Diversity and Affirmative Action in Public Service

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Index
Accomodation, politics of, 209
Accountability, community, 252
Active representation, 40, 48-49
Adams, Abigail, 353
Administrative, professional, and technical (APT) occupations, 29
Administrative Behavior (Simon), 375
Administrative socialization, 205
Administrative State, The (Waldo), 11
Administrators
black, 202-204, 236: difficulties for, 204-209; needs
of, 211-213; overcoming constraints, 209-211
concept of men as, 374-376
minority, 243-250: conclusion, 254-255; dilemmas of, 253-254; role determinants, 250-253
women as, 266-273
Advancement, 75-78, 146, 300-301, 320
conclusion, 88-89
disabled, 399, 428-429
executive, 279-284
little prior experience, 78-85
more experienced employees, 85-88
women's, 300-301, 320
Affirmative action (AA), xvi-xvii, 75-76, 107-110, 141-143, 160-161, 323
advancement and, 88, 89
aging and, 408
future of, 120-123
key issues in, 143-146
as key to equal employment opportunity, 147-150
in New York state, 66-67
Sacramento hiring policies, 154-156
strategies, 129-131
U.S. Supreme Court, 111-123
for women, 127-137, 357-359, 360-368
African Americans. See Blacks; Minorities
Age, as factor, 274, 341
Agencies, federal, 246-249, 346. See also specific departments
Aging, 397-399, 401-402
affirmative action programs and, 408
career strategies, 458-466
conclusion, 412-413
increasing economic self-sufficiency, 443-450
longer work lives and, 437-443
NAOWES activities and policies, 451-458
research on, 402-407
strategies and alternatives, 409-412
See also Retirement
Aid to Families with Dependent Children, 10
Alabama Department of Public Safety, 114-115
Allee, Cheryl Lynn, 415-430
Ambition, personal, 253
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 452
American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), 6, 164, 201, 220, 221, 234, 236
Committee on Women in Public Administration, 327, 331, 337-339
COMPA and, 237, 238, 239, 241, 243
principles, 6
survey, 267-268, 269, 270, 278, 279, 284, 285, 286
women's movement and, 262, 331-340
women's profiles, 340-343
American State Administration Project, 261
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 415-416
Analysis
disabled and nondisabled employees, 420-429
logit, 82-83, 187, 188, 428
multiple regression, 169-170
social equity policy, 16-19
utilization, 362-363
women in workforce, 367
See also Research
Appleby, Paul, 312
Appointment/approval process, 284-285
Aristotle, 10, 355
Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT), 98, 99
Asian Americans, 163, 165
conclusion, 189-190
disabled, 423, 426, 427
discrimination against, 183-189
employment, 45, 77, 182-183
national origins, 181
profile, 180-182
in Reagan Administration, 51, 53-56
salary differences, 56-60
success, diversity and discrimination, 179-180
as supervisors, 171-174
ASPA Professional Standards and Ethics Workbook and Study Guide for Public Administrators, 6
Athletics, school, 16
Authority, supervisory, 152
conclusions, 174-175
race and sex determinants, 167-169
research on, 169-174
Baby boomers, 402, 403, 405, 409, 410, 411, 460
Backlash, 312-313
Bacon, Harold, 205
Barrett, Ruth Ann, 338
Barriers, for women, 345-351, 370-372. See also Credibility, women's
"Bean counting," 109
Behavior, organizational, 318-319

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