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The Panopticon is all around us invisible shaping molding and structuring us for a cause that we dont necessarily fit into Through a silent intimidation and fear it is able to instill in us a conduct code a way to act It works for a capitalistic cause pushing and de-humanizing people to better itself It is important to realize that the panoptic structure usually has a leader whom if successful can create mechanic minions to carry out the purpose of the structure as a whole The mechanism through which rules are conveyed is knowledge of repercussion and threat of punishment However awful it does sound it often does maintain structure but it can destroy the individuality of those who let it possess them However omnipresent the theory of Panopitism is it prevails most commonly in the workforce shaping and molding workers for the cause of the person or people who own it The theory burrows deeper than a set of workplace decency laws it settles into the subconscious motivations and actions of the workers Using fictional names I have chosen to write about my own personal experience with the Panoptic theory I have seen it firsthand change personalities and infringe the freedom of worker privacy It creeps through us unknowingly like an odorless poison leaving a daunting effect behind During the summer of 2000 I needed to find a job for the coming school year one that was flexible and that paid high I decided on a server job at a local restaurant Its popularity ranks it one of the best restaurants in the South Shore On top of award winning service and food tables turn really fast and the money is outstanding I began there as a server and was quickly making good money The people working there were outgoing and funny pleasant to work with The management was new freshly trained and nice at the start Everyone seemed to be working in
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