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Exchanging Information: District Office Interactions in Illinois

With a dearth of research involving district office relationships, this analysis seeks to explore both what district office relationships look like and why they develop. Data from personal interviews with district office personnel in Illinois suggest three categories that describe these office interactions: closely connected, remotely connected, and organically connected. The findings from this project lay the foundation for understanding the importance of district office relationships as they pertain to representative democracy in the United States.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:siu.edu/oai:opensiuc.lib.siu.edu:theses-1849
Date01 May 2012
CreatorsMcEvilly, Kyle
PublisherOpenSIUC
Source SetsSouthern Illinois University Carbondale
Detected LanguageEnglish
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