Request if possible my previous writer, ResearchPro or?????, hope either one is available. This is the next of the weekly course homework assignments for the readings. The weekly required readings are to be used to answer the assigned Weekly Question-Set. The course weekly readings will include readings from the 4 required course texts and additional articles in which I can provide a pdf. file to the Writer. If the Writer can not access these course text and articles online please advise.
The course has 4 course books assigned (listed below for reference and applicability if needed to respond to Question ??"Set. The weekly coursework assigned are "question-sets" that have to be answered in the way, as per syllabus (typed below), based upon the current weekly readings and inclusive of and in relation to all course readings from previous weeks
1) This weeks readings and theme are: The American Founding and the Constitution’s Design: (Class #6)
Cook, Brian J. Bureaucracy and Self Government. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996, Chapter 4.
Skowronek, Stephen. Building a New American State: The Expansion of National Administrative Capacities, 1877-1920. New York: Cambridge, 1982, Chapters 3-5.
, Daniel P. The Forgoing of Bureaucratic Autonomy: Reputations, Networks, and Policy Innovation in Executive Agencies, 1862-1928. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001, Chapters 1-2. (On Scholar)
Nelson, The Roots of American Bureaucracy, Chapters 3-5.
Wilson, Woodrow. “The Study of Administration.” 1887. Reprinted in Political Science Quarterly 56 (1941): 481-506.
2) Assignment PART II - Submit written answers that respond to the Weekly Question-Sets
The question sets are intended to stimulate reflection upon, and meaningful discussion of, course readings and themes. The answer to EACH question (one page in length, double-spaced) should respond DIRECTLY to the question posed. The purpose of this exercise is to encourage reflective reading and informed a synthesis of the material rather than a summarization the contents of the readings. Instead, make sure to engage with the questions raised, FOCUSING on interesting ideas, points of curiosity or complexity, or perhaps puzzles or paradoxes revealed. The Class 6 Question Set is as follows:
Reading Questions : for Class 6
1. What are the single most important conclusions from each of the three chapters??"the civil service reform, the army reform efforts and the dawn of federal business regulation??"that Skowronek would like us to take away for understanding the development of a New American State?
2. After reviewing Nelson’s three chapters dealing with the progressive period after the Civil War, what parts of his analysis do you see as either most important or most interesting for understanding the development of the American bureaucracy?
3. How does Carpenter
use the examples of several federal departments in the post-civil war period to begin to make his argument about bureaucratic autonomy?
4. Compare and contrast the way that Cook views the respective views of Croly and Wilson concerning the appropriate role of public administration in the American state. How does this discussion fit in to Cook’s overall theme of instrumental and constitutive reasoning in public administration?
3) Course Texts Required:
a. Cook, Brian J. Bureaucracy and Self Government. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
b. Nelson, William E. The Roots of American Bureaucracy, 1830-1900. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1982.
c. Bertelli, Anthony and Laurence Lynn. Madison’s Managers: Public Administration and the Constitution. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2006.
d. Skowronek, Stephen. Building a New American State: The Expansion of National Administrative Capacities, 1877-1920. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1982.
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Bertelli, Anthony. & Lynn, Lawrence. Madison's Managers: Public Administration and the Constitution. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2006.
Carpenter, Daniel P. The Forging of Bureaucratic Autonomy: Reputations, Networks, and Policy Innovation in Executive Agencies, 1862 -- 1928. Princeton University
Cook, Brian J. Bureaucracy and Self-Government. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University
Nelson, William E. The Roots of American Bureaucracy 1830 -- 1900. Beard Books,
Skowronek, Stephen. Building a New American State: The Expansion of National
Administrative Capacities: 1870 -- 1920. Cambridge University Press, 1982.
Wilson, Woodrow. "The Study of Administration." Political Science Quarterly,56. 1941,