The Impact of Personal Access and Nepotism on Political Development in the West bank

Year: 
2015
Discussion Committee: 
Prof. Abdul Sattar Qasim
Dr. Adel Samarah/external examiner
Dr. Ra'ed N'erat/internal examiner
Supervisors: 
Prof. Abdul Sattar Qasim
Authors: 
Maher Musa Ayesh Abu Dayah
Abstract: 
This study addressed the reflection mediation and nepotism in public office in Palestine on the political development and the impact that shot down by size, and study the types of corruption prevalent in functional device Palestinian National Authority showed, and that was the most prevalent "and the most dangerous in terms of impact is mediation and nepotism Being linked to the culture of a community rooted and pervasive in all segments of society, and to have an impact and implications for public office, which And institutional building of state in more than one direction, and the weakening of belonging and loyalty and political participation of citizens and thus threatens the legitimacy of the political system of the state. Launched the study hypothesis "that mediation and nepotism in public office contributes to the political backwardness and an obstacle" in the face of political development ", along with other hypotheses were addressed and answered questions posed by the study by adopting a descriptive analytical method and interviews. The study consists of five chapters; the first chapter deals with the most important concepts and terminology contained in the study, in addition to the forms and manifestations and causes of corruption, and the civil service system, and ends with the legal framework of the civil service in Palestine. And touched second chapter to the manifestations of mediation and nepotism in the public service and the legal framework to address them, and as the third chapter dealt with the repercussions of mediation and nepotism on the public service and the most important challenges to face. And Chapter IV discussed the impact of mediation and nepotism in public office on the political development in Palestine, noting that "indicators of loyalty and belonging and the impact on political participation and legitimacy of the political system and the impact on the repair. And the study concludes with chapter V, which raises a number of recommendations and conclusions of the study, including: 1. The mediation and favoritism inherent in the phenomenon of Palestinian society, but emerged on the surface clearly with the presence of power and formation of its institutions and the emergence of theneed for jobs and positons. 2. lack of cooperation with regulators and with the body of corruption, failure of many of the issues that was accused by senior officials, often "what happened interference from national leaders for the benefit of a person or a corrupt official
Pages Count: 
128
Status: 
Published