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Systems of political control and bureaucracy in human societies

American Ethnological Society.

Systems of political control and bureaucracy in human societies

proceedings of the 1958 annual spring meeting of the American Ethnological Society.

by American Ethnological Society.

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Published by American Ethnological Society; distributed by the University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political anthropology.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPolitical control and bureaucracy in human societies.
    StatementEdited by Verne F. Ray.
    SeriesAmerican Ethnological Society. Proceedings of the annual spring meeting, 1958
    ContributionsRay, Verne Frederick, 1905-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21939068M

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Bureaucracy (/ b j ʊəˈr ɒ k r ə s i /) refers to both a body of non-elected government officials and an administrative policy-making group. Historically, [when?] a bureaucracy was a government administration managed by departments staffed with non-elected officials.

Today, bureaucracy is the administrative system governing any large institution, whether publicly owned or privately owned. political control. However, our main con-tribution is in showing the causal mecha-nisms of political control across multiple agencies.

We empirically determine how political control occurs, as well as the relative importance of various political stimuli (i.e., appointments, budgets, reor-ganizations, oversight, and.

The term “bureaucracy” is unfortunately most often used pejoratively to describe dysfunctional organizations laden with processes and paperwork that prevent effective and efficient cooperation among large groups of people.

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The members of hunting and gathering societies primarily survive by hunting animals, fishing, and gathering plants. The vast majority of these societies existed in the past, with only a few (perhaps a million people total) living today on the verge of extinction. To survive, early human societies completely depended upon their immediate.

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Political Order in Changing Societies by Samuel P. Huntington New Haven and London, Yale University Press. debile political systems. The United States, Great Britain, and the working systems of civilian control over the military, ex­. Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph Systems of political control and bureaucracy in human societies, edited by Verne F.

Ray Published By: Original publisher Systems of political control and bureaucracy in human societies, edited by Verne F. Ray Seattle, Wash.:. Theories of Political Control of Bureaucracy This chapter closes with a review of the most popular contemporary theory of political control of bureaucracy: principal agent theory or, more simply, agency theory.

The initial premise of this theory was that bureaucracies are either out of control or at least very difficult to controlFile Size: 1MB.

Chiefdoms and States Some horticultural societies of the past developed more intensive agricultural subsistence patterns when their populations grew into the thousands. As this interrelated economic and populational transition occurred, they were forced to create a new level of political integration in order to maintain unity and order.

“It occurred to Susan that men were always waiting for something cataclysmic--love or war or a giant asteroid. Every man wanted to be a hot-headed Bruce Willis character, fighting against the evil foreign enemy while despising the domestic bureaucracy. The political and administrative history of human civilization from the ancient empires and city-states to the modern nation-states reveals a central feature of governance in all societies: the relationship between the administrative or bureaucratic elites and the political elites, the higher level civil servants and politicians, and the elected and nonelected officials.

Bureaucracy, as an efficient administrative structure and set of regulations in place to control activities, usually in large organizations and government, must take into account all the forms of the political and administrative governance, i.e.

any new behaviour in power that is File Size: 1MB. We will present results on the dynamics of political control of the bureaucracy from our study of seven different federal agencies. The findings confirm past re-search on assorted agencies showing that bureaucracies do respond to external politics.

Since our sample of agencies is large, the results demonstrate the scope of political by:. Such pathologies are likely to be worse where mechanisms of political control and political influence on bureaucracy are stronger. Bureaucracies Seek to Respond to Political Institutions Government agencies in a democracy are open systems, and their characteristics make them highly dependent on the by: 1.Written by a leading authority in the field, it offers an extensive, well documented, comparative analysis stressing the effects of politics and organised interests on bureaucracy.

New to Routledge is proud to publish the fifth edition of this comprehensive, comparative exploration of the /5(14).Instead of utilizing traditions, emotions, or values to motivate behavior, in a bureaucracy, people used rational calculation. Regarding Western societies, Weber called this increasing rationalization an “iron cage” that trapped individuals in systems based solely on efficiency, rational calculation, and control.