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Sun, Chunxia; Bwanali, Thomson Raphael; Berry, Frances; Yi, Hongtao – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2021
The article assesses internationalization of Public Administration education in China based on international students' perceptions toward forms of the educational institution's internationalization. Research for the article was quantitatively based on a case study of one of the Chinese institutions of higher learning offering Public Administration…
Descriptors: International Education, Public Administration, Case Studies, Correlation
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Stewart, Amanda; Walk, Marlene; Kuenzi, Kerry – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2021
Given increasingly crowded education marketplaces, an emerging perspective views education as a marketable product and seeks to explain what drives loyalty of alumni. Satisfaction has been used as an indicator of education quality and resides in a complex relationship of factors pertaining to students and institutions. The nonprofit graduate…
Descriptors: Alumni, Reputation, Educational Quality, Nonprofit Organizations
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Dolamore, Stephanie – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2021
Teaching workplace communication is vitally important as we expect public servants to have the skills to draft, review, and revise written communication materials. Less explicitly demanded, and more often implicitly expected, we assume public servants know how to respond to individuals with empathy while also meeting technical obligations, such as…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Business Communication, Government Employees, Writing Skills
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Meares, Wesley – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2021
Public administration scholarship of teaching and learning has given little attention to planning curriculum, despite that planning is becoming more relevant to public administrators. This notion of increasing importance can be perceived at all levels of government, but it is most visible at the local level. The purpose of this research is to…
Descriptors: Planning, Public Administration, Public Administration Education, Curriculum
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Ni, Anna Ya; Van Wart, Montgomery; Medina, Pamela; Collins, Kimberly; Silvers, Ernest; Pei, Hang – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2021
What do MPA students value in online education and what do they think would improve online learning experiences in an MPA program? Ironically, few studies have tried to derive more than a couple of factors in a single study. Integrating the key concepts from across the literature, the perceptions about an array of quality factors were identified…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Graduate Students, Adults, Public Affairs Education
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Rauhaus, Beth M.; Carr, Isla A. Schuchs – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
Female faculty members in public service programs take on a disproportionate amount of advising and mentoring responsibilities yet are less likely to be in leadership positions at universities. Women in the discipline may have additional responsibilities in mentoring not only their students, but also other faculty, advocating for social and/or…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Gender Differences, Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment
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Knepper, Hillary J.; Scutelnicu, Gina; Tekula, Rebecca – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
This study is the first to examine the research productivity of public administration faculty by gender through the perceptions of full-time faculty members at NASPAA-accredited schools. It specifically examines how research productivity varies by gender according to faculty tenure status and academic rank. This study extends previous research by…
Descriptors: Public Administration, Public Administration Education, College Faculty, Educational Research
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Yun, Jung Ah; Hamidullah, Madinah F.; McDougle, Lindsey M. – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
Using data provided in "ProQuest: Dissertations and Theses: Global" (PQDTGlobal) database from 1890 to 2016, in this study we explore gender differences in historical and contemporary trends in public administration doctoral dissertation research in the United States. Our analysis reveals that not only has the number of women completing…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Public Administration Education, Doctoral Dissertations, Graduate Students
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D'Agostino, Maria; Levine, Helisse; Sabharwal, Meghna – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
This exploratory study questions whether Master of Public Administration programs prepare future public administrators to how gender plays out in negotiations that occur in organizations. Negotiated Order and Second-Generation Bias perspectives provide the theoretical basis to understand that negotiations in organizations may privilege masculine…
Descriptors: Sex Fairness, Gender Differences, Comparable Worth, Negotiation Agreements
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Kuenzi, Kerry; Stewart, Amanda; Walk, Marlene – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
The field of nonprofit education is rapidly growing, but the nonprofit literature has a noticeable gap about the impact of nonprofit education degree programs on their graduates, the organizations that employ them, and the wider nonprofit sector. This article reports findings from a study investigating the profile and motivations of students…
Descriptors: Nonprofit Organizations, Graduate Students, Alumni, Student Motivation
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Hu, Qian; Zhang, Haibo – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
As the scale and frequency of disasters continues to intensify, public administration programs in both China and the United States are increasingly acknowledging the importance of integrating emergency management into public administration education. After briefly reviewing and comparing their respective emergency management systems, this study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Administration Education, Emergency Programs, Comparative Education
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Li, Huafang; McDougle, Lindsey M.; Gupta, Apoorva – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
Experiential philanthropy is a form of service-learning where students are provided with money (generally from a foundation) to distribute to nonprofit organizations. The pedagogy is intended to teach students not only about philanthropy but also about how to evaluate philanthropic responses to social issues. In recent years, scholars have begun…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Service Learning, Private Financial Support, Higher Education
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Hamidullah, Madinah F.; Astudillo-Rodas, Mauricio – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
Public administration has continued to see the international increase on the graduate level and is beginning to have an increasing interest at the undergraduate level. This article focuses specifically on the development of US-Chinese joint undergraduate degree programs in public affairs education. Joint degree programs are a step beyond study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Study, Public Affairs Education, International Cooperation
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Zhang, Xuefan; Qian, Yanyu – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
Although China has witnessed the rapid growth of public administration (PA) education during recent decades, few studies have focused on the practical issues of lower-level tertiary PA education, namely, PA programs in vocational colleges. The methods that vocational PA programs can apply to improve educational quality are a theoretical gap since…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Public Administration Education, Foreign Countries, Postsecondary Education
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van der Wal, Zeger; Mussagulova, Assel – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2020
Public affairs programs aim to prepare students for public service roles by teaching certain skills and reinforcing prosocial motivations. Studies provide mixed results as to whether these aims are met. What we do not know is whether public administration and public affairs programs in Asia attract students different in their job sector attitudes…
Descriptors: Asians, Public Affairs Education, Public Administration Education, Foreign Countries
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