|Editor-in-Chief:||Tami Moser, Ph.D.|
|Managing Editor:||Frederic Murray, MLIS|
|Copy & Production Editor:||Kelly Moor, D.A.|
|Research Editor:||Lisa Appeddu, Ph.D.|
|Editor-at-Large:||Jared Edwards, Ph.D.|
|Editor-at-Large:||Amanda Evert, Ph.D.|
Administrative Issues Journal is a university-based publication dedicated to expanding the knowledge of current issues in the theory and practice of Administration. Administrative Issues Journal provides a platform for the publication and promotion of viable blind-reviewed research, and is committed to the best practices of scholarly publishing in an open access (OA) environment.
The journal accepts articles with a disciplinary or topical anchor in the fields of Business, Health Care, Education, Public and Clinical Practice Administration inclusive of the fields of Pharmacy, Nursing and Medicine. This journal accepts quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methodology studies.
We are specifically interested in articles that facilitate the development of interdisciplinary connections related to research, practice, and teaching. It is our goal that by juxtaposing contributions from diverse sources, scholarly connections will be made that will further insights and solutions to common issues faced in the theory and practice of Administration. Administrative Issues Journal: Connecting Education, Practice, and Research.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 1 (2016)
A Model for Online Support in Classroom Management: Perceptions of Beginning Teachers
Credence Baker, James Gentry, and William Larmer
Building Currency: Crafting New Channels for Undergraduate Communication Programs
Vickie Shamp Ellis, Kaylene Barbe, and Kalyn G. Fullbright
Professionalization of Teaching in America: Two Case Studies Using Educational Research Experiences to Explore the Perceptions of Preservice Teachers/Researchers
James E. Gentry, Credence Baker, and Holly Lamb
Managerial Cognitive Moral Development and the Firm's Owners' Salience: Empirical Evidence
Aleksey Martynov and Sergey Logachev
Improved Student Outcomes in a Flipped Statistics Course
Laura Phillips and Mark Phillips
Citizenship Education in the United States: Perspective Reflected in State Education Standards
Rebekkah Stuteville and Helen Ikerd Johnson
If You Are Like Me, I Think You Are More Authentic: An Analysis of the Interaction of Follower and Leader Gender
Sandra Tibbs, Mark T. Green, Esther Gergen, and Jared A. Montoya