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Bureaucratic organizations

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Bureaucratic organizations Bureaucracy- according to Max Weber, (rational way for modern society to conduct its business) a hierarchical authority structure that uses task specialization, operates on the merit principle, and behaves with impersonality. Bureaucracies govern modern states. bureaucracy means that a government is divided into many parts so that one person/party does not hold all the power Iron triangles- a mutually dependent relationship between bureaucratic agencies, interest groups, and congressional committees or subcommittees. Iron triangles dominate some areas of policy making Interest groups give information and support requests to the bureaucracy and interest groups also give campaign contributions and support and information to the
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Unformatted text preview: congressional committees. then they tive information and help with the constituent’s complaints to the congressional subcommitteses of the house and senate and then lefislation is made affecting the members of the industry u Lobby to congress u if they go through litigation to achieve victories. ..thats important because they go through the judicial branch ama To promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health. The Litigation Center filed amicus curiae briefs supporting the patient in the appeals. helping physicians help patients providing health care for the american public...
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  • Fall '08
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  • Amicus curiae briefs, hierarchical authority structure, mutually dependent relationship, appeals. helping physicians

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