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Social and Intellectual Elitism


social and Intellectual Elitism

the University of Toronto Press of the 1935. United Kingdom: The National Archives. The League felt they should provide expert advice to government, but socialist ideology led the League to believe that Canadian government was debauched. The acts often range from a loud sarcasm to subtle ridicule and victimizes individuals on various levels leaving a sense of shame and dilemma about why they are being targeted. The terms elitism and meritocracy are not equivalent in meaning. 10 Three important commonalities stood out among the LSR's founding members. The most natural consequence of this act that I have observed is the use of apologetic tone obvious in even small gestures such as thank you and goodbye. While the severity and objective actuality of the consequences of elitism are beyond the scope of this article, as I am no specialist and my rantings are grounded in mere frustration of the number of times I have let myself be a victim to one. However, these measures to reduce difference could be seen as anti- meritocratic in that they avoid rewarding or promoting those who are the most competitive or provide the most effort in their endeavors.

Social and Intellectual Elitism
social and Intellectual Elitism

social and Intellectual Elitism

Elitism is the belief or attitude that individuals who form an elite a select group of people with a certain ancestry, intrinsic quality, high intellect, wealth, special skills, or experience are more likely to be constructive to society as a whole, and therefore deserve influence. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. 37 Horn (1980. Contents Characteristics edit Attributes that identify an elite vary; personal achievement may not be essential. Politicians would call upon the League's extra-political organization to perform research, and recommend policy. Industrialization, urbanization, war, and the. To achieve this transformation, the League planned to perform research, and apply the results toward public education and public policy. 8 Owram (1986.


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