The authors explore the many ways that gender and communication intersect and affect each other. Every chapter encourages a consideration of how gender attitudes and practices, past and current, influence personal notions of what it means not only to be female and male, but feminine and masculine. The second edition of this student friendly and accessible text is filled with contemporary examples, activities, and exercises to help students put theoretical concepts into practice.
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Part One: The Current State of Public Bureaucracy2 Taking Bureaucracy Seriously 3 A Legitimate Role for Bureaucracy in Democratic Governance 4 Comparative Perspectives on Bureaucracy in the Policy Process 5 On the Uniqueness of Public Bureaucracies Bureaucracy, Power, Policy, and the State 6. Explorations in Bureaucratic Responsiveness, Part Two: The Future State of Public Bureaucracy 7. The Problem of Predicting Bureaucracy's Future 8. The Political Marriage of Information Technology and Bureaucracy 9. On Predicting the Bureaucratization of American Government 10. Catastrophic Errors and the Changing Shape of Bureaucracy 11. American Exceptionalism: Government without Bureaucracy
Larry B. Hill