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Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Pros of Bureaucracy
Cons of Bureaucracy
How are Government Workers Chosen?
Bureaucracy - a large, complex administrative structure that…
effective way for multiple people to work on public issues... ca…
inefficient and waste can come from having too many levels of…
Political Appointees- top leadership positions whom the Presi…
Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy - a large, complex administrative structure that…
Pros of Bureaucracy
effective way for multiple people to work on public issues... ca…
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The Bureaucracy
The Federal Bureaucracy
Implementation
Regulation
The Cabinet Departments
includes all of the agencies, people, and procedures through…
Translation of policy goals into rules and shared operating p…
The use of government authority to control or changes practic…
Major Department of the Executive Branch(Each headed by a sec…
The Federal Bureaucracy
includes all of the agencies, people, and procedures through…
Implementation
Translation of policy goals into rules and shared operating p…
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Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
What three principles was a bureaucrac…
Hierarchical authority
federal civil service
A system of managing government through departments run by ap…
Hierarchical authority, Job speicalization, formalized rules
A chain of command in which authority follows from the top do…
A system created by the 1883 Pendleton Civil Service Act in w…
Bureaucracy
A system of managing government through departments run by ap…
What three principles was a bureaucrac…
Hierarchical authority, Job speicalization, formalized rules
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Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Pros of Bureaucracy
Cons of Bureaucracy
How are Government Workers Chosen?
Bureaucracy - a large, complex administrative structure that…
effective way for multiple people to work on public issues... ca…
inefficient and waste can come from having too many levels of…
Political Appointees- top leadership positions whom the Presi…
Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy - a large, complex administrative structure that…
Pros of Bureaucracy
effective way for multiple people to work on public issues... ca…
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Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Pros of Bureaucracy
Cons of Bureaucracy
How are Government Workers Chosen?
Bureaucracy - a large, complex administrative structure that…
effective way for multiple people to work on public issues... ca…
inefficient and waste can come from having too many levels of…
Political Appointees- top leadership positions whom the Presi…
Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy - a large, complex administrative structure that…
Pros of Bureaucracy
effective way for multiple people to work on public issues... ca…
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Bureaucracy
Red tape
Federal Bureaucracies
Political appointees
Civil servants
All civil war veterans' records were bound in red tape, and t…
Are a collection of ... -executive branch dept... -agencies... -boards…
Work in bureaucracy ... Heads of departments, agencies, corpora…
Hired career govt services ... Entire career (mailmen)
Red tape
All civil war veterans' records were bound in red tape, and t…
Federal Bureaucracies
Are a collection of ... -executive branch dept... -agencies... -boards…
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Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
hierarchy
professionals
bureaucratic roles
collection of departments, agencies, bureaus, commissions, an…
each person should have only one immediate supervisor, and ea…
must be done on the basis of merit
1. service, regulation, implementation, and policymaking... 2. g…
bureaucracy
collection of departments, agencies, bureaus, commissions, an…
hierarchy
each person should have only one immediate supervisor, and ea…
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Bureaucracy
What is an O-ring and what part did it…
Who was Sargent Shriver, what position…
What problems occurred under Shriver b…
Did the President's State of the Union…
An O-ring is a part used to seal pipes and other connections,…
He was head over Peace Corps. He was the president's brother-…
The president's brother in law didn't know really anything ab…
Yes, it put pressure on NASA because he mentioned a school te…
What is an O-ring and what part did it…
An O-ring is a part used to seal pipes and other connections,…
Who was Sargent Shriver, what position…
He was head over Peace Corps. He was the president's brother-…
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Bureaucracy
What is an O-ring and what part did it…
Who was Sargent Shriver, what position…
What problems occurred under Shriver b…
Did the President's State of the Union…
An O-ring is a part used to seal pipes and other connections,…
He was head over Peace Corps. He was the president's brother-…
The president's brother in law didn't know really anything ab…
Yes, it put pressure on NASA because he mentioned a school te…
What is an O-ring and what part did it…
An O-ring is a part used to seal pipes and other connections,…
Who was Sargent Shriver, what position…
He was head over Peace Corps. He was the president's brother-…
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Bureaucracy
Define Bureaucracy
Define patronage
Explain the spoils system and the prob…
What is the purpose of the Pendleton A…
A large, complex organization of appointed, not elected offic…
The practice of filling government positions is described in…
A practice that President Jackson started to use by rewarding…
Placed federal jobs under the Civil Service Commission, which…
Define Bureaucracy
A large, complex organization of appointed, not elected offic…
Define patronage
The practice of filling government positions is described in…
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bureaucracy
bureaucracy-
what connotations are used with the bu…
what does the bureaucracy include?
how Many Civilians are in the bureaucr…
large complex organization of appointed officials
negative connotation
it includes all the departments the executive branch
2.7 million
bureaucracy-
large complex organization of appointed officials
what connotations are used with the bu…
negative connotation
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The Bureaucracy
Types of federal organizations
Departments
Independent Agencies
Independent Regulatory Commissions
Departments, Independent Agencies, Independent Regulatory Com…
large organization responsible for broad policy realms. Depar…
government organization with narrow responsibilities for a sp…
govern a specific issue area, not under the direction of the…
Types of federal organizations
Departments, Independent Agencies, Independent Regulatory Com…
Departments
large organization responsible for broad policy realms. Depar…
The Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
Department
Independent Agency
A large, complex organization in which employees have specifi…
The office in charge of hiring for most agencies of the feder…
The biggest unit of the executive branch, covering a broad ar…
An executive agency that is not part of a cabinet department.
Bureaucracy
A large, complex organization in which employees have specifi…
Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
The office in charge of hiring for most agencies of the feder…
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The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
political infuences
areas of delgation
iron triangle
large, complex orginization composed of appointed officials,…
authourity shared by congress and president... federal agencies…
subsidies, grants, and regulations
3-way allinance among legislatures, bureaucratsm and interst…
bureaucracy
large, complex orginization composed of appointed officials,…
political infuences
authourity shared by congress and president... federal agencies…
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The Bureaucracy
D: bureaucracy
Under Articles of Confederation, 1st C…
Who did Congress authorize? And to do…
Dept. of Justice
set of complex hierarchical departments, agencies, commission…
-treasury... -foreign affairs... -war... -1798: Navy... -1849: Interior (…
-Attorney General... -give president & department heads legal ad…
-became a cabinet in 1870... -in response to the Civil War & rec…
D: bureaucracy
set of complex hierarchical departments, agencies, commission…
Under Articles of Confederation, 1st C…
-treasury... -foreign affairs... -war... -1798: Navy... -1849: Interior (…
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Federal Bureaucracy
spoils system
patronage
merit system
Pendleton Act
the firing of public-office holders of a defeated political p…
A patronage job, promotion, or contract is one that is given…
A system of employment based on qualifications, test scores,…
Passed in 1883, an Act that created a federal civil service s…
spoils system
the firing of public-office holders of a defeated political p…
patronage
A patronage job, promotion, or contract is one that is given…
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Chapter 8: Bureaucracy
Federal Bureaucracy
The Spoils System
Patronage
Merit System
The thousands of federal government agencies and institutions…
The firing of public office-holders of a defeated political p…
Jobs,grants, or other special favors that are given as reward…
A system of employment based on qualifications. test scores.…
Federal Bureaucracy
The thousands of federal government agencies and institutions…
The Spoils System
The firing of public office-holders of a defeated political p…
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Ramon Bureaucracy
administrative discretion
agency
iron triangle
bureaucracy
The exercise of professional expertise and judgment, as oppos…
In sociology and philosophy, agency is the capacity of an ent…
The iron triangle is a unique relationship between the bureau…
Max Weber states that it was a "rational" way for a modern so…
administrative discretion
The exercise of professional expertise and judgment, as oppos…
agency
In sociology and philosophy, agency is the capacity of an ent…
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Presidency & Bureaucracy
Bully Pulpit
Cabinet
Impeachment
Imperial Presidency
a public office of sufficiently high rank that it provides th…
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
Term used to describe a president as an "emperor" who acts wi…
Bully Pulpit
a public office of sufficiently high rank that it provides th…
Cabinet
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
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Federal Bureaucracy
15 Cabinet Departments
independent agencies
The Federal Reserve
Security Exchange Commission
Secretary of State Department... Secretary of Treasury Departmen…
outside of the cabinet departments, most of these agencies ar…
Goals: maximizing employment, stabilizing prices, and moderat…
It holds primary responsibility for enforcing the federal sec…
15 Cabinet Departments
Secretary of State Department... Secretary of Treasury Departmen…
independent agencies
outside of the cabinet departments, most of these agencies ar…
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Presidency & Bureaucracy
Bully Pulpit
Cabinet
Impeachment
Imperial Presidency
a public office of sufficiently high rank that it provides th…
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
Term used to describe a president as an "emperor" who acts wi…
Bully Pulpit
a public office of sufficiently high rank that it provides th…
Cabinet
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
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Bureaucracy-Diekema
Firing a bureaucrat
Enforcement of industry standards by b…
Biggest part of bureaucracy
Growth of bureaucracy (time)
Long, difficult process due to requirements for written notic…
Inspectors/field agents
DOD. Formerly Post Office.
Around 1940
Firing a bureaucrat
Long, difficult process due to requirements for written notic…
Enforcement of industry standards by b…
Inspectors/field agents
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Federal Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
civil service
administrative organization structured in a hierarchy that co…
jobs, grants, or other special favors that are given as rewar…
passed in 1883, an Act that created a federal civil service s…
government bureaucracy; non-elected agents ("worker bees") th…
bureaucracy
administrative organization structured in a hierarchy that co…
patronage
jobs, grants, or other special favors that are given as rewar…
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Loren Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Department of State
Department of War
Department of the Treasury
An organization with a hierarchical structure and specific re…
Responsible for diplomacy and foreign affairs.
(in 1947 consolidated, along with the Department of the Navy,…
responsible for tax revenues and government expenditures
Bureaucracy
An organization with a hierarchical structure and specific re…
Department of State
Responsible for diplomacy and foreign affairs.
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Alin Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
neutral competence
spoils system
patronage
an organization characterized by hierarchical structure, work…
neutral competence... the principal that bureaucracy should be d…
nineteenth-century practice of firing government workers of a…
system in which a successful candidate rewards friends, contr…
bureaucracy
an organization characterized by hierarchical structure, work…
neutral competence
neutral competence... the principal that bureaucracy should be d…
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The Presidency and Bureaucracy
The Budget Reform Act of 1974
Impoundment
Cabinet
Executive Agencies
A congressional effort to control presidential impoundments.…
A traditional budgeting procedure by which the President of t…
By custom. the heads of the fourteen major executive departme…
Federal agencies that are part of the executive branch but ou…
The Budget Reform Act of 1974
A congressional effort to control presidential impoundments.…
Impoundment
A traditional budgeting procedure by which the President of t…
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Federal Bureaucracy
What is Bureaucracy?
Max weber's bureaucracy-
Pendleton act:
What happened to the civil service com…
The non-elected people of the executive branch that carry out…
- Hierarchical authority structure... - Task specialization... -…
no more patronage, merit system for federal jobs... Civil servic…
civil service commission splits into 2... - Office of personnel…
What is Bureaucracy?
The non-elected people of the executive branch that carry out…
Max weber's bureaucracy-
- Hierarchical authority structure... - Task specialization... -…
Bureaucracy and Budget
Bureaucracy:
Bureaucrat:
Civil Service:
Patronage:
departments, agencies, bureaus, and commissions in the execut…
an unelected, federal government employee
a system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle
a job, promotion, or contract given for political reasons
Bureaucracy:
departments, agencies, bureaus, and commissions in the execut…
Bureaucrat:
an unelected, federal government employee
Bureaucracy and Budget
departments, agencies, bureaus, and co…
an unelected, federal government emplo…
a system of hiring and promotion based…
a job, promotion, or contract given fo…
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Civil Service
Patronage
departments, agencies, bureaus, and co…
Bureaucracy
an unelected, federal government emplo…
Bureaucrat
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Bureaucracy and the Courts
Bureaucracy
Private Bureacracy
Public Bureaucracy
Weberian model
large organization characterized by a hierarchy of authority
profit and merit based
multiple bosses, shaped by politics
Max Weber ... Rational, logical reasoning ... Based on merit
Bureaucracy
large organization characterized by a hierarchy of authority
Private Bureacracy
profit and merit based
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Presidency and Bureaucracy
Bully pulpit
Cabinet
impeachment
Imperial Presidency
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A group of advisers to the president.
A formal document charging a public official with misconduct…
President is seen as emperor taking strong actions without co…
Bully pulpit
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
Cabinet
A group of advisers to the president.
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14- the bureaucracy
acquisitive model
administrative agency
bureaucracy
cabinet department
...
a federal, state, or local government unit established to pre…
a large organization that is strutted hierarchically to carry…
one of the 15 departments of the executive branch
acquisitive model
...
administrative agency
a federal, state, or local government unit established to pre…
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The Federal Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
civil service
According to Max Weber, a hierarchal authority structure that…
One of the key inducements used by political machines. A patr…
Passed in 1883, an Act that created a federal civil service s…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchal authority structure that…
patronage
One of the key inducements used by political machines. A patr…
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The Federal Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Civil service
A hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
Bureaucracy
A hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
Patronage
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
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Bureaucracy Notes
Bureaucracy
Where does the constitution create a b…
Why might the bureaucracy be considere…
The bureaucracy has been (decreasing/i…
Sum of government agencies which carry out public policy
Actually, it never explicitly mentions bureaucracy or its idea.
-It is not directly accountable to any of the other 3 branche…
Increasing. FDR greatly expanded bureaucracy, and has been do…
Bureaucracy
Sum of government agencies which carry out public policy
Where does the constitution create a b…
Actually, it never explicitly mentions bureaucracy or its idea.
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The Federal Bureaucracy
What is a bureaucracy?
Name some Pros of a b'ucy
Name some Cons of a b'ucy/downfalls
What is the EOP? What's the purpose?
"to rule from a desk", carry out operations, accomplish goals…
1. even division of labor... 2. efficient... 3. creates jobs
1. $$$... 2.
It's the Executive Office of the President. ... Purpose? The wo…
What is a bureaucracy?
"to rule from a desk", carry out operations, accomplish goals…
Name some Pros of a b'ucy
1. even division of labor... 2. efficient... 3. creates jobs
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Chapter 8 Federal Bureaucracy
Departments
Civil Service System
Administrative Adjudication
Administrative discretion
Major administrative units with responsibility for a broad ar…
the practice of hiring goverment workers on basis of open com…
A quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
The ability of bureaucrats to make choices concerning the bes…
Departments
Major administrative units with responsibility for a broad ar…
Civil Service System
the practice of hiring goverment workers on basis of open com…
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Chapter 8: Bureaucracy Definitions
Bureaucracy
Department of State
Department of War
Department of Justice
An organization with a hierarchical structure and specific re…
Responsible for diplomacy and foreign affairs.
(in 1947 consolidated, along with the Department of the Navy,…
responsible for legal matters under federal law
Bureaucracy
An organization with a hierarchical structure and specific re…
Department of State
Responsible for diplomacy and foreign affairs.
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Chapter 13: Bureaucracy
Why do we have bureaucracy?
Pendleton Act
Spoils/ Patronage System
Merit System
Efficiency, b/c bureaucrats are specialists in their fields
Passed in 1883, an Act that created the Civil Service Commiss…
A system of public employment based on rewarding party loyali…
A system of public employment in which selection and promotio…
Why do we have bureaucracy?
Efficiency, b/c bureaucrats are specialists in their fields
Pendleton Act
Passed in 1883, an Act that created the Civil Service Commiss…
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ISIS' Surprisingly Advanced Bureaucracy
ambition
caliphate
sovereignty
territory
야망
칼리프 지위
통치권
영토
ambition
야망
caliphate
칼리프 지위
Ch. 14 - The Federal Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
civil service
a hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
a system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
passed in 1883; created a federal civil service so that hirin…
a system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
bureaucracy
a hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
patronage
a system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
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Chapter 15 : Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Civil Service
System of government in which most of the important decisions…
Power to control appointments to office or the right to privi…
Federal law established in 1883 that decided that government…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
Bureaucracy
System of government in which most of the important decisions…
Patronage
Power to control appointments to office or the right to privi…
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Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucrat
administration
staff agency
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
the officials in the executive branch of a government ad thei…
an agency which supports the chief executive and other admini…
bureaucracy
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
bureaucrat
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
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Chapter 7: Bureaucracy
BUREAUCRACY
BUREAUCRAT
CABINET DEPARTMENTS
REGULATORY COMMISSIONS
A set of structures and procedures used by organizations to a…
An employee in a bureaucracy.
Executive departments. The 15 largest and most influential ag…
Established by Congress to make rules on issues involving com…
BUREAUCRACY
A set of structures and procedures used by organizations to a…
BUREAUCRAT
An employee in a bureaucracy.
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chapter 15- bureaucracy
bureaucracy
deregulation
pendleton civil service act
civil service
hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializatio…
lifting of restrictions on business, industry, and profession…
1883; created federal civil service so that hiring and promot…
system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle a…
bureaucracy
hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializatio…
deregulation
lifting of restrictions on business, industry, and profession…
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Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucrat
administration
Executive Office of the President
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
the officials in the executive branch of a government ad thei…
an organization of several agencies staffed by the President'…
bureaucracy
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
bureaucrat
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
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Government at Work: The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucrat
administration
staff agency
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
the officials in the executive branch of a government ad thei…
an agency which supports the chief executive and other admini…
bureaucracy
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
bureaucrat
a person who works for a bureaucratice orginazation
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Bureaucracy Study Guide
Bureaucracy
Civil Service
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure is…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure is…
Civil Service
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
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Government in America: Federal Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Civil Service
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
Patronage
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
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Chapter 15 The Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Government by Proxy
Laissez-faire
Discretionary Authority
A large complex organization composed of appointed officials
Washington pays state and local governments and practice grou…
An economic theory that government should not regulate or int…
The extent to which appointed bureaucrats can choose courses…
Bureaucracy
A large complex organization composed of appointed officials
Government by Proxy
Washington pays state and local governments and practice grou…
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