REPRESENTATIVE BUREAUCRACY CLASSIC READINGS AND CONTINUING CONTROVERSIES CLASSIC READINGS AND CONTINUING CONTROVERSIES

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Representative Bureaucracy Classic Readings And Continuing Controversies

Author : Julie Dolan
ISBN : 9781134898824
Genre : Business & Economics
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The readings in this collection provide a comprehensive guide to the established knowledge and emerging issues regarding democratizing public bureaucracies by making them socially representative. The book includes both classic and cutting-edge works, and presents a contemporary model for analyzing representative bureaucracy that focuses on the linkages between social origins, life experiences, attitudes, and administrators' decision making. The selections address many of the leading concerns of contemporary politics, including diversity and equal opportunity policy, democratic control of administration, administrative performance, the pros and cons of the new public management, and reinventing government. Many of the field's most cited works are included. Each chapter starts with an introductory summary of the key questions under consideration and concludes with discussion questions. With it's extensive selection of classic and contemporary readings, the book will have wide application for courses on bureaucracy, public administration, and public sector human resource management.
Category: Business & Economics

Positive Distanz

Author : Stephan A. Jansen
ISBN : 9783531192086
Genre : Social Science
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​Das gleichzeitige Streben nach Nähe und Abstand sorgt für eines der stärksten Spannungsverhältnisse unserer Zeit. Die Fliehkräfte der Moderne vergrößern unsere Distanzen – vor allem durch die Trends der Rationalisierung, Spezialisierung, Urbanisierung, Industrialisierung und Zentralisierung – zu allem Natürlichen, Persönlichen, Kleinräumigen und unmittelbar Erfahrbarem. Und doch – oder gerade deshalb – leben wir in Zeiten der Globalisierung und Digitalisierung zugleich in einer Kultur, die emotionale Aufgeladenheit und Persönlichkeitsfixierung preist, mehr Nähe zu lokalen Problemlagen und den Betroffenen fordert und – medial vermittelt – ständige und „distanzlose“ Verfügbarkeit und Erreichbarkeit zu ermöglichen scheint. Der aktuelle Themenband der Zeppelin Universität präsentiert multidisziplinäre Annäherungen an Phänomene und Theorien des Unnahbaren. Die Beiträge zeigen theoretische und anwendungsorientierte Perspektiven auf, aus denen politische, wirtschaftliche und gesellschaftliche Phänomene der Distanz kritisch betrachtet und differenziert verortet werden. Der Themenbogen spannt sich dabei von Anwendungen des Distanzbegriffs in den Theorien privater und öffentlicher Organisationen über „Nähe-Distanz-Probleme“ im Verhältnis zwischen Staat, Eliten, Medien und Wählerschaft bis hin zu den Fragen des „Abstandwahrens“ in der Integrationspolitik, bei der Gestaltung von Kundenbeziehungen und in der Innovation akademischer Lehrformate.​
Category: Social Science

Representative Bureaucracy

Author : Samuel Krislov
ISBN : 1610271513
Genre : Political Science
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"Professor Samuel Krislov's "Representative Bureaucracy" remains among the most important and enduring books in the field of public administration and its intersection with political science. It takes the kernel of the idea, inchoately introduced in J. Donald Kingsley's 1944 book by the same title, that public bureaucracies can be representative political institutions and it develops an overall analytic framework with empirically testable propositions that has served subsequent generations scholars very well. So well, in fact, that as the literature on representative bureaucracy blossomed, these propositions have become so ingrained that many younger scholars are unaware of their initial formulation and roots. That is one reason why the republication of this volume now is not only appropriate, but a critical step toward more tightly organizing the vast literature that it arguably spawned into a comprehensive empirically-based theory integrating all facets of the study of representative bureaucracy.... Krislov entered into this contentiousness over affirmative action and agency socialization] with unusual balance, sophistication, and nuance-and substantial success in advancing our thinking about how public bureaucracies can and cannot be representative." - David H. Rosenbloom Distinguished Professor of Public Administration, American University, Washington D.C. ("from the new Foreword") "Whatever Sam Krislov has written has been well ahead of the curve. This important book was pathbreaking when it was first published and remains an important statement on a timely issue. With this republication, it will now be available to a new generation of scholars." - Malcolm M. Feeley Claire Sanders Clements Dean's Professor, Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program, Law School, University of California at Berkeley Part of the new "Classics of the Social Sciences" Series from Quid Pro Books, this modern republication of a foundational book in public administration and political science is presented with updated formatting, larger font, and embedded page numbers from the original edition-for continuity of referencing and ready classroom assignment.
Category: Political Science

Governance And Institutional Re Engineering

Author : Ann Marie Bissessar
ISBN : NWU:35556038357653
Genre : Political Science
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Comprises a series of articles on governance and the institutions of governance. This book presents a discussion of contemporary challenges and discussions in the field of government and public administration.
Category: Political Science

Democracy And The Public Service

Author : Frederick C. Mosher
ISBN : 0195030184
Genre : Political Science
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This revised edition, like the original, concerns the problems of harmonizing effective governmental administration with the requirements of a democracy. It features a new chapter on the impact of management and theories of management upon public personnel administration, including discussion of the Model Public Personnel Law of 1940, the Watergate scandals and President Carter's personnel reforms of 1978.
Category: Political Science

The Emergence Of Latino Americanos On The United States Political Stage

Author : Anthony A. Sisneros
ISBN : STANFORD:36105122862845
Genre : History
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This study is the first empirical study of the development of Latino empowerment on the United States political stage, utilizing data collected from voter behavior research, narrative inquiry, participant-observation, interviews, content analysis, case study analysis, case law analysis, and examinations of national and state labor force statistical data. This work should appeal to scholars interested in state and local government, legislative studies, law and courts, public administration, and nonprofit and ethnic studies. events give due cause to be impressed with Latino Americanos: first, the fact that in 2003, Latinos became the United States' largest minority; second, three Latino U.S. Senators, first-time Latino Attorney General and Secretary of Commerce, and female Mexican-born defeats incumbent native-born Hispanic and MPA graduate for a House seat in the Illinois State General Assembly are all historic events for the Latino community in America. This book is timely, considering significant population shifts in the United States which are redefining the minority, plurality, and majority status of Latinos, by utilizing data collected from voter behavior research, narrative inquiry, participant-observation, interviews, content analysis, case study analysis, case law analysis, and examinations of national and state labor force statistical data.
Category: History