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Color-blind administration is a realized public value because it desired by substantial numbers of Americans and legally mandated as an equality strategy. However, critical race scholars argue that color-blindness is a means of communicating White racial dominance by devaluing the experiences of...
Art reflects reality, in science fiction as well as in everyday praxis. And it provides an entertaining approach to comprehending enduring characteristics of administration. Eighty years ago, Luther Gulick coined the acronym POSDCORB (planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating,...
Democratic governance depends on robust public participation. Citizens are alienated from the institutions of government as meaningful public discourse and activity in the public sphere decrease. This article reflects critically on the institutional foundations of this alienation, arguing that...
Seven assessment criteria are developed from applied logic and supported by relevant literature: relevancy, application, factual/lifelike, social construction, effectiveness, has a point, and goodness. These assessment criteria can be used in narrative inquiry by scholars, storytellers, and...
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