Congress as an Adaptive Institution
This chapter discusses the possible approaches, lenses, and data gathering methods that could be used in a study of the American Congress. By looking at Congress as a culture, the author is able to develop a picture of it as an adaptive institution, embedded in a social context, with a distinct organizational culture. It also provides an outline of the six preceding chapters and their corresponding topics for discussion.
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