Journal of Public Policy and Administration

Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2019

  • The Quandary of Cyber Governance in Ethiopia

    Temesgen Aschenek Zeleke

    Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2019
    Pages: 1-7
    Received: 18 November 2018
    Accepted: 2 January 2019
    Published: 31 January 2019
    Abstract: The incorporation of Information Communication Technology to the human endeavor have brought cyber space as one of the major areas of cooperation and conflict for actors of international relations. Its decentralized nature challenges traditional conception of state as the sole actor to possess coercive power. As a response states design different i... Show More
  • The Extent to Which Servant-Leadership Philosophy Relates to Public Leadership Code of Ethics and Other Established Ideals for Public Leaders in Tanzania

    Saneslaus Boniface Chandaruba

    Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2019
    Pages: 8-18
    Received: 29 January 2019
    Accepted: 14 March 2019
    Published: 10 April 2019
    Abstract: The main objective of this research paper was to examine the extent to which Servant Leadership Philosophy (SLP) relates to the Public Leadership Code of Ethics Act (PLCEA) of 1995 and other established ideals for public leaders in Tanzania. A total of 278 respondents: 109 Members of the Parliament (MPs), 90 Respondents from General Public (RGPs) a... Show More
  • Policies and Strategies to Combat Poverty and to Promote Development in Mozambique: Elements of Continuity and Discontinuity

    Jochua Abrão Baloi

    Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2019
    Pages: 19-28
    Received: 13 February 2019
    Accepted: 21 March 2019
    Published: 13 April 2019
    Abstract: This article comes about with the objective of analyzing in a comparative way the elements of continuity and discontinuity between the policies and strategies to combat poverty and to promote development related to the foreign policy that Mozambique adopted after independence. The main idea is that these policies (PPI, PRE (S), PARPA's) did not ach... Show More
  • Development of a Disaster Safety Sentiment Index via Social Media Mining

    Seon Hwa Choi

    Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2019
    Pages: 29-38
    Received: 7 March 2019
    Accepted: 28 April 2019
    Published: 23 May 2019
    Abstract: People use social media platforms such as Twitter to record their personal thoughts and opinions. Social media platforms reflect people’s sentiments as they are, and an accurate understanding of sentiments on social media could be useful and significant for disaster management. In this research, sentiment type modeling and sentiment quantification ... Show More