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Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, Learning Theories, Teaching Resources, DIY Projects
What is an appointment?
An appointment can be a rendez-vous, an agreement to meet with someone at a particular time and place. An appointment can also be a job that is given to someone by a person in power; a political appointment. ...
Asked in Definitions
What is the definition of a political appointment?
An appointment that is made for purely political reasons, having no bearing on the recipients suitability or competence. -Unfortunately very common in modern government. ...
What is political appointment?
The US Government's code of ethics says that it is 'any appointment by the President, the Vice President, or by any agency head'. In everyday usage, it often means an appointment not merely based on someone's capabilities alone, but largely based on someone's political alliance to the person making the appointment. ...
Asked in US Presidents
How can presidents influence courts via the appointment process?
The president tries to choose nominees who agree with his political and judicial philosophy. However, he also has to pick people the Senate will confirm. ...
An appointment to pay off political debt is called?
It usually refers to relatives, but giving political jobs/appointments in return for political favors is nepotism. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Alistair Clark written?
Alistair Clark has written: 'Political parties in the UK' -- subject(s): Politics and government, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / General, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / Elections, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / Political Parties, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Democracy, Political parties, History ...
What are the roles of election in the political process?
It is the point of choice - when change can happen in the political process. ...
Asked in Politics and Government, Germany in WW2
The process by which people acquire political beliefs and attitudes?
Political socialization is the process by which people acquire political beliefs and attitudes. ...
What do you have to do to get circumcised?
Make an appointment with your doctor and he or she will guide you through the process. ...
Asked in History of the United States
The process of redetermining how many representatives each state gets?
The process of redetermining how many representatives each state gets is known as the United States congressional appointment. This appointment process is based on the overall population distribution throughout the country. ...
How is politics interrelated to political science?
Politics is the process by which people determine who gets what. Political science is the study of that process and variations of that process. ...
Asked in Political Office Holders
What do the effects of campaign finance contributions have on political process?
what effects do campaign finance contributions have on the political process? ...
Why does the supreme court feel less political pressure than congress in making judgments about the constitution?
Appointment is for life. Beyond political restrabution.
When the president places a candidate on the bench while Congress is not in session the process is called what?
the process is called making a recess appointment. The appointment can be reversed by a majority of the congress when they return, but otherwise will stand. At least that's my understanding. ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Government
How does the appointment and confirmation process restrict presidential power?
The appointment and confirmation process restricts presidential power. This is because these appointments aren't scheduled by the president. These appointments are scheduled by a different part of the government system, and this is the answer to your question. ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Supreme Court
Which branch can stop the appointment of a US Supreme Court justice?
The Legislative Branch, but more specifically, the Senate can stop the appointment of a US Supreme Court justice. The House plays no role in the appointment process. ...
Asked in US Constitution
What is the senate's role in the appointment process?
The majority of senators present and vote for confirmation.
Asked in Politics and Government
What is one way American citizens participate in the political process?
What is one way American citizens participate in the political process