Q1 Compare and contrast public administration and business administration. From reading and experience, what do you believe to be the most important similarities, and the central differences? What is the direction of change? Are the differences becoming sharper or less distinct? Explain. Term Paper Proposal In week 3 of the course (or earlier), students will submit in hard copy a term paper proposal of no more than 1 page (typed in a standard size 12 font, double-spaced, with 1 inch margins) that includes the following: I. Pick one Question from the Three Questions provided in the Term Paper Assignment. This question will be the question that you will answer in your term paper. II. A list of the parts of the question (in other words, what exactly is the question asking?). For instance, Q1 has four parts; Q2 has five parts; and Q3 has four parts, (more or less). Do your best to identify each part of the question. This will help you outline your paper and come up with a thesis statement. It will also prepare you to identify what the question is asking so that you can answer all parts of it Once you’ve got a list of the parts of the question, you can brainstorm to come up with concrete answers to each part that are based on the readings (rather than your own opinion, unless you think you can find evidence to support it). You do not need to include your brainstorming ideas in your proposal, but you’re welcome to as long as your proposal doesn’t exceed 1 page. III. A thesis statement that addresses all parts of the question. Your thesis statement needs to be very explicit. Remember, the thesis statement is made up of the 1 to 3 sentences that state very clearly what your argument is so that you can organize your paper around each of the claims. The proposal draft will be graded (50 points), and is meant to get you thinking about your topic early. I also give this to you early to you can start to filter out any questions and concerns that may arise. This way, when you go to write your paper you have clear direction and an outline. ~~~For this or similar assignment papers~~~