PAP 1701 Introduction to public administration Review end-of-session 30 % From the

PAP 1701 Introduction to public administration
Review end-of-session 30 %
From the proposed text (case), respond to three (3) questions assigned. You need to in your answers :
Mobiliser the information contained in the text (the case); and
Faire reference to the course material : required readings of the course (at least one per question) and PowerPoint slides by giving definitions of terms and concepts seen throughout the course.
Your review should include a short introduction of more or less 100 words (a link with the title of the course, presentation of the topic and plan=topics) and a short conclusion of more or less 100 words (important points of the three 3 answers and link with the title of the course).
Each answer should be approximately 450 words (quotes included).
The examination will take place from Thursday, December 9, 16 pm to Saturday, December 11, 16h.
Delivery in the Section Duty CV
A bibliography of the sources used must be placed at the end of the examination.
Correction criteria :
15 points : understanding, content of the response and mastery of the concepts (definitions)
10 points : mobilization of the course materials (references or quotations for the required readings and PPT)
5 points : introduction, conclusion, structure and clarity of the answers
Questions :
What makes the case described in the text, is used to illustrate the concept of governance and its characteristics (elements of definitions and proposals)? Explain.
What makes the case described in the text bears witness to the New Public Management and challenges of a Public-Private Partnership (PPP)? Explain.
What makes the case described in the text is used to illustrate the issues of sustainable development of the project and the intervention (instruments) in terms of the environment? Explain.
What makes the case described in the text, is used to illustrate the role of public participation (participatory democracy), its virtues or expectations and risks in general, and for the bureaucracy? Explain.
What makes the case described in the text is used to illustrate the axes of the e-governance?
TEMPLATE
First Name Last Name
No. d’student.e
PAP 1701 – Final Exam
Introduction (approximately 100 words)
No. of the question/ statement of the issue
Answer
Total words (+ or – 450)
No. of the question/ statement of the issue
Answer
– Total words (+ or – 450 words)
No. of the question/ statement of the issue
Answer
– Total words (+ or – 450 words)
Conclusion (+ or – 100 words)
Bibliography (list of complete references used for the work to be classified in alphabetical order, see course outline for the full list of required readings)
DRAFTING OF the WORK (from the lesson plan)
• Word Document
“Times New Roman, font size 12
• Page layout : line spacing 1.5, the text must be justified
• The document must be paginated
Citations, references and bibliography
Always use quotation marks “……” when it is not a question of your own words, followed by the reference (author, year, page).
Citation long : by removing the text if more than two lines and character 10.
Ex.
In the plans of action for public earlier, the definition of the general interest was in the hands of the State, as required , or the trades. In the regime pragmatic present, the definition of the general interest escapes him as he’s not a central actor in public policy (Rui et al., 2001, p. 24).
Quote short : quotation marks at the beginning of the extract and at the end of the extract with reference to the author,
Ex.
As mentioned Side (2013, p. 117), ” the development of public policy is, therefore, the multi-dimensional process that involves many actors “.
Reference to an idea, a concept, but in your own words :
(Surname, year, page) ideally at the end of the sentence but before the period,
Ex. : (Schein, 1985, p. 45).
References to PowerPoint documents :
For the PPT of the course : (Simard, 2020, PowerPoint, week no. x, p. y)
Reference to a web source :
(Name of the journalist or organization, year) e.g. (Barrel, 2019)
Reference to the case :
Simard, 2021, If the final exam p. )
Bibliography (references at the end of document)
Examples :
Book
Schein, E., 1985. Organizational culture and leadership, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
– Article in a journal
Lascoumes, P., 1996. “The activities of government, conventional (APC) : a new instrument of public policy? The example of the protection of the industrial environment “, Sociologie du travail, 4 (96) : 551-573.
– Chapter in a collective work
Friedberg, E., 1994. “The strategic reasoning as a method of analysis and as a tool for intervention “, in F. Pad (dir.), Strategic analysis: its genesis, its applications, and its current problems, Paris, Seuil, p. 135-152.
For the PPT of the course
Simard, L., 2020. Public Administration in Canada : structures, institutions and components, PPT presentation, weeks 4 and 5, PAP 1701, University of Ottawa.
Website
Walker, A. 2019. “Germany avoids recession but growth remains “. BBC News, 14 November, https://www.bbc.com/news/business-50419127 [accessed June 17, 2020].
The case of the final exam
Simard, L., 2021. Title of the case. PAP 1701, Introduction to public administration
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