Publications Tagged as Gender

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    Journal Article Gender

    The invisible challenges: Gender differences among public administration faculty

    Beth M. Rauhaus
    Isla A. Schuchs Carr
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    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...

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    Journal Article Doctoral

    An analysis of gender differences in public administration doctoral dissertation research

    Jung Ah (Claire) Yun
    Lindsey M. McDougle
    Madinah F. Hamidullah
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    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...

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    Journal Article Research

    Why gender and research productivity matters in academia: Exploring evidence from NASPAA-accredited schools

    Gina Scutelnicu
    Hillary J. Knepper
    Rebecca Tekula
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    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...

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    Journal Article Cultural Competency

    Gender competency in public administration education

    Maria D'Agostino
    Nicole M. Elias
    Teaching Public Administration

    Sex and gender are evolving identity categories with emergent public policy and administration needs. To respond to the diverse landscape of sex and gender issues in the public sector, greater...

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    Journal Article Doctoral

    Supporting women scholars’ paths to academia: An examination of family-friendly policies of public affairs doctoral programs

    Candice Pippin Bodkin
    Casey J. Fleming
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Despite earning roughly half the doctoral degrees in public administration, women remain underrepresented in public affairs programs, particularly in senior positions. Studies describe a leaky...

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    Journal Article Inclusion

    Gender in negotiation: Preparing public administrators for the 21st century workplace

    Helisse Levine
    Maria D'Agostino
    Meghna Sabharwal
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    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...

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    Journal Article Cultural Competency

    Including women in public affairs departments: Diversity is not enough

    Jessica Sowa
    Lauren Hamilton Edwards
    Maja Holmes
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    The representation of women in faculty roles within universities broadly and within public affairs departments specifically has been evolving over the past three decades. However, diversifying gender...

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    Journal Article Program Direction

    Gender Differences in the Leadership Styles of MPA Directors

    Helisse Levine
    Maria D'Agostino
    Meghna Sabharwal
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    A growing body of literature has documented leadership styles by gender. This study examines if directors of Master of Public Administration (MPA) programs accredited by the Network of Schools of...

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    Journal Article Program Direction

    Gender and the Role of Directors of Public Administration and Policy Programs

    Bonnie Stabile
    Catherine Kuerbitz
    Jessica Terman
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    This article examines the role of gender as it relates to director positions in Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Public Policy (MPP) programs. It specifically investigates whether...