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Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project: The Politics And Implications Of Globalization And Gentrification, Yasmin Yoon 2018 Johns Hopkins University

Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project: The Politics And Implications Of Globalization And Gentrification, Yasmin Yoon

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


Unemployment Insurance And The Unemployment Rate: Evidence Across U.S. Counties, Ariel Goldszmidt 2018 University of Chicago

Unemployment Insurance And The Unemployment Rate: Evidence Across U.S. Counties, Ariel Goldszmidt

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


Revamping India’S Answer To The Rohingya Crisis, Arjun Soin 2018 Stanford University

Revamping India’S Answer To The Rohingya Crisis, Arjun Soin

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


The Nuclear Ban Treaty: Advocates, Neutrals, And Opponents In The European Union, Alexis Dorner 2018 Syracuse University

The Nuclear Ban Treaty: Advocates, Neutrals, And Opponents In The European Union, Alexis Dorner

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


Growth Ambitions And Rising Powers: Sino-Indian Asymmetric Balancing In Bilateral, Regional, And Multilateral Settings, Rebecca Lamb 2018 College of William & Mary

Growth Ambitions And Rising Powers: Sino-Indian Asymmetric Balancing In Bilateral, Regional, And Multilateral Settings, Rebecca Lamb

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


Masthead, DUJPEW Editorial Board 2018 Dartmouth College

Masthead, Dujpew Editorial Board

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


Letter From The Editor, DUJPEW Editorial Board 2018 Dartmouth College

Letter From The Editor, Dujpew Editorial Board

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


Volume I | Issue I | Winter/Spring 2018, DUJPEW Editorial Board 2018 Dartmouth College

Volume I | Issue I | Winter/Spring 2018, Dujpew Editorial Board

Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs

No abstract provided.


Volume 1, Issue 2, 2018 James Madison University

Volume 1, Issue 2

International Journal on Responsibility

Contents:

1 – 5 Howard Zehr, Restorative Justice and the Gandhian Tradition.

6 – 34 Richard E. Rubenstein, Responsibility for Peacemaking in the Context of Structural Violence.

35 – 90 Marc Pufong, Terror, Insecurity, State Responsibility and Challenges: Yesterday and Today?

91 – 108 Ron Kraybill, Responsibility, Community and Conflict Resolution in an Age of Polarization.

109 – 136 John Fairfield, Beyond non-violence to courtship.

139 Call for papers for forthcoming issues of the International Journal on Responsibility and instructions for authors.


Security Dilemma In U.S.-China Relations: A Non-Traditional Security Studies Perspective, Jessica Tran 2018 University of San Francisco

Security Dilemma In U.S.-China Relations: A Non-Traditional Security Studies Perspective, Jessica Tran

Master's Theses

Since Former President Barack Obama’s announcement of the Pacific Pivot in 2011, the security dilemma in U.S.-China relations have worsened considerably. Under President Donald Trump’s administration, the shifting of U.S. military focus to the Asia-Pacific region is expected to continue. As the U.S. moves forward with increasing its military presence in the Pacific to counter a perceived “aggressive” China, it may lead to serious consequences. This thesis presents the argument that China’s conception of national security includes the defense of the state from both foreign and domestic threats. Therefore, China’s military developments ...


Journal Of Public Management & Social Policy Call For Manuscripts, 2018 Texas Southern University

Journal Of Public Management & Social Policy Call For Manuscripts

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

No abstract provided.


Improving Transgender Policy For A More Equitable Workplace, Nicole M. Elias, Rana Lynn Johnson, Danny Ovando, Julia Ramirez 2018 City University of New York

Improving Transgender Policy For A More Equitable Workplace, Nicole M. Elias, Rana Lynn Johnson, Danny Ovando, Julia Ramirez

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

Sex and gender categories have become more fluid in recent years. With evolving understandings of sexual orientation and gender identity, public administrators are confronted with questions of how to craft policy and make decisions based on new conceptions of sex and gender for transgender employees. Policy and practice is especially challenging in the workplace where sex and gender encompass both personal and professional dimensions. Within the public sector, the federal government is recognized as a leader on these issues, and this work examines federal transgender policy to answer the following questions: 1) how are federal agencies addressing transgender issues in ...


The Politics Of School Discipline: A Quantitative Analysis Of The Legalization And Use Of Corporal Punishment In The United States, Kaitlin Anderson 2018 Michigan State University

The Politics Of School Discipline: A Quantitative Analysis Of The Legalization And Use Of Corporal Punishment In The United States, Kaitlin Anderson

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

Corporal punishment in schools has been criticized for many reasons related to lower student achievement, delinquency, and mental health, but is still legal in 19 states. Attitudes towards corporal punishment have been linked to political leanings, fundamentalist religion, socioeconomic status, and rurality. In this study, I test whether political culture and voting patterns are predictive of the legality and frequency of corporal punishment use in schools, utilizing data from the Office for Civil Rights. Independent of median household income, educational attainment, state demographics, and the share of Evangelical Protestants, states with more Republican votes are more likely to legalize school ...


Neighborhood Concerns And Mobilization Patterns Of Homeowners And Neighborhood Associations, Daniel S. Scheller, Anaid Yerena 2018 University of Texas El Paso

Neighborhood Concerns And Mobilization Patterns Of Homeowners And Neighborhood Associations, Daniel S. Scheller, Anaid Yerena

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

What issues and concerns of residential community associations (RCAs) compel them to mobilize and lobby local government? Do these patterns vary by RCA type? We argue that they do, and that neighborhood associations face different concerns than homeowners associations (HOAs). We also believe neighborhood associations are more likely to mobilize and interact with municipal government on behalf of the neighborhood. Using survey and interview data of neighborhood association and HOA presidents in Tallahassee, Florida, we find that neighborhood associations mobilize and interact with municipal government to a greater extent than HOAs. The issues and concerns that compel neighborhood associations to ...


Similarity Attraction And Old School Values: African American Led Nonprofits And African American Youth, Susan T. Gooden, Michael L. Perkins, Lindsey L. Evans, Yali Pang 2018 Virginia Commonwealth University

Similarity Attraction And Old School Values: African American Led Nonprofits And African American Youth, Susan T. Gooden, Michael L. Perkins, Lindsey L. Evans, Yali Pang

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

This article examines the role of similarity-attraction between African American-led nonprofits and the predominately African American youth they serve. Informed by interview data with executive directors, board members, volunteers, and students, this research captures how similarity-attraction operates in the context of three, well-established African American-led nonprofit organizations by utilizing an old-school values approach. The findings suggest that each of these programs provides a direct focus on African American history and positive role models. Further, these programs teach African American youth how to excel while being black, from people who know first-hand what that experience entails. Nonprofit program leaders become trusted ...


Legislation Meets Tradition: Interpretations And Implications Of The Volunteer Protection Act For Nonprofit Organizations As Viewed Through The Lens Of Hermeneutics, Patricia Groble, Nicholas C. Zingale, Joseph Mead 2018 Cleveland State University

Legislation Meets Tradition: Interpretations And Implications Of The Volunteer Protection Act For Nonprofit Organizations As Viewed Through The Lens Of Hermeneutics, Patricia Groble, Nicholas C. Zingale, Joseph Mead

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

Volunteers enable nonprofit organizations to reach more clients and more effectively fulfill their missions. However, the good done by these volunteers may be offset by their careless behavior. Rising fears that resulting lawsuits and monetary damages would deter potential volunteers from volunteering caused Congress to enact the Volunteer Protection Act. This research studies court decisions to ascertain whether the law fulfills its purpose and considers the implications of these interpretations for nonprofit managers. It also tests the usefulness of the hermeneutical approach to legal interpretation and to determine how the Act has changed as a result of these court decisions.


County Taxation Dynamics, Nonprofits, Equitable Workplace, And Corporal Punishment In The United States, Andrew Ewoh 2018 Texas Southern University

County Taxation Dynamics, Nonprofits, Equitable Workplace, And Corporal Punishment In The United States, Andrew Ewoh

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

No abstract provided.


Journal Of Public Management & Social Policy Fall 2017 / Spring 2018, 2018 Texas Southern University

Journal Of Public Management & Social Policy Fall 2017 / Spring 2018

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

No abstract provided.


School Segregation: A Modern Issue, Cassidy Foley 2018 Augustana College, Rock Island Illinois

School Segregation: A Modern Issue, Cassidy Foley

Celebration of Learning

This project examines modern day school segregation and the influence that this segregation has on society. School segregation is seen to be created and maintained by the intersection and mutual reinforcement of a number of factors. The four factors examined in this project are school secessions, funding, private school enrollment, and residential segregation. Each of these factors are seen to have heavy influence on school segregation in the modern day and are seen to reinforce one another creating a permanence of segregation within education.


Refugees Threats Of Terrorism: Securitization By Means Of Social Integration, Anna Tegge 2018 Augustana College, Rock Island Illinois

Refugees Threats Of Terrorism: Securitization By Means Of Social Integration, Anna Tegge

Celebration of Learning

This research analyzes factors that affect the number of terrorist incidents in Europe with large numbers of refugees. My research intends to explore the correlation between refugees and terrorist incidents and to identify if social integration and immigration policies can have an effect on the volume of attacks. My independent variables of social policies in addition to immigration policies confirm my hypothesis that certain factors within these policies affect terrorism in Spain, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Germany. The answer to this question will aid in the creation of stability, prosperity, and justice within Europe and provide a model for ...


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