Provide Current Event Analysis on this article
First Paragraph Citation – To be in APA format beginning with the author’s last name first (often in the case of a news article it will be the reporter’s name), and then first and middle initials (not names) (if no author is named then list the source by title), then publication date in parenthesis, followed by a period, then article’s complete title, including subtitles, and then the name of the online news source (i.e., New York Times, MSNBC, Fox-News, etc.) then the words “Retrieved from” followed by the URL-link to the article. Use a period followed by a space to separate author, date, title, news source (italicized), and retrieved from information. For example the first paragraph of the CE should read Gettleman, J. (2014, December 27). UN says malnutrition in Darfur on the rise. Boston Globe. Retrieved from http://www.boston.com.
Second Paragraph Summary – A summary of the article in the student’s own words: (1) in no less than one-half the words of the student’s Critical Analysis discussion of the article, but (2) no longer than the student’s Critical Analysis discussion of the article, and (3) include in-summary citations to the subject article in APA format.
Third Paragraph Critical Analysis (evidence of critical thinking) – narrative discussion including: (1) the student’s analysis as to the article’s significance, relevance, and relationship to the course, (2) student’s opinion with rationale regarding the article’s public administration subject and/or issue, and (3) supported by at least four (4) in-discussion reference citations to pages in the course text or another authority on the subject, with at least one in-discussion citation to the course text. The in-text reference citation required is a modified version of the APA author-date citation system modified by including the relevant page number.
For example, in the case where you are referencing let’s say page 149 in the course text then your citation would typically come at the end of the sentence (or phrase being referenced) but before the period (or comma, semicolon, etc.) and begin with a parenthesis followed by the author’s surname, date of publication, and the page number(s) and then the closing parenthesis, and then the period like so = (Clemons & McBeth, 2016, p. 149