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Gender Differences in Workplace Incivility Experiences and Their Impacts on the Wellbeing and Retention of Women in Law Enforcement Organizations
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice

Jill Davis, Russell Hassan and colleagues examine higher rates of workforce incivility reports from policewomen versus policemen. Policewomen also report heightened emotional exhaustion and express a greater intention to leave their current positions than policemen.

Support for Democratic Policing among Frontline Police Officers: The Role of Social Dominance Orientation
The British Journal of Criminology

Jill Davis, Russell Hassan and Darwin Baluran study the connection between police officer preference for group-based social hierarchy and endorsement of democratic policing practices.

Preference for Group-based Social Hierarchy and the Reluctance to Accept Women as Equals in Law Enforcement
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory

Jill Davis and Russell Hassan study whether police officers motivated to protect existing social power hierarchies are more likely to resist organizational diversity and hold more negative views about women's suitability for law enforcement.

The Nexus of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Nonprofit Studies: An Empirical Mapping of Research Topics and Knowledge Integration
Public Administration Review

Megan LePere-Schloop examines the empirical knowledge integration among public administration (PA), public policy studies (PP), and nonprofit studies (nonprofit), revealing low citation rates between PA/PP and nonprofit journals, and identifies three categories effectively integrating knowledge from these fields.

Mastering Public Administration: From Max Weber to Dwight Waldo, Fourth Edition

Jos Raadschelders provides a singular investigation into the influence of 10 scholars on contemporary public administration as well as how significant their work continues to be on contemporary research.

Rising to Ostrom's Challenge: An Invitation to Walk on the Bright Side of Public Governance and Public Service

This programmatic essay argues that public governance scholarship would benefit from developing a self-conscious and cohesive strand of "positive" scholarship, akin to social science subfields like positive psychology, positive organizational studies, and positive evaluation.

Managers’ Career Paths and Interlocal Collaboration: An Agent Network Collaboration Model
Public Management Review

Hongtao Yi examines the role of change agents, city leaders, and their networks in facilitating interlocal collaboration in environmental governance.

The Publicness of Publicly Funded Research
Science and Public Policy

Professor Caroline Wagner examines key US legislative initiatives during the post–World War II history of public policy related to the ownership of publicly funded research-based knowledge. 

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