Role of Public Administrators in Protecting Civil Liberties

Role of Public Administrators in Protecting Civil Liberties

Role of Public Administrators in Protecting Civil Liberties

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In this Discussion, you will compare the concepts of equality and social equity, and the role of public administrators in promoting social equity.Post by Day 3 an IRA (Insights, Resource, and Application) in the Discussion Board as follows:Insights: As you read the resources, create bullet points that capture what you have learned about the relationship between equality and social equity, and critical insights you gained from each article. Summarize these key points and insights by using APA format.Resource: In addition to the assigned readings, share one other resource that amplifies the themes for this week, such as the relationship between equality and social equity. Note a book, article, news items, website, or film with similar ideas, thoughts, and themes. Cite your resource by using APA format, and explain, in no more than three sentences, how this resource is relevant to the assigned readings. Application: Provide an example from current or past experience (about one paragraph) on a threat to equality or equity. (Multicultural and/or international examples are welcome but not required.) Then, explain a strategy you
believe that a public administrator might use to promote equality and equity in this example and explain why you chose this strategy.

Support your postings and responses with specific references to the resources.ReadingsCooper, T. L. (2012). The responsible administrator: An approach to ethics for the administrative role (6th ed.). New York, NY: Jossey-Bass.Chapter 9, “Applying the Design Approach to Public Administration Ethics” (pp. 243–254)Frederickson, H. G. (2005). The state of social equity in American public administration. National Civic Review, 94(4), 31–38.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Glaser, M. A., Bartley Hildreth, W., McGuire, B. J., & Bannon, C. (2011). Frederickson’s social equity agenda applied: Public support and willingness to pay. Public Integrity, 14(1), 19–37.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Hacker, J. S., & Pierson, P. (2010). Winner-take-all politics: Public policy, political organization, and the precipitous rise of top incomes in the United States. Politics and Society, 38(2), 152–204.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Kranich, N. (2005). Equality and equity of access:
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