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The Role Of Public Administration in Modern Society

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The Role Of Public Administration in Modern Society (Chapter 3)
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The new Role of Public Administration
Its new Role as change agent, its seems to have significantly contributed to the shaping of both aspirations and expectation of the people in its efforts to improve their quality of life.
Richard A. Johnson, Fremont E. Kast and James E. Rosenzweig express the common dilemma of the administrators as follows:
What is Dilemma?
Executive Leadership's Role of Public Administration
Public Administration's Role in Designing Policy
A dilemma is a problem offering two possibilities, neither of which is practically acceptable. One in this position has been traditionally described as "being on the horns of a dilemma", neither horn being comfortable. This is sometimes more colorfully described as "Finding oneself impaled upon the horns of a dilemma", referring to the sharp points of a bull's horns, equally uncomfortable (and dangerous).

The dilemma is sometimes used as a rhetorical device, in the form "you must accept either A, or B"; here A and B would be propositions each leading to some further conclusion. Applied incorrectly, it constitutes a false dichotomy, a fallacy.


The organization takes many of its values from the broader socio-cultural environment. A basic premise is that the organization as a sub-system of society must accomplish certain goals which are determined by the broader system. The organization performs a function for the society and if it is to be successful in receiving inputs.
Functions peculiar to the State:
Executive Leadership's Role of Public Administration
Maintenance of Order
Attainment of Justice
Protection of a system of property rights
Formation of administrative and foreign policies
Functions for which the state is well- adapted:
Conservation of natural resources
Control of Monopoly
The maintenance of public services such as parks, playgrounds, schools and museums.
Preservation of Health
Functions for which the state is ill-adapted:
This will vary with the conditions, but in general they are functions which do not serve the need of the entire community such as religion and literary and artistic production and evaluation.
Functions which the state is in capable in performing:
Control of peoples opinions
Regulations of Morality
Public administration's role in designing policy
Along with its role in legislative leadership, the bureaucracy of public administration play the major role in a given policy issue when a vacuum exist in the area.
Policy making is the prerogative of the political or elected actors in government
The Emerging role of the Public Administrator, due to the ever-changing condition and rising expectation of the citizenry, is becoming more difficult. His problem concerning not only the physical features of the place, but also the social and psychological condition of its inhabitants as well, are frustratingly complex, divisive and challenging.
In the process of nation-building, some nations adapted the authoritarian form of government of the countries of the association of south-east asian nations (asean)
Regardless of the form of government, public administration is an essential part of it. It is through public administration that the people transact their business with the government.
The character, nature and scope of public administration are constantly changing.
In designing legislation for the country the role of public administration depends primarily on the nature of the objectives being pursued and the social conditions prevailing at that time
The New Role of Public Administration
Executive Leadership's Role of Public Administration
Public Administration's Role in Designing Policy
Public
Administration
Group 1 members

Jonalyn Juntila
Vera Lyn Liwanagan
Angelica Angeles
Michelle Pena
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