy a form of society in which educational and social success is the outcome of ability (measured by IQ) and individual effort. The notion, given. Hillary Clinton, this year’s meritocratic standard-bearer, looks likely to win in November.
But polls say Mr Trump would win a clear majority of the white vote. Think about that. Notice that the meritocratic principles only uphold for athletes, it's widely known that club managers are some kind of mafia in most popular sports.
Just consider about the athletes that go to Olympic games, they are chosen through tests, there is no appointment.
Still, it is very meritocratic. Nuncanada23 March (UTC). The book maintains that political meritocracy’s focus on the intellect, social skills, and most importantly virtue of political leaders can reduce the likelihood of populist actors rising to power; that meritocracy’s promise of upward mobility for the masses can work against elitism; and.
Pertaining to a meritocracy Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A provocative new book by Chris Hayes blames the failure of elites for our woes. But solving the problem is harder than diagnosing it. In an engrossing passage from Twilight of .Synonyms for meritocratic in Free Thesaurus.
Antonyms for meritocratic. 8 words related to meritocracy: social organisation, social organization, social structure, social system, structure, ideology, political orientation. What are synonyms for meritocratic?