to their employer was met under the utilitarian ethical framework. Utilitarianism, as an ethical framework, states the right course of action in any situation is the one that results in the greatest balance of benefits for anyone affected (Markkula Centre For Applied Ethics, 2014). Bentham wrote in the principles of moral and legislation what made a consequence ethical under utilitarianism was how much happiness, pleasure or benefit was created for all involved (Bentham cited in Panza & Potthast, 2010
court provided three reasons behind its judgment. First, Buckley’s argument that the government needed to prevent instances of corporate corruption did not befit the case. It is because quid pro quo corruption interests limited the government’s the precautions. Second, the government’s interest as outlined by the constitution restricts direct associations of the candidate on the expenditure, but not independent corporate expenditures. Third, the indigence of elected officials in the process of expenditure
Association of Media Women in Kenya, AMWIK, is a national media association whose overall concern is to promote and represent interests of women in the media and women in general, particularly in as far as the media portrays them and in their efforts to participate equally in national development. The association was started in 1983 with the prime desire to promote the interests and advancement of women in the media. The organization is apolitical and is run on a voluntary basis by members who also
Two years ago, I was writing my letter of intent for my application to the Master of Public Administration (MPA) with a concentration in Healthcare Administration revealing my failures, and most significantly, that I lost my passion and didn’t know where to start. I also conceded that I was relatively unaware of the field of Public Administration (PA). Little did I know, examining PA theories would enable me to connect the final dots in the big picture of my life, where I came from, who I’d come
an initiative role in formulating legislations and providing codes of practice so as to safeguard the interests of the persons with a disability. Along with the government efforts in raising the awareness of society on the issue, media, statutory bodies and advocacy groups also have an active participation in fostering the interests of their concerned groups of disabled people.
Public sector employees are often criticized for being ‘lazy, ‘overpaid’ and ‘underworked’ but it is undeniable that it is expected of them to render excellent service to the citizens of its nation. They ought to be highly reliable and driven to ensure that the needs and demands of the public are promptly addressed. People in the public organizations are anticipated to be altruistic in nature, and being a public servant is the usual advocacy, but how driven are they in fulfilling this role? This
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.. ...ultural turn mentioned earlier are the acceptance of agency and subjectivity (Nash, 2001). Therefore it is of utmost importance that the planner does not allow his/her own decisions to impact on work that they are a part of. The works of advocacy planners are to help ease the planning processes of the weak and powerless against those whom have power. However, marginalized groups often feel overwhelmed and scared of those who hold power (Davidoff, 1965). Therefore, those who have power remain
Exclusionary closure strategies are demarcated by the dominant profession’s use of power to uphold professional socialization. Exclusionary closure is also referenced as boundary-work (Hall, 2005) and is criticized for promotion of professional ideologies, professional authority, and siloed service delivery. Boundary-work fosters exclusion of paraprofessionals, community identified experts, traditional Indigenous healers, and service users within interprofessional teams and community development
free to become actively involved at all levels within GALZ and be included and visible in positions of leadership.” In addition, GALZ’s Gender Department is there to alert GALZ members and other members of the NGO community as well as the general public about matters of gender and sexuality. GALZ has therefore succeeded in producing a significant amount of literature such as the handbook Other Side, which focuses on issues related to lesbian and bisexual women’s health in the country.