6 edition of Politics at the street level found in the catalog.
Politics at the street level
David C. Perry
Bibliography: p. 37-38.
|Statement||[by] David C. Perry [and] Paula A. Sornoff.|
|Series||Sage professional papers in administrative and policy studies, ser., no. 03-008|
|Contributions||Sornoff, Paula A., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV8141 .P38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||73080265|
simplifications “nonetheless add up to street-level policy,” with which clients must contend (Lipsky, ). Street Level Bureaucrats: Discretion and Accountability Discretion is a necessary evil for street-level bureaucrats. It is the aspect of their work that makes it hard to hold them accountable and difficult to manage. If they did not have. to a special symposium issue on "Street-Level Organizations: New Directions for Research" in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory ( 1). Her new book Work and the Welfare State presents international, organizational studies that trace the advance of workfare from welfare state politics to street-level practice. The book.
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The Street-Level Politics of School Reform CENTER ON REINVENTING PUBLIC EDUCATION | 1 Introduction Political scientist E.E. Schattschneider likened politics to a fight between two men in a street. If nobody intervenes, the stronger will win. But if the weaker fighter can get an observer to join in on his side, the dynamic changes.
Street-level bureaucracy is the subset of a public agency or government institution where the civil servants work who have direct contact with members of the general public.
Street-level civil servants carry out and/or enforce the actions required by a government's laws and public policies, in areas ranging from safety and security to education and social services. Using colourful and detailed case material, Street-Level Democracy introduces a new method of researching everyday politics.
It is a wide-ranging book that traces the conflicts between global power and local action. People in farming communities, town mosques, city markets, and fishing communities suffer the effects of wrenching change, but live far from the centres of power. Buy This Book in Print. summary. Street-Level Bureaucracy is an insightful study of how public service workers, in effect, function as policy decision makers, as they wield their considerable discretion in the day-to-day implementation of public programs.
Table of Contents. And Boston. He was a program officer at the Ford Foundation after serving as a professor of political science at MIT. He is well known in the field of public administration for his classic book about street-level bureaucracy. The concept of street-level bureaucracy was popularized by Michael Lipsky in Her co-edited book, Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics (Georgetown University Press), theorized the role of SLOs in welfare state politics and traced the advance of workfare-style policies from state-level to street-level in six countries: the US, UK, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, and Australia.
A key contention of street-level bureaucracy theory is that the decisions and actions of street-level bureaucrats, actually ‘become’, or represent, the policies of the government agencies they work for. This is because a citizen most often and directly experiences.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Street-level bureaucrats—from teachers and police officers to social workers and legal-aid lawyers—interact directly with the public and so represent the frontlines of government policy.
In Street-Level Bureaucracy, Lipsky argues that these relatively low-level public service employees labor under huge caseloads, ambiguous agency goals.
This book brings together criminologists, anthropologists, sociologists, historians, political scientists and others who have engaged with police forces across the continent and the publics with whom they interact to provide street-level perspectives from below and inside Africa’s police forces.
Street-Level Bureaucracy book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Street-Level Bureaucracy is an insightful study of how pub /5(18). While receiving awards for is book “Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual in Public Service” (), he has also written “Protest in City Politics” () and “Nonprofits for Hire: The Welfare State in the Age of Contracting” (, with show more content.
Book Description: Street-Level Bureaucracy is an insightful study of how public service workers, in effect, function as policy decision makers, as they wield their considerable discretion in the day-to-day implementation of public programs.
Street-Level Democracy shows us how consideration of political settings is vital to understanding the ways global forces and local actors are changing the shape of world politics.
The detailed case studies point out the important role of popular organizations and national governments as power is reconfigured on a global : Jonathan Barker.
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Work and the Welfare State places street-level organizations at the analytic center of welfare-state politics, policy, and management.
This volume offers a critical examination of efforts to change the welfare state to a workfare state by looking at on-the-ground issues in six countries: the US, UK, Australia, Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands. Street Level Narcotics: A Patrolman's Guide To Working Street Level Dope [Ellison, Daren R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Contents: Political science and street-level administration --Introduction: the police function and the study of government --Administrative theory and the street-level bureaucrat --The question of administrative responsibility --The patrolman: in theory and practice --The case of the police and the.
A recent exposé by Frank Foer reveals the importance of what political scientist Michael Lipsky has called “street-level bureaucracy”—how government operates on the ground—and what sociologist Kitty Calavita calls “real law”—how law actually works when implemented by those bureaucracies.
At the street level, major changes in.Street Level was selected as Honor Book for Older Readers by the Children's Africana Book Award program, affiliated with the African Studies Association.
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