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Using a mixed-method approach, Reese (2004) examined leadership practices of ADRN directors and empowerment strategies within the 44 public community colleges in North Carolina.
Mintz-Binder and Fitzpatrick (2009) examined social support and job satisfaction among ADRN program directors in California.
The existing literature does not provide a national perspective of ADRN program directors or the way in which their perceptions vary in terms of job satisfaction, perceived stress, role ambiguity, or social support within a variety of organizational structures.
The estimated number of NLNAC-accredited ADRN programs was 622 based on the NLNAC's report to its constituents (2007).
The correlation between ADRNs and US (local) market indices indicates that US (local) market sentiment influences ADRN movements.
With the indication that the impacts on ADRN are different among SR, LD, USI, DEPS, and AEPS, additional analysis is needed to determine if indeed the differing influences are diverse between domestic stock before and after SEO.
Tables 8 and 9 provide Latin American and Asian results of the two-way random effects models and TSCSREG, where the dependent variable is daily ADRN.
In addition, no studies on job satisfaction among directors of ADRN programs were found in the literature.
California ADRN directors were selected as a population of interest as a number of concerns had been identified: a) high turnover and low retention of current directors with few candidates applying for vacant positions; b) multiple titles and ranking levels of ADRN program directors, ranging from administrative dean to faculty-level department chair; c) limited available professional social support; and d) unknown job satisfaction.
One doctoral dissertation looked at leadership practices of ADRN directors and their empowerment strategies within public community colleges in North Carolina (Reese, 2004).