The development of Bureaucracy was due to increasing citizen demand for improved government services and for the government to develop their own goals for policy. Citizens sought more government involvement, such as, regulating corporate behavior and delivering more services. Andrew Jackson’s election in 1829 also influenced the development of bureaucracy. At the height of his election, Jackson introduced a spoils system where those involved in Jackson’s campaign were rewarded with positions in government. Detailed procedures were then developed to direct new employees who lacked experience.
In the political aspect, citizens were given more say in their government, allowing for less corruption and bosses. In the social aspect, women were given more freedoms and the public's health was put as a higher priority. In the economic aspect, income taxes help disperse the the wealth to government funded programs while antitrust acts stopped monopolies before they were too big to stop. All in all, these things still affect people today. Citizens have even more say in government today because it does help stop some bosses and corruption.
Their work is significant because their service characteristic approach can be used as a framework to explain the basic political dynamics of particular services. However, I find it mundane that it leaves out a huge issue that shadows political dynamics of providing or improving services in developing countries, which is corruption. Bratley and Harris, very naively, argue that politicians only look for electoral/clientelistic returns and political attribution. While this might be true in a few developing countries, it is not true for most developing countries. In developing countries most politicians look for personal economical benefit whenever thinking about what service to improve or provide.
On this program, Democratic Party want rules and regulation are made to be more simple and flexible, rules must be made in accordance with the will of the people and the people's choice. Its main purpose is to protect the health and welfare of the citizen, boost economic growth and job creation. To achieve these objectives then government made regulation that is effective, simple and smart with the aim of protecting public. The government will be more transparent in financial terms used and programs that will be executed as well as eliminating unnecessary rules. With this change can facilitate the public to follow the rules made by government.
These homeless people are engineers, lawyers, doctors, and etc. Their careers and jobs are important to our society. The reason they became homeless are from missteps they took throughout their lives. Homelessness is not just about money and housing. It is about human rights failure.
Throughout their career something changes them. They get so caught up on the “issues” that are important to them, thus the country suffers. It turns into a game of tug of war. I recall a few years back the government was shut down because they could not agree on a budget. George Washington stated about politicians’ in his address, “that its administration in every department may be stamped with wisdom and virtue” (Washington).
Living in a democratic country is a privilege considering, we are not controlled by one, rather the members of a state have a say. Without unity, democracy may be at risk because citizens may opt out of democratic engagement. “Isolation Bad for Democracy” written by Tom Sandborn, covers topics on how this dilemma has various solutions. During these modern times, our economy is constantly fluctuating causing people to move, following their work. Socially, we may feel connected to our peers, but when it comes to reality there is a strong disconnection between human interactions.
I personally believe that the libertarian party would be the best thing for our country. The libertarian party would make a great imprint on America because as individuals, we want as many rights as possible, so that we can make choices to better our future generations. If we limited the government’s laws and regulations on our lives, I think we would see less protests, shootings, riots and disputes. Giving Americans and immigrants the rights to their own lives and to pursuing their dreams without fear of the government will give this country better educated individuals which will then give us better lives to live. If we can have better lives to live we will increase economic growth, we won’t be spending as much towards federal institutions, abortion rates will lower and healthcare and education will be more affordable because we can better afford to have and educate our children.
What advantages to the community would there be from this type of group decision making? A better informed and empowered community will be setup. It help in giving practice of doing community based decision making for benefit of major population. It has reduced the gap of people from technology and eliminated the factor of digital divide. Participation in the progress of community has broken the gap between lot of residents as
Education enhances people's drive towards the act of voting, as well as their political interest, which in turn leads to a higher turnout and trust in elections. The interests and values of people with more education would be different from those of people with less education, and that these differences are reflected in the way they vote and the trust in elections. Voting is a vital means to fulfilling civic duty and affirming allegiance and as such people with more education have a higher sense of this civic duty, and a stronger allegiance to the
I would change Alpena so it would have more money and a positive reputation to the state and the world around us. There are issues that I would solve to make Alpena a beloved area. The main goal is to bring everyone in the society together, to give a positive attitude and mindset to our areas around us. I would first work on this by getting more people in the community to volunteer. In our society there are many lazy people who do not want to contribute to make the city a better place.
Why should we make an exception for these immigrants and give them sanctuary cities? They do contribute to our economy however, and we need them for that reason. They add more value than they cost the economy. Reform of the current laws will allow for those with the H-1B visas to gain citizenship and for those who are here illegally with “anchor babies” to gain citizenship as well. It will be less costly to the government if they become a true part of our economy.
This problem affects not only the health of employees, but also the wellness of customers, and both, should be the most important elements in this kind of business. Finally, workers do not receive a fair compensation for the hard work they do. After having dedicated hours and hours of their time to deliver a good service, many times they only receive a minimum wage salary. Words Cited Gentile, Dan. "Things You Have to Explain to People Who 've Never Worked in Kitchens."
A mass body of people pointed out what they liked and disliked. Throughout history, one can clearly see change is made through citizen’s inputs that eventually makes an impact on the quality of life. During the Progressive Era, America was portrayed as the “best country” in the world. However, no one bothered to bring up the fact that one out of three people were starving to death or only six out of ten children were attending school due to financial instability in American households. The government was well aware of the poverty issues but they did not make an effort to help the people.
that the quality of public life and the performance of social institutions (and not only in America) are indeed powerfully influenced by norms and networks of civic engagement.” (Putnam, 1995) As demonstrated in this component civic engagement crucial to our society in so many aspects however it seems that like many other crucial items it is slipping away. The dynamics of our society have changed dramatically from the structure of our family, to the involvement of government in our personal life. All of the components in the series explain the changes that need to be made in our country, but how do you educate the population. Education is the conduit to action, and without action, nothing changes. People have to want to learn, want to change, and want to make a