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    As you would have thought, the social and political events of the late 1960 's challenged the value-neutrality of public administration scholarship; academic scholarship could not ignore the real-life discord of poverty, unemployment, and disease during periods of economic growth that were affecting the lives of people and creating mistrust in government. The reaction to those events was the rise of a self-proclaimed new Public Administration, a movement with an intellectual commitment to social equity and democratization of public organizations. At the first Minnowbrook Conference in 1968 at Syracuse University entitled Toward a New Public Administration, the general focus was on political change and theoretical relevance to reimagine how…

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    The route of drug administration can be referred to as where or how the drug is being taken. There are eight different routes for drug administration. The three most common types of routes are by inhalation, oral and by injection (subcutaneous, intramuscular, and intravenous. In a brief summary I will discuss each route. Firstly the oral administration being the most common type, which is taken by mouth or by swallowing, is usually in the form of a pill, capsule or liquid. Oral administration is…

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    The scenario above simply explains a politics-administration dichotomous relationship that it is there in the modern public service management and it is no way to go. What matters most is the relationship between the levels of operation as their common denominator is to serve the public’s interests through policies and programs. A balancing or neutral point should be found and maintained by both in discharging public duties. During the development of the Wilsonian Theory of Dichotomy, it is as…

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    published in the Public Administration Review (PAR) titled “Professionalism in Public Administration: Problems, Perspectives, and the Role of ASPA. Since the founding of public administration is graduate programs there has since then been an ongoing debate over whether pubic administration is or is not a profession. The answer still remains uncertain. This article examines the situation with respect to the professionalism of public administration. There are arguments discussed in the article…

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    For years, two of the greatest ideologies of American government have constantly intersected with each other. The separation of powers formed the foundation of the American Constitution. While the politics/administration dichotomy was the instrument that scholars used to solve the complex issues created by the law of the land. Laurence J. O 'Toole, Jr. (1987) is his article, Doctrines and Developments: Separation of Powers, the Politics-Administration Dichotomy, and the Rise of the…

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    Public Administration Ethics for the 21st Century discusses a code of ethics for public administrators. Martinez argues that civil servants, public administrators, and non-profit administrators, as with other professionals, must have a standard code of ethics. However, there remains no such code. He contends the importance of a code by explaining that public administrators make decisions with ethical expectations. Martinez argues for five methods to administrative ethics. “Ethics as a…

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    Theoretically, the managerial approach to public administration contends that public administration is a “field of business” as quoted by Woodrow Wilson (Rosembloom,1983). Under this theoretical premonition of public administration, it depersonalizes citizens and concentrates on the economic profits of subordinates. The managerial approach to public administration, government is focused on setting policy that will aid in maximizing efficiency of operations rather than interpersonal relations…

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    Administration Discretion Public administration in itself is a structure. A structure of many different administrative organizations working to carry out the orders/laws of the government. As with many structures, elements of it have to work or fit a certain way for it to be stable or function properly. There is also a structural plan (laws/rules) that must be followed in order for the structure to be safe and effective (run smoothly). On the other hand, although most structures can usually…

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    sector. Accordingly, the researcher further emphasized on the fact that a new management model in organizations could be adopted, whether public or private. The criticism of the bureaucracy and the rise of the superiority of private management systems in relation to public administration, materialized on a set of fundamental principles: decentralization, deregulation and delegation. 1. Decentralization as a fundamental principle for organizations can acquire creativity and innovation, implying…

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    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is one of the oldest extensive consumer protection agencies in the U.S. federal government. This independent regulatory agency all started back in 1848 when Lewis Caleb Beck ran chemical analyses of agricultural products. However, the FDA didn 't go by it’s present name until the 1930’s. FDA launched its new regulatory functions with the passage of the 1906 Pure Food and Drugs Act. This law strictly prohibited interstate commerce in adulterated and…

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