PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AS A SYSTEMIC PHENOMENON IN SOCIETY

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Karpa, M. I. and Akimova, L. M. and Akimov, O. O. and Serohina, N. and Oleshko, O. and Lipovska, N. (2021) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AS A SYSTEMIC PHENOMENON IN SOCIETY. AD ALTA: Journal of interdisciplinary research (11(1)). pp. 56-62.

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PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AS A SYSTEMIC PHENOMENON IN SOCIETY

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The article aims to reveal the concept and principles of public administration as a systemic phenomenon in society. The main task in management is the joint activity of people, their individual groups, and organizations, ensuring coordination and interaction, and its essence is in the implementation of a control effect on particular objects. Social management is a purposeful impact on society for its improvement, preservation, improvement, and development. It consists of two types: self-regulation of society and public administration. Management is purposeful, organizing and regulating influence of people on their personal, social, collective and group life activities, which is carried out both directly in the forms of self-government and with the help of specially created structures, such as the state, public associations, parties, unions, associations, firms and other organizations.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Law, Public administration, Organization, Society, Sociology of management
Бібліографічний опис: Public administration as a systemic phenomenon in society / M. Karpa, L. Akimova, O. Akimov [etc.] // AD ALTA: Journal of interdisciplinary research. - 2021. - Vol. 11, Issue 1, Special Issue XV. - P. 56-62.
Subjects: За напрямами > Усі спеціальності
Depositing User: С. В. Бойчук
Date Deposited: 16 Feb 2021 09:31
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2021 09:31
URI: http://ep3.nuwm.edu.ua/id/eprint/19795

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