|Teaching Public Administration|
Teaching is a constant process of learning and presentation of information using various methodologies, and therefore https://occupytheory.org/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-qualitative-research/ always support us in our endeavors. Teaching Public Administration is published by SAGE and is jointly edited by Prof. John Diamond (Edge Hill University, Centre for Local Policy Studies) and Prof. Catherine Farrell (University of Glamorgan). The journal provides for the analysis and review of approaches, concepts and practices in public administration teaching and training. Articles which consider innovative teaching methods and applications, analyse teaching and training needs in public administration, case studies and teaching aids will be of particular interest. Bibliographical notes, literature reviews and relevant book reviews will also be welcomed.