Reaction Papers Required to write two papers one-page each ONLY, double-space or single space reaction paper of the attached readings. What’s a reaction paper? These papers are supposed to give you an opportunity to consider critically and carefully what you have read. You convey what you think about the material, whether or not you agree or disagree with it and why, and why is this so. You draw from your experience and any knowledge you have acquired through work, other classes, or your contact with government. In essence, it should demonstrate your point of view on the issue (s) at hand. It must be well-written and free of grammatical errors. See attached WORD doc instructions. Additional Information on Written Assignments All written assignments must be typed, in size 12 font, and double space or single space. The first page must include: name (s), course number, title of project and date. Please use the American Psychological Association (APA) publication style or the Chicago Manual, author date style. Make sure you include both parenthetical citations and a references section. Limit the number of footnotes or endnotes. They should only be used in instances when additional technical information can be useful in understanding the context of what is being discussed. One more thing though, do not put the subheadings provided in the guidelines in the reaction papers. That is: do not put –introduction, body, and conclusion. The paper should be in the form of essay and read seamlessly. 1. Reaction paper 2 on Poister, T. and Streib, G Theodore H Poister, & Gregory Streib. (2005). Elements of Strategic Planning and Management in Municipal Government: Status after Two Decades. Public Administration Review, 65(1), 45-56. Retrieved March 12, 2010, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 788053391). 2. Reaction paper 3 on de Lancer Julnes’s “Does participation…?”

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