Transformational Public Service

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Essay #: 063454
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Transformational Public Service
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October 23, 2010
Overview
Transformational public service seeks to engage all parties in the public service domain through a methodology which is predicated on objectivity, democratic principles, and the wisdom gained from experience in the public domain. This foundation is built on the premise that power relationships are created with a deep social and historical context. King and Zanetti (2005) argued that "the dominant characteristics of western culture, which privilege certain races, classes, and genders, are human constructions that have been built over centuries of uncritical acceptance" (p. x).
Public service generally has a degree of broad reach because of...
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.....reminder of this tragedy can serve as focal point of democratic ideals and social justice in the course of transformational public service truly being a uniting endeavor which seeks to build a better nation.
References
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Gray, J. (2005). Transforming institutions: Insider/Outsider. In
C.S. King & L.A. Zanetti (Eds.), Transformational Public service: Portraits of theory in practice (pp. 94-104). New York, NY:
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King, C.S., and Zanetti, L.A. (2005). Transformational Public
service: Portraits of theory in practice. New York, NY:
Routledge
.