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Meghan Doughty

Public Administration

Meghan Doughty is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Public Administration at the School of Public Affairs at American University and a former Research Assistant at the National Institute of Justice in the Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women. Meghan's research interests focus on public administration's effect on vulnerable populations. Her current research projects include a study on street level bureaucrats' responses to women and children who experience domestic violence, exploring the normative dimensions of administrative burdens and implementation of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
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