b. Organization of the paper and presentation. (1) Introduction to the topic. Briefly introduce the

b. Organization of the paper and presentation. (1) Introduction to the topic. Briefly introduce the reason this book is important and the context in which it is written. (2) Major themes or theses of the book. Describe in some detail the authors main arguments and then discuss how the author intends to demonstrate these arguments. (3) Connection of this book to the themes we have studied in this class. In this section, you will want to reference some (not all) of the literature we have discussed during the semester. (4) Strengths and weaknesses. In this section, discuss how effective or ineffective the author is in making the major points of the book. In this section, the other literature you have reviewed will be helpful. You should cite what others have said about the work in this section. (5) Implications and influence on the study or practice of public administration. Given the arguments the author has set out, what are the implications for the study and/or the practice of public administration?

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