Institutionalized callousness of public services

Social institutions provide only shallow means of care for people; this propensity is disguised behind irrelevant descriptions and tests. Having no overall context for service, many of the institutions of social care have turned inward to the mission of self-preservation. In addition, employers do not demand a worker's full creative endeavour but allow him to get by with minimum effort, thus inferring that his creativity is irrelevant to social needs.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems