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Volume XVI

Number 1

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mini-Symposium

 

Narrative in Public Administration………….…………...........................................……………....1

Editor: Sandford Borins

 

From Classroom to Scholarly Journal: Mini-Symposium Introduction............................1

Sandford Borins

 

Terry Fallis and Canadian Satire……………………………….…………………............………………….4

Joshua W.P. White

 

Narrative and Politics of Hacking in “WarGames,” “Sneakers,” and “Blackhat”........…21

Irene P. Poetranto

 

Analysis and Commentary

 

Exploring How Peripheral Items Reach the Governmental Agenda:

The Case of Earmark Usage………………………………………………...........……….…………………37

Daniel Baracskay

  

Harnessing Government Open Data for Creative Expression:

Composing Electronic Music Using Publicly Available Sound Recordings…..........…….54

Marcus D. Mauldin and Matthew Johnson

 

A Look Back

 

Public Administration’s First Training and Development Arm: The Origins and

Pioneering Programs of the National Institute of Public Affairs, 1934-1985…….........63

Mordecai Lee

 

Fiction

 

Hard Times on the Potomac……………………………………………………………………………………84

Larry Hubbell

 

Exhibit Review

 

Review of Mastering the Metropolis: New York and Zoning, 1916-2016……………...105

Museum of the City of New York, New York, November 9, 2016-April 23, 2017

Reviewed by Jonathan Woolley

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