Essay on The Mcdonaldization Of Society By George Ritzer

708 Words Jan 18th, 2016 3 Pages
This is sushi restaurant in Japan. It lays out in a “E” shape, allowing more dinners to be served with a conventional loop arrangement. The restaurant can serve 196 customers, with kitchen staffs no more than 50 and there are no chefs. Everything is automatic, provides everything high quality at the low price.
The kitchen receives a personal order from a dinner, it is delivered along a high speed lane straight to the table. When people are done with the dishes, they put them in the lane, which will also be delivered into the wash machine.
Hugh dish machine can wash about 20,000 each day, washed plates will be sent to food preparation zone
They collect and analyze the date from the computers

McDonaldization is a term used by George Ritzer in his book “The McDonaldization of Society (1993)”. According to Ritzer, “the principle of fast-food restaurant domainate more and more sectors of society (1993).” This term is intertwined with globalization asn most people have adapted this concept. Ritzer contents four main principles of McDonaldization: predictability, calculability efficiency and control.

The popularity of the restaurant is an example of McDonaldization. Because home- cooked meals have been replaced with meals of practically and convenience. The fast food industry has become increasingly uniform and automated.

For predictability, customers of McDonald can predict the food menu. McDonalds around the world have the similar menus. In addition, the building,…

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