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  • Modern Political Thought
    17 2014 PLEASE do not wait until the last minute to start this project You may select your topic from the list below First you may select one of the following thinkers R G Collingwood Francis Fukuyama John H Hallowell Lee Harris F A Hayek Samuel P Huntington Paul Kennedy Harold Laski Ludwig von Mises Hans Morganthau Carroll Quigley John Rawls Jean Francois Revel Ellis Sandoz Roger Scruton Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Pitirim Sorokin Thomas Sowell Oswald Spengler Leo Strauss Arnold Toynbee Eric Voegelin Richard M Weaver George Will OR you may choose one of the following topics The political ramifications of the Protestant Reformation The art of war Sun Tzu Machiavelli von Clauswitz Democracy pro s con s Fascism Nazism National Socialism The German Catastrophe Islamism Which is better The presidential or parliamentary form of government I also am willing to entertain a proposal from you just be sure to consult with me beforehand IX Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Murray State University endorses the intent of all federal and state laws created to prohibit discrimination Murray State University does not discriminate on the basis of race color national origin gender sexual orientation religion age veteran status or disability in employment admissions or the provision of services and provides upon request reasonable accommodation including auxiliary aids and services necessary to afford individuals with disabilities equal access to participate in all programs and activities For more information contact the Director of Equal Opportunity 103 Wells Hall 270 809 3155 voice 270 809 3361 TDD sabrina dial murraystate edu X Students with Disabilities The Office of Student Disability Services OSDS is designed to coordinate and administer services and accommodations for students with documented disabilities In doing so OSDS will review disability documentation meet with students to determine appropriate reasonable accommodations and work with other areas on campus to implement services Their goal is to provide individuals with disabilities access to programs services and activities at Murray State University Contact Information Velvet Wilson Director 423 Wells Hall Murray State University Murray KY 42071 270 809 5737 velvet wilson murraystate edu XI Policy on Academic Honesty Approved by the MSU Board of Regents June 1 2012 Murray State University takes seriously its moral and educational obligation to maintain high standards of academic honesty and ethical behavior Instructors are expected to evaluate students academic achievements accurately as well as ascertain that work submitted by students is authentic and the result of their own efforts and consistent with established academic standards Students are obligated to respect and abide by the basic standards of personal and professional integrity Violations of Academic Honesty include Cheating Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized information such as books notes study aids or other electronic online or digital devices in any academic exercise as well as unauthorized communication of information by any means to or from others during any academic exercise Fabrication and Falsification Intentional alteration or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise Falsification involves changing information whereas

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  • Senior Seminar in Political Science
    free practice LSAT Other publishers have practice quizzes on line Research Paper The purpose of this requirement is to affirm that you know how to write present and defend a scholarly research paper in political science by demonstrating that you have done so It should be of high quality and represent your very best effort It would be preferable that you submit a revision of a paper you have written in a previous semester in this case submit the original or a xerox copy of the original along with your revision but you may submit one you are writing this semester if necessary If you decide to submit a revision please allow me to see and approve the original In either case go to the Characteristics statement and use this paper to demonstrate your mastery of its eight parts as much as you can Also if you use a paper you are writing this semester let me know what you have decided to do and allow me to approve your topic as soon as possible You will be expected to present your papers during Scholars Week in the presence of departmental faculty and your fellow students Please note 1 a book review is not a research paper 2 a research paper is not a book review and 3 a scholarly book is not a novel Your paper should be 20 25 pages in length It should be correctly referenced with a bibliography of at least 15 sources not all of which come from the internet and be careful about those and written in compliance with the American Political Science Association style manual which may be accessed via the internet click here You should also adhere to my Tips on Good Writing as well as Citation Guide for Internet Resources Evaluating Web Resources and Plagiarism which can be downloaded from my homepage Any paper which does not meet these minimal criteria will not be accepted Please remember this paper should represent your best work It will be placed in your permanent departmental file Class policies There are nine complete and total prohibitions 1 talking to one another when it is time for class to begin or after it has begun 2 the use of profane vulgar or otherwise inappropriate language in class 3 iPhones CD players iPods or similar electronic devices 4 coming to class with nothing to write on or write with 5 eating in class 6 habitual tardiness 7 reading or studying other material or doing homework for another class 8 leaving or preparing to leave before class is dismissed and 9 texting cell phones and pagers which sound in class Please turn off and put away all cell phones iPhones iPads laptops etc when class begins Sie sind verboten Thanks If you wish to record any or all classes please consult with me beforehand One should not record anything without the foreknowledge and consent of those being recorded Academic Honesty Murray State University takes seriously its moral and

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  • Session Codes
    5 0 October 3 2008 November 1 2008 CE 5 0 November 7 2008 December 10 2008 DE 1 0 September 25 2009 September 26 2009 DF 1 0 October 2 2009 October 3 2009 DH 6 0 October 3 2008 November 9 2008 DK 6 0 October 3 2008 November 9 2008 EA 10 0 August 20 2008 October 25 2008 EB 10 0 August 25 2008 November 1 2008 FF 16 0 August 19 2009 December 4 2009 5A 5 0 August 19 2009 September 25 2009 5M 5 0 November 3 2008 December 5 2008 Spring Semester Session Codes Session Code Duration Weeks Begin Date End Date AA 8 0 January 11 2010 March 3 2010 BB 8 0 March 4 2010 April 30 2010 CA 16 0 January 15 2010 April 9 2010 CB 15 0 January 22 2010 April 3 2010 FF 16 0 January 11 2010 April 30 2010 Summer Semester Session Codes Session Code Duration Weeks Begin Date End Date SA 2 0 May 10 2010 May 21 2010 SB 2 0 June 14 2010 June 29 2010 SD 2 0 July 12 2010 July 27 2010 SF 5 0 May 27 2010

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  • Location Code
    HS COVTON CRITTN Crittenden Co HS CSTARC Costa Rica CYPRUS CZECRP DENMRK DWSNSP Dawson Springs HS ECUADR Ecuador ERLNGR ETOWN FLORNC Florence Italy FLRNCE FLTNCO Fulton Co HS FRANCE France FTCAMP Fort Campbell GRAVES GREECE Greece GTOWN HAZARD HBS Hancock Bio Station HEATH Heath HS HICKMN Hickman Co HS HNDRSN Henderson HNGKNG Hong Kong HOPVIL Hopkinsville not Ft Campbell IRELND Ireland ITALY Italy JAMAIC JAPAN Japan JPGUNC JPMED KANCTY KET KET LBL Land Between The Lakes LONDON London England LONE LOUISV Louisville U of L LVNSTN LXNGTN Lexington LYON Lyon County HS MADVIL Madisonville not Trover MARION Marion IL MARSHL Marshall Co HS MAYFLD Mayfield HS MAYSVL MCCH Murray Cal Co Hosp MCCRCK MEMPHS Memphis MEXICO Mexico MGC Miller Golf Course MOREHD MOROCO MUHLS MUNICH Munich Germany MURHS NEWPRT NEWZLD New Zealand OUTWOD Outwood OWENSB Owensboro OXFORD Oxford PADUCH Paducah not Heath Reidland PARIS Paris TN PNTSV POLAND PRNCTN Princeton PUERTO Puerto Rico REGBRG Regensburg Germany REIDLD Reidland HS RICHMD ROME Rome Italy SALYRS SALZBG Salzburg Austria SCMC SCOTLD Scotland SHLBY SKOREA SOMSET SPAIN Spain STJUDE St Jude Hosp THAI TILGHM TRIGG Trigg Co High School TROVER Trover Clinic TURKY UKRAIN UNION Union Co HS VIENNA WASHDC Washington D C

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  • Public Personnel Administration
    half of your paper 4 What contribution if any does this book make to the study of public personnel administration 5 What is your general assessment of the book Is it well written Are the author s conclusions easy to follow Is his argument clear Would you recommend the book Why Written book reports by graduate students should consist of 10 12 typewritten pages and should conform to generally accepted standards of style They should be done in a highly competent and professional manner Footnotes need not be put at the bottom of the page but may be inserted as page references throughout the test of your report since you will be dealing with only one book You should however be certain to insert page references frequently in order to relate your report to the book properly this means that more than direct quotations should be referenced A book review should consist of more than piecing together a series of quotations copied from the book you need to demonstrate that you have read the book that you know and understand what is in it and that you have analyzed it to reach some conclusions about the validity of its arguments Book To Be Reviewed Michael Mantell Ticking Bombs Defusing Violence in the Workplace Irwin 1994 265 pp 25 00 hardback Schedule of Assignments Assignments not in text are available at the Waterfield Library January 16 Organizational session January 23 Lee chapters 1 Introduction 2 Patronage and the Merit Principle and all passages on the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 see index p 412 Also see Omnibus Civil Service Reform Act of 1996 H R 3841 Ronald T Crouch The Aging Workforce Demographic Changes in the 1990 s and Beyond Anne Freedman Doing Battle with the Patronage Army Politics Courts and Personnel Administration in Chicago Public Administration Review PAR v 48 5 September October 1988 pp 847 859 January 30 Siegrun Fox Freyss Municipal Government Personnel Systems A Test of Two Archtypical Models Review of Public Personnel Administration RPPA v 15 4 Fall 1995 pp 69 93 Lee chapter 3 Organizational and Job Design Position Classification and Personnel Planning USOPM Factor Evaluation System Job Audit Questionnaires American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees AFSCME v State of Washington 770 F 2d 1401 1985 Jonathan Tompkins Comparable Worth and Job Evaluation Validity Public Administration Review PAR v 47 3 May June 1987 pp 254 258 February 06 Lee chapter 4 Pay Benefits Joanne Desky City Employers Increasingly Recognize Domestic Partners Public Administration Times January 1 1993 William J Woska Pay for Time Not Worked A Public Sector Budget Dilemma PAR v 48 1 January February 1988 pp 551 556 Annetta Miller et al Can You Afford to Get Sick Newsweek January 30 1989 pp 44 52 Ron Winslow How Local Businesses Got Together to Cut Memphis Health Costs Wall Street Journal February 4 1992 Preston Whitson Tulsa s Move to Managed Care Public Personnel Management PPM v 24 2 Summer

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  • Labor Law and Public Policy
    the legislation cited below organize your thoughts around the following questions 1 What problem s was it intended to address 2 What group s was it intended to benefit or protect 3 How did it do this 4 What agency was given enforcement jurisdiction 5 How effective has it been Have there been unforeseen consequences both good and bad I Introduction U S Constitution Article I Under Findlaw go to U S Constitution Article I section 8 clause 3 then go back to Article I under Annotations then to Clause 3 Commerce Power Marbury v Madison 5 US 137 1803 McCulloch v Maryland 17 US 316 1819 Gibbons v Ogden 22 US 1 1824 II Unionization and Collective Bargaining Landmark legislation and cases Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 15 USC 1 ch 1 monopolies and combinations in restraint of trade In re Debs 158 US 564 1895 Loewe v Lawlor 208 US 274 1908 Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914 29 USC 52 53 Lawlor v Loewe 235 US 522 1915 Hitchman Coal Coke Co v Mitchell 245 US 229 1917 Duplex Printing Press v Deering 254 US 443 1921 Railway Labor Act of 1926 45 USC 151 164 Norris LaGuardia Act of 1932 29 USC 101 115 Labor Management Relations Act of 1947 29 USC 141 197 includes the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 NLRB v Jones Laughlin Steel Corp 301 US 1 1937 Labor Management Reporting Disclosure Act of 1959 29 USC 401 531 Examine the National Labor Relations Board website thoroughly Who is Covered Phelps Dodge Corp v NLRB 313 US 177 1941 NLRB v Gissel Packing Co 395 US 575 1969 H K Porter Co v NLRB 397 US 99 1970 Bayside Enterprises v NLRB 429 US 298 1977 NLRB v Yeshiva University 444 US 672 1980 NLRB v Hendricks County Rural Electric 454 US 170 1981 Unit determination Packard Motor Co v NLRB 330 US 485 1947 South Prairie Construction v Operating Engineers 425 US 800 1976 Duty of fair representation Vaca v Sipes 386 US 171 1967 Bowen v United States Postal Service 459 US 212 1983 Service fees and the agency shop Abood v Detroit Board of Education 431 US 209 1977 Ellis v Railway Clerks 466 US 435 1984 Chicago Teachers v Hudson 475 US 292 1986 Communications Workers v Beck 487 US 735 1988 Lehnert v Ferris Faculty Association 500 US 507 1991 Many unions and locals have their own websites The URL usually but not always is the initials followed by dot org i e www aflcio org www uaw org www afscme org Please familiarize yourself with some of their webpages III Workplace Standards Wages and hours Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 29 USC 201 219 Davis Bacon Act 40 USC 276a 276d2 Equal Pay Act of 1963 29 USC 206d EEOC regulations 1620 1621 via EEOC website Examine Department of Labor official website especially Wage and Hours Division 29 CFR 505 794 passim Auer v Robbins US

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  • Administrative Development and Organizational Theory
    old classics and is well worth reading in its entirety 6 Douglas McGregor Search AltaVista go to 1 BOLA Background then click first icon at bottom of page for Theory X and Y download and read both 7 Charles Perrow Complex Organizations chapters 2 and 3 except pp 62 78 III Modern Managerial Perspectives 1 Joseph L Bower Effective Public Management Harvard Business Review HBR March April 1977 pp 131 140 2 Lau et al The Nature of Managerial Work in the Public Sector Public AdministrationReview PAR September October 1980 pp 513 520 3 Gabarro and Kotter Managing Your Boss HBR January February 1980 pp 92 100 4 C Brooklyn Derr Managing Organizational Conflict California Management Review Winter 1978 pp 76 82 5 Theodore Caplow Crisis Management Managing An Organization 2nd ed New York Holt Rinehart Winston 1983 pp 37 40 This entire book is well worth reading 6 Robert Behn Leadership in an Era of Retrenchment and Robert Biller Leadership Tactics for Retrenchment PAR November December 1980 pp 603 609 7 John P Kotter Leading Change Why Transformation Efforts Fail HBR March April 1995 8 James E Swiss Adapting Total Quality Management TQM to Government PAR July August 1992 pp 356 362 9 Robert S Kravchuk The New Connecticut Lowell Weicker and the Process of Administartive Reform PAR July August 1993 pp 329 339 IV Leadership 1 Terence R Mitchell and William G Scott Leadership Failures the Distrusting Public and Prospects for the Administrative State PAR November December 1987 pp 445 452 2 Michael S Frank The Essence of Leadership Public Personnel Management PPM fall 1993 pp 381 390 3 Jameson W Doig and Erwin C Hargrove Leadership and Political Analysis Chapter 1 in Leadership and Innovation Entrepreneurs in Government Johns Hopkins Univertsity Press 1990 abridged edition pp 1 22 This entire book is well worth reading 4 Carl von Clauswitz The Genius for War Chapter III in On War London Penguin Classics 1968 1982 pp 138 158 Originally published as Vom Kriege in German in 1832 This entire book is well worth reading especially by military personnel 5 John D Millet Leadership Chapter 2 in Management in the Public Service The Quest for Effective Performance New York McGraw Hill 1954 pp 33 54 6 Douglas McGregor Leadership Part II in Leadership and Motivation Cambridge MIT Press 1966 pp 49 80 7 Karen J Winkler Eisenhower Revised from a Do Nothing to an Arch Manipulator a Low Key Leader Chronicle of Higher Education January 30 1985 pp 5 et seq V Decision Making 1 Barnard Ch XIII 2 Banfield The Decision Making Schema PAR Autumn 1957 pp 278 285 Enter Simon into AltaVista and Amazon 3 Lindblom The Science of Muddling Through PAR Spring 1959 pp 79 88 4 Dror Muddling Through Science or Inertia PAR September 1964 pp 153 157 See also Lindblom s reply immediately following 5 Etzioni Mixed Scanning A Third Approach to Decision Making PAR November December 1968 pp 385 392 6 Lindblom Still Muddling

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  • Seminar in Public Sector Labor Relations
    Note on case analyses Outside written work will consist of two case analyses Instructions will be distributed separately Be sure to follow my Tips on Good Writing Academic Dishonesty The policy adopted by the Murray State University Board of Regents on February 14 1975 and reprinted on page 32 of the 1996 1997 Graduate Bulletin is hereby incorporated into this syllabus Failure to abide by this policy will result in serious consequences Relevant Web Sites www law cornell edu www catalaw com www fac org default asp www whowhere com Govt main html www ilr cornell edu www dol gov www nara gov www aspanet org member sections spalr htm www lycos com government www nlrb gov www flra gov www fmcs gov index html www bls gov www bna com www govexec com www heritage org heritage labor thomas loc gov Oyez Oyez Oyez US Supreme Court Database The homepage of most labor unions can be found by typing in their initials followed by org to wit American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees would be http www afscme org FindLaw Internet Legal Resources Schedule of Assignments August 29 Organizational session September 05 Kearney chapter 1 Robert W Galloway Why Workers Join Unions Texas Town City February 1978 pp 11 12 National Labor Relations Act Wagner Act of 1935 49 Stat 449 Labor Management Relations Act Taft Hartley Act of 1947 as amended 61 Stat 136 73 Stat 519 September 12 Kennedy President John F Employee Management Cooperation in the Federal Services Executive Order 109088 January 17 1962 Nixon President Richard M Labor Management Relations in the Federal Service Executive Order 11491 October 29 1969 Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 Title VII Federal Service Labor management Relations 92 Stat 1191 Kearney chapter 2 September 19 AFSCME v Woodward 406 F 2d 137 1969 City of Charlotte v Local 660 IAFF 426 U S 283 1976 United Federation of Postal Clerks v Blount 325 F Supp 879 1971 Winfield H Rose Recent Developments in Public Sector Labor Relations Law The Garcia Jackson Transit Bowen and Chicago Teachers Cases Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector 17 3 1988 pp 209 221 Lehnert v Ferris Faculty Association 500 U S 507 1991 September 26 Illinois Public Labor Relations Act Public Act 83 1012 as amended by HB 1528 1985 Bronfenbrener and Juravich Union Organizing in the Public Sector An Analysis of State and Local Elections Concentrate text rather than tables Kearney chapter 3 Joel M Douglas Collective Bargaining and Public Sector Supervisors Public Administration Review PAR November December 1987 47 6 pp 485 497 October 03 Llewellyn M Toulmin The Treasure Hunt Budget Search Behavior by Public Employee Unions PAR March April 1988 48 2 pp 620 630 Irving Knickerbocker and Douglas McGregor Union Management Cooperation A Psycyhological Analysis Personnel 19 3 1942 pp 520 539 Kearney chapter 4 October 10 Kearney chapter 5 Richard C Elling Civil Service Collective Bargaining and Personnel Related Impediments to Effective State

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