ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION III Revision (1) Answer

ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION III Revision (1) Answer

ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION III Revision (1) Answer the following questions: 1. What are students' views about theory vs. practice in public education? 2. What is the difference between pre-service and in-service students? 3. What positions do MPA students usually move into after their graduation? 4. What positions do in-service students sometimes move into? 5. What are the three types of knowledge and skills from a

developmental perspective? 6. Which educational approaches correspond to these three levels? Fill in the missing words: administration, civil, degree, discipline, policy, public, skills Public ________________ is an administration approach focused on implementing the ________________ of the government. It is a ____________ that is concerned with the study of how government policies are implemented and seeks to prepare all those seeking to take up public service offices such as ___________ servants. A Master of Public Administration is a postgraduate degree designed to enhance students understanding on the field of __________________ service. The course is meant for sharpening the idea on civil service and the knowledge in handling public offices. Master of Public Administration

is a ______________ to help leaders and administrators acquire quality _______________and training in handling public administrative sectors and offices. key Public administration is an administration approach focused on implementing the policy of the government. It is a discipline that is concerned with the study of how government policies are implemented and seeks to prepare all those seeking to take up public service offices such as civil servants. A Master of Public Administration is a postgraduate degree designed to enhance students understanding on the field of public service. The course is meant for sharpening the idea on civil service and the knowledge in handling public offices. Master of Public Administration is a degree to

help leaders and administrators acquire quality skills and training in handling public administrative sectors and offices. Fill in the missing words: course, governmental, implementation, leadership, managers, principles, As a professional _____________ for the postgraduates, Master of Public resources Administration has been structured to prepare all students for managerial service in _________________ offices as well other nongovernmental organizations. The degree has an emphasis on the roles and development as well as the _____________of public administrators.

In taking a Masters degree in Public Administration, one learns the _________________ and management of all public policies for effective utilization of ______________in service delivery. The degree program is designed to help in developing passionate solutions regarding public finances, human resources, and _______________ as well as any other emerging managerial complexities in public institutions. Public administration will be an area for __________________ and leaders seeking to handle any public offices. Key As a professional course for the postgraduates, Master of Public Administration has been structured to prepare all students for managerial service in governmental offices as well other nongovernmental organizations. The degree has an emphasis on the

roles and development as well as the principles of public administrators. In taking a Masters degree in Public Administration, one learns the implementation and management of all public policies for effective utilization of resources in service delivery. The degree program is designed to help in developing passionate solutions regarding public finances, human resources, and leadership as well as any other emerging managerial complexities in public institutions. Public administration will be an area for managers and leaders seeking to handle any public offices. Provide the terms matching the following definitions: Related to training, as through special courses, workshops, etc., given to employees in connection with their work

In-service relating to the period before a person takes a job that requires training Pre-service A person who. helps organizations and companies manage their finances Budget analyst Provide the terms matching the following definitions: A person who performs work that involves human resources, compensation, labor relations, information systems, benefits and job analysis Personnel analyst

A person responsible for providing various kinds of administrative assistance Administrative assistant Of, relating to, being, or involving conscious intellectual activity (such as thinking, reasoning, or remembering Cognitive Provide the terms matching the following definitions: The ability to communicate or interact well with other people. Interpersonal skills Internal skills, perceptions and attitudes that occur within a persons own mind and allow individuals to respond using awareness, thought, and intentional strategy in order to gain positive outcomes.

Intra-personal skills The assignment of any responsibility or authority to another person (normally from a manager to a subordinate) to carry out specific activities Delegation Provide the terms matching the following definitions: Bargaining (give and take) process between two or more parties (each with its own aims, needs, and viewpoints) seeking to discover a common ground and reach an agreement to settle a matter of mutual concern or resolve a conflict Negotiation To intervene in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or

reconciliation. To mediate An assertion of a right, claim, or demand on one side, met by contrary claims or allegations of the other Dispute Provide the terms matching the following definitions: The position of a student or trainee who works in an organization, sometimes without pay, in order to gain work experience or satisfy requirements for a qualification. Internship An optional course of study Elective A person such as an employee, customer, or citizen who is involved with an organization,

society, etc. And therefore has responsibilities towards it and an interest in its success Stakeholder The branch of scientific or engineering knowledge that deals with the creation and practical use of digital or computerized devices, methods, systems, etc. Digital technology Provide the terms matching the following definitions: The techniques of protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unauthorized access or attacks that are aimed for exploitation Cyber security To make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful. Mitigate Avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain

an ecological balance Sustainability Match the verbs with the appropriate nouns verb noun acquire relationship conduct

opportunity mediate policy provide A change Enter into knowledge

meet projects make disputes Engage with Challenges Translate into Croatian

Students and faculty come together in important stages of personal, professional, and psychosocial development. Teachers of public administration come into students lives at a very important time, a time of exploration and change, a time of evolving commitment and self-realization, a time of discovery and new commitments. Learning will be most effective when it involves a process of mutual sharing, one in which the student and the instructor enter into a relationship that creates the conditions under which appropriate learning and personal development can flourish, both for the student and the teacher. Translate into Croatian Educators in the field of public administration have long been concerned with the question of theory versus practice. Indeed, if the

tension between politics and administration is central to the field of public administration, then the tension between theory and practice is central to public administration education. The theory/practice question cuts in many different ways. Some point out that theories of public organization provide a basis for understanding practice and should inform everything a reflective practitioner does. Others suggest that theories usually stand at some distance from practice, so understanding theory may not help practice. Answer the following 1. What is civil service? 2. What should a civil service take account of? 3. How do civil servants differ from elected officials? 4. How is civil service regulated?

5. What are the three fundamental values for a democratic public administration? What do they mean? Answer the following: 5. What does the recruitment system for civil servants establish? 6. What does the recruitment procedure consist of? 7. What are the basic types of training for civil servants? 8. What is the purpose of the subsystem of evaluation? 9. Why is the linking of assessment of performance to the budget advantageous? 10. What are the two types of mobility of civil servants? Fill in the missing words: employed, employees, examinations, government,

merit, political, service Civil ____________ is the body of ______________officials who are _________ in civil occupations that are neither _____________nor judicial. In most countries the term refers to ______________ selected and promoted on the basis of a ___________ and seniority system, which may include ______________. Key Civil service, the body of government officials who are employed in civil occupations that are neither political nor judicial. In most countries the term refers to employees selected and promoted on the basis of a merit and seniority system, which may include examinations.

Fill in the missing words: competent conduct , limits, partiality, performance, public, right The standards placed upon a civil servants ___________are partly those to be expected of any loyal,______________, and obedient employee and partly those enjoined upon a _______ employee. Ideally, the civil servant should be above any suspicion of ____________ and should not let personal sympathies, loyalties, or interests affect the ________________of duties; for example, a civil servant is obliged to be prudent in private financial dealings. As a general rule, a civil servant is not allowed to engage directly or indirectly in any trade or business and may engage in social or charitable organizations only if these have no connection with official duties. There are always strict _____________ on a civil servants ___________ to lend or borrow money,

and they are prohibited from accepting gifts. Key The standards placed upon a civil servants conduct are partly those to be expected of any loyal, competent, and obedient employee and partly those enjoined upon a public employee. Ideally, the civil servant should be above any suspicion of partiality and should not let personal sympathies, loyalties, or interests affect the performance of duties; for example, a civil servant is obliged to be prudent in private financial dealings. As a general rule, a civil servant is not allowed to engage directly or indirectly in any trade or business and may engage in social or charitable organizations only if these have no connection with official duties. There are always strict limits on a civil servants right to lend or borrow money, and they are prohibited from accepting

gifts. Provide words matching the following definitions: A sector of government or an international agency composed mainly of career bureaucrats Civil service The quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward Merit To assign a job or role to (someone) To appoint Provide the terms matching the

following definitions: To choose (someone) to hold public office or some other position by voting Elect The holding of an office Tenure The process of finding and hiring the best-qualified candidate (from within or outside of an organization) for a job opening: Recruitment Provide the terms matching the following definitions: A principle of justice holding that decisions should be based on objective criteria, rather than on the basis of bias, prejudice, or preferring the

benefit to one person over another for improper reasons: Impartiality A threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule. Sanction A body of laws which deal with employment and non-employment, wages, working conditions, industrial relations, social security and labour welfare of employed persons Labour legislation Provide the terms matching the following definitions: A legally binding agreement between two or more parties Contract A period during which your character and abilities are tested to see

whether you are suitable for a job Trial period The ability to move between different levels in society or employment Mobility Provide the terms matching the following definitions: The process of putting a decision or plan into effect; execution. Implementation The degree to which something is successful in producing a desired result; success. Effectiveness The state or quality of being able to accomplish something with the least waste of time and effort; competency in performance

Efficiency Provide the terms matching the following definitions: The obligation of an individual or organization to answer for its activities, accept responsibility for them, and to disclose the results in a transparent manner. It also includes the responsibility for money or other entrusted property: Accountability Match the verbs with the appropriate nouns Submit to

account hold examinations meet value grant Intervew (2x)

Take into opportunities undergo requirements deliver initiative take

assumptions challenge responsibility take Answer the following: 1. How can ethics be defined? 2. What is ethics concerned with? 3. What is administrative ethics? 4. What kind of standards does a code of ethics create? 5. What are the positive outcomes of good ethics in public

administration? 6. What does good communication between the public administration and the public ensure? Fill in the missing words: Adhering, code, ethics, moral, professional, rules, state Ethics are the ____________that define ________conduct according to the ideology of a specific group. Moreover, ___________in public administration is important for good _____________conduct based on the needs of a specific town, _________or country. _____________to a ___________of ethics can work within such parameters. Key Ethics are the rules that define moral conduct according to the ideology of a specific group. Moreover, ethics in public administration

are important for good business conduct based on the needs of a specific town, state or country. Adhering to a code of ethics can work within such parameters. Fill in the missing words: administration, accountability, code, fair, integrity, public, trust Ethics provide _____________ between the public and the ___________. Adhering to a ____________of ethics ensures that the public receives what it needs in a __________ manner. It also gives the administration guidelines for ___________ in their operations. That integrity, in turn, helps foster the _________of the community. By creating this atmosphere of trust, the administration helps the ____________ understand that they are working with their best interests in mind

Key Ethics provide accountability between the public and the administration. Adhering to a code of ethics ensures that the public receives what it needs in a fair manner. It also gives the administration guidelines for integrity in their operations. That integrity, in turn, helps foster the trust of the community. By creating this atmosphere of trust, the administration helps the public understand that they are working with their best interests in mind Provide the terms matching the definitions: A branch of philosophy which seeks to address questions about morality Ethics

A civil servants sense of duty to serve Public service motivation The state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc Commitment Required or expected to justify actions or decisions; responsible accountable Provide the terms matching the definitions: A written set of guidelines issued by an organization to its workers and management to help them conduct their actions in accordance with its primary values and ethical standards Code of ethics The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles

Integrity The quality of being open to public scrutiny Transparency Fair and impartial Equitable Provide the terms matching the following definitions: The basic principles and laws of a nation, state, or social group that determine the powers and duties of the government and guarantee certain rights to the people Constitution

Answering readily and sympathetically to appeals, efforts, influences Responsive Action favouring those who tend to suffer from discrimination; positive discrimination Affirmative action Combine the verbs with the appropriate nouns verb noun create

information enter basis observe Code of ethics Carry out Public interest

enforce Public service provide standards serve tasks withold

Law (3x) Adher to trust foster confidence respect standards

Translate into Croatian Public administration ethics is rooted in duty in the sense that persons who seek positions in government or non-profit organizations (or who pursue educational programmes to prepare themselves for such positions) are commonly motivated by a sense of duty to serve, sometimes called the public service motivation. They wish to help others, to benefit society, or to serve the public interest. Translate into Croatian Additionally, a code of ethics creates standards of professionalism that co-workers in the public sector can expect from each other and the public can also expect the same from their leaders. With a strong code of ethics in public administration, leaders have the guidelines

they need to carry out their tasks and inspire their employees to enforce laws in a professional and equitable manner.

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