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In this article, the authors examine the importance of expressive and aesthetic truth claims to public administration scholars, and present a model to aid them in making and evaluating such claims. Sincere expression adds credibility to an argument, and quality of expression can lend elegance to...
This article attempts to explain transformations in military—society relations using models developed in the context of political participation and social learning. The authors suggest that patterns of alternative politics might evolve from the undermining of the “republican contract,” that is,...
The article focuses on a kind of innovation trajectory, based on the reemployment of assets that belong to the legacy of the past. Thus, it argues for the importance of utilizing know-how and social capital accumulated over the years in organizations' efforts to launch a new course. The concept...
This article examines experienced differences in values between employees in the public and private sector. To elucidate them, the authors interviewed 30 employees of the public sector previously employed in the private sector and 30 employees of the private sector previously employed in the...
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