A committee appointed for a particular or temporary purpose in either the House or the Senate?
A "committee" is just a group of people assigned to a certain activity or purpose, i.e. "pool cleaning committee." Committees exist in Congress to make legislative investigations, studies, and recommendations, and to decide which laws or proposals to being to a vote in the particular house. Similarly, a committee as part of an organization can exist for the purposes of investigation, oversight, fiscal authority, or advice.
A standing committee is one that never is dissolved. Standing committees in government are permanent structures to help guide government by special activities supervision. These may have different members over the years, but they are permanent active committees. In contrast, a "committee" is formed for one purpose to investigate a particular issue. After the issue has been resolved, the committee dissolves. These have less impact than standing committees as they are limited in scope and…
Studying politics provides an understanding of the following: * the structure and operation of a country's government; * the policies of a particular country government; * the political parties and what their ideology is about in a particular country; * how officials either become elected into office or are appointed; and * how that country's justice system operates.
The purpose of a committee system is to be able to work in smaller groups that deal with only one issue. The opposite could lead to chaos within the legislative system because everyone wants their different ideas discussed at the same time. The committee system keeps the meetings focused on the issues, one at a time.