A more general statement of the findings is now in order. Professionals depend on their environing society to provide them with clients who meet the standards of their image of the ideal client. Social class cultures, among other factors, may operate to produce many clients who, in one way or another, fail to meet these specifications and therefore aggravate one or another of tile basic problems of the worker- client relation (three were considered in this paper) .
IN attacking this problem we touch on one of the basic elements of the relation between institutions and society for the differences between ideal and reality place in high relief the implicit assumptions which institutions
, through their functionaries, make about the society around them. All institutions have embedded in them some set of assumptions about the nature of the society and the individuals with whom they deal, and we must get at these assumptions, and their embodiment in actual social interaction, in order fully to understand these organizations. We can, perhaps, best begin our work on this problem by studying those institutions which, like the school, make assumptions which have high visibility because of their variation from reality.
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研究結果的一個更加一般的聲明現在是在有條有理。專家取決於他們包圍的社會提供他們以符合他們的理想的客戶的圖像標準的客戶。社會階層文化, 在其它因素中, 也許經營生產, 無論怎樣, 不符合這些規格和因此加重一個或另工作者客戶聯繫的瓦片基本的問題的許多客戶(三被考慮了在本文裡) 。在攻擊這個問題我們接觸在聯繫的當中一個基本的元素在機關和社會之間為區別在理想和現實地方之間在高浮雕機關, 通過他們的官員, 做關於社會在他們附近的含蓄假定。所有機關埋置了在他們某一套假定關於他們應付社會和個體的本質, 並且我們必須充分地獲取這些假定, 和他們的具體化在實際社會互作用, 在有條有理瞭解這些組織。我們能, 或許, 最好開始我們的在這個問題的工作由學習, 像學校, 做假定有高可見性由於他們的變異從現實的那些機關。