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The espoused values of 681 students and alumni from four graduate programs at the University of Kansas were surveyed with the Rokeach Terminal Values Scale and the newly developed Galloway-Edwards Professional Values Scale. Program affiliation-public administration, social welfare, law, and...
This paper examines two critical aspects of the relationship between part-time policy boards andfull-time professional staff: (1) the views of each group toward the proper role of staff and (2) the respective influence of commissioners and staff. The results from a study offour land-use...
To understand what planning and administrative analysts do, and what they can yet do, we need a theory of planning and public administration that combines vision with practice, a theory neither solely utopian nor opportunistic. Jurgen Habermas's "critical communications theory of society" allows...
Toxic waste disposal is likely to be among the most serious and far-reaching problems of public policy and management for the rest of this century. This article presentsfindings on the nature of the problem drawn from a study of thefirst major toxic waste disaster, Love Canal. Based on these...
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