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  • Australian Public Service (APS)

    The industry I choose to join upon graduation is the Australian Public Service (APS). The APS is one of the most diverse employers as they employ people from manual labour positions such as gardeners to high level administration and governance positions. Apprenticeship, indigenous career pathways, school leaver and graduate programs are available across a wide range of public service departments and agencies. They offer full time, part time, casual and temporary jobs across Australia with federal, state and local government. (Australian Public Service, 2016). Canberra holds the largest collection of civil servants with approximately 50,000 people employed by the APS, one eighth of the total population. (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2015).…

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  • The Importance Of Public Service In America

    controversial topics in today’s society is that should some sort of public service be required. Public service is “something that is done to help people rather than to make a profit” (Merriam-Webster). Public service is so controversial that three out of five Americans support the idea of public service being required. “Roughly three in five Republicans (58%), Democrats (61%), and Independents (58%) agree that some sort of public service should be required.”(Three in five Americans). These…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Emergency Preparedness

    I opted to conduct my rhetorical analysis and evaluation on the Emergency Preparedness poster from the Ad Council. The print ad or poster in question shows a town that a tornado has ripped through, with markers showing where members of a hypothetical family are located. The message of this particular ad piece is quite simple, in the event of a serious emergency; know where your family is. This in itself speaks to a need in all of us to be connected to our loved ones, especially in a time of…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Erie Insurance And Dom Tiberi

    Drunk Driving Maria’s Message public service announcement begins with Dom Tiberi, Maria’s father, describing the general details of Maria’s accident and why he, and Erie Insurance, have partnered together to bring Maria’s Message to the forefront. Using a statistic on how many teenagers have taking pledge to help prevent distracted driving accidents high lightening the importance of spreading the Maria’s Message (Erie Insurance, 2014, 0:00-1:08). The public service announcement continues with…

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  • The Challenges Of Constant Connectivity

    Frequently, in public places, such as stores, restaurants and shopping malls, I witness adolescents with their heads turned downward staring at a small blue screen, texting or scrolling through social media. Clearly, there is little to no interpersonal interaction occurring. Consequently, I just read a short article that young people today are experiencing and being treated for chronic neck pain due to the overuse of the neck as it is hunched over a cell phone for many hours each day. I agree…

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  • Old Public Management: The Nature Of Public Administration

    Nature Of Public Administration Mariana Martinez West Chester University In the world today, many ideas and beliefs have caused Public Administration to evolve into a creature of many dimensions. The upbringing of Public Administration with field pioneers such as, Woodrow Wilson and many other noted administrators during their time, centered their knowledge on what we refer to as the Old Public Administration. The visionaries like Wilson, believed that hierarchical organizations and goal…

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  • Brooklyn Park Case Study

    subsequent interview of a city administrator in Brooklyn Park. It will address the role and challenges that an administrator whose practices are closely aligned with the New Public Service world view faces in discharging her duties to the public. In an attempt to answer the central question of how and in whose interest do public administrators serve as agential leaders, three tenets, key to a good public agency that administers in the interest of the public will be discussed. The role of public…

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  • Aboriginal Issues In Australia

    relating to indigenous Australians. 1.2 Parameters The parameters of the report are health and housing issues of indigenous Australians. Commonwealth and interstate governments’ actions to help indigenous are also discussed. 1.3 Definition According to Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary and Thesaurus (2016), indigenous is defined as “natural existing in a place or country rather than arriving from another place”. 1.4 Thesis Statement Health and housing of indigenous Australians are…

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  • Health Care Gap Analysis

    Campaign (Australian Human Rights Commission 2016) National Maternity Services Capability Framework (Standing Council on Health and Community & Disability Services 2012) National Maternity Services Plan (Australian Health Ministers’ Conference 2010) National Evidence-Based Antenatal Care Guidelines (National Health and Medical Research Council 2011) The Close the Gap campaign is a strategy that was made by several organisations to achieve equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander…

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  • Examples Of Racism In History

    mirrored in the history of Indigenous Australians in the more distant past as well as in contemporary Australia. To be specific, the colonial history shows a typical example of institutional racism, a discriminatory limitation against ethnic groups via laws, practices, and policies (Hampton & Toombs, 2013, p. 30). At the beginning of colonisation, Europeans believed that they were superior to Indigenous people. Based on such beliefs, the colonists controlled and regulated Indigenous Australians…

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