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Connecting public service with civic duty and advancing both as disciplines of facilitative governance are opportunities and challenges today. Making these linkages is a theme of this analysis, and theories and practices of facilitative nation states are the principal focus. Executive...
This article presents history (stories) about a political landmark—Social Security—long topical in the discourse on societal versus individual responsibility to provide for retirement and disability. These stories are necessarily abbreviated and simplified because of their subjects:...
This article examines the dynamics of power in refugee determination systems in three countries. It challenges both the view that determination systems encompass rational decision-making processes and the critical view that sees determination procedures as an instrument of the state. It argues...
The American Society for Public Administration's (ASPA) Code of Ethics commits it to representativeness, fairness , equality , and affirmative action . Notwithstanding these goals, mainstream public administration teachings, texts, and journals mostly ignore the role of social class in...
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