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Natta Kertsup


The caracteristics of marginal people are different from societal majority such as ethnicity, skin color, religion, ideology, education, and economic and social status that lead to marginality problem. The marginal people are group of people who lack opportunities and rights. These are not as inequal causes for group of marginal people in southern border, group of children are uneducated, and group of people living with HIV. Next, they lack stability in society, negotiation power, education, and devices to access power. Because they were deprived from negotiation power and resource allocation in society. The purpose of this article was to study guideline for problem Solving about marginal people to access public service. The author Synthesize marginal people problems base on New Public Service theory and public management value of Denhardt and Denhardt (2011) in “The New Public Service : Serving, not Steering”. And improvement for in geography, ethnicity, economy, Society, and culture context for marginal people can access public service.

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