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Like in almost all developing countries, Uganda hasn’t been an exception of poor quality service delivery (referring to education, health, water and sanitation, infrastructure, etc.) provided by the Government (GoU) to all people. 991 more words
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A similar approach is suggested by Arnould and Thompson (2005), who propose that, in post modern culture, individuals are engaged in a constant task of negotiating meanings from lived and mediated experience as they endeavor to construct and maintain their identity.
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This has obvious macro implications, as it implies that the propensity to engage in co-production will be higher in societies with higher levels of general education and computer linked communications and in societies where there are fewer social or political barriers to the use of such technologies.
Maria Katsonis and Helen Sullivan
In 2013 the Melbourne School of Government and the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet began collaborating on a project to explore the roles, skills and characteristics of the 21st century public servant. 610 more words