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Public Administration Research
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ISSN (Print) 1927-517X - ISSN (Online) 1927-5188
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  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for Public Administration Research, Vol. 11, No.
           2

    • Abstract: Reviewer acknowledgements for Public Administration Research, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2022.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 09:16:32 +000
       
  • Uncovering the Influence Mechanism between End-User Involvement and
           

    • Abstract: End-user centric procurement practices, while receiving a growing scholarly and policy interest, lack solid theoretical and empirical foundations. Using service-dominant logic, this study seeks to uncover the influence mechanism between end-user involvement and product usage in public sector procurement. Primary data was gathered from 122 public organisations in a developing economy, Ghana. PROCESS macro for SPSS was used to estimate the study model. The findings suggest that end-user involvement is positively related to end-user satisfaction but not product usage. Additionally, the findings provide empirical support for our contention that the link between end-user involvement and end-user product usage is mediated by end-user satisfaction. This study adds to the end-user centric procurement literature by offering theoretical and empirical insights on the end-user satisfaction process that explains the relationship between end-user involvement and product usage.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 09:01:39 +000
       
  • Reasons for Reluctance to Participate in the Parliamentary Elections of
           the Nineteenth Parliament for the Year 2020 in the Jordanian Capital,
           Amman

    • Abstract: This study aimed to reveal the reasons for the reluctance to participate in the parliamentary elections of the nineteenth parliament for the year 2020 in the Jordanian capital, Amman. A questionnaire was developed for this purpose, which included (30) items distributed over four dimensions, each dimension representing a general reason for the reluctance to participate in the parliamentary elections. The acceptable parameters of validity and reliability of the questionnaire were achieved. The questionnaire was applied to an available sample consisting of (1223) individuals who did not participate in the parliamentary elections in the Jordanian capital, Amman. The results of the study revealed that the most common reasons for reluctance to participate in the parliamentary elections of the nineteenth parliament for the year 2020 in the Jordanian capital, Amman, were "the reasons related to the candidates," while it came in the fourth and final rank domain: "the reasons related to the Corona pandemic." The results also showed that the most common reason for the reluctance to participate in the parliamentary elections related to voters was the fifth reason: "I did not find anyone to represent me in the parliament among the candidates." That the most common reason for the reluctance to participate in the parliamentary elections related to the candidates was the ninth reason: "The spread of corruption among members of the parliament in appointments and promotions". The most common reason for the reluctance to participate in the parliamentary elections related to the independent body was the reason (22), which states: "The independent body was unable to control candidates from using political money in the elections," and that the most common reason for refraining from participating in the parliamentary elections related to the Corona pandemic was the reason ( 29) and its text: "People's lack of commitment to health measures such as social distancing and wearing a mask." In light of the results of the current study, the researchers recommend finding effective formulas to ensure broader participation in the parliamentary elections, employing various social media to support and enhance participation in parliamentary elections, and tightening supervision and punishment to prevent the spread of practices related to political money, the existence of real and serious procedures to ensure the integrity of the elections, the development of awareness programs for the citizen on the basis for choosing a representative, the adoption of standards of morality, integrity and hard work of the candidate when voting, and conducting various studies on the issue of the reasons for reluctance to vote in parliamentary elections and their relationship to social, demographic and political variables.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 08:03:09 +000
       
  • How does Workplace Incivility in the Public Higher Learning Institution in
           Saudi Influence the Job Satisfaction of the Faculty Employees'

    • Abstract: Scholars like Vickers have made an interesting observation that while the public administration scholars have put a keen interest in management rhetoric, they have ignored an equally significant area that also has weighty impacts on the public administration practitioners as well as the people they serve; workplace incivility. For this end, this paper examines the prevalence of workplace incivility in the Saudi Arabian public universities’ faculty as well as how does workplace incivility in the Saudi Arabian public universities’ faculties influence the job satisfaction of the faculty employees. The findings revealed that job satisfaction has a positive correlation with workplace incivility. The findings supported the hypothesis which postulated that workplace incivility among the Saudi faculty members could result in reduced job satisfaction. These findings have important policy implications. First, the management of public universities in Saudi Arabia should endeavor to create a healthy workplace climate by cultivating an organizational culture that is intolerant of uncivil practices, and where such practices are actively discouraged by all employees. Second, organizations can mitigate workplace incivility by enforcing a clear policy that defines workplace incivility. A zero-tolerance to incivility policy should be enacted, and efforts should be made to nurture a civil workplace culture through training, counseling, and punishment where necessary.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 07:56:32 +000
       
  • The Discursive Construction of the Thousand Women Program in Brazil

    • Abstract: This article analyzes the assumptions and logic of the Programa Mulheres Mil (Thousand Women Program) in Brazil, observing the formation of the network of actors involved and the programs’ instruments. The study used qualitative research, guided by critical discourse analysis. The results help to understand that the logic of the problem – connecting poverty to a lack of education and unfair training opportunities – contributed to justifying and legitimizing the policy instrument. The program’s unexpected effects are closely related to the social construction of women. Based on the methodology, its rules are mechanisms supporting and maintaining the inequalities and asymmetrical power relations observed within the program. Therefore, although the program has a relevant role for social inclusion, it presents significant limitations regarding gender equity and the promotion of social justice, which requires a serious political debate on the initiative’s effects, challenges, and opportunities. The PMM is a compensatory policy designed to develop and disseminate an instrument with assumptions and logic that operate more as a self-legitimation strategy than an integrated solution to public services. We suggest following the beneficiaries’ life project and adopting a structure separated into modules as strategies to overcome the challenges observed in this research. A structure based on modules would meet the needs of women who desire educational inclusion, offering the possibility of education leveling so those who want can continue schooling.
      PubDate: Tue, 21 Jun 2022 03:56:30 +000
       
  • Research on Agricultural Pollution Problems and Prevention Measures in
           Guangxi Wuxuan County

    • Abstract: With the continuous advancement of agricultural modernization and rural revitalization, the problem of agricultural pollution has become increasingly prominent. Strengthening the control of agricultural pollution to make agriculture sustainable development, affects the development and destiny of a country's agriculture. By investigating the actual situation of agricultural pollution in Wuxuan County, Guangxi, the main problems of local agricultural pollution are put forward, in view of the existing problems, countermeasures and suggestions are put forward, such as improving the protection awareness of practitioners, improving infrastructure construction, accelerating agricultural transformation and upgrading, and strengthening top-level design.
      PubDate: Sat, 14 May 2022 06:45:23 +000
       
 
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