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This article examines the role of generosity in public administration from a peculiar literary perspective, that of Wallace Shawn’s play, The Designated Mourner. In the recent past, deontologists in the discipline, such as Emette Redford, articulated rich theories of democratic responsiveness,...
The moral justification for bureaucracy in systems of democratic self-government is stronger in Eastern thought than in Western philosophy and practice. In East Asia, moral justification for bureaucracy is broadly understood to be based on the work of Confucius and his followers. Modern scholars...
The Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA) is the most comprehensive legislation to date to address violence against women in the United States. Three theoretical perspectives, derived from Foucault, Habermas, and MacKinnon, were used to examine the legislation. These perspectives were the...
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