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African Social Science Review (Journals)

ISSN 1521-6667

African Social Science Review is a publication previously sponsored by theCollege of Humanities and Social Sciences at Kennesaw State University and now sponsored by Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs at Texas Southern University.

For more information, see our Aims and Scope page.

Faculty Scholarship (Political Science)

Faculty Scholarship (Urban Planning & Environmental Policy)

Faculty Scholarship (Administration of Justice)

Journal of Public Management & Social Policy (Journals)

ISSN 1080-8523

The Journal of Public Management and Social Policy is currently published by Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (Rutgers SPAA) and currently hosted by the Barbara Jordan Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs via Texas Southern University Digital commons website (digitalscholarship.tsu.edu). The Journal Volumes and Issues Prior to Volume 20 Issue 1 are accessible via the Journals webpage located at http://www.jpmsp.com/volume-20. Journal of Public Management & Social Policy.

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Ralph Bunche Journal of Public Affairs (Journals)

Call for Papers Special Issue - The Year 2019: Moving Beyond the Hurricane Harvey Crisis: Lessons learned from Mitigation to Recovery.

CALL FOR PAPERS The Ralph Bunche Journal of Public Affairs is devoting a special issue to the Hurricane Harvey that made a landfall in Texas as a category four storm on August 26, 2017. The Journal hopes to deploy the four phases of emergency management—mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery—to deepen our understanding of the lessons learned to improve future disaster preparedness. While we welcome contributions from a range of disciplines and perspectives, topics should address any of the questions delineated below. Did the prepared hazard mitigation plans help in reducing the impact of the crisis on the citizens and/or the economy of the affected jurisdictions? How ready were the cities, counties, state and federal governments in responding to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey? To what extent were the affected communities, government and nongovernmental institutions involved in response efforts? How do citizens access available resources or receive assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, city, state and nonprofit organizations during emergency or crisis situations? How do we handle patient-focused disaster preparedness and the so-called invisible victims of disasters like healthcare providers and other first responders who overcome various obstacles to meet the medical and other needs of patients and their communities during crisis? Although one year has passed since the flood, why is it that low-income and minority neighborhoods are slower to recover? Please submit your one-page proposal to the RBJPA Editor via e-mail on or before Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Notification of proposal acceptance will be sent out by Tuesday, February 12, 2019, and completed manuscripts will be mailed out for peer review by Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Tentative date of publication for accepted manuscripts is November 2019. Volume 7

Southwestern Business Administration Journal

ISSN 1554-7892

Introductory text for Southwestern Business Administration Journal.

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The Southwestern Business Administration Journal (SBAJ) is a refereed publication. The aim of this journal is to provide a forum for current thoughts, techniques, theories, issues, trends, and innovations in teaching and learning within the business administration field. Its general focus is to enhance the teaching and learning process. The SBAJ is published in spring and fall of every year. All manuscripts submitted to the journal will be subject to a double-blind referee process. Manuscript authors are encouraged to submit their manuscript in ELECTRONIC format via the Submit Article button to the right.

Urban Research and Resource Journal

Purpose and Audience: The Urban Research and Resource Journal provides critical evidence-based research and resources for addressing urban issues. It is designed to serve as a forum for scholars and others to articulate urban matters from multi-disciplined perspectives. It will be read by academic scholars as well as members of the general population, practitioners and legislative/policy-makers. Urban Research and Resource Journal.

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