William L. Waugh

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To my parents, Alhaji R. O. Sadiq and Alhaja B. A. Sadiq for emphasizing the importance of good education. iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS My deep appreciation goes to my dissertation chair, Dr. Waugh, and other members of my dissertation committee-Drs. Cummings, Noonan, Olshansky, and Weible-for making this dissertation a success. Dr. Bateman, my colleagues (Public(More)
Procedural effectiveness relates to the impact assessment; so, the objective of this study is to identify the procedural effectiveness indicators and develop a conceptual mapping of existing impact indicators in the field of International Humanitarian Assistance (IHA). We conducted a literature review and searched the websites of humanitarian assistance(More)
In a paper presented at the 1977 ACM-SIGUCC Conference held in Kansas City, we addressed several problems social science computer users have resulting from the symbiotic relationships among research methodology, statistics, and computing hardware and software.The cursory research conducted for that presentation generally revealed that graduate students in(More)
INTRODUCTION The objective of this study is to identify the effectiveness characteristics, review the definition of them, and develop a conceptual mapping of existing domains in the field of International Humanitarian Assistance (IHA). METHODS We conducted a systematic review and searched the major databases (Science Direct, Scopus, Springer and Pubmed)(More)
This study examines individual-level citizen participation in the notice and comment component of federal agency rulemaking. It focuses on characteristics of individual participants ascertained through a survey mailed to 400 actual commenters. Survey data is used to evaluate the representativeness of these participants to the general public. Also, the(More)
Using the computer to process data has become so indispensable to business and government that it is now being taught in an inchoate form to nearly all social science students. The principal reason the computer has become so important is obvious: the machine makes it possible to process large quantities of data quickly, conveniently, and accurately. Thus,(More)
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