IJOTB 2011

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Digital Governance Success Factors and Barriers to Success
in Prague ......................................................................................................................... 451
J. Melitski, T. J. Carrizales, A. Manoharan and M. Holzer

SYMPOSIUM

Democracy, Social Science, and Governance: A Symposium
on Mark Bevir's Democratic Governance .................................................................. 473
M. J. Kaswan

Symposium Introduction .............................................................................................. 474
M. J. Kaswan

Negotiating the Narrow Road between Institutionalism and
Non-Foundationalism, and the Difference It Makes ............................................... 480
I. J. Greener

Putting Experts in their Place: The Challenge of Expanding
Participation While Solving Problems ....................................................................... 500
T. Williamson

A Bridge to Nowhere: Connecting Representative and Radical
Models of Democracy ................................................................................................... 514
M. J. Kaswan

Who Interprets the World? Interpretive Social Science and
Mark Bevir's Democratic Governance ........................................................................ 537
E. Ben-Ishai

Mark Bevir's Democratic Governance in Radical Democratic
Perspective ..................................................................................................................... 554
F. Lee

Response: Interpretive Social Science and Democratic Theory .......................... 576
M. Bevir

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Innovation Management in Local Government: An Empirical
Analysis of Suburban Municipalities ............................................................ 301
K. L. Nelson, C. H. Wood and G. T. Gabris

Organizational Attention: A Metaphor for a Core Cognitive
Process ............................................................................................................. 329
E. Yaniv

Culture's Impact on Freedom and Peace: Empirical Evidence .............. 354
D. L. Haggard and K. S. Haggard

Linking the Feedback Environment to Feedback Seeking
through Perceptions of Organizational Support and Job
Involvement ...................................................................................................... 383
B. G. Whitaker

Rethinking Cultural Control in Global Corporations: From
Personal Socialization to Cultural Hybridizations ..................................... 404
B. Shimoni

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The Impact of Perceived Organizational Commitment and
Leader Commitment on Organizational Citizenship Behaviour ................. 145
S. Pohl and P. Paillé

SYMPOSIUM

Considering Myth in Public Administration: A Symposium ......................... 162
C. F. Abel

Considering Myth in Public Administration: Symposium
Introduction ........................................................................................................... 163
C. F. Abel

Why Myth Could Matter (But Probably Shouldn't) in Public
Administration ..................................................................................................... 168
C. F. Abel

The Myth of Shared Governance in Higher Education ................................. 200
B. W. Speck

Monsterous or Educative: The Hegemonic Mythology of Virtual
Organizations in Global Cyberspace .............................................................. 236
K. Thorne

The Enduring Myth of the American Dream: Mobility,
Marginalization, and Hope ................................................................................ 258
H. Wyatt-Nichol

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Internal Politics in Academia: Its Nature and Mediating
Effect on the Relationship between Social Capital and Work
Outcomes .......................................................................................................... 1
E. Vigoda-Gadot, I. Talmud and A. Peled
 
A Study of Health Care Employees’ Opinions about Stress
Patterns in the United Arab Emirates ......................................................... 38
B. Barhem, H. Younies, M. Z. Younis, and P. C. Smith
 
The Narcissistic Manager, Avoidant Organization, and
Interruptions in Organizational Learning ................................................... 58
L. Godkin and S. Allcorn
 
Fighting Corruption in Africa: The Anticorruption System in
Cameroon ....................................................................................................... 83
J. P. Nguemegne

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