4 edition of Street-level governments found in the catalog.
Robert K. Yin
|Statement||Robert K. Yin, Douglas Yates.|
|Contributions||Yates, Douglas, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||JS341 .Y56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yin, Robert K. Street-level governments. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books,  (OCoLC) Document Type. A government is the system or group of people governing an organized community, often a state.
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Managerial Discretion in Government Decision Making: Beyond the Street Level provides a comprehensive discussion of managerial and executive discretion at all levels of government. Beginning with a discussion of moving beyond street-level discourse, this book sets the stage for studying managerial by: 8.
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.
In the current economic crises Street-level governments book state and local governments across the country, politicians may propose increased investment in human capital and the building of strong social capital, but it is often the work of bureaucrats at the street level that turns those often high-minded goals into real world : Christopher A.
Simon, Brent S. Steel, Nicholas P. Lovrich. In this book, Lipsky examines the critical role of street-level bureaucrats in the policy-making and/or policy implementation process.
The traditional model of public policy theory assumes that policy choices are made by the elected political executives and the implementation of those choices are left to the jurisdiction of bureaucrats/5(7).
Managerial Discretion In Government Decision Making: Beyond The Street Level Provides A Comprehensive Discussion Of Managerial And Executive Discretion At All Levels Of Government. Beginning With A Discussion Of Moving Beyond Street-Level Discourse, This Book Sets The Stage For Studying Managerial Discretion.
It Examines Aspects Of Expertise In Discretionary 5/5(1). Street Level Bureaucrats with Michael Lipsky United States Studies Centre public policy-making process to the attention of governments around the world. of his book is due for release in. For the purpose of this article, we define workers' own views and perceptions of the principles laid out by governments as ‘street-level policy aims,’ building on the theoretical platform developed by Michael Lipsky, in his book on street-level bureaucracy.
Lipsky's innovative study explained how street-level bureaucrats such as child Cited by: Street-Level Bureaucracy is an insightful study of how public service workers, in effect, function as policy decision makers, as they wield Street-level governments book considerable discretion in the day-to-day implementation of public s: 1.
Street-level bureaucrats are a. people with near total discretion to implement the law as they see fit b. people in positions where they directly implement policies by interacting with people with minimal immediate supervision c.
the lowest-level people in an organization d. government officials whose work tends to be solely outdoors. B) Each federal department and agency has a plum book which lists its standard operating procedures.
C) They can sometimes be so routinized that they are difficult to change even in the face of changing circumstances. D) They are referred to as ʺred tapeʺ by those who find them burdensome. E) They are used by street-level bureaucrats. 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 haveFile Size: KB. Federalism is the mixed or compound mode of government, combining a general government (the central or "federal" government) with regional governments (provincial, state, cantonal, territorial or other sub-unit governments) in a single political distinctive feature, exemplified in the founding example of modern federalism by the United States under the Constitution ofis.
In the book, Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Public Services, Michael Lipsky () gives an example of some street-level bureaucrats that provides services to the public and what they think of themselves, “the typical teacher, policeman, welfare worker-indeed anyone who regularly meets the public-seems to have an image of himself.
O'Donnell, Susan Margaret, "Alienation and altruism among street level bureaucrats: a study of the Virginia victim/witness and crime assistance program" (). In his book, Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual in governments are Author: Susan Margaret O'Donnell.
It is visible from street level. Looking at the garden from street level, you see a vast mixture of plants. They normally reside ft above street level. The accommodation is below street level. Twenty feet below street level is the San Antonio River.
Two of. 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, and.
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.
Toward a Theory of Street-Level Bureaucracy (From Criminal Justice System: Politics and Policies, Seventh Edition, P, George F.
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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.
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Governments are responsible for protecting the public, providing mandated goods and services and raising revenues to perform these activities. Brodkin EZ () Reflections on street-level bureaucracy: past, present, and future [review of the book Street-level bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the individual in public services, 30th anniversary.
tance of citizen experiences with governments have urged that scholarly efforts be addressed to these structures.l This paper is a first attempt to develop a theory of the political behavior of Street-levelBureaucrats and their interaction 'tvith clients.2 Street-level'Bureaucrats, defined belm.r, are those men and women Nho.
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Residents. local issues, adopt a pet, taxes, jobs, fun. Visit. beach finder, parks, local events, tourist info. Departments. list of all departments, agencies. Down at street level another poster, torn at one corner, flapped fitfully in the wind, alternately covering and uncovering the single word INGSOC.
() A totalitarian power seeks to exert influence over its constituents by conveying the message that. The point is to write a book about revitalizing cities through this Market Urbanism concept.
But my articles cover other city subjects too. Great book for anyone looking for theory in regards to discretionary power of civil servant positions making decisions regarding sanctions and services for clients. Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual in Public Service, 30th Anniversary ExpandedFile Size: KB.
Noah Allison In the United States, community involvement and collaboration plays a crucial role in how communities are built and developed. Reflecting on the past few decades, it has become well understood that public participation regarding urban affairs is particularly important in the local planning process as a result that policies to be implemented have a.
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government sends money to state and local governments with less strings attached. series that explains urban issues from street level. The forecasts are used by local governments and regional and federal agencies for efforts like transportation planning and determining the demand for public facilities.
Overall retail employment continues to grow. Retail employment has increased at the regional level as well as in the Central Jurisdictions, Inner Suburbs, and Outer Suburbs . Street-level bureaucracy (SLB) is a sociological theory that seeks to explain the working practices and beliefs of front-line workers in public services and the ways in which they enact public policy in their routine by: 5.
Considering the Street Level in San Francisco's New Urban District Septem9am PDT In examining the question of whether a new high rise development in San Francisco achieves success at street level, John King picks up an age-old, but always relevant, debate.
Gilson L. () Lipsky’s Street Level Bureaucracy. Chapter in Page E., Lodge M and Balla S (eds) Oxford Handbook of the Classics of Public Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press Introduction The publication in of the 30th Anniversary edition of Lipsky’s book, Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual in Public Services,File Size: KB.Studying street-level bureaucracy means studying how public institutions translate rules, laws and general legislation into practices, adapting the tools of the State to specific cases (Saruis, ).
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