|"We can see
and feel the waste of material things.
Awkward, inefficient, or
ill-directed movements of men, however, leave nothing visible or tangible
Appreciation calls for an act of memory, an effort of
And for this reason, even though our daily loss from this
source is greater than from our waste of material things, the one has stirred
us deeply, while the other has moved us but little."
Taylor, Principles of Scientific Management
"On July 19, 1958,
in Venice, California, the beach crowd stared bewildered at the attractive
lifeguard who took to the little lifeguard hut in the sand.
in and started her job, keeping watch for
What puzzled the families, the bikinied
sunbathers and the surfers, was the lifeguard was clad in a blue Pan Am suit
with the little bag and coiffed hair.
Her pristine look would surely be
ruined by the breezy heat of the beach, and how well can she swim in that
That same summer day in California on Pan Am flight 927
with non-stop service to Tokyo, the passengers looked on with wonder at the
tanned lifeguard, whistle around his neck and red rescue buoy tethered to
A fellow passenger he was not.
Instead, he was assisting
the passengers with getting set for take-off.
The travelers were
questioning the mental wellness of this individual because he obviously was not
a stewardess (he was so nice and tan and handsome).
With the flight
attendant in the lifeguard hut and the lifeguard taking charge in the cabin of
the plane, the first indicator that something awkward was afoot was that the
uniforms of these individuals were completely wrong.
Save for the fact
that in the 1950s the men did the lifeguardin and the women did the
stewardin, what gave it all away from the start was that their costumes
were completely off and were fundamentally inappropriate.
scenarios are easily model the psychology behind the
Encountering a uniformed individual, people tend to
simultaneously regard and disregard the uniform.
Yes, its there,
dressing the individual because he is employed to complete a specified task,
hence the uniform, but the uniform is secondary, so get on with your task,
Uniform Man. Or is it secondary?
The uniform and the schema behind it
make life and social interactions easier, allowing attention to move on to
something of more importance.
The lady in the postal clothes will not
administer treatment to the sick.
The man in the white coat and
stethoscope necklace will not deliver the mail.
Acquiescence is a
requisite of the uniform." - Matthew Ortiz
"It will be found, as men grow more tolerant of
their instincts, that many uniformities now insisted upon are useless and even
harmful." - Bertrand
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