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Civil Rights In Public Service

Author : Phillip J. Cooper
ISBN : 9781317516378
Genre : Political Science
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Promises of justice and equality made in the U.S. Constitution, numerous Amendments, and decisions of the Supreme Court are hallmarks of American civil rights. Yet the realities of inequality remain facts of modern life for too many Native Americans, African Americans, and Latino Americans, even though state-mandated racial segregation has been outlawed for years. Women still face a variety of forms of discrimination—some subtle and others more overt. There remain many laws that treat people differently because of sexual orientation. People with disabilities are supposed to be protected by a variety of statutes, but many of these policies remain unfulfilled promises. These are just some of the many challenges of civil rights that persist in a nation that proudly points to the words above the entrance to the U.S. Supreme Court that read "Equal Justice Under Law." This text is for current and future public service professionals —whether they are in government agencies, in nonprofit organizations that provide social services for government, or contractors who operate as state actors—who increasingly serve diverse communities with a range of complex challenges, while working and managing within organizations that, fortunately, are themselves more diverse than ever before. For those who work and serve in such settings, civil rights is not an abstract academic study, but a critically important and very practical fact of daily life. This book may also be used on civil rights law, policy, and public administration courses, and each chapter ends with a section on ‘Issues for Policy and Practice’ to guide an examination of key public policy hurdles in the fight for civil rights as well as the implications for public service practice. Through an engaging exploration of edited court cases, legislation, and speeches, the reader is encouraged to think critically about civil rights law and policy pertaining to African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos/Latinas, gender, sexual orientation, and disabilities, to learn what civil rights require, but also to come to a more empathetic understanding of how different groups of people experience civil rights and the unique challenges they face.

Disability Civil Rights And Public Policy

Author : Stephen L. Percy
ISBN : 9780817359256
Genre : Law
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Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1. Disability, Public Policy, and Implementation -- 2. An Institutional Approach to the Study of Policy Implementation -- 3. Federal Laws to Assist Persons with Disabilities -- 4. From Symbolic Gestures to Implementation Guidelines: The Saga of Section 504 -- 5. A Conservative Reaction to Section 504 Regulations: The Politics of Rollback -- 6. Barrier Removal and Facility Access for Disabled Persons -- 7. Access, Mobility, and Public Transportation -- 8. Access to Public and Higher Education -- 9. Employment Rights and Opportunities for Disabled Persons -- 10. Implementing Disability Rights Policies: Comparisons, Contrasts, and Dilemmas -- Abbreviations -- Notes -- Select Bibliography -- Index

Public Administration Theories

Author : L. Dong
ISBN : 9781137536426
Genre : Social Science
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The book examines key public administration theories from the perspective of instrumental and value rationalities. The theories are analyzed on core value, assumption about human nature, methodology, role of government, and disciplinary positioning. The author traces the historical trajectory of each of the two camps of theories.

A Reasonable Public Servant

Author : Yong S. Lee
ISBN : 0765616440
Genre : Law
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An essential text for PA courses on Human Resource Management as well as Public Management and Law, this book illuminates the role of the reasonable public servant, who strives to perform authorized functions efficiently, yet in a manner that aligns with constitutional values embodied in the Bill of Rights. "A Reasonable Public Servant" provides a comprehensive review of Supreme Court opinions in explaining the reasonable conduct of a public servant and the development of clearly established constitutional and statutory rights that a reasonable public servant is expected to observe: property rights; procedural due process; freedom of critical speech; privacy; equal protection; and anti-discrimination laws. The author relies on the Court's opinions as the exemplar of public reason, and pays close attention to the manner in which the Court balances among competing value priorities - for example, the rights of a public servant as an employee as well as an individual citizen, and the efficiency needs of the government as an employer as well as a sovereign state. This book's detailed appendices include the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

The Political Ethics Of Public Service

Author : Vera Vogelsang-Coombs
ISBN : 9781137494009
Genre : Political Science
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This book provides a defense of democratic politics in American public service and offers the political ethics of public service as a realistic and optimistic alternative to the cynical American view toward politics and public service. The author’s alternative helps career public servants regain public trust by exercising constitutionally centered moral and political leadership that balances the regime values of liberty and equality in governing American society while contributing to the ethical progress of the nation. She identifies three distinct leadership styles of political ethics, enabling career public servants to reconcile their personal loyalties, morality, and consciences with the public and private morality of American society and their constitutional obligations to secure the democratic freedoms of Americans. Recognizing career public servants’ moral and institutional struggles, the book proposes a rigorous leadership development program to acclimate individuals to workplace psychological, moral, and political challenges. The view offered here is that career public servants must be a part of, rather than isolated from, American politics to be effective on the job.

Btec National In Public Services Student Book 2

Author : Debra Gray
ISBN : 043545658X
Genre : Civil service positions
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Written by experienced lecturers, these two Student Books and Tutor's Resource File provide your students with everything they need to achieve the BTEC National in Public Services - at Award, Certificate and Diploma Level.

American Public Service

Author : Sheila Kennedy
ISBN : 9780763760021
Genre : Education
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Ideal for allied health and pre-nursing students, Alcamos Fundamentals of Microbiology, Body Systems Edition, retains the engaging, student-friendly style and active learning approach for which award-winning author and educator Jeffrey Pommerville is known. It presents diseases, complete with new content on recent discoveries, in a manner that is directly applicable to students and organized by body system. A captivating art program, learning design format, and numerous case studies draw students into the text and make them eager to learn more about the fascinating world of microbiology.

Diversity And Affirmative Action In Public Service

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Encyclopedia Of Human Rights

Author : David P. Forsythe
ISBN : 9780195334029
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Current Good Practices And New Developments In Public Sector Service Management

Author : Nick Manning
ISBN : 0850927129
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is an update to the 1996 portfolio and continues to provide a framework for building and sustaining effective public service organisations, based on current good practice and the wide experience of senior public sector managers throughout the Commonwealth. The second edition contains much of the original material, now up-dated together with several new sections. The Portfolio update is designed to be used as a companion resource to the Public Service Country Profiles which, together, can be used as a basis for benchmarking to compare activities and best practices across different national settings.

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