Protocol restricts their abilities to treat things on a case by case basis Key

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bureaucrats are limited to how responsive they may be. Protocol restricts their abilities to treat things on a case-by- case basis. Key Points · Street-level bureaucrats cause a great deal of public controversy due to debates over their scope and function and the impact they have on people’s lives. · Street-level bureaucrats, such as police officers, teachers, and health workers are familiar to the people they serve, but not necessarily as accountable as people would like them to be. · Street-level bureaucracies directly affect people and change their lives, which provides people with hope that these bureaucrats will help them on an individual basis. · Street-level bureaucrats provide a “visible, accessible, and blamable, collective target.” Your Opinion
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Include four to six sentences that reflect your opinion about the information in the article. GO TO PAGE 2 FOR INSTRUCTIONS . Instructions for Article Summary Your article must be on a topic that is similar to the material covered in the chapter for that week. The article must be long enough that you have enough information for an adequate summary and the key points. If you are unsure if the article is appropriate, please send me a link to the article, and I will let you know. Your summary should be in the format above. Use Times New Roman 12 point font and 1” margins. Include your name and date as a header in the top right corner of your paper. The summary itself should be 8-10 sentences in length and be a summary of the article. Do not simply repeat sentences that are in the article. You need 3 to 5 main points from your article. Do not simply repeat what you have in the summary. These main points
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should be one complete sentence each. Each key point must be a complete thought. Your opinion is to appear at the end and consists of 4 to 6 sentences about what you think of the information in the article. If you write something simple such as, “I agree with the author.”, that does not count as one of your sentences. You must include a link to your article.
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  • Spring '11
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  • Government, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Michael Lipsky, Street-Level Bureaucracy, 1980 Link

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