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Paige L. Moore; Ratna Okhai – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
This simulation provides public administration, public policy, and management students and practitioners with an immersive disaster scenario. The table-top exercise provides an example of how municipal leaders can prepare for disaster scenarios and the importance of embedding social equity into disaster response. Additionally, it provides an…
Descriptors: Crisis Management, Natural Disasters, Emergency Programs, American Indians
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Meagan M. Jordan; Vickie Tyler Carnegie; Ron Carlee – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
The effective public sector must facilitate relationships between the government and the public that reflect the increasing cultural diversity of their communities. With the reality of increasing diversity and heightened awareness of the impact of public policies within this expanding reality, public service programs must prepare future public and…
Descriptors: Masters Degrees, Public Administration Education, Public Sector, Equal Education
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Sebawit G. Bishu; Sean McCandless – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Traditional MPA programs that deliver public affairs education often use gender blind pedagogies. Gender blind pedagogies maintain that organizational practices and decision-making processes are gender neutral and have similar outcomes to both men and women who engage in public service. Gender neutral assumptions in PA education perpetuate gender…
Descriptors: Sex, Public Affairs Education, Gender Issues, Sex Fairness
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Annie Miller; Hope Yohn; Maren B. Trochmann – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Classroom environments, virtual and face-to-face, are changing; we are moving to focus more explicitly on students' health and well-being and to ensure we actively promote anti-racist educational environments for students. This paper examines how we can enshrine those lessons into academic programs by institutionalizing a trauma-responsive…
Descriptors: College Students, College Instruction, Trauma Informed Approach, Educational Practices
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Del M. N. Bharath; Karen D. Sweeting; Chevanese Samms Brown – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Transgender (trans) rights are human rights; however, human resource management (HRM) policies often do not consider implications for non-binary gender equity. Instead, trans employees often face adverse working conditions, including discrimination, harassment, and marginalization--a critical HRM issue. As the workforce diversifies, HRM…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Sexuality, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Work Environment
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Bruce D. McDonald III; William Hatcher; Hunter Bacot; Michelle D. Evans; Sean A. McCandless; Lindsey M. McDougle; Sarah L. Young; Ian C. Elliott; Rachel Emas; Elaine Yi Lu; Michaela E. Abbott; Domonic A. Bearfield; RaJade M. Berry-James; Brandi Blessett; Erin L. Borry; John Diamond; Amiee L. Franklin; Tia Sheree Gaynor; Ting Gong; Doug Goodman; Mary E. Guy; Jeremy L. Hall; Megan Hatch; Myung H. Jin; Meagan M. Jordan; Jamie Levine Daniel; Jeannine M. Love; Craig S. Maher; Charles Menifield; Janine O'Flynn; Rosemary O'Leary; Peng Liu; Cristian Pliscoff; Gabriel Puron-Cid; Sara R. Rinfret; Jessica E. Sowa; Edmund C. Stazyk; Kendra Stewart; Ador R. Torneo; Kimberly K. Wiley; Yahong Zhang – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Two essential questions for those leading the field of public administration are: What do we teach our students, and how do we train them? As scholars, we pay significant attention to our research, often to the detriment of recognizing the potential for merging our research with teaching through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).…
Descriptors: Public Administration, Scholarship, College Faculty, Educational Research
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Charles Menifield; Vernise Estorcien; Jean-Claude Ndongo; Merlene-Patrice Quispe; Bruce D. McDonald – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
The need to improve diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) efforts has reached monumental heights in the past decade as a result of the Black Lives Matter movement and other DEIA efforts. This shift in thought has impacted recruitment and hiring practices in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. For years, universities have…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, School Holding Power, College Faculty, Minority Group Teachers
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Robin J. Kempf; Reeti Sharma – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Using fictional literature in public administration classrooms has been advocated by public administration educators since the middle of the past century. Stories are asserted to be a legitimate tool to understand social systems, management models, and ethical dilemmas. It is argued that fictional literature influences how students perceive the…
Descriptors: Fiction, Public Administration Education, Instructional Materials, Theory Practice Relationship
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Ian C. Elliott; Paul Joyce; Sofiane Sahraoui – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
The civil service has seen dramatic changes over the last 50 years, symbolized by the shift from Traditional Public Administration, to New Public Management and now New Public Governance. Likewise, the role and nature of people management functions has changed with the development of Strategic HR and Human Resource Development (HRD). Finally, the…
Descriptors: Government Employees, Public Administration Education, Professional Development, Higher Education
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Staci M. Zavattaro; Clayton Schuneman; Sharon H. Mastracci – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Aspects of public service often involve tasks sometimes considered taboo, including working with grit, grime, blood, guts, grease, and stigmatized populations. Yet scholarship in our field directly incorporating dirty work remains limited yet growing. Importantly, if MPA students are not trained in how to work with and manage public sector…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Masters Programs, Graduate Students, Theory Practice Relationship
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Sara Rinfret; Eric Wise – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Public administration courses often use the pillars of public administration (e.g., efficiency, effectiveness, equity, economy, accountability, responsiveness) as foundational concepts across our core curriculum. However, our public administration curriculum is alarmingly absent of conversations about emotional labor. Put simply, emotional labor…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Psychological Patterns, Emotional Response, Self Management
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Jean Johnstone; Michael O'Hare – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
The intersection of arts and public policy is three-dimensional. A multitude of direct subsidy, regulatory, and support programs are advocated and managed as "arts policy," but a wide variety of non-arts-targeted realms such as tax law, public education, public health, and urban development and housing programs importantly influence…
Descriptors: Fine Arts, Public Policy, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
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Rubens Pauluzzo; Paolo Fedele; Elisabetta Pericolo; Irina Dokalskaya – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Public sector accounting education (PSAE) has recently attracted increasing attention from both scholars and practitioners. Nonetheless, there is still an education/practice gap that undermines public servants' ability to face the complexity of the current working environment. This paper reviews and critiques the PSAE literature, identifies the…
Descriptors: Public Sector, Accounting, Business Administration Education, Educational Research
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Alexis R. Kennedy – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2024
Despite Minnowbrook's call in 1968, social equity has been slow to be incorporated into public administration scholarship, teaching, and practice. However, recently, more organizations have promoted a social equity lens in their missions, strategic plans, budgets, hiring decisions, programs, and policies. As a pillar of public administration, this…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Social Justice, Position Papers, Advocacy
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Rinfret, Sara R.; Forster, Elizabeth – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2023
Public administration faculty commonly use discussion forums in their asynchronous courses to engage students about course content. However, the typical pedagogical approach for online discussions forums is for the professor to post questions and students respond, in writing. In this paper, we suggest public administration classes should consider…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Discussion, Public Administration Education, Electronic Learning
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