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Metaphor analysis traditionally treats its subject as a figure of speech, that is, a purely literary device that can be replaced by literal language. However, recent work suggests that metaphors should be thought of as figures of thought strongly based in cognition; they thus imply action. This...
Interest in professional ethics education for public administrators has been booming for the past two decades, and teaching public administration ethics entails a variety of approaches. This article argues that literature is an effective main source for exploring public administration ethics....
The study of ethics in public administration, as evidenced by the five books reviewed here, is characterized by a number of assertions about human behavior (some of them conflicting) and at least one major omission. This essay identifies these assertions and the omission to improve our thinking...
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