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  • Publication: Administrative Theory & Praxis
  • Date: Vol. 36, issue 3 (September 2014)
  • Author: Vickie Edwards
  • Page: 373-397
  • Language: English
  • Abstract: The science fiction genre has long held a place in popular culture, and has gained significant popularity over the past century. This research examines themes of governance, bureaucracy, policy, and leadership presented in two of the genre's longest-running television franchises, Star Trek and Doctor Who. A grounded theory approach is utilized for a content analysis of all the stories from each franchise that have primary or secondary themes related to governance, bureaucracy, or policy. Results are presented in the context of Goodsell and Murray's framework for examining arts and media for public administration, with a specific focus on applications for teaching.


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  • APA 6th ed.: Edwards, Vickie (Vol. 36, issue 3 (September 2014)). Fifty Years of Science Fiction Television. Administrative Theory & Praxis p. 373-397.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Edwards, Vickie. "Fifty Years of Science Fiction Television." Administrative Theory & Praxis [add city] Vol. 36, issue 3 (September 2014), 373-397. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Edwards, Vickie. "Fifty Years of Science Fiction Television." Administrative Theory & Praxis, edition, sec., Vol. 36, issue 3 (September 2014)
  • Turabian: Edwards, Vickie. "Fifty Years of Science Fiction Television." Administrative Theory & Praxis, Vol. 36, issue 3 (September 2014), section, 373-397 edition.
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