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Write a 3-paragraph discussion post in which you discuss the following:
Define political influence.
Explain how important intergovernmental relations are.
Express your opinions on whether political influence and intergovernmental relations are fundamental for public administration.
** Note that , while no specific (right) answer expected, students should provide a logical and well-supported discourse for any of the subpoints listed in point 4.
** Ask the instructor when in doubt.

In your writing, cite the resources you used. This means using in-text citations and a list of references to the best of your abilities.
** Ask the instructor when in doubt.

Within the timeframe of the assignment, post a question, or offer a comment, or provide more information to TWO of your class colleagues.
** You will need to come back to this area more than once to see if anyone in class has also posted something in response to your initial writing.
** Note that just expressing agreement with the posts of class colleagues or indicating that the fellow students did a good job does not meet the assignment’s requirement. Also, a brief comment or only asking questions to a member of the class does not meet the assignment’s requirement.
** Ask the instructor when in doubt.

COURSE REFERENCE
Holzer, M. & Schwester, R. W. (2019). Public Administration – An Introduction (3rd Ed.). Routledge.
(Refer to
Chapter 3: Politics and Public Administration
Chapter 4: Intergovernmental Relations).

ADDITIONAL REFERENCES
Makinde, T. (2015). Interface between Politics and Public Policy: A Relationship of Inseparableness. G.J.I.S.S., 4(3):124-130. https://www.walshmedicalmedia.com/open-access/interface-between-politics-and-public-policy-a-relationship-of-inseparableness.pdfLinks to an external site.

Poirier, J. (2023). Chapter 8: Intergovernmental relations: The lifeblood of Federalism. In J. Kincaid, B. Robert, & H. S. Meyer (eds.). Teaching Federalism – Multidimensional Approaches (pp.79-90). Elgar Online.
** Poirier’s contribution can be retrieved from https://www.elgaronline.com/edcollchap-oa/book/9781800885325/book-part-9781800885325-15.xmlLinks to an external site.

The relationship between public administration and politics. (2022). EKU Online. https://ekuonline.eku.edu/blog/public-administration/the-relationship-between-public-administration-and-politics/Links to an external site.
Wright, D. S. (2006). Intergovernmental relations. Center for the Study of Federalism. https://encyclopedia.federalism.org/index.php/Intergovernmental_RelationsLinks to an external site.

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