East Georgia political science professor, Randy Carter, participated in the presentation of research and scholarly discussion and review at the 47th annual conference of the Georgia Political Science Association, held in Savannah, Ga. from November 10 - 12. Founded in 1968, the GPSA is the professional association for political science practitioners and educators in Georgia. Membership is drawn from the public, private and academic sectors.
Professor Randy Carter, Assistant Professor of Political Science at EGSC, presented a paper at the conference entitled “Stockholm Syndrome in Public Bureaucracies.” The paper was presented as part of a series of panels on public administration. Professor Carter’s paper was nominated for the best conference paper award.
According to Dr. Lee Cheek, Dean of the School of Social Sciences at East Georgia State College, “Randy’s paper was an attempt to share the many insights about the nature of politics that are emerging in this new era of public management, and these insights and policies are a central aspect of the continued improvement to our political science program and teaching.”