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What is the overall perspective, purpose, or argument of the book?

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What is the overall perspective, purpose, or argument of the book?

Our Global Neighborhood

INSTRUCTIONS:

Critical Book Review Instructions & Grading rubric

You will write a book review on Our Global Neighborhood (2005) by the Commission on Global Goverance. Be sure to review the Critical Book Review Grading Rubric before starting this assignment.

The “Critical Book Review” should be 5–full pages in length, not including the title and reference page. Format your review in 5 main sections: introduction, summary, critique and evaluation, application, and conclusion. Do not summarize or critique the chapters chronologically. Consider the book as a whole. Avoid excessive quotations. State the authors’ view points in your own words and give specific page references when paraphrasing.

  • Introduction

Give a brief introduction of the book you are critically reviewing. Be sure to inlcude a thesis statement of the major points, etc. ***Brief introduction MUST be 8 sentences long*** I highly suggest reviewing document “Thesis Statement for Critical Book Review” and use it as a guide for your thesis statement. Also review the “Critical Book Review Guide” to help you write the introduction.

 

Summary
Summarize the main theme of the book. What is the overall perspective, purpose, or argument of the book? If the author wanted you to get one idea from the book, what would it be? I highly suggest reviewing the “Critical Book Review Guide” to help you write the summary.

 

Critique and Evaluation
This section needs to balance the book`s strengths and weaknesses in order to unify your critique and evaluation. What strikes you as noteworthy? What has the book accomplished? In what ways was the book effective or persuasive? Challenge assumptions, approaches, or arguments made by the author. Does the argument make sense? You can offer agreement or disagreement and identify where you find the work exemplary or deficient in its knowledge, judgments, or organization. Provide concrete evidence for your assertions. Support judgements with references from the textbook reading in this course. Be sure that your critique and evaluation is balanced, respectful, and fair. Control the tone of your critique and evaluation. I highly suggest reviewing the “Critical Book Review Guide” to help you write the [critical] critique and evaluation.

 

  • Application
    This section should demonstrate how the book has enhanced your understanding of current public policy issues. Additionally, briefly assess a current public policy issue in current events in light of the theories presented in this material. You must also introduce new ideas that go beyond the book if they compliment ideas you have gleaned from reading in the book.

 

  • Conclusion

Give a succinct conclusion. In this section, you may use first person as you offer your overall evaluation of this material. Would you recommend the book to other ministers, to seminary students, or to laypersons? Why, or why not? What did you learn from this book? The goal of the conclusion is simply to end the review and to provide some application. I highly suggest reviewing the “Critical Book Review Guide” to help you write the conclusion. ***Conclusion MUST be 10 sentences long***

CONTENT:

Critical Book Review: Our Global Neighborhood Name Course Instructor Date Introduction Global governance has gained interest in the media and academia more than ever before. This is especially with the UN exercising power, and more countries having joined the UN body and ready to adopt a framework of civic ethic acceptable globally. ‘Our Global Neighborhood’ by the Commission on Global Governance synthesizes the recommendations set to be adopted by the United Nations as a pathway to global governance. Global governance has emphasized the role of the UN Security Council and non-state actors in instituting global governance. Besides the political objective, global governance also seeks to establish specific economic organizations to make broad economic policies. Global interconnectedness and the changing global order has meant that the state-centered approach in international relations is being challenged by the emergence of an ever-changing global civil society. The political economy of individual countries and the world at a large is a concern since it also affects security issues. This is a critical evaluation of Our Global Neighborhood beginning with a summary of the book as well as strengths and weaknesses of the text, and it also briefly mentions application of the book. Summary The Commission on Global Governance recognized the need to have a definite civic ethic based on share values in a global neighborhood. Hence, the commission suggests that ref...


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