Bureaucracy Notes

Social esteem and status convention a the public

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Unformatted text preview: scribed course of training” Prerequisite of employment “The political official, at least in the fully developed modern state, is not considered the personal servant of a ruler.” The official’s role does not establish a relationship to a person, but rather is devoted to impersonal and functional purposes. Loyal to office, not position. 2. The Social Position of the Official A. Social esteem and status convention: a. The public official always...
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