AS A CONSTRAINED ADMINISTRATION
(A Journal Critique)
JACKIELOU M. ARANETA
PA 201, Wednesdays 6:00-9:00pm
AUREA M. PASCUAL, DM
July 14, 2010
The subject matter delves on public administration as a constrained organization. It touches the realm of the government and its essential role and the purpose of studying public administration despite it being a constrained administration.
The author investigated the topic through thorough observational and correlational research of the subject.
In observational research, the author has successfully observed and recorded public administration being a constrained administration as a phenomenon. The author also employed correlational research to associate, compare and weigh the difference between public and private administration.
In order to prove that both administrations co vary, the author backed-up observational and correlational research by checking existing records and facts for they are essential in deriving a foundation and basis of the study making it reliable.
The methods were correctly employed because it encourages the reader to see that qualitative judgment is needed to regard the constraints in public administration and that even in a very restrictive environment, action is still possible.
III. Evidence of Thesis Support
In order to support the thesis that public administration as a constrained organization, the author presented the following:
• Consumers may benefit from competition among multiple suppliers but not all goods and services are provided by the market system.
• Private companies are profit motivated but the government is unable to drop the nuisance client or the marginal customer.
• Clientele is described with operational specificity which means all people have a claim on agency’s services and the likes.
• Protection from other nations (national defense), as required...