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RESEARCH NOTES. ENTRY INTO TRAINING PROGRAMS AND ITS EFFECTS ON TRAINING OUTCOMES: A FIELD EXPERIMENT.
Most of the discussion and research on training has taken an organizational perspective. Assessing groups' needs for training, selecting appropriate training procedures, and determining how trainin...
The process of entering training programs and its effects on training outcomes
- W. Hicks
A Principle or a Strategy? Voter Identification Laws and Partisan Competition in the American States
We undertake a comprehensive examination of restrictive voter ID legislation in the American states from 2001 through 2012. With a dataset containing approximately one thousand introduced and nearly…
The Impact of Flexitime on Employee Attitudes
This investigation of flexitime did not support the traditional flexitime consequences for work satisfaction or leisure satisfaction. However, employees working under a flexitime schedule reported ...
The Determinants of State Legislator Support for Restrictive Voter ID Laws
- W. Hicks, Seth C. McKee, Daniel A. Smith
- Political ScienceState Politics & Policy Quarterly
- 21 February 2016
We examine state legislator behavior on restrictive voter identification (ID) bills from 2005 to 2013. Partisan polarization of state lawmakers on voter ID laws is well known, but we know very little…
Home Rule Be Damned: Exploring Policy Conflicts between the Statehouse and City Hall
- W. Hicks, C. Weissert, +11 authors Daniel C. Lewis
- Political SciencePS: Political Science & Politics
- 28 November 2017
statehouses and city halls are a fixture of the American federal system. Jaclyn Bunch writes that home rule charters often provide the legal recourse for localities when in conflict with the state.…
Revisiting Majority-Minority Districts and Black Representation
What is the minimum black population necessary to elect African-American state lawmakers? We offer the most comprehensive examination of the election of black state legislators in the post-Thornburg…
Drug Testing and Community Supervision Outcomes
- W. Hicks, Jefferson E. Holcomb, Melissa A. Alexander, Tammatha A. Clodfelter
- 15 January 2020
Results indicate that individual risk score and offense category are associated with positive drug tests, and testing positive for hard drugs is associated with revocation for new crimes and non-drug technical violations, but testingpositive for cannabis only is not associated with supervision revocation for either reason.
A Bipartisan Election Reform? Explaining Support for Online Voter Registration in the American States
Online voter registration (OVR) is an election reform that has recently taken hold in more than half of the American states. Election administration observers have marveled at both the rapid…