Public administration
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This means that their working methodologies should be such that the public at large receives the maximum benefits. However, with the changing dynamics of public administration,… If the public administration regimes are amicably resolved, then there would be more value for one and all and less issues for all concerned. As public administrators, it is merely a…
Public Opinion
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Public opinion can be defined as the collective evaluations that people express about individuals, institutions, policies, and political issues (Lowi et al, 2013). It is also the collective distribution about personal evaluation or preferences on a given individual, policy, or… These associations also seek to influence public opinion as a way to achieve their…
Public Administration
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The changing trends among various sectors have propelled the public sector to change the manner in which they interact with various stakeholders. The concern of the… There is need to identify the positives and utilize on them to create a sustainable environment where public administration can operate and realize its full potential. These changes include…
Public defense
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The Virginia Indigent Defense Commission was established on July 1, 2004 by the Virginia General Assembly to provide attorneys for indigent individuals who have been accused of crimes that potentially hold a penalty of incarceration or the death penalty. The commission administers the certification and recertification of all court appointed attorneys who provide legal services to defendants.…
Public Service
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Governance is essential in public management and the federal government has played a key role in regulating the internal governance of US corporations (Savas, 2005). Traditionally, the federal government role was limited to controlling monopolies and price-fixation controls, but… The federal laws prohibits insider trading and provides for establishment of…
Public Policy
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However, the form of authority governing such rules depends on the objectives of the policy giver. In the context of public policies, the elders in the society have no hand in such rules. Therefore,… Understanding public policy involves a series of individual values towards the realization of a greater goal. Therefore, unlike Science, public policy is an Art.…
Public Adminstration
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Understanding the concept of public administration and what it means to Americans is critical to virtually everyone in today's society. The purpose of this paper is to briefly define 'public administration'; discuss whether its most appropriately seen as an art, science, or craft; and to discuss what is meant by partisan, policy, and system politics. …
Public Relations
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The goal and objective of every organization is to escalate business endeavors. Engaging employees in the organizational tasks for the optimization of business endeavors is the foremost important thing for the organizations. … The importance of public relations is necessary in all kinds of organizations as mainly synergy between organizational goals with…
Public Goods
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An Impure public good refers to a kind of good that is partially rivalrous and whose consumption reduces the utility level of another person but does not undermine the benefits that the other people will receive as a result of consuming the same good. Impure public goods refer… Public good in general takes the form that it can be consumed by every individual…
Public health
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Public health has contributed greatly to the improvement in health status and quality of life through; prevention of injuries, protecting against environmental hazards, preventing epidemics and the spread of diseases, promoting and encouraging healthy behaviors, accessing the… This included; the formation of the first board of health; Jenner and Snow use of…
Public Policy
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Public management generally refers to the implementation of policies that are made to guide the working of government, non-profit administration and to some extent companies that are privately owned. This mode of management has been helpful in public as well as private sector… It also helps in evaluating financial as well as non-financial data which helps to…
Public Admiration
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It involved intricate planning, strategizing, collaborating, networking, resource allocation but and utmost diligence in the exercise of authorities, functions and roles in accordance to policies and laws of the country.… Public admiration is a social and political science which is indispensable in governance and in the delivery of services for public welfare…
Public Administration
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This document discusses public administration theories that have evolved over time, embracing each other’s ideas, criticizing, and rejecting to form newer perspectives according to changes in the environment based on social, economic, and political aspects. Public… However, new public management (NPM) overrides the earlier new public administration (NPA) and…
Public Inquiries
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Public inquiries are any kinds of investigations formed to guide and advice interested parties about an event or a situation (Parmentier, 2001). This paper will look at the various types of public inquiries with reference to organisational learning, mentioning the principles that specific inquiries in the UK are employing.… These principles are (Longworth,…
Public Policy
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They can be in the form of laws or regulations put in place to enable the government interact with the public (Theodoulou & Kofinis, 2012). The… In today’s world, the government does not always act public policy suggested by the public, but those they feel benefit them. The public policy making system must consider both the public and private interests for…
Public Relation
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Public relations are the modes of communication of companies, organizations and individuals to the media and public, where a public relations specialist communicates directly to the audience he is targeting or indirectly through the media, with the aim of creating a strong long… public relations can be done through compiling of distributed messages and their…
Public Employees
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These employees are theoretically are hired in their positions based on their qualifications and remain in employment beyond the term of a specific era. Public employees are thus… This essay discusses the benefits of the patronage system versus the merit system for public employee. First, the patronage system refers to a system where public employees are…
Public Management
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The era of public administration, where services emanating from public enterprises are done with a view of rendering beneficial services with disregard for the quality of service rendered, that has fizzled out with the contemporary public management. Public management since the 1980s has seen public organizations taking cue in the practice of modern management techniques, such as total quality management (TQM), Cost benefit-analysis, Strategic management, the current Strategic Human Resource Management, and Users participation and involvement in service provision and delivery.…
Public administration
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According to Shafritz, Public Policy can simply be describes as an initiative a government takes to address public issues by instituting regulations, law and viable procedures that solve… The process of formulating a new public policy often follows three stages: agenda setting, option-formulation, and then finally implementation. This obviously revolves around…
Public art
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It is in a noisy covered site; however, this sculpture brings in another image all together of the area. The sculpture is a representation of good public art, and as people stop for a moment to… According to Baca (89), modernity has it that art is no longer representation of abstract issues, rather, there are deep meanings embedded in them. Symbolism has to be…
Public Policy
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The policies are developed in a systematic manner, taking into consideration the various factors that influence the problem. Different policy proposals require… The social acceptability of a policy proposal is the most important criteria for evaluating public policy proposal or programs. All the policies developed in a society should have the ultimate welfare…
Public Opinion
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Public opinion is very important to the success of public relations and success of a PR campaign as one of the frequently set objective of PR campaign is to influence the public. Public opinion is a view of majority, which helps to influence and persuade other relevant groups of… One of the often cited examples of bad publicity is the survey carried out by the…
Public Trust
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A good example is citizens of a particular country who share the same geographical boundaries and have a common national language. Public management is similar to… According to Henry, the paradigm of governance, which is the sixth, has been seen from the initial methods of public administration until the current time to stay in the same position. Therefore,…
Public Relations
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Module title: Module ID: Submission date: Public Relations I. Overview of Public Relations a. Introduction: Thought aptly confined to the concept of relationship between the management of an organization and its public, public relations (PR) is actually a vast topic, which simply refers to a multidimensional management activity that looks for establishing professional and corporate relationships by the industries working in governmental, non-governmental and private sectors in order to create an amicable work environment while dealing with the public on the one hand, and for providing best possible services and benefits to the public in the best interest …
Public Administration
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With the growing demand among the public sectors, the states were more pressured thus new programmes and reforms were pursued in order to become at par… This change in the public administration in the British government has created various criticisms and incited other nations to study this strategy and modify the delivery of public service in their own…
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