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Darwin Correspondence Project
(American Library Association, 2013-09)
Review of the Darwin Correspondence Project web site, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/
Administration Without Consideration: Public Administration’s Oversight of Children
(Administrative Theory & Praxis, 2013-12)
American children regularly encounter government through routine interactions with public administrators. Because of the unique nature of working with children, these interactions differ from those with adults. Although ...
Bible Politics: Denial, Division, & Exclusion in the 19th Century Religious Publishing Industry
(Museum of Biblical Art, 2013)
My essay considers the question, “When did people of African descent in the New World begin to own personal copies of the Christian Bible?” This question focuses on the widespread distribution of Bibles by Evangelical ...
The Policy Landscape of Sexual Orientation
(Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, 19(1), 5-18., 2013)
This paper examines the intersection of public administration and sexual orientation through a policy process framework that combines the stages model of policymaking and elements of the policy streams metaphor. Within ...
Examining theories of public-private sector collaboration: health care for people with disabilities in emergency management
As Americans observed in horror the incidents in Japan following a major earthquake followed by a tsunami and then a nuclear disaster, it is important to assess emergency planning effectiveness for all citizens, particularly ...
Use of performance measurement information in a federal agency: a comparative case study analysis
The use of performance measurement information has been examined in public administration literature for decades; however, the focus has been state and local government agencies. How performance measurement information ...
Variables of change : the DOD/DHS relationship in a domestic disaster environment
This study looked at the relationship between the Departments of Defense (DOD) and Homeland Security (DHS). Moreover, it reviewed the interface between their two subordinate organizations with primacy over domestic ...
An examination of the historical time-period and socio-cultural factors that influence use and non-use of information and communication technologies by older, working-class Black Americans
The United States Administration on Aging (2011) predicts that over the next forty years the number of people 65 and older will double and the number of people 85 and older will triple. Meanwhile, technology is becoming ...