Choose any One of the following questions and answer in an essay format. The paper should not be less than 2000 words or 8 pages, or more than 2500 words, double-spaced. Word count must be provided.
Students are to use not less than 12 academic (books and journals only) sources in writing the paper. Please note that no internet sources will be accepted except that of government (Nation/Federal, Provincial, or Municipal governments’ websites).
The use of Wikipedia is NOT accepted in any form or shape.
Downloaded journal articles using any web search tool or engine should be cited only in this way. For example, if you download an article from Public Administration Review using JSTOR, the citation should be: Matthews, Ben (2007) “Understanding Organization Theory,” Public Administration Review, vol. 70, no. 1, pp. 1-10.
1. What are the main differences and similarities between public and private administrations? Illustrate your answer with examples
2. Critical analyse the most influential organization theory on Canadian public administration?
[url removed, login to view] Weber identified what he called the “ideal-type” of bureaucracy. Discuss the major elements of Weber’s model of bureaucracy and some of the criticisms that have been leveled against it. Do you think Weber’s model is relevant in today’s world?
[url removed, login to view] analyse the arguments for and against the use of the private sector by government in the delivery of public services in Canada.
[url removed, login to view] analyse the benefits and limitations of employment equity in the Canadian public sector.
[url removed, login to view] whistleblowing ensure effective accountability in the Canadian public Sector? Discuss.
Due Date: Thursday, 3th November 2011, Otherwise you WONT GET PAID.
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The paper should contain:
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Argument or thesis surrounding the research question(s)
Outline of the paper, i.e., how you are going to address the question(s)
2. Background: A brief background to the question(s) being addressed explaining why the question(s) is/are important
3. Analysis :- Construction of the main argument and its sub-arguments
- Consideration of counter arguments
4. Conclusion : - Summary of main points and restatement of thesis
- An indication as to whether the thesis was proved or disproved
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