- This is the Assignment #2 for my CPPA 101 course. - The assignment requires me to answer one of the questions by having 2000-3000 words. I only want at this point 1100 words because my Mac broke down and now I have lost all my work. I have no time nor money to request 2000 words. Thank you for your support. Assignment 2: DUE ON Monday, July 11, 2016 (30% of Final Grade) In a properly formatted and documented Research Paper of 2000-3000 words, typed, double- spaced, select ONE of the following topics to explore: 1. Explain how the interplay of democracy and political culture affect public administration in Canada. 2. Explain the difference between state and government and analyze how different forms of democracy affect the way government is structured, organized and run in Canada 3. If you were prime minister, how many government departments would you create and what would they be? In what areas would you use other bodies like crown corporations and regulatory agencies? What areas would you privatize and why? Justify your answer by explaining what areas of life contemporary government should be involved in. 4. Explain what mechanisms within the organization of government provide democratic accountability and control of the bureaucracy. Is it possible to counter the power of the "professional expert" (i.e. the career public servant) with these mechanisms? Any paper submitted after the scheduled due date will receive a 4% per day deduction as part of the evaluation process. Term assignment papers are to be based on the integration and analysis of research. The expository writing style is the most common style used in writing university research essay papers. Familiarize with this style of writing. As a general rule, students should apply a minimum of five (5) sources to the writing of each assignment paper, based on the assigned readings, primarily; however, students are encouraged to look to outside readings, as part of the research assignment. Research applied to term assignment papers must be documented, effectively and accurately, in the form of the APA style format. Also, familiarize, yourself, with the APA style format and how it is applied to each type of source being introduced in the paper. See the APA style guide posted in the Course Materials link in the coming weeks for student reference. Assignments papers are to be submitted via email as an MS Word document (.doc) file attachment to my faculty e-mail address at: [email protected] and to the Turnitin assignment link created for each assignment in the `Assignments` link on this course site, prior to the published due date. Papers that are submitted on time will be returned within a two-week period. Papers submitted after the posted due date will receive a 4% grade deduction, per day, up until seven days after the due date, after which the assignment will not be eligible for evaluation and will receive a "0" grade. Both term assignment papers must be submitted, prior to the exam date, in order for the student to qualify to write the final exam!
Public Administration Name Institutional Affiliation Public Administration How democracy interplay and political culture affect the public administration in Canada Canada is a recognized democratic country known for its parliamentary democracy as well as its constitutional monarchy. On public administration, every country must have a constitution. The Canadian law consists of the written as well as unwritten customs, acts as well as judicial decisions and country traditions. The Canadian legal system is founded on the English common law, though consists of the 1867 constitution document that was later transformed to transfer the power of rule from the British colony to the Canadian government. Canada is organized into administrative divisions, which include three territories as well as some provinces. The executive domineering of Canada came into play in the year 1867 after the country gained its independence. Canada has more than 31 million people, with more than 80 percent of the population residing in towns and cities bordering the United States. Public administration takes into account some demographic factors, and as such, the largest cities in Canada include Toronto with a population of about 4.4 million people