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12-U2D1 - Describe situations where a public agency should blend in (melting pot), maintain a distinct cultural identity (salad bowl), or actively embrace and leverage differences (mosaic). SEE DETAILS BELOW
As a public administrator, it is important to know when we want to stand out as a unique entity and when we want to blend in and be part of a whole. At times, we want our agency to be seen as providing something no one else can, and at other times, we want the community to see us as part of a coherent and unified network. Understanding how and when we want to stand out and when we need to blend with others is a component of maximizing our effectiveness as public administrators.
Using the interactive you viewed earlier, Melting Pot Versus Salad Bowl: What the Experts Say About the Menu, and the peer-reviewed sources you located in the first study, describe situations where a public agency should blend in (melting pot), maintain a distinct cultural identity (salad bowl), or actively embrace and leverage differences (mosaic).
In the Kivisto and Faist text, Citizenship: Discourse, Theory, and Transnational Prospects, read Chapter 1, "Introduction," pages 1–13.
- In the Kivisto text, Multiculturalism in a Global Society, read Chapter 2, "The United States as a Melting Pot: Myth and Reality," pages 43–83.
Melting Pot Versus Salad Bowl: What the Experts Say About the Menu to complete the interactive.
- The melting pot is an iconic concept in the story of immigration to the United States. But how valid is it as a description of the process and why are some people calling for it to be retired completely? For more on what the experts say about the melting pot and salad bowl debate, complete this interactive.
- Describe the role of the salad bowl and melting pot constructs in common public values and cultural diversity.
- Relate aspects of culture to citizenship in a global environment within the field of public administration.
- Analyze and discuss the impact of politics, religion, work environment, civic participation, and group involvement on culture and values.
- Interpret issues of communications and diversity as they influence cultural values.
Analyzes course concepts, theories, or materials correctly, using examples or supporting evidence.
Collaborates with fellow learners, relating the discussion to relevant course concepts and extending the dialogue.
Applies relevant professional, personal, or other real-world experiences to extend the dialogue.
Validates position with applicable knowledge.