According to Balton 2007, Max Weber is among the few sociologists whose work revolves around the social and political trends that are associated with the 20th century. Essentially, Weber has laid more focus on the future of socialism and more so on the issue of intruded bureaucracy in day to day life. Similarly, his work revolve around the wide inter play between economic, social and political aspects of life. As a matter of fact, institutional racism is a concept that can be easily evaded in bureaucratic societies although a section of scholars still insist that institutional racism plays a crucial role in societies that practice bureaucracy.
Consequently, it is important to look at the facts that make institutional racism at ease to evade especially in bureaucratic societies. Apparently, institutional racism is a phenomenon that has had continuous debates over the centuries. In fact, scholars in sociology have looked into various factors that would support the concept of institutional racism and those that do not support the concept at all. In light of this, proponents of the debate argue that institutional racism should be one of the most crucial features in the bureaucratic societies since they have the right to choose what they need incorporated in the system (Dillon, 2010). Conversely, opponents of the debate argue that in spite of continuously having bureaucratic societies the issue of institutional racism should not be practiced.
According to Coates, 2011, bureaucratic societies have increased in the society at present and as such, there has been immeasurable pressure to continue incorporating the feature of institutional racism in most of their institutions. It is worth noting that institutional racism was experienced in European countries after realization that there existed groups of people who had different color from theirs and