п»їBrillo, B. M. C. (2010). Power national politics in policymaking: The anti-money laundering work of the Thailand. Arts and Social Savoir Journal. Retrieved from https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/33215/6/Gibson_Melissa_M_201211_MA_thesis.pdf Magee, J. C., & Langner, C. A. (2008). How personal and socialized power motivation facilitate asocial and prosocial decision-making. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1017&context=psycd_fac
This kind of journal examines the impact of electrical power on the policy making process. Power and cash are major motivators inside the policy production process. This log claimed a prediction could be make around the outcome of a public insurance plan based on the known inspirations of political leaders and policy think tanks. An experiment was conducted to find out how electric power can affect the decision production process. In the experiment groups of people from many different backgrounds were given information on the Cuban razzo crisis and what decisions should have been made if we were holding involved in the making decisions process. With this experiment the predictions from the authors had been true. Most of the people surveyed chose alternatives that would best benefit themselves which was rising the turmoil because this would have an adverse influence on the other party which would be the Soviet Union. (Magee & Langner 2008)
That stuff seriously this article was well written nevertheless the information offered was somewhat flawed. In the experiment six of the test out subjects had to be removed since they did not follow guidance. This would not have been so bad if the amount surveyed was more than 96 people. Due to this I feel the results cannot be very accurate. Yet this record does have a valid argument in this money and power impact policy making, another diary I saw agreed with this and declared " Electric power is convincing in politics" (Brillo 2010). So although the information on the...