This collection features publications by faculty and staff in the School of Public Policy and Administration, which is dedicated to connecting tomorrow’s public sector and nonprofit leaders to advance the public good in communities around the world.

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Critical Issues in Homeland Security: A Casebook
James D. Ramsay and Linda Kiltz

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Research Institutions: Research-Based Teaching through Technology
Kirk Y. Williams

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Toward a Process-Based Policing Model
Angela Workman-Stark and Stephen A. Morreale

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An Empirical Study of the Determinants of Safety-Net Hospital Failures
Devin Alan Daugherty and Ernesto Escobedo Dr.

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Watching Boardwalk Empire with Freud
Ron Hirschbein

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Communication Issues in a Multilingual Business Environment: Insights from Managers
Ernesto Escobedo Dr., Felecia Jett, and Teresa M. Lao Ph.D.

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Personal report: Significance of Community in an Ayahuasca Jungle Dieta
Elizabeth Hagens and Steven Lansky

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Women in the governor's mansion: How party and gender affect policy agendas
R Herrera and Karen Shafer

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Shared stories of successful graduates of juvenile residential programs
Barrett Mincey, Nancy Maldonado, and Candace Lacey

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Gang Injunctions: A Tool to Control Gang Activity
Matthew D. O’Deane and Stephen A. Morreale

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Federalism, Law, and the Ethics of Disaster Evacuations
Tanya Settles

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Cultural Competency Around Sexual and Gender Orientation and Identity
Wallace Swan, M French, and K. Norman-Major

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An Exploratory Research Design Further Demonstrating the Need for the Integration of Critical Thinking Skill Curricula in Homeland Security and Emergency Management Higher Education Academic Programs
Matthew Collins and Stacy L. Peerbolte

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Crime in post-Katrina Houston: the effects of moral panic on emergency planning
Tanya Settles and Bruce R. Lindsay